Friday, August 2, 2013

A Merry Merry Merry Munson Christmas

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Who:  Josh (Dad), Cindy (Mom), Caroline (4), Annaliese (3) and Millicent (1)

Location: Dilapidated barn in downtown Bryan, Texas

Props: None

Comments: I really wanted to go away from the traditional reds/greens or autumn colors that most Christmas cards seem to have (mine included)!  When I saw the darling sweater that Annaliese has on in the Garnet Hill catalog, I was SOLD on pink and grey.   

Designer: Sarah Giles Burns of Butterfly Chaser Photography (printed at Overnight Prints)

Photographer: Sarah Giles Burns of Butterfly Chaser Photography

Favorite Thing: I love the big girls playing with each other while Josh watches them.  I also love that we did a two sided card that allows for a lifestyle shoot that shows off my family's personality, yet also allows for a true family portrait. 


Katy's Thoughts: I love that Caroline and Annaliese are snuggled close nose to nose like sweet sisters should be. I LOVE that this showcases how awesome a picture can be even if no one is looking at the camera. 

Cindy's Thoughts: See above! :)


How could you recreate this card? There are lots of ways to recreate this card - use a dilapidated (that's such a fun word) barn or use the words MERRY MERRY MERRY or any holiday words really!

Getting PINspired: If you are thinking of recreating this, check out these pins: 
  1. Part of my inspiration came from this card.   
  2. Here's a great example of a family in front of a dilapidated barn.
  3. And here.
  4. And here

What's your favorite thing about this card? Leave your comments below!

1 comment:

  1. You know what makes me merry? Being besties with the HMMs! :)


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