Creating custom Holiday Cards is a fantastic way to share your love for Disney with the people who are important to you. Though most people assume that pictures on Christmas Cards have to be of your kids, I'm here to say that Disney themes offer fantastic alternatives and spread the magic during this wonderful time of year.
There are many sites available online that will help you create custom cards with a Disney flair. Last year I used Shutterfly.com for mine, but you will find that TinyPrints.com and SimplytoImpress.com also have great selections of holiday card templates that you can spruce up to create your ideal winter message. Disney's Photo Pass also has some fantastic holiday options available and will let you put a wintery border around your Photo Pass pictures, even if they were taken at a different time of year.
Landscapes - Walt Disney World offers some fantastic panoramas that would make for lovely Holiday Cards. Whether it's Spaceship Earth or the Castle that keeps drawing you deeper into the wonderful world, why not put a picture of it on your Christmas card?
People Pictures - Even if your family doesn't often get the chance to travel together, using a photo collage from Disney can give that impression. In the following card, pictures were taken from several different vacations. The Castle was used as the central theme, and family photos were added to give the impression that they were taken in one place and time.
Color - Disney Vacation Photos often have a warm and sunny feeling to them. Editing them to black and white provides a cohesive theme that can feel more wintery. Most of the online services for creating custom cards have editing tools to help you make the best holiday card possible. If the card design you like best has natural overtones, you may want to use the sepia filter on images.
Sharing the Magic of Disney is a fun way to celebrate the holiday and let people know that you care. Have you sent Disney Holiday Cards? Would the people on your list enjoy a little sunshine in the middle of the cold and snow? Leave a comment and let me know if you make magic with your cards!