Our 2018 Christmas Card | A collaboration with Walmart

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Every year, around this time, I LOVE getting Christmas Cards in the mail. I love seeing everyone’s updated pictures and how much their kids have grown. I love the funny ones with babies crying on Santa’s lap. I love the romantic ones with brides and grooms celebrating their first Christmas as a married couple. I love the ones that show up with images that I myself shot earlier in the year. And I really love the people that go all out and write a family newsletter.

You’d think, with me being a photographer and all, that’d I’d be on top of the whole formal Family Portraits/Christmas Card thing. I’m not. Kent and I sent out Christmas Cards the first few years we were married and then the year Roman was born. I’m pretty sure that’s the last one we did…which was 6 years ago! Every year I tell myself we’re going to do it. Some years I even schedule the formal family pictures…but then December always gets crazy and somehow time just slips away from me.

This year however, I was determined to make it happen. We got a great family photo while we were out in Wyoming last week, and I really wanted to send out our new address to family and friends (so I can make sure we keep getting everyone else’s cards haha!). I ordered ours from Walmart.com and was so happy with how they turned out! They have tons of design options, but you can see the one I went with here. I’m always so picky about how my prints look and I was really impressed with the quality of the cards at such a low price point. Walmart.com is easy to navigate and made the whole ordering process super quick and painless. Now if I can just convince Kent to address all of these, and the kids to lick envelopes for me, we’ll be good to go. 🙂

Thanks so much to Walmart for sponsoring today’s post.

 

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