Valentine’s Day is coming up and my kids have been wanting more personalized cards to give in class. My kids have always bought the character cards and then put their own touches to them. One year they added pictures, another year they made a picture on each card. They like that better than just a simple signing of the name.
This year we have decided to try out making our own personalized Valentine’s Day cards through Shutterfly. They want to personalize the cards with pictures and their own sayings, which is perfect since Shutterfly has so much going on.
- More Designs! Over 50 new styles.
- Fresh Color Stories and Artistic Typography
- Sentiments that feel special and capture the spirit of the season!
- Card sizes: 6×8, 5×7, 4×8, 5×5, 4×5
If your not interested in getting Valentine’s Day cards, Shutterfly has tons of other photo gifts. Two of my favorite photo gifts are:
Photo Mugs: Showcase your photos on your coffee mug at the office or at home.
Desktop Plaques: show your kids and family members off to your co-workers, with a desktop plaque.
I love both of these because they are perfect for my home office. I have my desk plaque with a picture of Hubby and I and my coffee mug with pictures of my kids to get me through the day.
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one winner will receive:
50 4×5 stationary cards and a 5.5×5.5 desktop plaque!
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