Monday, November 29, 2010

The Christmas Card Game!

This year, our family will be having a Christmas card game!
The rules go as follows:

Each week leading up to Christmas, we will choose a random selected winner from a box. The kids will also choose purposefully selected winner on December 22nd based on the following criteria:

Most Creative
Most Beautiful

Most Animals

You have to have a family picture somewhere in the card (those are what I am drawing out of the box). It doesn't need to be a picture card -it can be a letter with a picture inside. Your card needs to be received by December 22nd to be part of the game. The winner will recieve a box of Christmas treats! If you do not live in town I can ship them to you.
You can't win if you don't play!
Happy Christmas Card-ing!

PS: if you need my new address I can email it to you.

(This was our rejected picture this year)


  1. I'll play! (I do need your new address) I kinda like this one. Though This One looks like she'd rather be about anywhere else, but isn't that typical for a girl her age when it's Christmas Card Picture Taking Time?? :)

  2. I think the reason she looks like that was because I kept having to take picture after picture because none were coming out right, lol. Maybe I'm going to 'conveniently' be fired as the official Christmas Card Picture Taker next year :( hahahaha

  3. I think you did a great job considering you were trying to get a 2 year old, a 5 year old and two puppies to look at you! The only reason I don't like it is all of the different colors in the picture...also, did you look at the 2 year old's belly???? Otherwise, I thought it was a great picture!

  4. Do it in sepia and the colors won't clash! And I think the belly is adorable.

  5. LOL I didn't even notice the belly. Oh my goodness that's too cute. hahahahaha.

  6. I already sent out another pic. I am kind of a purist when it comes to black and white prints. When you shoot a picture intended to be in color, you never actually have true blacks and true whites (that comes from being spoiled by developing my own photos back in the day). I had already tried b&w and sepia, but wasn't satisfied. Oh well.