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Holiday Cards for Baby's First Christmas

Emily rounded up the best birth announcements for the holidays, but there are some other really cute holiday cards in case your baby is due before/around the holidays.

And the best part is that if your baby is due right before Christmas, and you don’t get these cards sent out for another month, your family and friends will still be ecstatic.

Why? Because no one can resist a baby’s first Christmas.

Take a look at some of my favorites:

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  • Year in Review, $163 for 100 1 of 9
    Year in Review, $163 for 100
    This was a big year for you — for one very important reason.
    Buy from Minted.
  • Peace on Earth Banner, $163 for 100 2 of 9
    Peace on Earth Banner, $163 for 100
    This one can also be a birth announcement.
    Buy from Minted.
  • A New Stocking Holiday Photo, $163 for 100 3 of 9
    A New Stocking Holiday Photo, $163 for 100
    There's one more stocking hung in your house this year.
    Buy from Minted.
  • First Christmas Gift Tags, 25 for $19 4 of 9
    First Christmas Gift Tags, 25 for $19
    Send out your favorite photo with a special First Christmas stamp.
    Buy from Minted.
  • First Winter: Ruby, $159 for 100 5 of 9
    First Winter: Ruby, $159 for 100
    Another one that includes birth stats.
    Buy from Tiny Prints.
  • Number One Noel: Wintergreen, $199 for 100 6 of 9
    Number One Noel: Wintergreen, $199 for 100
  • My First Christmas, $159 for 100 7 of 9
    My First Christmas, $159 for 100
    A sweet First Christmas card for a baby girl.
    Buy from Tiny Prints.
  • First Holiday, $159 for 100 8 of 9
    First Holiday, $159 for 100
    I love this option, with multiple spots for photos.
    Buy from Tiny Prints.
  • Bare Essentials, $159 for 100 9 of 9
    Bare Essentials, $159 for 100
    It doesn't get much sweeter than this.
    Buy from Paper Culture.

Newly pregnant? Check out these holiday pregnancy announcements.

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