Vintage Christmas Photos

by Stuart L Posted on November 01, 2009

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Reliving memories of the past is always good fun, bringing back feelings of nostalgia even to the grinchiest of adults. Rummage through Grandma’s closet, dust off old photo albums and sort through old Christmas photos. You’ll need to scan physical photos onto your computer (or take them to a professional scanning services company.)  Once you do, upload pictures on Shutterfly and put together your own vintage Christmas photo book using Simple Path.  It’ll be 5 minutes of easy work that will draw coos and laughter on Christmas morning, especially if pictures involve family members with dated clothes and bad hair.

Here are some Christmas photos I found online to get you in the right mind set:






Other vintage Christmas photo ideas?  Make vintage photo Christmas cards or a photo mug. Got the idea?  Have fun!

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  1. Tiffany M Says:

    This is magnificent! And a great idea for the mom’s Christmas gifts for next year! Thank you for the inspiration! :o)

  2. AnnAbbott Says:

    I dosent matter what the year is any Christmas photo with kids by a Christmas tree brings a warm feeling to your heart. A vintage photo book would be great to share with your family. I love the idea of a vintage card too. It is very “Christmas Story”!

more about Stuart L

Hello! My name is Stuart L., and over the last several years, I’ve developed a deep passion for travel. In the last decade, I've traveled throughout Asia, Europe, North and South America, and have enjoyed taking photos along the way nearly as much as the traveling itself. The introduction of digital photography has only furthered my love of getting the "right shot" (but makes editing a pain – I have no limits!). Additionally, I receive a secondary benefit from my enjoyment of photography; it assists in supplementing my poor memory. Anyways, I’m excited to share and contribute to the Shutterfly community blog.

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