Christmas Cards Are Complete '08


There is something about creating our family Christmas cards that I love. One thing I love is reflecting upon our year as a family through our photographs. This has been a tradition of our throughout our marriage. And really for me growing up. So it is a time of Remembering.

Remembering the Tigers with baby teeth for front teeth. Remembering them before they sprouted three inches. Our family camping. Remembering our 10 Year Anniversary - Mountain Man and me in Charleston.

And just remembering a day in the life of our family. Since I enjoy it so, it doesn't make for a quick process of creating the Christmas card. In fact, it does make it more pleasurable.

Our card is just right this year. And part of that is the simplicity of my friends, Shutterfly. They have the most simple to use and creative website available for creating your own unique Christmas Card this year. And even better - click the banner below for the discount you have been waiting for already.

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This "Works For Me Wednesday" let it work for you too. Check out the WFMW for other awesome ideas.

Warmly,

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8 comments:

Sarah said...

We finished our Christmas cards and they are in the mail. I need to post the picture we used....it's fun!

Have a good day!

Melanie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog!
I read some of your posts...great idea to have a girlfriends' Christmas party, especially at Cheesecake Factory.
Have you tried the Cobb Salad? So good.
I'll be back here :).

Ronnica said...

I got my first Christmas card yesterday from a family I babysit, and in it there was an apology note from one of the kids who misbehaved when I was there. So cute!

Becky Fowler said...

I'm visiting from SITS. It's nice to see a fellow Carolina girl representing in the blogosphere! Your card is adorable!

sandy said...

I haven't done my cards yet. I always seem to be mailing them Christmas week. Ugh!

Ann said...

It is so much fun to make Christmas cards. It is also fun to receive them. This time of year going to the mailbox is fun vs. going and only seeing bills after bills.

I saw you went to the Cheesecake Factory...I love that place too.(Lots of fun things to comment on)

Feel free to stop by my blog...I am having a give-a-way. :D

Smelling Coffee said...

Hey friend~ Your family picture looks great! I'd love to see it a little more "up close"... maybe you'll do that closer to Christmas. :-)

I have mine here, but haven't addressed them yet. :-(

Love to you... Jen

Smelling Coffee said...

Oh my goodness... I'm such a goof ball! I re-looked at the picture in your post and realized that it's not your family! It's been a full 3 days and my brain is drained! Oh well... can't wait to see the real ones. :-)