Don’t get angry, and please don’t roll your eyes. I’m trying to help a sister out here, believe me.
I want you to check this big thing off of your list way before your kids even hit the ‘hood Trick-or-Treating.
You’ll be the talk of the bus stop. You’ll be the envy of your bookclub. Your mom will be oh-so-proud.
After today, you can walk around the town proud, knowing that you, my dear, have ordered your holiday cards before anyone else in the universe. (Or something like that.)
This fab find was way too good not to share.
Do you already know what photo is going into this year’s holiday card?
Honestly, here’s my take: just pick one. Pick one. Pick a photo.
It does not need to be a perfect picture.
I repeat: your holiday card photo need not be perfect.
Just pick one.
Grab a photo from the summer. A photo from last year’s trip to the zoo. A collage of the kids at sporting events.
Honestly, in my book, the more real and authentic, the better.
This year, use Mixbook to move through this yearly headache with ease. (Because c’mon, for many of us, that’s that it is!)
On Mixbook, choose from thousands of professionally designed card themes then personalize it to your heart’s content. They have colorful, rustic, modern, traditional holiday themes, or year in review themes. Use the Quick Card Editor and order your address labels the site to save you even more time.
Prices start at just $0.69. And really, that’s insanely affordable for holiday cards.
I have two deals for you:
1. This week’s deal (for everyone in the world): 40% off everything and an extra 25% off sale prices with the code OCT16. THIS EXPIRES ON 10/10/16.
Click here: Weekly Deal-Up to 40% off everything + an extra 25% off sale prices with code: OCT16
2. An affiliate-only deal (only because YOU read teachmama.com): Card and Calendar Buy One, Get One FREE deal. THIS EXPIRES ON 10/15/16.
Click here: Affiliate Exclusive-Card & Calendar BOGO
YAY! You’re welcome.
Let me know which deal you choose!
Need some holiday card inspiration?
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