Friday, December 5, 2008

Forgive Me Father, For I Have Sinned.

I've just ordered pre-printed Christmas cards from Snapfish. I am so ashamed! Don't tell the 'Source. I just received the CD of pro pix (Yeah!) and realized that there is isn't enough time to make my own. So I am bit the bullet and placed an order for plain 'ole photo cards. Oh the Shame! It hurts! It hurts!

Am I banned from the blogosphere? Doomed to a death of a million personality-less cards? :) Sadly, it still took me about two hours to lay them out. Happy Holidays, indeed!

8 comments:

Allison aka HaselBride said...

Just noticed the new look; damn, it looks fabulous! I love it! That's the one thing I hate about feeds–they take the prettiness out.

Also, don't feel bad about the pre-printed thank yous. I almost considered using some five-year-old thank yous I have in a box somewhere for the early gifts we're getting. That is a far bigger offense. :)

jessica lynn said...

haha you are too funny! dont feel bad, I think that you deserve a break from your DIY projects!! :)

Jenna said...

I think I'm going to do moo cards. How fun is it that I can use wedding shots and order cards with lot of different images. I feel the need to use as many of my pictures as possible for some reason.

Rhonda Gail said...

Don't feel bad, I actually used boxed holiday cards from walmart with NO PICTURES! I just ran out of time to do anything else.

N. said...

I'm also using boxed holiday cards. I'm just afraid everyone is sick of our wedding pics! :)

Linda said...

I used boxed cards so don't worry. Not everything is handmade. We still love you:)

heidzilla said...

after all the wedding paper items i did, i just didn't have the energy for christmas cards too. i got the boring photo printed kind. have to go pick them up tomorrow!

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Tales of an Interfaith Family said...

Have you ever seen the ones from tinyprints.com? We uploaded an engagement picture to them for our holiday cards this year and the quality was actually pretty good.(I am a paper snob)
:)