CHRISTMAS : Shutterfly Christmas Card GIVEAWAY! ($50 value)

This post is sponsored by Shutterfly’s Christmas Card Campaign.

It’s that time of year! Thanksgiving is just barely past (I’m still filling up on leftovers) but lots of us are already fully immersed in Christmas preparation. I just spent some time next to our pretty white tree choosing photos for our cards this year. It’s always so fun to look back on the year, don’t you think? These laughter-filled outtakes from our shoot with Deb Schwedhelm back in April didn’t make it onto our cards, but they are just too fun not to share.

Photography of Mother and Child by Deb SchwedhelmPhotography of Mother and Child by Deb Schwedhelm

Will you be sending out cards this Christmas? Each year it seems like fewer and fewer families are carrying on this tradition — which makes me sad. I like when my mailbox is filled with red and green and holly and glittery snowscapes!

To encourage you to mail some Christmas cheer this year, Shutterfly is generously offering one Oaxacaborn reader an extra $50 off a Shutterfly order of $50 or more! (Excluding tax and shipping, and cannot be combined with any other promos. Expires 12/14/2012 – no extensions.)

Such a fun giveaway!

To enter, just comment on this post telling me what you love most about Christmas cards. You have until December 3 at midnight to enter.
UPDATE: The winner, randomly selected using random.org. is JULIE! Congratulations!

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18 thoughts on “CHRISTMAS : Shutterfly Christmas Card GIVEAWAY! ($50 value)

  1. these photos are amazing!!
    i actually enjoy sitting down, addressing the cards and writing a little personal note to our friends and family. these days it’s only a sentence or two, but something I enjoy ;)

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  2. I hang everyone’s cards on a mobile made of clips. By christmas all the cards spin like a starburst of thoughfulness- friends & family smiling at me. I keep the pictures in the mobile box, so I can watch kids grow, year to year, or be reminded of friends out of touch. It’s a favorite holiday tradition, hanging that mobile.

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  3. i love to receive Christmas cards from my family members (since we are all spread out around the globe) to see what everybody has been up to.
    one of my favorite things is pulling out old Christmas cards its fun to see how much everybody has grown and changed too over the years… :)

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