I have a terrible relationship with cards; Christmas or other wise. I’m trying to change that but it is a very old relationship and those are the hardest to end. You see, I know that someone’s birthday is coming up or that December is looming near so I add cards to my shopping list. If I’m lucky I find the perfect card on the first try if not it probably won’t get bought at all. I will totally forget to add it to the next week shopping list or I will forget to look for it when I’m at my computer. Lets say that the stars align and mars is in the whatever house, I will actually get a card home; my desk pile will be its final resting place. I almost never remember to send the cards out. When we were packing to move I found at least 7 unused cards; which is sad because I am a pretty good card picker. Now that I live within 35 miles of 95% of my family I have managed to give out a few birthday cards but usually very late.
Anyway this year is no different. Here it is December 7th and I haven’t ordered our Christmas cards, heck I haven’t taken our picture yet. To save myself a few bucks I decided to join the bloggers reviewing Snapfish, in return I get 50 free cards. Here are a few cards that I will consider once I get that perfect picture taken.
I love all the designs that you can choose from, and such a great price range.
Snapfish also offers all types of other photo products. I wish I hadn’t ran out of time to get invitations to Lily’s upcoming birthday party, I totally would have ordered these for her Snowman party.
They offer photo wall calendars. I have always wanted to make one of these up. I can just imagine how cute a Lily calendar would be.
They also offer great photo books. My cousin’s wife made one for my aunt and the book is just beautiful.
If you are a blogger you could get 50 free Christmas cards if you write a blog post about it. Way easy. But hurry because like everything else in my life I’m almost too late for this too, the deadline to register is December 10th. Hurry.
I’ve had a similar relationship with birthday/graduation/get well cards. I buy them but never mail them. It’s an ongoing joke with my mom about the # of mothers day cards I’ve bought for her but never mailed. But Christmas cards I always manage to get out.
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