These last two photos are my favorite because they were the very last ones we took, and Everett was deeeesperate to be done. So we bribed him with the Pez that were waiting for him in the warm car, if he could just muster ONE MORE SMILE. And this is the result. The gerbil-iest of gerbil smiles. But we will take it! hahaAnd now, I hope you'll excuse me for just a sec while I brag, but DUDE THESE ARE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS. The day after Thanksgiving!! As in, before Valentine's Day. I'm blowing my own mind right now.It's so fun comparing this year's Christmas cards with that we used for last year's. This is Isla's first appearance on a Christmas card in an official capacity, and watching us go from one tiny Everett + a gigantic belly, to a grown up set of siblings in just a year is insane to me. Makes me wonder what next year's card will look like. (Spoiler: there won't be a belly. ha!)
This year, I designed our cards with, and have been SO completely happy with the results. The colors were printed with accuracy, the design options were beautiful with tons of room for customization, and I was so pleasantly surprised on the turn around time from design to delivery. We also chose to print ours on a paper with a light sheen to it, and I ended up loving the result. (P.S. RIGHT NOW)It was tricky to decide on only one card for this year, so we decided to go with both the, and the ! This tri-fold, was also a favorite, but if I'm being totally honest, on the night I was putting these together, I could not for the life of me come up with enough stats and cool facts to fill the card in. *hides face in shame* One of those nights. One of those years.
Boom shakalaka. I'm loving this feeling! I should do this every November.
it is my pleasure to officially welcome you to Christmas season.This post is sponsored by Shutterfly.
Picasso Pictures Christmas Card
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Mission Christmas Card PIcture 2013