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Tick tick tick. It’s time to work on those Holiday cards!
If you’re looking for tips on photographing you dog for your holiday card, make sure you check out this post from SOTD Contributor, Jamie.
Or, if you’re looking to photograph your baby girl, you better get working on that DIY Tutu!
No matter how you’re getting them photographed, make sure to check up on the latest deals at Shutterfly or Tiny Prints, my preferred place to get my photocards printed! This is a sample of the cards I printed last year!
For those of you not planning to do a photocard but are looking for something unique, check out my full collection of illustrated card designs at my Cafepress Shop! I used to make one every year before we had Brielle and loved sending them to family and friends. Some of my favorites included my original and still popular “Ho Ho Hoot”, the punny “Holiday Snail Mail” and the fun to read “Classifieds”.
I added a new design to the shop this year, one that I call “Signs of Christmas.”
In honor of the holiday Christmas Card season, I’m giving away as set of some of my previous designs to one lucky US resident Spot of Tea Designs.com reader! Each are printed on glossy stock with an envelope to ship.
Enter via the Rafflecopter widget below (or mobile users can use this link) by November 16th.
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About 2-3 weeks before Christmas!
Angela McKean says
I try to mail my cards the first week of December.
Brittany Koelmel says
I usually do it the 1st or the 1st day in december that the post office is open:)
I like to mail right after Thanksgiving. Thanks!