Christmas Gifts with Shutterfly

Christmas Gifts with Shutterfly

This post is part of a sponsored collaboration between Shutterfly and LooksiSquare.  I received product compensation, but as always all opinions are my own!

One of my most favorite things to give my kid’s grandparents are photo gifts.  Shutterfly has always been my go-to source for creating photo gifts.  They’ve got such an awesome selection from coffee mugs, to photo books, and calendars to magnets.

Speaking of magnets

The folks at Shutterfly were kind enough to provide me with a few different sizes of magnets a couple of months back, and this gal took advantage and sent them out for grandparent’s day.  BUT, you know the beauty of Shutterfly and photo gifts…they are absolutely PERFECT for any occasion!  Might I suggest, making a few yourself this season and giving them to those you love {and that love receiving personalized, heartfelt gifts}.


Once my bright, orange envelope arrived, I grabbed some adhesive stickers and some of my favorite Project Life cards to create a presentable gift.


The magnets were printed so clearly and not to mention super cute.  It didn’t take much effort or time to put these little gifts together and pop them in the mail.


They’d make the cutest stocking stuffers this Christmas too!


I’m sure I’ve convinced you that photo gifts are definitely the way to go this Christmas.  Now, for the BEST news of the day…

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As part of the Looksi and Shutterfly collaboration, Shutterfly is offering all of you the chance to win $100 credit! Think of the photo gifts or Christmas cards you could order!

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Rafflecopter will walk you through the entry process! You’ll notice that one of the ways to enter is by submitting your own posts about projects you’ve done with photos to; we’d love to see what you’ve done with pictures too!

Good luck!

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About Meredith Hazel

Meredith is a stay at home mom and has been blogging since 2012. She started Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home as a creative outlet in between nap times for her little one. Wait 'Til Your Father gets home is a combination of crafting tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and, sharing some of life's journey along the way.


  1. adorable!

  2. Oh, that is a seriously cute gift idea! I totally forgot about Grandparents’ Day this year and felt like a fail…I’ll keep this in mind for next time around!

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