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Photobox Christmas Cards // Review

review and giveaway

It was bound to happen, Little Mr’s first Christmas couldn’t pass me by without taking a photograph (or 100) of him in a very cute Christmas outfit. What’s more, I couldn’t let the opportunity pass without turning said photograph into a Christmas card for our families. Luckily for me, the lovely folk at Photobox offered to help me turn my photograph into a beautiful Personalised Christmas card and I’m sure you’ll agree it’s absolutely brilliant.

Photobox Christmas Cards

This photocard is A5 in size and I’ve used one of the pre-set Christmas templates but inserted my own choice of photograph and added my own text. They are available in single cards of A5 or A6 and in packs of 10. Prices start from £1.50 for single cards and from £9.99 for the multiple packs.

Last week I showed you Little Mr’s footprint Christmas trees which we had so much fun doing but there was an ulteria motive. Of course, we were going to turn his pretty little footprint Christmas trees into Christmas cards for our family and friends.

Photobox Christmas Cards

This card is A6 in size and is a blank card that you are able to insert your own photograph or design onto. I wanted to make sure the card was as close to the real art work as possible so I took a photo of the artwork and cropped the image. For our first attempt, I’m pretty pleased with it. It preserves Little Mr’s artwork for many Christmases to come. Again, the cards are available in singles (A5 or A6) and in packs of 10. Prices start from £1.50 for single cards and from £9.99 for the multiple packs.

Photobox Christmas Cards

The cards are glossy and made from 350gsm quality paper and each card has a white envelope for posting. In my opinion, they are worth every penny and I absolutely love our Christmas cards. We will definitely be sending similar style cards again next year.

Giveaway

The lovely folk at Photobox have offered one lucky reader the chance to win £30 credit so that you too can create your very own Christmas cards. Of course, if the cards aren’t your thing, there’s plenty more to spend the credit on as Photobox have an amazing range of products including canvases, photo books, mugs, calendars and more.

All you need to do is leave me a blog comment telling me what Photobox product you would choose to spend your £30 credit on.

Additional entries may be added via rafflecopter. Entrants will be required to sign up to Photobox or be an existing customer to claim the prize. Giveaway ends at midnight on Friday 13th December. Good luck! 

Disclaimer: These Christmas cards were kindly sent to me free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words are my own and form this honest and unbiased review. The giveaway prize has been kindly donated by Photobox. 

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