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Tips for Taking a Great Holiday Photo

Tips for Taking a Great Holiday Photo
Tips for Taking a Great Holiday Photo

Ideas for a Fridge-worthy Holiday Photo Card, without all the Fuss
 

It’s that time of year again. You’re probably getting ready to bust out the holiday jammies and makeshift tripod—one more task on that ever-growing to-do list. With parties, school plays, cookie exchanges and house guests, we impress ourselves if we can get our season’s greetings out on time.
 

When it comes to making your holiday card, there’s no need to overachieve with a big production. (But if that’s your thing, we salute you!) Remember that what matters most is showing your loved ones that you’re thinking of them. And you can do that in a way that’s totally you, and totally stress-free.
 

Here are a few ideas for a no-fuss—yet fridge-worthy—holiday photo card. Bells, whistles and holiday jammies not required.
 

Pop of color

Grab the fam and jump in front of a bold, solid-colored wall, strike a pose and snap a pic. Simple yet eye-catching, this is an easy way to spread the cheer.
 

Capture the cozy

Skip the stress of getting that perfect family photo and instead capture a sweet little detail from the everyday. Whether it’s a beautiful Christmas cookie or a fresh snow fall, sharing the cozy vibes of the season is sure to make spirits bright.
 

Light it up

String lights are a great prop for making any scene merry and bright. Let the kids get tangled up in them or adorn your pets in a twinkling glow. . . because who can resist a festive fur ball?
 

Worried about getting your cards in the mail on time? We’ve got you covered. Our holiday cards are available for free Same Day Pickup at more than 6,500 Walgreens locations.
 

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