I finished my Christmas cards yesterday. While I should have spent my day off finishing my continuing education so I'll have a pharmacist license next year, I spent the day embossing cardstock and sewing ribbon around cards. I seriously thought about not making my cards this year. There's just so much to do and so little time. I was going to buy some of those photo cards to send, but they're kind of expensive. I can make cards for a fraction of the cost--it just ends up taking so much time! I try to make a photo card every year using a picture of my son, but I could not get it to work this year. I'll just tuck his picture inside the card. I did coordiante the colors of my card to the colors in the picture, though. So here's what I finally came up with:
Caardvarks digital challenge. My husband bought me a very nice Canon Pixma 9000 printer for Christmas last year, and I LOVE it! I'm able to print anything I want on my cards now. The inside sentiment has a little Christmas greeting and our names--so they're completely impersonal (but finished). I didn't even address the envelopes by hand but used printed labels instead. Thanks for looking!