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?
This 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.
- DIY Holiday Card Photo Album: Make a keepsake with holiday cards at the end of the season.
- Crafts to Make with Recycled Holiday Cards: Even more ways to use holiday cards when the season is coming to a close.
- Bright Horizons on Pinterest: Holidays Board