Shelby over at Life as The Coats, shared some super cute, and super helpful Christmas printables. When I saw her post, I immediately printed them off and started filling them in. I love how she has different pages for each gift "category," like immediate family, friends and co-workers / other. It was a perfect way for me to collect my thoughts on who I needed to buy for and organize what I was going to get them.
Another handy printable she had was for Christmas cards. I LOVE Christmas cards. I haven't sent any out recently, but I decided to change that this year. Enter Paperless Post, a website I was recently introduced to. They offer some really great Christmas card options, among other things. You can get them either printed, or also shop online card options if you prefer to send via email. For the printed cards, envelope addressing is free, as well as proofing and photo editing. For me, I love that they have both the cards that you can include a photo, as well as a card with no photo option. Let's be real, my grandma and my parents are probably the only people that would be interested in a Christmas card with just my picture on it. I am still in the process of choosing which to go with - below are a few of my favorites.
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Linking up with Whitney.