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Find 150 Christmas Card Ideas in "Merry Christmas From...."

Updated on October 17, 2014

Yes, 150 Inspirations for Your Christmas Card Photo! Merry Christmas From...

You must check out a wonderful book, "Merry Christmas From.." You will very likely find an idea for your Christmas Card Photo.

It is a delightful book by Karen Robert published by Harper Collins. (I found my information on their website!)

Ms. Robert, the author of this charming book, has a very short video titled: "Three Do's and Don't's for Making a Successful Christmas Photo;. Make Your Christmas Card Photo Less Ordinary!. Click the blue words to view it. She offers some very practical tips.

I wish I had seen this video BEFORE my husband and I made our 2007 greeting card photo! Click on this link Christmas Circus to see what I am talking about.

She has also decided to give 50% of the proceeds from the sales of the book to charity one of her favorite charities, The Smile Train. One more reason to buy this book

Photo credit: Merry Christmas card from Tiny Prints.

Merry Christmas From... - A Christmas Card Book by Karen Roberts

You can buy the book from Amazon below.

This book has some wonderful funny ideas. Yes, I do wish I had thought of them first! You will find so many ideas for your holiday photo card that you will have a hard time choosing just one. In other words, you will have ideas for YEARS to come!

Merry Christmas From... is available for your Kindle!

Merry Christmas from . . .: 150 Christmas Cards You Wish You'd Received
Merry Christmas from . . .: 150 Christmas Cards You Wish You'd Received

The Kindle edition is just $.99! What a deal for 150 ideas for your holiday greeting card.


DIY Christmas Cards - Handcrafted Greeting Card Ideas

Below you will find ideas for making your own holiday cards. Handmade does not need to look "homemade" so start looking now for suggestions so you will have plenty of time to create your own greeting cards.

Author Karen Roberts Knows How to Take a Christmas Card Photo: - How to stage a great Christmas Card

Author of "Merry Christmas From...", Karen Robert, shares her expert advice on the "Dos" & "Don'ts" of creating the perfect Christmas card photo!

He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.

~Roy L. Smith

A Christmas Tradition Disappearing? - Share your opinion, please.

With email and texting growing in popularity, it seems that mailing cards via USPS might become a thing of the past. What do you think? (Remember to leave a greeting in my "guestbook" at the bottom of the page.)

Will mailing Greeting Cards via snail mail become a fond memory.

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A Christmas Card from Tiny Prints
A Christmas Card from Tiny Prints

This Card says "Merry Christmas"!

I have ordered from Tiny Prints with great results. Please give them a try. You will not be unhappy with the results for your Holiday Photo greeting!

Tiny Prints also offers the service of mailing your cards, too. I did that! The cards were scheduled and sent when I wanted them to be posted. How easy. I was only charged for the postage--no handling or service fee.

Ms. Robert donates 50% of the proceeds from her book to this Charity!

Tell me about it! What kind of Christmas Greeting Cards will you be making?

Are You Inspired to make your own Greeting Cards?

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      Treasures By Brenda 6 years ago from Canada

      I should; I used too. Just cannot seem to find the inspiration these days.

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      julieannbrady 6 years ago

      Yes ... you have truly inspired me to make my own greeting cards!

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      DUMC 8 years ago

      SmileTrain=a worthy cause!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 9 years ago from Northern California

      Thank you for creating this lens for the Spirit of the Season Challenge. Some great tips for Christmas Cards.