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New Holiday Photo Card Designs

The holiday season is upon us and it's time to start thinking about those holiday photo cards! Before I delve into all of the new designs I have for this season, I thought I would give you a few tips on prepping for sending your holiday cards.

  1. Take inventory of who you will be sending cards to this holiday season. Utilize a tool like the Holiday Card Tracker in the printable library to keep track of those names and addresses.
  2. Once you know how many people you will be mailing to, go ahead and order your stamps from USPS. Not only will it help with social distancing but you'll get the best variety to choose from. 
  3. Take inventory of your return address stamp. Do you need a new ink pad? Have you moved and need to update your stamp? Order your new stamp now to avoid delays when it comes time to send your cards. 
  4. Start looking through your photos from this year. Do you have a good option to share with friends and family this holiday season? If not, schedule a family photo session as soon as possible. Fall is a very busy time of year for family photographers. Or take your own with a tripod.

Preppy for the Holidays Holiday Card Edition

Now on to this year's new designs! My holiday style is simple, modern and a little bit whimsical. This year's designs touch on all three of those themes. My holiday photo card designs are housed in my Zazzle shop. This makes it really easy to upload your photo, edit the text and preview your card prior to purchasing. You can view all of the new designs plus the existing designs here. Each image on this page links directly to the product page on Zazzle. When you find your favorite, simply click on the image and be taken to the exact page you need to be. I've also got a few tips for editing in the Zazzle platform. If you get stuck, feel free to reach out and I'd be happy to help!

Pink Poinsettia Holiday Photo Card / Meredith Collie Paper