Shutterfly Holiday Cards ~ Holiday Gift Guide

I can’t get enough Shutterfly. It has really become an addiction. From photobooks to cards, my house is overflowing with Shutterfly products. And, for the second year in a row, I am in the process of selecting my Christmas cards from Shutterfly’s extensive line of beautiful cards. (There are 930 Christmas cards to choose from!)

Why I love it – Luckily for my sanity, Shutterfly makes it easy to narrow down card selections so you don’t have to choose from 930 cards without assistance. For example, I prefer the 5×7 or 5×5 card size, so by selecting those card sizes I am able to refine my choices (thus eliminating the 4×8 options). From there I am able to eliminate an additional 81 cards by selecting my preference of premium paper. My next refining selection really starts to narrow my selections, I prefer flat to folded cards. (I don’t need the temptation to write lengthy notes to everyone on my list, sorry I have a baby.) Currently, that leaves me with 595 cards to choose from. Once I select the picture(s) I plan to use for our Christmas card I will be able to narrow my selection one last time, and from there I will choose a card. But my final selection will remain a secret until delivery. (Note, you can also refine your selections by price to stay in budget.)

Buy it – Shutterfly holiday cards are available at ranging in price from as low as $0.40 each. Get 20% off greeting cards with the coupon code CARD20 and enjoy free shipping for orders over $30 with SHIP30. Also, you can snag a  free card with the code CARD4U and 5 free cards with karma5.

Great Gift ForEveryone on your list!

I am excited that Shutterfly is participating in The Suburban Mom’s Holiday Gift Guide.

Enter to win The Suburban Mom’s Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway here!!!

Shutterfly Holiday CardsDisclosure – Product was provided to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

4 thoughts on “Shutterfly Holiday Cards ~ Holiday Gift Guide”

  1. Shutterfly is my choice of vendors for Christmas cards this year. I, too, particularly like their feature of not having to wade through thousands of cards to choose the one you want.


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