{at this moment: holiday greetings}



As promised, I wanted to share our final holiday card design with all of you. I checked out the many digital printing services out there and, similar to years past, I decided to go with Tiny Prints (clothes by Crew Cuts). What can I say I'm loyal. Plus, in my humble opinion, they've got the trifecta - quality stock, great pricing, and wonderful designs. If I had each of your addresses, you could expect this holiday card in your mailbox. Though, on second thought, that might be slightly strange. So, I'll just send it to you virtually, and wish you all a happy holiday!!

So, what have you got on the agenda this weekend? Holiday parties are officially commencing in these parts and we'll probably knock out some more shopping. Whatever you get up to, be safe and make it great. See you on Monday!

ps~In case you missed it, here is a really great interview that Tori shared between Garance Dore and the artist/illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme about living a creative life. It's definitely worth a read.

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  1. Gorgeous cards, Theresa! Just beautiful! I think I'll share mine next week, although it's not nearly as cute! I'm hoping to really wrap things up (literally too!) this weekend and kick of the festivities with my favorite party of the year. Oh, joy. I love this time of year. Really. I do. (wink). xo

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  2. Theresa, the cards came out BEAUTIFULLY! Your styling magic is perfect and the kids look adorable. My favorite part is the back, of course. It made me laugh out loud. I'm sure everyone who gets one of these will be delighted. 

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  3. Your cards turned out fabulously!! I love Tiny Prints. And Crew Cuts. And those two adorable kids of yours.  So, slam dunk! Absolutely wonderful. Holiday parties are indeed commencing, mine is tonight, J's is tomorrow night. All my presents are wrapped! I'm inches from being done buying for people (need to hit up the liquor store for some wine! Always a good gift :) Have a great weekend, doll. xo

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  4. I bet you're hugging your kids even tighter tonight.

    No doubt the whole world is shocked by the school shooting in Conneticut and there's no words that can describe the pain the families of the victims must be going through.

    Your card is stunning and so are your kids!
    Hugs and kisses T.

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  5. well, theresa, they are beautiful!  thanks for sharing.  your kids are lovely, and the photo shoot captured them.  joy, 

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  6. The cards are beautiful! Your wee models are so sweet!! What a precious photoshoot xx

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  7.  Awww- adorable!  I also really like the fonts you chose.

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  8. How adorable is that? Honestly, I've seen so many family christmas cards, but yours trumps all! Anyway, great blog, would you like to follow each other?

    WWW.ROXTHEFOX.COM

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  9. just gorgeous... i love both images equally, but for different reasons!

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  10. Adorable! Hope you and your family have an amazing holiday!

    Ps. SO happy to hear that you like tiny prints! I am considering using them for my save the dates and am happy to hear they are Theresa-approved on the quality end :)

    xo!

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  11. love these cards! too cute!!! i would totally put that on my fridge if i was sent one!

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  12. I'm woefully late, I know, but I had to say something about your kids' dear little faces in these photos! I know I've said it a million times but your kids are so very cute.

    I mean, how is it possible that Eames looks even cuter with a grumpy face?! :D xo

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  13. Oh my goodness the picture on the back cracks me up - the kids look SO utterly unhappy at that point :)

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  14. Paige ::approaching joyDecember 18, 2012 at 12:27 PM

    High fives for adding the "not perfect picture"; both are gorgeous, but the one on the back makes my heart smile.

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