Here are more of my colorful Christmas cards...these are flat 5x7 one sided cards printed on photographic paper. There is a minimum order of 25 cards. Pricing is as follows: Minimum order of 25 cards $1.65 each, 26-60 cards $1.58 each 61-125 cards $1.50 each 126-225 cards $1.42 each
Ok, I have to admit these are pretty darn cool. They are square 5x5 trifold cards printed on cardstock. They allow you to use a few different photos making it a great way to showcase your cute kids. The relatives will just love these! Yeah! The top section shows the front, back and inside flap of the card and the bottom section shows the inside spread. These are sold in increments of 25 cards, includes envelopes and retail $80/25.
These are my new 5x7 flat 2-sided Christmas cards. They can be printed on linen or glossy cardstock. There is a minimum order of 25 cards. Pricing is as follows: Minimum order of 25 cards $1.65 each, 26-60 cards $1.58 each 61-125 cards $1.50 each 126-225 cards $1.42 each
Large Quantity Reprints for Holiday Cards Pricing is as follows: Minimum order of 50-4x6 prints of same photo $1.00 each, 51-100 4x6's $.95 each 101+ $.90 each.
Here's a closer view of the new 2008 Christmas cards that I'm offering. Check them out! They're really colorful, cheery and bright...just how I feel about Christmas. They can be customized with your family's name on them, as well.
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I had a jazzy photo shoot downtown last weekend and I just love shooting down there. Everywhere you turn there is some cool background in downtown Austin to use. I loved the colorful outfits that the family was wearing and their little girls cracked me up. They let me know that it was "stinky" downtown.
Vroom. Vroom. Check this hot rod out that the "S" family brought along for their shoot. Yowza! That IS cool. My Sloanie would love that thing. Anyway, the boys looked so hip with their scull and cross bones tie, their rock n' roll vest and their hotrod, huh? What was really cute was mom brought along their mini ipod so we could have tunes to jam out to while we had our photoshoot!
Last Friday, I wrapped up my last 4 "Mixing It Up Is Merrier" shoots. Whew! Ms. Brandi was a little tired and hoarse after 2 solid hours of chasing kiddos around. I had a great time shooting these families and I know this family did. They ended their session with an all out leaf fight. It was all good until someone pelted mom in the chest with a big handful of solid dirt and maybe a leaf or two...at that point it was game over.
Check out her tshirt...recycle my brother! I love it! I got the biggest kick out of these two. They were so cute. Big sis just wanted to "mother" her baby brother the whole time and love on him. They were good participants for the shoot and I think the photos show that.