You may know what a fan I am of Shutterfly, especially their photobooks. I have ordered one for my parents for each of our family vacations since our 2006 cruise. They love them and they're a great personal Christmas gift. One thing I've never ordered from Shutterfly is Christmas cards - not because I don't like them, but being single I typically don't order a photo Christmas card to send out. I just don't like photos of myself that much. :) BUT... this year I have a new furry baby who happens to be very photogenic and looks fabulous in front of my Christmas tree. And since Shutterfly is offering 50 free Christmas cards to bloggers, I just may have to take them up on it. Interested yourself? Click here for information.
- Retro Christmas - I love the black&white photo with red writing scrolled across it. Very classic, very much like something I'd like to do in my scrapbooks. And the photo on the sample is precious!
- Stylish Snowflakes Black - This one's bright and fun, quite contemporary, and I love the non-Christmasy colored snowflakes on the black background.
- Santa's Belt - Adorable design! So cute, and I like how you can feature up to 4 photos.
- Give Joy - Another that features a photo with text overlay, but the text is so contemporary and I love that it features the words "joy" and "peace." That's what Christmas is all about.
- Family Wall Red - This isn't one I'd choose for myself at this point in my life, but I really like the option of a collage of family photos with the last name initial prominently featured in the middle. A very classy design.
- In Color - A fun, untraditional square shape and again, nonChristmasy colors for the text.
- Retro Kaleidoscope - The text setting is a creative use of multiple fonts, and I like how the red and lime green are a modern twist on the traditional Christmas colors.
- Let Peace Flourish - a square, front-only version of the Retro Christmas card above.
- Mod Ornaments - Creative display of your personal message overlaying the photo.
- Joyous and Blessed - Another one where the sample photo initially caught my eye, but the message of this one is my absolute favorite.