When the holidays start rolling around, I start thinking of Christmas cards. No, really, I do! I had already decided that Randi @With my family’s holiday tradition being a trip to Mexico, the beach-themed Christmas cards work for us. I really wish I had more holiday pictures of DH and I in Mazatlan so that we could put together a multi-photo card like this one. Hell, I wish DH was heading down there with me this year so we could make more memories and take more pictures together. Maybe in the next couple years we can rock a palm tree Christmas card.
Top Ten Moments Christmas Card
For a more secular take on a holiday card (DH is an atheist), I love this woodsy card. I love the little birdie and the evergreen branches. The aunt with whom I lived while DH was still back in NC loved evergreen and pinecone prints for her mountain home. They just fit out here, and I have that fond association with my dear, departed great aunt.
Are the wheels in your mind spinning yet? Shutterfly has tons of great ideas to inspire your 2010 holiday card. I love their designs and think the only way they could get better would be to include some patriotic and military-inspired designs. I know most of you readers would agree with me there. Hopefully Shutterfly jumps on board that train, because I know we’d all be beating down their door if they did so!
What about you? Have you thought about your holiday card yet? Purchased it or taken photos yet? Time is slipping out from our fingers!
I’m a 31 year old Navy sister, Army wife - Air Force wife to a prior service Marine/Soldier, and an Air Force Reservist. I am a happy wife and mother. My husband switched branches and joined me in the Air Force Reserve. We look forward to a future of dual military service!