Tuesday, November 1, 2011

A Freebie for You!

My second ever giveaway, and just in time for the Holidays!  I love sharing freebies with my good friends.

Some of you may recall last year’s holiday card from the Family C.  Because of this wonderful blog, I was able to garner 50 free cards from Shutterfly.com and therefore greatly expand our card list.  We’ve been using Shutterfly for about 10 years now, and we’re dedicated customers.  They have NEVER let us down!  They are cheap, fast, and send the envelopes too.  And you know I am ALL ABOUT THE CHEAP! 

Every single year, their selection of cards expands.  We have a blast fitting different photos into all their combinations.  They really have something for everyone.  Traditional, classic, cutesy, artsy, you name it.  And they make about any card/announcement you can think of:   Christmas cards, holiday cards, birth announcements, photos books, etc.  We plan to use them for invitations this spring when the twins graduate.

And this year YOU can get in on the action!  I have promotion codes for the first three who jump at them.  They are good for 25 free cards at Shutterfly.com.  Just say the word!  The first three folks are the winners.  We'll figure out a way to get you the code without leaving your email in the comments.

NONE of these are our photos, just examples from the website:


Unknown said...

Congrats woman!! I'm hosting a Shutterfly House Party in 2 weeks, and all kinds of freebies too!! They are awesome, good luck to your followers!

Cheesecake Maven said...

Can I get them?

Anonymous said...

I stopped sending Christmas cards two years ago, and I don't think I'll ever go back.

Kireliols said...

I agree with Kirby- I thought about jumping on your offer because I am a bottom feeder and tend to love a freebie but then after a moment's consideration I decided against it because it would mean taking the photo...buying stamps...addressing envelopes, oh, finding the addresses first...and then I fell asleep because thinking about all that tired me out.

Sheleta said...

Look at you! Doing BIG things. So proud of you sister friend!