holiday cards!


I am pleased to present 11 holiday card designs for 2007! Each 5x7 flat card is printed on matte card stock, perfect for adding a hand-written note on the back, and includes a white envelope (it is also possible to have a folded 5x7 card with a personal greeting printed inside for just $10 more per set). The designs below are customized with your favorite photo(s) as well as your names and the year. Cards are sold in sets of 25 for $60. Please place your order before December 7th to ensure delivery before Christmas. Email me the design number you would like, the image number(s) from your Pictage gallery, the quantity of cards to order and your shipping address. I will email you an invoice which you may pay via PayPal or personal check.

The people featured in the cards below are not models, but clients from portrait sessions in the last few weeks. The names are not real.

Design 1

Design 2

Design 3

Design 4

Design 5

Design 6

Design 7

Design 8

Design 9

Design 10

Design 11

When sending your holiday cards this year, be sure to add this one to your list:

A Recovering American Soldier
c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, D. C. 20307-5001

Walter Reed Army Medical Center officials want to remind those individuals who want to show their appreciation through mail to include packages, letters, and holiday cards addressed to 'Any Wounded Soldier' or 'A Recovering American Soldier' that Walter Reed cannot accept these packages in support of the decision by then Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Transportation Policy in 2001. This decision was made to ensure the safety and well being of patients and staff at medical centers throughout the Department of Defense.

In addition, the U.S. Postal Service is no longer accepting "Any Service Member" or "A Recovering American Soldier" letters or packages. Mail to "Any Service Member" that is deposited into a collection box will not be delivered.

Instead of sending an “Any Wounded Soldier” letter or package to Walter Reed, please consider making a donation to one of the more than 300 nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping our troops and their families listed on the "America Supports You" website,

Other organizations that offer means of showing your support for our troops or assist wounded servicemembers and their families include:

If you still want to send a card, The Red Cross suggests bundling a number of cards in a manilla envelope and mailing them to their office. They will distribute the cards.

Red Cross
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue NW
Heaton Pavillion
Washington, DC 20307


  1. Anonymous8:08 PM

    Hey Em -- I just happened to be reading after reading your blog and read that they do not accept cards to "Any Wounded Soldier" etc. for security reasons. The cards will be returned to sender. Snopes suggested that you make a donation or something. Just wanted you to know. --Amy Morantes

  2. Oh gosh, thanks for the heads-up on that, Amy! Miss you guys- hugs to Jack!

  3. Anonymous11:53 AM

    Okay, I probably shouldn't ask, but what does the M stand for in design 9? "Merry"? Or "Mike"? :)

    I love these. I'll take 100 of the first one and pretend it's my adorable baby.


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