Every year I tell myself that I will have the pictures done and the cards out early. Every year I wait until the last minute and end up paying extra to get them to me so I can mail them out in time for the 25th. But, every year, I don't really stress about it. It seems more and more people are opting out of cards (evidenced by the decreasing number we receive each year) or sending them late like me. I attempted to print at Walmart, CVS or Walgreens this year to save postage and take advantage of 1 hour processing, but wouldn't you know it none of the designs worked right with my pictures (mostly orientation issues) so I went with Shutterfly because I usually have good luck with their quality and shipping speed.
So, for those of you not on my mailing list (which I have paired down this year as well). Please enjoy our Christmas card and have yourself a merry little Christmas.
PS - I am working hard on my December Daily and hope to take a break from baking, cleaning & wrapping some time this week to post my first few pages.
PPS - Shutterfly is not endorsing this post nor have they asked for my opinion. I did receive a $10 credit from the site for opting to embed my purchased card onto my blog, I am pretty sure anyone can receive this by doing so as I had the option after my purchase.