My first experience with Shutterfly's photo cards was with my daughter's birth announcements. Shutterfly had just come out with a line of designer announcements printed on nice thick paper, giving the look of boutique cards at a much friendlier price point. Perfect. They turned out so well we keep one framed on our family photo wall--not something I'd do with a typical photo card.
Since then, I've gone back to Shutterfly more than once for Christmas cards. Shutterfly asked me to take a look at their 2010 holiday photo cards collection and share my three favorites. And if you blog, be sure to read through to the end for an opportunity to get fifty holiday cards for free!
My pick of the flat stationery cards: All Wrapped Up
Simple. Different. Love it.
My favorite of the (budget-friendly) basic photo cards: Starlight Star Bright
I like the casual, laid-back vibe (and the orange!) that will stand out in the piles of red and green snowy-wonderland cards.
And the best of the bunch: Joy to 2010 folded greeting card
Here is why the folded cards are brilliant: Shutterfly lets you put color photos and text inside the card in a number of different layouts, so it becomes your card and holiday letter/update in one. Nice!
So, fellow bloggers, do you want 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly? Click here to go to Shutterfly for information on how you can get 50 free cards this holiday season, and make sure to select Clever 1000 as the referral source.
This post is part of a series sponsored by Shutterfly. I was selected for this sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do.