It’s 70 degrees here in central Indiana today. It barely feels like Fall, let alone the thought that Christmas is just a few weeks away.
But the Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas is on and that, coupled with the barrage of holiday commercials all over the TV, radio, and internet, can only mean one thing: “the most wonderful time of the year” will soon be upon us.
One of my favorite parts of the holidays is receiving greeting cards, and I especially love the ones with photos of the kids, pets, and family. I get some really cute ones and I’m always amazed at how adorable they are, not to mention how well-behaved the pets must be to pose for such a cute photo.
There’s got to be a trick, right? I mean, not everyone can come up with holiday cards as cute as these from TinyPrints:
I can tell you, I’ve never been able to capture such a perfect image of my dogs for my annual holiday card, and I wondered how some people seem to be able to do it so effortlessly. What’s their secret?
Then I stumbled upon this infographic with helpful tips and tricks for taking perfect pet photos for your holiday cards, and I just had to share it with you.
And speaking of TinyPrints, if you aren’t familiar with them, you should definitely click over and check them out! Right now they’re offering free shipping on orders of $10 or more when you use code TPSHIP at check-out.
Have you ever had a really amazing photo of your pets that was worthy of your holiday card? I’d love to see it, so why don’t you click over and share it on my Facebook page!