Holiday Photo Cards by MyPublisher – Giveaway

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For the past couple of years I have chosen to go with photo greeting cards to send to family and friends at Christmas.

This year I had the privilege of ordering some from  MyPublisher offers a nice variety of paper and printing choices.  With 966 holiday card designs that you can use four or more photos on, you can create a fantastic photo card for this year’s greetings.  Getting a top quality Christmas photo card at a fair price is important to me, and considering I got a card with seven pictures on it, lined envelopes and our return address printed on the backs for $1.59 a card, I’d say that’s an affordable way to send greetings to our loved ones.  Oh yeah, and did I mention free shipping?!  Yep MyPublisher offers that too!

I started off by picking the design I wanted, which is called Ornaments.  I chose to use the template as it was laid out, but one could change the number of photos if they wish.  Some cards also have the option to change the color scheme.  You can see in the upper right hand corner the green and blue boxes on this one, I have the green on my card, but a simple click of the mouse could have changed the green elements to blue!  Uploading the pictures I wanted to use to the site was easy.  I added them from my computer but you can also import them from Facebook.  After I had the photos where I wanted them, I added my text at the bottom and was ready to proceed.

You can style the back of your cards as well.  I chose to leave them blank, but you can add text and more photos if you want to.

Once you determine your cards are the way you want them (but no worries, you can keep editing them until you actually order them!) – it’s time to move on to your envelopes.  For $1.59 a card, I’m very surprised I received a contrasting liner in the envelope as well.  That to me shows a great quality of service.  For this I coordinated with some of the elements on the card and chose a solid red to line them with.  There are a number of colors and patterns you can choose from as well as the choice for the envelope itself to be either white or ecru.

I really like the perk of the free printing of your return address on the flap of the envelope.  One less thing I need to do when addressing and stamping the cards (besides those ‘free’ address labels that I get usually are only appropriate to put on bills LOL!).


So here I have attractive photo cards that were simple to make (from start to finish it took me about an hour and a half, but I was dragging and dropping an awful lot of photos before I got the ones that I thought looked best for the card), and for the quality what I thought was very affordable.  31 cards and envelopes (yeah 31, I squeezed one more in!) for under $50.00.


If you haven’t ordered your photo cards this holiday season, you may want to check out and the designs they have to offer.  For all they include in the price it’s a pretty cost-effective option for your Christmas photo greetings.

One reader will win a $50 code to get some holiday cards to send out this year!

To enter the giveaway visit MyPublisher and tell me in the Rafflecopter form below which design you would choose besides the Ornament one I used (I mean you can still order it, but I want to make sure you see the other designs MyPublisher has to offer.)

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