The first Christmas that Andrew and I were married, I set some really high expectations for myself. I handmade all of our Christmas cards. We're talking like, 200 cards. It was fun, they were really pretty... and I had no idea that it would probably never happen again.
Since that time, I have come to the realization that it is insane trying to get everything done during the busy holiday season! Christmas cards are a tradition that I really don't want to give up, but I have to face the facts that I simply cannot spend weeks on end creating cards by hand. I'm pretty sure Lincoln would rip/eat them all if I even tried.
So what is my solution, you ask? This year, I am ordering my Christmas Cards online from Tiny Prints! Their collection of cards this year features over 800 designs, so there is definitely something to suit every family's needs!
I have so many favorites, I'm having a hard time choosing. I won't actually be ordering my cards until sometime in early December, since we will have a new family member arriving sometime in the next few weeks! That gives me a little time to decide, but I need help! I know our color scheme in our Christmas photo will be black/green/white, which definitely influenced my choices. Which of these cards do you like best?
So what do you think? Do I have a winner? I love all of them! Make sure you check out Tiny Prints' Special Offers to snag a great deal on your own holiday cards. You can also follow them via social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Google+!
One Director Jewels reader will win a credit for $50 off your total Tiny Prints order! This prize does not include shipping, cannot be combined with any other promos, and expires 12-14-2012. This giveaway will end on November 16 at 11:01pm CST. This giveaway is open to US readers only.
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