Bloggers: 50 Free Holiday Cards from Shutterfly

by Stuart L Posted on October 20, 2001

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Loading…Completed blog submissions must be submitted by 11:59pm, Wednesday, December 15, 2010. Shutterfly’s shipping cutoff for cards, photo books and calendars is Sunday, December 19th, 2010. If you have any questions or issues, please email us.

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  1. JaymeRiley Says:

    http://thegirlinglasses.wordpress.com/2010/11/24/did-you-hear/

  2. conniee4 Says:

    Love love love ya Shutterfly!!!!! You make the holidays sparkle!!! If anyone wants to read my blog (I just started) All are welcome. (remember, I have only had it open a couple wks but I plan to keep it going. Anyway, http://etterscreationsphotography.blogspot.com/ Stop by and say hi!! I’d love to hear from you and you look at the 2008 and 2009 cards I made. I still have to take pictures for 2010′s.

  3. ebethtipton Says:

    Here is my post! :)
    http://elizabethsfinds.wordpress.com/2010/12/01/shutterfly/

  4. BarbaraJ Says:

    LOVE, LOVE MY FREE CARDS. YOU ARE AWESOME SHUTTERFLY AND THANK YOU STUART! VISIT MY BLOG WHEN YOU WANT TO SEE ARTICLES ON SHUTTERFLY AND PHOTOGRAPHY! BARBARAJ
    http://barbarajsphotomoments.blogspot.com/

  5. nannato5 Says:

    Thank u Shutterfly!You do most all my prints and i love the work!!!!beautiful..feel free to head over and read my post.Thanks again Shutterfly!OH!and i love the wall decals!

    merry christmas everyone!

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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