Archive for November 18th, 2010

Digital Photo Holiday Cards

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

christmas photo cardsThanksgiving is a week away from today!  I can’t believe how time has flown by this year!  I still haven’t even bought my turkey yet!  Thinking about Thanksgiving right around the corner makes me start to think about the holiday card I’ll send out to family and friends this year.  When I was a kid, we always sent a photo card to everyone, but a traditional one with a self-adhered photo.  I remember going to Wal-Mart or the local photo shop to have 100 photographs copied, meaning we spent a lot of money…not only on the holiday cards but also on the photographs!  Technology has made photo cards easy for us nowadays, and we no longer have to spend countless hours using double-sided tape and trying to get our photographs onto our holiday cards perfectly even.  Digital holiday photo cards allow you to upload your holiday photograph to our website and we do the rest for you!  Your card is then printed with your holiday greeting and the photograph printed directly onto the card stock.  Simply address your envelopes, add a stamp and mail upon receipt!  Talk about easy.

Some of our newest digital photo holiday card designs this year look like the one above, where your photograph is the main background of the entire card!  Your holiday greeting is printed over the photograph as an accent, rather than the main focus of the card.  If that’s not your style, we also have digital photo cards with more traditional styles featuring large holiday greetings, traditional holiday icons like reindeer, polar bears, Christmas trees and snowflakes.  Is one photo not enough?  We also have plenty of photo cards that allow for multiple photographs.  This is great when you have a large family or want to include one picture of the family and several photos of your kids.

Below are some of our newest digital holiday photo cards

digital holiday photo cards

Browse the entire collection of digital holiday photo cards at  And remember, if you’re still quite happy with printing your photos and spending two hours with a glue stick, we understand tradition!  Be sure to check out our full line of traditional holiday photo cards and stick away!