What customers have to say about our Holiday Cards
January 2, 2013
2012 Holiday Cards
"Our family and friends loved our 2012 holiday cards! Normally we go to JCPenny to have our holiday pictures taken, but due to a timing and procrastination issue, we would not have recieved the cards back in time to mail them out before Christmas, so we pulled out the camera and the tripod and starting snapping pictures of the family. We uploaded the pictrues on Tuesday, ordered the cards on Wednesday and had cards in our hands by Friday. Now that we know how professional the cards came out, we will be ordering future holiday and special occasion cards from Shutterfly more often."
October 17, 2012
"I create art so instead of a photo of me, I send out a photo of an art piece on my Christmas Cards. This year I have used 3 different companies to create cards....shutterfly, my publisher, and thru my Mac photo program. Shutterfly was the best because of clarity and quality of digital photo, you can create on the front AND the back of the card, the fonts for changing type are expansive and the heavy weight card stock is a premium.
I also photographed and digitally enhanced photo's of my friends houses and created note cards with their homes on the front. Then will give them as Christmas gifts. Again the quality was superior and I am really pleased with the heavy weight card stock and lovely envelopes. I was also able to create return address labels with my design."
December 31, 2016
"These cards were beautiful and I received them very quickly. Thank you."
November 20, 2012
"Our Christmas cards look wonderful-just as I designed them!
Thanks for the good job of printing them and the speedy service. These cards will be sent with pride! I use Shutterfly for so many of my gifts and cards."
October 26, 2012
Merry Christmas 2012
"I love, love, love the way our Christmas card turned out. The quality of your paper is very nice and your turn over time is very fast.
I can't wait to send my cards out this year. I would highly recommend Shutterfly for Christmas Cards."
Gold Foil Holiday Cards
Seasonal and Christmas cards have changed a great deal since the first ones were distributed in England in 1843. Modern cards bear jokes and rhymes and even silly cartoons. However, cards featuring simple, timeless images such as happy children around a decorated tree, wintry nature scenes, carolers and the Nativity are still the most popular. Along with those beloved, time-honored images go traditional details such as foil stamping Holiday cards. Gold foil holiday cards lend classic style to your seasonal greetings.
Savor Timeless Celebrations This Holiday Season
The holidays are a great time to catch up with far-off family and friends and to celebrate with those near to you. Traditions lend an enduring quality to this festive season that can be deeply comforting in today’s fast-paced world. If you had favorite traditions as a child, revive them and share the joy with those around you. Perhaps you might even find room for some new ones.
This season is celebrated in many ways by different cultures. The winter solstice, which occurs a few days before Christmas, is celebrated because it signals the return of the light. Especially in Nordic countries, a feast is laid out, and there is music and dancing. Burning a Yule log is an old holiday tradition with origins in Europe. The Yule log is lit on Christmas Eve and burns for one or more nights. People gather round the hearth and share drinks such as wassail, play cards and tell stories.
Unchanging rituals like these define the holidays. These enduring ways to celebrate give people something familiar to hold on to amidst the changes of daily life. Perhaps that’s why so many still enjoy sending and receiving traditional seasonal sayings and messages such as gold foil holiday cards. They’re recognizable without being boring.
Tasteful Finishing Touches
Personalized gifts are a great way to show people that you care about them, a sentiment that is always in style. Gifts, stylish foil holiday cards, beloved traditions, good cheer amidst good company—what’s not to celebrate?