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100 Creative Family Photo Ideas

I don’t know about you guys, but we just had family pictures taken for our Christmas cards. There are years we manage to get the pictures done in October, but sometimes life gets busy and we cut it close. Thankfully, we have a photographer in the family, so that makes things a lot less stressful. That said, last year was the first year I actually got the cards ordered, but never got them mailed out. I’m still debating mailing them out with this year’s card. Would that be weird? haha

The only stress that really comes for me is what will wear and should we do anything extra creative. I say stress, but I really only thing about it long enough to make a decision, then I go about my way 😉 I do, however, LOVE looking at Christmas card pictures. Actually, I love looking at family photo shoots in general.

Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, a friend tagged me on Facebook letting me know that one of our Christmas cards from about three years ago, was on Tiny Prints list of Creative Family Photo Ideas:)I thought it was pretty fun they found one of ours and shared it. It also happens to be one of my favorites as it was the first one with my dumplings in it:)Tiny Prints didn’t even print our cards this particular year, so they weren’t just selecting cards that came through their system, which I thought was pretty cool as well! {Side note: Tiny Prints has amazing deals and sales on Christmas card. It right now they are still offering 40% off and free shipping, here, with the code BESTSALEFS40}

This is the front of our card that they posted….

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They had a cute list pictures that you can find here.

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Megan Marshall Megan Marshall (10 Posts)

Megan Marshall blogs at In This Wonderful Life about her day-to-day life with two year old twins, her addiction to caramel apples, steals and deals, and anything else you can possibly think of. Megan is a wife and mom to boy/girl twins and one angel in Heaven. She believes sharing her faith about life after loss will continue to help her and hopefully help others. She spends her days at home chasing her kiddos around, having dance parties, building castles, teaching manners, learning to be gluten free, and working hard for her money, during naptime. She loves Jesus, her family and friends, New York City, anything Christmas, gift giving, celebrations, shopping, and seasonal decorations. Connect with Megan here: BlogPinterestInstagramFacebookTwitterShop Blog / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / Twitter / Heart & Home Collection