How is the weather in your neck of the woods? Super windy here. Which – since my neck of the woods has lots of big tress – means power outages. It was on and off most of the day, making many things a bit frustrating. But, I guess being forced to slow down is a good thing, huh?
I have received a lot of questions about my holiday cards. Yep, I have done them and most are in the mail and on their way. I send quite a few (150+). Why? I think receiving cards is a great feeling, so sending them is even better. I will share my holiday card a bit later (want friends and family to get them first), but in the meantime, here is a peek at the pile before heading to the post office. (Bad photo – taken with my iPhone.)
But more on mine later…
Here is a photo card I created for Ken's sweet cousin in Austin. She had a ton of amazing photos from Dunlap Portrait, so creating the card was fast and easy. All she has to do is get this printed at 5×7 and mat them with cardstock with a finished look. I also think a touch of glitter pen on the flourishes would be nice, too.
Simple, simple, simple. Oh, and for a fun added touch? I always like to get photo stamps printed at stamps.com.
Have a great night. Stay warm.