Cheaper Ways To Send Fall Greetings

Hey everyone! It’s that time of year where you’ll be sending family, friends and co-workers seasonal and holiday greetings cards. These can become super pricey– especially if you get the pictures done professionally and you buy their cards! It becomes too expensive and it’s such a hassle. Luckily I’m here to help, I really wanted to find a cheaper way to do this and I have a few options!

Option #1: Walgreens-

This is cheaper than the professional cards and you can use phone photos (which can look just as professional) for a quarter of the price. Walgreens has an app where you can pick from a template and just print them to a local Walgreens store for pickup and usually they have an online code to take off a certain percentage which will make it that much more affordable.

Option #2: FreePrints-

FreePrints is an app that can be downloaded on both Apple and Android products. When you sign up with an account you get up to 80 free prints per month. If you spend some time making the photo with graphic apps like PhotoGrid, PhotoShop and PicLab you can print a bunch of free and/or discounted photos on this app. If you are interested in downloading this app feel free to use my referral link for five extra free prints:

Option #3: Shutterfly-

Shutterfly is a website where you can use their templates to make seasonal and holiday cards (even wedding save the dates, engagements etc.) for a pretty affordable price. Shutterfly also sometimes has coupons that can be used for a discount.

I hope you enjoyed these ideas and remember to subscribe for email notifications for when I post new content and make sure to comment down below what your thoughts are on these seasonal and holiday cards! What did or do you use?

-Stay Chic,

Stephanie Russell

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