As far as Christmas rituals go, sending and receiving cards is right up there with putting up the tree and defrosting the turkey – we just do it each year automatically without too much thinking about. However I don’t know about you, but I always remember those cards I receive where there has been more thought put into it, like the handmade card, the one that a child designed themselves or where an up to date photo has been used so I can see what my long distance friends and their children look like now another year has gone by.

I sent photocards myself this year and have had some lovely texts and emails from the receivers to say ‘don’t the children look grown up?’ and ‘you are looking slim!’ (I particularly enjoyed that one!!)

Kodak has made it really easy to get some unique, personalised Christmas cards done with your own photos, so everyone can say how slim you are looking too! Have a look at this video to see how easy it is to make your own…

As you can see, it is not just Christmas cards that you can get- the girl in the video has done wedding ‘thank you’ cards. I think I’ll use the Kiosk again for my family’s birthday cards- we have quite a few birthday’s to celebrate in February, March and April so if I’m organised and get a digital image of each of the birthday boys and girls, I can get them all sorted with one trip!

There is also a short video to illustrate the production of photobooks. This is a great idea for presents for people who might otherwise be tricky to buy for. What else do you give the girl who has everything? Take a look at this video…

Don’t forget, Kodak are currently running a seasonal promotion on their until 22nd December 2012.

This post is part of a series of three posts, sponsored by Kodak, highlighting the Kodak Kiosks which allow fast and easy product creation. I have trialled the service and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Here are the other two posts in this series:
My visit to Kodak’s Grotto
My 2013 Calendar Made Easy

Here is the Sponsor’s website

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