Thursday, November 12, 2009

Christmas Card--I need help!

This was my 2008 Christmas Card. I am looking for something unique and I just loved this idea.
The second picture was framed for my Christmas card framing project I display every year.
If you have seen any cleaver ideas, please send them my way. I do have a nice photograph of my kids too that I can use, but the Tiny Prints card that I fell in love with in Sept. is no longer on their website.
Bummer for me.

7 comments:

Suburban Princess said...

Have you check etsy? There are lots of great sellers on there who will do anything you want!

preppyplayer said...

I'm kinda liking silhouettes. Is there a source for them that could continue with a Christmas theme?
I end up doing a Christmas card every few years and am determined to do something this year.
I think I may go onto shutterfly though. The economy and the ease of shutterfly ( me in my jammies at midnight working on a card is the usual scenrio) is what is determining my card choice this year.

Headbands and Hand Bags said...

I love love that card, it must be the silhouette of your family? I am stealing this idea for the future!

Michelle said...

head over to my blog on Friday. I'm featuring a great card designer AND she's throwing in free return label designs for my readers who order. :) Also, Vistaprint is giving a discount for printing!

Michelle
www.everydaycelebrating.com

Mags said...

I'm struggling with this year's Christmas card as well.

Good luck...I'm sure you'll find something that works great for you. I remember your card from last year.

SB said...

I love the cards you used last year- please share where they're from !

AEOT said...

I adore those cards!! Can you post where you got them?? Super presh!!!

I do love tiny prints- they have great stuff. Minted.com has a wonderful timeline card that I adore; however, because of the timeline and the customization, it's quite pricey. Check it out though, it's really neat. I used etsy last year to find mine and loved them. They have some great photo card options that you can then have printed at Vistaprint.com or your local printer. GL!