Christmas Greeting Cards with Shutterfly

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Sending (and receiving) Christmas greeting cards is one of my favorite Christmas traditions. It’s so fun to go to the mailbox and find Christmas cards from family and friends. 

I love getting pictures of our family and friends, but the hardest part about adding a photo to your card is getting the photo – right? This year I actually got our whole family together early this fall and had our photos taken in our backyard. 

After I picked a family photo, I had to choose a card template. I love a card that says Merry Christmas, but Christmas Blessings reminded me of my Mom because she always said to look for blessings and my family is certainly one of my greatest blessings. 

There are plenty of cards to choose from at Shutterfly, so log into Shutterfly, pour a cup of coffee, turn on some Christmas music and spend some time looking at all the pretty greeting cards. 

Shutterfly’s website makes personalizing holiday cards so easy. I was able to choose my own greeting and font for a truly unique card. 

With Shutterfly, you can choose from so many different envelope styles and designs. I picked this simple but beautiful Merry Christmas envelope. 

You can also choose from a giant list of designs for the back of the card. I went with a gold Christmas tree pattern, but the options are truly endless, with the ability to add photos, text, and different backgrounds of any color you could think of! 

The holidays are already busy enough, so I love that you can add your return address to each envelope to save yourself a tedious and time-consuming step in the process!

Shutterfly can even do the hard work of addressing your cards for you! All you have to do is upload your address book.

I love seeing everyone’s Christmas cards to see how their families have changed over the last 12 months! Do you display the Christmas cards you receive? I think they look wonderful clipped to a garland, in a basket on the coffee table, or even displayed on the fridge!

Shutterfly makes creating and sending out holiday cards easy! Be sure to use my code SHOPSTYLECYNDI for an additional 5% off sitewide promos!

Do you send out Christmas greeting cards?

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Beauty For the Heart™–“Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” Psalm 46:10

Truth: This time of year can be hectic! There are cards to be sent, Christmas decorations to put up, gifts to buy, presents to wrap, and the list goes on. I don’t want to forget the reason I’m celebrating this season, and more than anything, I want to savor the gift of Jesus. Be still and know…..

Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!

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  1. I love displaying Christmas cards too! Another great idea is to run a couple of wide Christmas patterned ribbons down your kitchen cabinets (or in my case the louvred doors between my kitchen and dining room), then pin them to the ribbon! I love being surrounded by pics of family and friends while I’m cooking!

  2. I love the idea praying over cards. We are going to do this. Btw I never throw out any picture cards. We have 40 Christmas in a box. Some people (and animals) still in our lives,some not. Nice to reminisce over good memories of special people.

  3. Your dress post and this card post — gorgeous you and gorgeous family! You can see God shine thru!😊. Thank you for all you do! God bless you all !

  4. Your cards are beautiful! I, too, am a huge fan of Shutterfly! have never been disappointed in all these years! Love your emails! Have a wonderful holiday season.

  5. Yes….. Be Still and Know. I too want to focus on Jesus. The hustle and bustle can get in the way if we aren’t intentional. This year I don’t host Thanksgiving or Christmas which is very rare, but just the way it ended up with adult kids and their families living a way and shift work for my son. Not hosting has freed up my mind from menu planning, ahead groceries etc etc so I’ve focused on everything else early and now I can enjoy the season and focus on Jesus. My decorations are up and my gifts all wrapped. It feels good. 🙂

  6. I love your past tradition of prayers for the family of the cards you received! That is a wonderful idea!!
    Happy Holidays!

  7. I have a styrofoam board, covered in a Christmas/holiday pattern, and I hang this. Then I use push pins to attach each card we receive. It is nice to see the cards, and it adds even more holiday cheer to the house.

  8. Hello Love the bracelet stack you have on in this post. can you share the links to each of the bracelets? thank you