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Rustic Holiday Cards

What customers have to say about our Holiday Cards

May 20, 2018

i love these cards! so do all my friends!

"I love all shutterfly cards.....I have done them for every possible occasion.....definitely recommend them...."

May 15, 2018

Yes

"I was impressed by the quality (stock) of the card. I used this as the thank you for my twin daughters' communion thank you. I have received many compliments on the card. I would definitely use again."

May 14, 2018

Great Card

"I've made cards through Shutterfly for years. This is the first time I've made Christmas cards on photo paper. I love them! The photos are so sharp, the designs are so colorful. And they're lightweight, so I know one stamp will be enough. I will be making a lot more!"

May 14, 2018

The Glisten Works

"The combination of my specific photo, the card's design and its theme makes for a special Christmas Card. I did however, buy this along with a 10 card promotion; otherwise, I could not have afforded it. Everything has become so much more expensive."

May 13, 2018

Fabulous Holidy cards

"I love ordering holiday cards from Shutterfly. It is so easy to use their templates and the cards look very professional. And most important they are a great value. I especially like the folded cards."

Christmas at the Cottage

Twinkling lights, boughs of garland and singing Santa Clauses are not everyone’s idea of an ideal holiday season. For some, a quainter approach to holiday décor captures better the warmth and togetherness of the Yuletide season. From rustic holiday cards to ribbon-laced pine cones, here are some ideas to inspire the pastoral side of your holiday decorating scheme.

Less Is More

The key to a rustic holiday theme is downplaying your décor. Instead of relying on bright lights and sparkling tinsel, use muted, earthy tones to make subtle features pop. Wooden objects, such as decorative pine cones and woven branch wreaths, add a tasteful, yet textural design palette, especially when contrasted with deep reds, silvers and golds.

To add a twinkle to your décor, use candles instead of Christmas lights to create a soft shimmer, like stars glistening in the country sky. Natural firelight adds a quiet ambience to any room, opening a warm, inviting space for the entire family.

Decorating for the Senses

Though much of your holiday décor is based on how it looks, adding fragrance takes your theme to a whole other level. Scented candles, fresh pine and a wood-burning fire bring the true scent of the country into your living room. There is nothing like the scent of fresh cinnamon and the sound of a crackling fire to transport your home to a more idyllic place for the holidays.

Sharing the Holiday Spirit With Others

Finally, tie your entire décor theme together with rustic holiday cards that evoke the style and simplicity of country living. From party invitations to family portraits, share the values of togetherness and simplicity with your friends and family. 

Stay up to date with the latest design trends when creating your rustic holiday experience. New inspiration is found every day, and even the simplest objects, like a stick or a pine cone, can become a true piece of pastoral beauty in your home.