15 Creative Ideas for Holiday Cards

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8. Rock Those Christmas Jammies

Those Christmas jammies are too cute to save for Christmas morning. Deck the family out in matching or coordinated pajamas for a cute family photo. Photo via Twinkle Photography

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7. ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

Beds may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think Christmas decorations, but it makes a great backdrop when “the children are nestled all snug in their beds.” Capture a photo of them reading their favorite Christmas story. It’s an image so sweet it will melt the hearts of everyone who sees your Christmas card. Photo via The Berry

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6. Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

When the kids see Mommy kissing Santa Clause, their reactions are sure to be photographic gems. Capture the moment on film and share the humorous incident with loved ones. Photo via Hello World Photography

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5. All Wrapped Up

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the momentum of the holidays, so make your family photo a play on words. Get wrapped up in the fun of the season by wrapping yourselves, your kids or the entire family in a string of lights. Photo via Jillian Zamora Photography

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4. Snuggle Up

Get the family snuggled up together under a cozy blanket. Photo via The Little Umbrella

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3. Tinsel Town

Tinsel is not just for trees anymore. Decorate your little one in a pile of shine and the photo op will star quality. Photo via Oh Joy

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2. Celebrate A Banner Year

Send well wishes to friends and family in the form a banner held by your family in the photo. Photo via Sada Lewis Photography

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1. Make Your Own Snow

If real snow is not a possibility where you live, make your own winter wonderland with paper snowflakes and a fake forest. Photo via Millie Holloman Photography


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