The Harnisch Family

The Harnisch Family

Dec 27, 2011

2011 Christmas Cards!

One of the best parts of Christmas is taking the time to look back at our photos taken throughout the year and determine which ones are Christmas card "worthy".  After an exhaustive search, these are the ones that made the cut  :-)  They tell the story of where we've been and what we've been up to. 
While getting them created & printed, tweaking the mailing list, labeling, stuffing and stamping may seem laborous.  And it is.  Once it's all said & done, it's totally worth it!  A true labor of love.  McKenzie enjoyed helping me out this year.  So if you received a card, with a crooked label or an upside down stamp, you'll know who's fault it was.  hehe!

The other best part is receiving cards & letters from several family & friends.  I LOVE walking down to the end of the driveway for a peek in the mailbox this time of year.  The coolest part about this year, was that there were about 15 or so families who created their cards with photos that I "Sherri Harnisch Picture Taker" had taken.  SOOOOO FUUUNNNNN!!

Speaking of Sherri Harnisch Picture Taker - my new little hobby turned side-gig - check out my new facebook page (and "like" it if you haven't already done so).  This is where I have been posting some of my more recent shoots.  I really enjoy being able to share their sneak peeks, usually within 24 hours of their sesssion.  I especially love that their FB family & friends can view them and enjoy them as well.  It's fun to see their "comments" & "likes".   Makes all the time I put into taking & editing them totally worth it.  :-)
October, November & December have been VERY busy.  I seriously had 28 shoots in the last three months.  whew.  Maybe a little busier than I would have preferred, but I had a great time with each family and loved having the opportunity to capture this moment in time for them!  It is truly an honor.

below are just a few of the families of which we were actually on the mailing list for this year, who used my pics for their cards  :-)

I enjoyed being on the receiving end and being able to see how they all turned out!

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