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Holiday Cards: Which Photo Card Company Do You Use?

Holiday Cards: Which Photo Card Company Do You Use?

Ok, so I admit it. I have not even picked out a photo to use on my holiday card, let alone a card design, or even a vendor itself. I will definitely use an online photo service, but I have become overwhelmed by my choices this year.

Holiday Photo Card: Vendor Options – Which Company Do You Use?

Last year I used either Snapfish or Shutterfly. I can’t remember which, let alone why I used the one I chose…

DIY Christmas Card DisplayThis year Kodak seems to have a good selection, but every one I like seems to be from a designer collection that goes for $2/card or more, and that’s definitely more than I want to spend. Tiny*Prints has some really cute ones, but they’re also a little pricier than I’d like, and My Publisher is good if you’re ordering large quantities, which I am not. They also have some other neat photo products that could make great gifts.

So after all my bargain hunting, I stumbled upon Ringo Baby holiday cards thanks to a write up on Cool Mom Picks. They’re the most expensive of the bunch (seem to start at $2.25/card if you order fewer than 100). But, for an extra $20 you can also order a holiday recipe card that is a typical greeting card on the front and your choice of four holiday recipes on the back. How cute is that? For a little less dough, they also have holiday photo bookmarks in the same designs as their cards, but I missed the deadline for ordering those in time for the holidays.

If I were a little more enterprising, had a little more free time, and a more reliable computer and printer at home I might make my own holiday recipe greeting cards, but as it stands, I might have let my husband to be the arbiter between frugality and folly.

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4 comments

  1. Susan December 10, 2008 at 5:41 am

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  2. Toni Tate December 10, 2008 at 6:16 am

    They have really cute invitations announcements cards for the holidays, but I found four websites that have lots of unique holiday invitations cards and custom party holiday invitations at:

    http://www.cardsshoppe.com/holiday-invitations/
    http://www.express-invitations.com/holiday-invitations/
    http://www.holiday-invitations.com
    http://www.invitations-shoppe.com

    I have ordered from all four for different holiday occasions and been very pleased. Take and look and see what you think.

  3. Tristen December 15, 2008 at 5:51 am

    Nice post!! I have an account on ShutterFly and love to upload photos on this…

  4. www.ringobaby.com December 16, 2008 at 1:04 pm

    Thanks for including Ringo Baby in your write up, New Mom! For all of your readers who are running late this year, all of our cards and bookmarks (including Recipe Cards) can be adapted for a “Happy New Year” greeting. And I would love to offer you all a 10% discount on your Holiday/New Year’s cards with code MTM10.

    Have a wonderful holiday season!
    Kristen Ringo
    Owner
    http://www.ringobaby.com

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