I wasn’t sure if I wanted to do the Christmas card thing this year or not, but then I looked over at my fridge, still covered by last year’s cards. Then I thought about how much prayer I’d offered up on behalf of those individuals because of the daily reminders of their presence in my life. So then I thought– it’s okay to want to be on the fridge of my friends, right?
Timely enough, my friend Caroline posted about how she had won an opportunity to get 50 free cards through Shutterfly, and I thought– I have loved what I’ve ordered from them in the past! This is a great idea!
They have so many adorable holiday cards to choose from. Will this be the one I send out?
No, we don’t have kids. ha!
That, you know, got me on a roll. I thought– I already have a lot of photos on Shutterfly. Should I make Larry’s mom a calendar? We were just there last week and she had this pitiful black and white print out of our picture from one of our old newsletters. She probably could use something better. I would love to use this photo:
Not really. She’d think that we’d joined a cult or something.
And then I also have some wedding shower invitations on my to do list (yay Heidi and Barb! So much to celebrate this January!), and I came across these:
That’s appropriate for a gal’s cocktail wedding shower, right? Well, at least the one I’m going to throw.
Anyway– give it a thought! I would love to have your photo on my fridge. If you’d like to receive one of our cards, shoot me an email with your address. And if you’re a blogger who’d like to win 50 of your own cards, check this out.