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Got Your Free Cards? Now Get a Free Photo Book

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Did you order your 50-100 free photo cards from SeeHere.com? I did and was pleasantly surprised to get them by FedEx just a couple days later! They are beautifully printed.

The only thing I don't love about these cards is that they are printed on photo paper, and each one has a long string of numbers printed on the backside. Personally, when I have cards made I like to get either a folding card or something backed with regular paper to make adding a personal message easier. But hey -- the cards were free, the shipping was free, and they even include envelopes. So I'll probably print up a Christmas letter for our personal greetings and be happy with it.

This freebie can still be ordered through Nov. 30, with the code freebies4mom-1109. There have been a couple of changes due to overwhelming response: They are now offering only 4x8 cards instead of the 5x7s seen here. Also, they're now charging $3.19 for shipping. I'm not sure about the status of the other 50-card coupon code that I used, newbaby. But if that code doesn't work anymore and you need more than 50 cards, remember that you can do this deal once for each person in your household. You would have to upload your image to a new account for each person, though.

And here's ANOTHER free photo offer that would make a great holiday gift: A free 20-page photo book from PhotoWorks with the coupon code BONNIE. This is a giveaway from the Bonnie Hunt Show -- gotta love that Chicago gal! This code expires 12/7, but apparently there are only 25,000, so don't wait until the last minute.

Thanks to Freebies4Mom for the heads-up on that one, too.

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sbcthemuse said:

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I bought cards printed on photo paper last year, and got around the ugly text on the back by printing a little message on those large, square, sticker mailing labels. Then I just signed them and stuck one on the back of each card!

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