2007 Holiday Card Designs


Yes, it’s almost that time of year … can you believe it? School will be starting soon and right after that all the stores will start displaying all the holiday decorations. I’m getting a head start this year and showing off the new 2007 Holiday Card Designs now! Custom design is also available, please inquire for further details and pricing.
It’s not too early to start thinking about your holiday cards. Fall is a very popular time for portraits because many people want to send holiday cards with portraits of their family or children and portraits are always a great gift for friends and family too! If you would like to have your portraits done in the fall NOW is the time to call. Don’t wait until it’s too late to schedule your fall portraits and miss the beautiful fall colors. Keep in mind I am usually booked out 3-4 weeks in advance and the colors will usually start to change at the end of September on through mid-October.
I have also established the holiday deadlines which I will continue to remind everyone of as fall and winter draw nearer.
The last day for sessions in time for orders to be placed and received before December 18th is November 18, 2007
The last day for orders to be placed and received before December 18th is December 4, 2007
All orders must be picked up before 5pm on December 18, 2007
Why December 18th? Because that is last business day of the year for Tiffany Hix Photography. We will resume business as usual January 8, 2008.

  1. Lynne says:

    Those are adorable cards Tiff!


ABOUT tiffany

I'm a photographer based in Boise, ID that specializes in helping you record your family history through all it's stages. From brand new, to their senior year, and beyond. 

Over the last 18+ years, I've served hundreds of families, played with thousands of kiddos, and told a million punny jokes in order to create magic for families across Boise, Meridian, Eagle and the surrounding Idaho areas. And I'd be honored to do the same for you! After all, I was voted Best Family Photographer in Boise.