It's been almost ten years since I have sent out Christmas cards. I was so excited to get a chance to review personalized holiday cards from Mixbook.com. I will definitely be sending out Christmas cards this year.
Before I used the Mixbook site to create my holiday cards, I had never heard of them. I guess I am so used to hear other names such as Snapfish and Tiny Prints. Some of the other sites I have used are NOT user friendly so I was kind of nervous about using Mixbook. Plus, I'm not really that creative.
|a sample of some of the templates|
I was able to sign up for a free account and was surprised at all the templates that I had to choose from. You can customize your cards with different text styles, insert your photos and even update the cards with stickers! I found it very easy to use. I was pretty happy that I didn't have to be extremely creative to use or customize my cards.
The hardest part of creating my cards was getting my boys and the dog to cooperate! The kids didn't want to smile and the dog didn't want her picture taken. She kept trying to escape. We were able to keep her in place with a treat but then the kids would not smile. I took me about fifteen minutes to get a decent enough picture to put on our cards.
|the cards I received|
I received a set of 30 5x7 flat holiday cards, with envelopes, that came in record time. I believe I ordered them on the second of October and I received them on the sixth! Whenever I need to create invitations or holiday cards in the future, I will definitely be using Mixbook.
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