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’Tis the season for taking family photos. Capturing the perfect Christmas card photo—especially if your family includes toddlers, teenagers or pets—can prove challenging for even the most patient of Santa’s helpers. If you want a photo beyond the family selfie, try some of these tips from Hallmark photographers. From what to wear to camera settings, we’ve rounded up some of their tried-and-true tricks for family photos, kids and babies and even pets, plus some fun Christmas card photo ideas.
We also included some of our favorite pet ornament ideas, including homemade dog paw print ornaments and the tennis ball ornament which our Aussie mix pup, Zelda, would probably fell the tree to fetch if she saw it! Also remember that we are continuing our for all pet photo Christmas card designs which we started last year in honor of our rescue girl Samus, who is doing great and loves her new foster – turned – adopted brother puppy dogs that she has to play with now too as well as her “sister” Zelda!
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The ideas for cute and funny Christmas pet pictures are virtually endless. Once you master the aforementioned tips, and then apply them to these holiday photo ideas: Pet Christmas Portraits - Christmas Portrait Ideas - Christmas Portraits Studio - Indoor Christmas Portraits - Diy dog Portraits - Toddler Christmas Portraits - Christmas Portraits dogs - Christmas Portraits at Home - Walck Portraits - Christmas Portraits Outfits - Baby Christmas Portraits - Santa - Coudersport - Potter County - Pennsylvania - animal photos - Ornament Picture - Ornament - Santa Claus - Santa Pictures - Santa pictures with pets - Santa picture backdrop - santa picture ideasChristmas card ideas with pets are becoming more and more popular. Whether it’s the fact that pets are a big part of the family or it’s sheerly their abundance of cuteness spearheading this rising trend, it’s hard to tell. All we know is that we like it and all the creativity and adorableness it brings to our favorite season. If you’re thinking of adding your cat or dog to your Christmas cards this year, make sure you do it right. Use these Christmas card ideas with pets to capture the perfect photo and find the perfect wording. We’ll help you make your pet in a paws-itively amazing.Pets are a special part of your family and your holiday cards should reflect that. These dog Christmas card ideas and tips will not only help you make your Christmas card unique, but also make it a lot easier to achieve the Christmas photos you envisioned. Once you’ve got the perfect shot and created your end of the year holiday cards you’ll want to assure that your sentiments make it to where they’re going. Follow our guides for , and to stay ahead of the holiday curve with proper etiquette.