Soon the Christmas cards will start arriving in the mail and filling up your
refrigerator door. If you haven’t already ordered your cards, it’s not too late!
Studio 5 Trend Tracker Mindy Dunyon shares her favorite online sites for
creating photo Christmas cards.
· Pinhole Press offers more than 50 different holiday card styles. From
the simply stated peach card, featuring one beautiful photo to the Joy
Accordian Card showcasing eight photos, shoppers can send smiles and
cheer to their loved ones in a fun and meaningful way with Pinhole Press
· Card prices range from $1.79-$2.89 per card.
– Shutterfly has a huge selection of Christmas photo cards to fit every
– They offer great customer service and an easy to use website.
– I love their unique designs, font and untraditional color schemes.
– Each card comes on deluxe paper, inside a cute lined envelope.
– Tiny prints has adorable designs, but they also have a fun DIY card
section. You pick your basic layout, but then you can resize and move the
– Check out the Winter Wonderland Photo Overlays. Perfect for anyone
with a knowledge of photoshop who wants to turn photos into Christmas
– The set includes 22 holiday overlays that mix and match flawlessly to
make your holiday portrait offerings even more relevant.
– If you don’t want to do this yourself, some local photographers can help
you out. Check out Jena Hendry’s blog or email her for more details.
– Etsy hosts hundreds of Christmas card designs from so many designers.
Most Etsy shops sale you a digital file, for about $15. You then print the
– I found a darling, really unique card from www.limeandruby.etsy.com.
You simply email your two truths and a lie, along with a photo, to get this
personalized Christmas card.
– The awesome animated effect allows you to view 2 pictures as you move
the card, flipping between 2 photos.
– No 3D glasses required.