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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Christmas Card time!

It is the time of year for holiday cards and pictures! In recent years, more and more people are choosing to incorporate their holiday pictures into their cards they send to friends and loved ones. I remember the joy and excitement as a little girl of getting ready for my Christmas portraits each year.

Here is The Southern Fried Bride in my Christmas 1978 portrait:

I've never outgrown the excitement of holiday picture time. Here I am with The Southern Fried Husband as we look forward to Our First Christmas as Mr. and Mrs.

One of my favorite photo greeting card companies is Tiny Prints. According to their website, the company was started by three friends with big dreams and a passion for beautiful paper and began with birth announcements, photo books and baby shower invitations. It has has grown from a tiny, self-funded company specializing in unique baby stationery into a booming online retailer of stylish designs for every occasion. One of those occasions is exemplified in their Holiday 2011 card line. When I first saw this collection, I was taken with countless designs.

This is one of my favorites. The "Wizard of Oz" fan in me was instantly drawn to the Joyful Heart design that uses such unique rainbow detail, plus it conveys the message of Joy, which I believe is what this season is all about!


This one is another favorite design, perfect for a newlywed couple!

I asbolutely love it that they offer a service where they will address, stamp and mail your cards for you! Today is the last day to receive their discount on your holiday card order with free standard shipping and 15% off an order of $49 or more and 20% off an order of $149 or more with code "decfs20". Ends tonight at 11:59 pm PST.

Here is how we are displaying our holiday cards that we are already receiving in our home.

Our holiday card holder proclaims "Joy, Peace and Love", which is what we wish to everyone this holiday season!

FTC Disclaimer: Tiny Prints is providing me with 50 holiday cards in exchange for writing this blog post about their 2011 holiday card collection. The opinions expressed in this blog post are my own. I was in no way financially compensated by Tiny Prints.

8 comments:

  1. I do love sending holiday cards, such a nice touch. And who doesn't like getting mail?!

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  2. I doing my cards today love this time of year. I have just found your lovely blog through another hop I'm now following you hope you visit me and follow back so nice to find new friends to catch up with. Have a great day.

    Always Wendy

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  3. These are all great services..thanks for sharing!

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  6. Love your post and your adorable Christmas portrait from when you were a girl. I had never heard of tiny prints but I'm going to check it out for our Christmas cards. I am a new follower. If you get a chance come check out my blog at
    www.wewillwalkforeverholdinghands.blogspot.com
    God bless you,
    Rachel

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  7. Yeah Tiny Prints is a very good company, I've heard of them before and have seen pics done by them and they do a very good job.

    Just stopping by to say hello and see what's been going on at your wonderful blog.

    Thanks and Happy Holidays!

    Sarah
    http://skylarinc.blogspot.com/

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