Giveaways, Holidays, Paper Goods

No More Excuses to Not Send Out Holiday Cards!

Holiday Cards from Postable

It’s hard to believe, but the holiday season is upon us! While it is my favorite time of year, the season also adds a number of line items to my to-do list, number one being holiday cards. I truly have a love/hate relationship with holiday cards […]


Holidays, Tips & Trends

How to Make Family Pictures Less Stressful

Kids Photo Shoot Outfit Inspiration

I love fall. The outfits are better, the coffee is better, everyone starts thinking about the holidays and the highly anticipated cool weather starts to arrive. But with the change of the seasons comes the pressure to take family pictures […]


Giveaways, Paper Goods

Giveaway: $250 Gift Certificate to Minted

Holiday Cards from Minted

It’s a little bit unnerving to see holiday merchandise in the stores pre-Halloween, but it truly is one of my favorite times of year, so I say ’tis the season! Holiday cards are a well-loved tradition in my family […]


Giveaways, Holidays, Paper Goods

Giveaway: Minted Holiday Cards

minted holiday cards

When selecting our family holiday card, minted is always on the top of my list. They have mastered the art of paper goods! One Project Nursery reader will have the chance to win 100 holiday photo cards or foil pressed photo cards and custom backers. […]


Holidays, Paper Goods

Jump Starting Our Holiday Cards with Zazzle

Zazzle Holiday Photo Cards

It’s our fantastic partners that keep Project Nursery moving forward and allow us to do what we love, and for that, we look forward to saying thanks. In lieu of our usual mushy blog post, we’ve decided to take our genuine holiday gratitude and make it official on shimmery holiday cards with Zazzle and love from “The Project Nursery Family.” […]


Do-It-Yourself, Holidays

DIY: Santa’s Photobooth Christmas Cards

Photobooth Props for Christmas Card

A few weeks ago, I wrote about some fun Christmas Card ideas, and I fell in love with one in particular! Our cards have always been more formal—with a traditional family picture and closeups of the kiddos. This year I wanted to mix it up a bit and make our card more fun and playful. After all, 2012 was that