‘Tis the season to gather family photo ideas! After all, your Christmas cards won’t create themselves. To help, we’ve gathered the best family photo ideas that will make creating your Christmas cards quick and snappy (and extra merry) this year!
1. Holiday traditions
Create a truly traditional card by capturing holiday moments your family does year after year. Like picking out the tree, decorating the tree or baking holiday cookies.
2. Make a Run for it
Have the whole family make a run for it. You’ll be surprised how fun this photo idea is!
Inspired by the cheery pops of color we love for accessorizing at home and work, we added super-cute multicolor cards to our 2015 Holiday Collection. Customize the greeting on this holiday photo card and the look with photo highlights from your year. Then go ahead: get colorful with your everyday!
Shop the Trend!
No. 1: Calhoun Mini Pattern Binder, Russell+Hazel | No. 2: Green Two Ring Table Lamp Base + White Light Years Table Lamp Shade, The Land of Nod | No. 3: Page Tabs, Russell+Hazel | No. 4: Multicolor Message Christmas Card, Pear Tree Greetings | No. 5: 574 Glacial Sneakers in teal, artic blue and white, New Balance | No. 6: Sip Sip Tumbler, Ban.do | No. 7: Ampersand Wall Art, Pear Tree Greetings | No. 8: Swingline Fashion Stapler in pink, Target | No. 9: Herringbone Pom Pom Throw in sky blue, Furbish Studio
Shop the entire 2015 holiday photo cards collection here.
Shhh… we’re giving you a sneak peek of some of the new holiday card ideas from our 2013 collection! This year our holiday collection focuses on the hottest trends of the season. The first trend we’re calling Sparkle & Shine, and the highlights include jewel tones, twinkle lights and the hot new faux-glitter look. This trend will be shining above the rest.
Colorful Kaleidoscope Photo Book Christmas Cards
A kaleidoscope of colors, textures and photos awaits the happy recipients of these photo book Christmas cards! Jewel-toned triangles of color and gold faux-foil add tints and sparkle to your photos throughout this 12-page book containing 24 photos in all! The full-size photo on the front starts things off with tints that overlay your photo, interspersed with solid triangles of color or the foil look. Inside, pages with full photos or photo collages are balanced with cheerful greetings scrawled on kraft paper or solid color backgrounds in foil letters. Have fun creating these keepsake holiday photo cards your friends and family are sure to love!
Real cards created by real people like you!
It’s hard to pick a Featured Favorite in December because we see so many great cards at this time of year. But this humorous New Year’s card caught our eye, especially because the order came through well before Christmas. Turns out that Stacie, the card’s creator, settled on sending New Year’s cards while looking for holiday card ideas, because the dress-up lips and mustache were just the touch of vintage silliness she was looking for.