2010 Holiday Spectacular: No. 7

It’s been far too long since we’ve seen a multi-photo card and I don’t know if we’ve ever seen an image sequence card… certainly not one like No. 7: Holiday Set by Sara Westbrook.

This card is such a fun multi-photo image sequence card. The mini-type is adorable and I also really love the slate blue and white theme with the red accents. Sara has really made the absolute most of the long rectangle format. I am convinced that people are going to stage entire photo shoots around this card. And then it will be just so much fun to see what people decide to customize the captions to say. Do you have any fun ideas for image sequences or captions that you’d like to try with this lovely card?

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10   COMMENTS
  1. Jw

    What does this card say?

  2. To comment on the above…it’s cool no matter what it says. It appears that it’s the lyrics to “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” across the top. I think customers will have fun saying different things across the tops of the photos. Would work for couples, families, new homes, new pets…TONS OF COOL STUFF! Congrats

  3. Sydney

    I remember thinking during the critique phase how perfect this card would be for those families who take several trips a year or even a shot of your kids for each season. I’m glad to see such a unique concept featured in the top 10!!

  4. Maria Estigoy

    Congrats Sara!

  5. Yolanda

    Congratulations Sara, great multi-photo layout, very clean and simple :)

  6. Congratulations Sara! :)

  7. Laura

    Congrats Sara! This design really does have so many cool possibilities- nice work!

  8. Natasha

    The top part has the lyrics from “We wish you a Merry Christmas”. And the part above each pic can be filled in for a personal message. Sara’s says:”hello from Katie,” “hi there from Matt,” “we hope you’re having a wonderful holiday,” “xo- Katie and Matt Thompson”. Thanks!

  9. Erin Welles

    congrats sara!! this is super cool

  10. Jw

    @Natasha – Thanks! I was curious.

    @Carrie – I wasn’t suggesting it wasn’t “cool”, I just couldn’t read the tiny type.