Monthly Archives: October 2012

2012 Christmas Limited Editions – Book EARLY!

Sorry that I have been MIA.   I had a major overhaul of blog, website, and business direction.  Add to that lotsa shoots, logo design work, promo material work – and I’ve been one busy girl.  And that’s just photog work!  Son is playing football, and our daughter is about to get her music thang on.  Oh and Christmas is like JUST around the corner.

I love Christmas cards.  LOVE THEM.  As a kid we would tape them on a door jam.   Although they are fun to make – they are extremely time consuming.  I’ve decided this year to forgo designing my own cards.  There is no way I could come up with enough variation in designs to satisfy my clientbase.   Creating custom cards for every client just isn’t feasible.

Remember every Collection I offer includes digital images with print release.   It is super simple to order your own Christmas cards.

Some of the options include: Tiny which currently has a 20% off special going (they also have a 20% off for Costco members if the current one expires).  Tiny Prints has 859 Christmas card designs starting at $0.89 cents per card.  This is a real press print card – not photo card. has 335 Christmas card designs starting at $0.32 cents a card. cards start at $0.40 cents per card.

If you want to reduce your stress level and get those cards done early, give me a call or shoot me an email.  We can get your annual family pictures taken that will give you plenty of options to choose from for Christmas cards, or quite possibly a new updated image for your foyer or family room!

Here are a few behind the scenes of the Christmas Limited Edition set planned for the following dates:  Saturday November 3, November 10 sold out, Saturday November 17.  I still have some dates available before my last shoot day of the year, Saturday December 1st (regular session fees apply, limited availability) but only 2 more Limited Editions for the year.  Due to overwhelming Sparkle shoots the “Great Gatsby” Limited Edition has been moved until the Spring!











This is the rustic Christmas Chandilier. 










I’m still able to get a smile – even for test shots.  Not so much combing her hair though.