I recently had the opportunity to review and create my own custom Mixbook Christmas Cards. The process from start to finish was very easy to do and the holiday card I created is perfect!

{About Mixbook – from website}  Mixbook is a leading photo products company that helps people create custom photo books, cards, and calendars. Whether starting from scratch, or using one of our thousands of professionally designed templates, every Mixbook product is 100% customizable. With Mixbook, you can truly Make It Yours™

Personalized photo Christmas cards are a great way to share season’s greetings with friends and family. Whether you want to wish your loved ones holiday blessings with a religious card, or just an attractive way to share your child’s first picture with Santa Claus, a Mixbook Christmas cards are the perfect way to say “Merry Christmas.” 

Choose a professional design from our hundreds of holiday options and use it as is, or harness your inner DIY spirit and customize it to your heart’s content. With countless backgrounds and designs, there’s no limit to the ways you can send good tidings and warm holiday wishes other than your own creativity.

 

 

{Review}  I am familiar with other sites that you can upload your images to create photo books and holiday cards. My daughter just turned one a few months back so we have had our fair share of creating photo books as gifts for the grandparents as well as customizing birth announcement cards and Christmas photo cards.  With other sites, the process in the beginning is fun, but then it turns into a bigger project where sometimes I don’t even finish the project because it gets too complicated.

However, with Mixbook it was VERY easy to start (and finish).  I first went on their website to take a look at the pre-designed templates for Christmas cards.  I was very impressed by the quantity of layouts available to choose from.  I decided that Glad Tidings would be perfect for our Christmas card this year. Last year, we had professional family photos taken but this year, I wanted to let my daughter be the star of the holiday card sent to our family and friends.

The next day, I picked out a cute outfit for her to wear and started photographing her like crazy since it seems like you need to take 10 photos to get one good one!  We purchased a new camera this year and have taken some amazing photos of our daughter so I knew I could get a few good ones for our Christmas card.

The Mixbook pre-designed template was double-sided with an area for a photo on each side.  The color scheme was modern and contemporary which is exactly like our family. Every part of the card was customizable: add your greeting text, photos, or even add matching “stickers” for your own personal touch to the card.  I changed the photos I took to black and white since it would look great with the color scheme of the card.

Here’s the preview of our holiday cards:

 

So I placed my order for (30) 5″x7″ premium cardstock photo cards with white envelopes that night and I was very surprised to receive an email the next day saying that my order was ready to ship! Delivery was quick and arrived 3 days later.

 

Here is the final printed Christmas card:



Looks exactly like the preview and this weekend while out shopping, I found envelope stickers that match perfectly with the snowflakes in the card design!

 

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Overall, my experience with Mixbook was great and I highly recommend them to family and friends to create their own custom Christmas cards. I will be using them again in the future!

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Until tomorrow, have a sweet day!

 

 
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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