Our Christmas Cards arrived in the mail today! Having 75+ cards to personalize and address is a little bit daunting, but I’m excited that they turned out pretty cute. (We have a lot of ministry partners and we want to let them know we appreciate them at this time of year!) We went with Hallmark last year because we were in SA, and it worked out less expensive to order through them and have them post the cards for us.

Shutterfly won out this year because their prices are really good. {Up to 30% off on Christmas Cards on their site right now! And if you spend more than $25 (which we always do) shipping is free.} They look great, and I like them a lot. I will note, Hero Hubs wishes they didn’t say they were printed at Shutterfly on the back, but I don’t think it’s a big deal.

Since I can’t send each one of you, my delightful friends and readers, a card this year, I’ll share the preview of our Shutterfly one with you to wish you a (slightly early) Merry Christmas! (Maybe I’m the first?)

Along with the flat and folded Christmas cards at Shutterfly, they also have some pretty stylish stationary cards which will frame your favourite pictures in a chic way. Sassy!

In case you’re struggling to cross a few names off your list, you can also sassify some photo-filled calendars and books there too. My Mom and Dad love the grandkid photo calendars! They have some pretty photogenic grandkids. 😉

Anywho, what do you think of our card? Can you tell I’m pregnant in the top right picture? That’s kind of the point, so I hope you can! (Please comment and tell me!) But if you see any typos, don’t tell me because they’re already printed and here and waiting for me to write little notes on them, address them and send them out! Woot!

Are you sending out Christmas Cards? Have you ever made your own? Pam (who shared Uppercase Thanksgiving with us last Sunday) makes the most delightful Christmas cards ever. I forgot to add that to her intro. Handmade cards are by far my favourite, but how can you do that for more than 5 people? I’m gonna stop procrastinating now, but in case I forget later,

Merry Christmas!