M, 2 years old
E, 2 months old
Since having children we have included a photo as part of our Christmas cards. The year M was born we created a beautiful photo card...and M looked like a 2 month old punk rocker with her (naturally) spiky hair. The following year we included a snapshot of M in front of the Christmas tree. The next year we not only moved into a new home, but we added our son to our family. I learned to play with (free) Picasa's digital editing program and created a collage that I still love to this day (pictured at the left). By using Shutterfly's incredible deal of 50 free 4x6 prints just for signing up, that year's Christmas card photos were incredibly cheap. Since then I have used Shutterfly many times for prints because it fits my budget. You can have prints shipped to you or picked up at Target, CVS, or Walgreens in an hour, and they guarantee your satisfaction! If you have any questions about creating a collage, please ask! It's such fun to create your own collage from scratch, but only pay for a regular 4x6 print!
This year, I'm looking at Christmas cards again, even though it's only November. Shutterfly has holiday and Christmas photo cards, and even note cards, like my favorite-Lovely Branches Green.
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