Yesterday I came home from running errands and saw an orange box peeking out of my mailbox and became so excited. Lila’s second year photobook from Shutterfly had arrived and it was even better than I had expected! I have no scrapbooking skills, so I have long relied on Shutterfly to help organize and display photos from trips, our wedding and now our babies.
Photobooks are only one of the many things I’ve used Shutterfly for through the years. We’ve been sending photo cards at the holidays long before we even had children (yes, we were the people sending out a card with our dog’s photo on it). We’ve used it for birth announcements, calendars we use as annual Christmas gifts for the grandparents, and I have my own personal collection of photo coffee mugs.
For us, Shutterfly has been a great way to keep in touch with everyone in the Other Washington. Our share site makes it easy to post photos each week (especially with the new iPhone app that makes it super easy to upload directly from my phone, my primary camera at the moment). In addition to birth announcements and Christmas cards, I like to send out some random holiday cards to loved ones. It’s easy, fun and who doesn’t like receiving mail (especially with these smiling faces on it!) I expect that all the recipients will love this card as much as they loved our other cards.
As you can see, I went with this adorable bunny ears card design because I thought it featured our two little ones best, but as you can see, Shutterfly offers a ton of options for Easter cards.
I’m thankful for having Shutterfly to make it easy to share our photos with our friends and family, no matter what Washington they live in.
Note: Shutterfly approached me and asked if I would create a holiday card to share on the blog, but I was not compensated in any way for this post and the opinions are all my own (I really do love Shutterfly and my creations from there!)