For Christmas every year, I like to give some hand made cards. This year, I decided to do something different. I made cards featuring my photography and had them printed at Snapfish. I made several themed sets. The first set (above) features "sea" photographs.
The second set has a "land" theme.
The third set features photographs of Ireland. I also printed a pair of sympathy cards.
It was a lot of fun to make them, and I'm really glad that I did (and I'm calling them my Monthly Make for December). But, to be honest, I'm not completely sold on Snapfish. I found the website a bit difficult to use because it seemed to over-crop my photos, which limited the choices of photographs I could use. Also, the pricing was very confusing (I used some discount codes), though they ended up being very reasonably priced. Finally, while I liked the smoothness of the cardstock and thought they did a good job on printing the images, I would have preferred for the card stock to be a bit thicker. I would have used a different website, but I couldn't figure out how to use the ones I looked at! I do think I want to make more photo cards in the future, but I want to try a different site next time. I'm not very good with technology, though. So, I'm looking for recommendations for a very easy-to-use sites to make photo cards. As well as any comments you have on these sets.