Do sending out Christmas cards excite you or stress you out? Ours is a little of both every year. We look forward to doing something creative and fun. Yet the expense and time involved can sometimes be a bit overwhelming.
Here’s a look at a few of our favorites.
|2005 – I was 9 months pregnant here. Don’t I look fantastic?!|
| FRONT BACK
2007 – the year the iphone was released
|2008 – Election Year|
|Christmas Card Option 1|
|Christmas Card Option 2|
|via paper patch ink|
|The return address gets folded onto the back.|
|The return address would appear below our names.|
So after you print your set of 6, you have to cut each one out. I admit this part was a bit time consuming. But because I love to have my cards feel like a personal gift to each person, I figured it was worth the effort!
We wish a very Merry Christmas to all of you. May your find some peace and joy amidst the chaos that this season often brings.
|The final product….the 2011 Gilday Christmas card.|