Holiday card reveal: Sending you winter wishes

Merry Christmas, y’all! 😀

At the start of the month, I posted a behind-the-scenes look at creating a holiday card, using Treat, a new greeting card website by Shutterfly to create personalized cards online. I mentioned in that post that our family and friends got first dibs, but that I’d definitely share our holiday card on the blog for Christmas.

So here y’all go, a treat from Treat! 🙂

Librarian for Life + Style | Holiday card reveal

Librarian for Life + Style | Holiday card reveal

We included our beloved cats’ names to the holiday greeting on the inside of the card, and we also bought a kitty paw print stamp and ink pad at a local craft store. As you can see above, I “signed” the cards for the cats with the paw print stamp! 😉

The cards arrived flat, and I folded them and smoothed out the edge with a ruler. The texture of the card is a nice, heavy cardstock. Here’s a look at the front and back of our holiday card from Treat:

Librarian for Life + Style | Holiday card reveal

And a look at the inside of our holiday card. As you can see, we used BOTH our favorite photos from our holiday card photo shoot. Surprise!

Librarian for Life + Style | Holiday card reveal

It’s been super fun getting to see people’s facial expressions when they open the card, as well as receiving such positive feedback about our holiday card from family and friends who live out of state. One relative described the photo below as a “fun twist on the Mommy kissing Santa Claus” image. 😀

From our family to yours, hope you are enjoying a relaxing holiday break!

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