Christmas card prep.
My sister just bulldozed my day today by even mentioning working on Christmas cards and I decided to get in the hunt too.
Last year, I ordered my cards from (shhh) Walgreens. Don't hate on it.
They have an agreement with Snapfish and their print quality is pretty decent. Not great. But you have your prints in an hour AND you can get a ton of coupons online to make it really cheap.
So this year, I checked out Walgreens.com and I hated the cards. Like hated them.
Then I went to Snapfish.com.
I made it ALL the way to check out.
Then I decided to check over at Shutterfly.com and see what they had.
The selection was way better. But WAY more expensive.
But instead of just printing on photo paper, I would be printing on stationary cards which is definitely a nice upgrade.
Plus, they are tied in with Boxtops for Education. So money I spend there, goes to my son's school. (for the record-I checked back in and Snapfish has a deal with boxtopsforeducation.com as well and they give MORE money per $10 spent. So now I feel like a jerk. But here we are.)
ALSO, I used these codes:
SHIP30 (free shipping on items over $30)
FATWALLET5 (25% off entire order)
the 25% off expires on Nov. 17, so if you are going to order, you should do it ASAP.
All that involved, saved about $45 but still spent more money than at Snapfish. But I am SURE that I am going to be way happier with my cards because seriously take a look at this:
Thanks Shutterfly.com and Sharon Clark at Smitten Photography for making my family look like we belong in a magazine!
For other fun ideas, go check out these links at Shutterfly:
photo Christmas cards to http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery
· holiday cards to http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery/holiday-cards
calendars to http://www.shutterfly.com/calendars