I’m a bit fan of Shutterfly. I’ve been using it for about 6 years now and it has never let me down.
When we took our trip to Israel and Jordan over 5 years ago, I took advantage of their inexpensive print packages to order the 200+ photos that I was eager to show off.
When we lived abroad I took full advantage of Shutterfly’s photo sharing website, particularly after each new European vacation, and again after we found out that we were pregnant and wanted to share ultrasound and belly pictures.
After Jayce was born I’ve used Shutterfly to make a “Grandparents Calendar” every year, so that Jayce’s grandparents have some sweet pictures of the little guy each month.
When Jayce reached about 6 months old I realized that I could never keep up with the scrap booking goals that I had set for myself, and turned to Shutterfly’s photo books to help record our memories. I even made one for him with photos of all of his different family members to help learn their names, faces and eventually the spelling of their names.
And now it’s that time of the year where I’ve been back and forth on their site for another reason, Christmas cards!!! They always have such fun and cute options and I usually have several different varieties saved before I finally decide on one and order it. This year is no exception. I just love the cute simplicity of this one.
Shutterfly has a great deal going on now for bloggers where you can get 50 Christmas cards for free! Interested? Check it out here. It didn’t take much convincing for me, and my family is already giving me a hard time about my indecisiveness. I guess it’s a good problem to have when there are lots of cute photos and lots of cute cards to choose from. Stay tuned for my final decision.