Daily Shot: What Makes the Perfect Family Holiday Card?

Daily Shot
ParentingDecember 19, 2012


Ali and John dissect holiday cards from celebrities like Howard Stern and the Romneys, naming a few of the best, worst, and weirdest. They wonder whether the tradition is dying out; Ali says the goal should be to strike a balance between the Kardashian's overly stylized family photo and a plain old red card with a gold bell (yawn).

How much effort goes into your family Christmas card? Let us know in the comments!

To continue the holiday festivities, Ali and John share a fun, kid-friendly recipe for super-cute teddy bear sleighs made out of mini candy bars, mini candy canes, and teddy grahams and give the details of their Daily Shot giveaway, which gives viewers the chance win a $25 gift card to Baskin Robbins and Dunkin Donuts and a signed holiday card from Ali and John. Just visit the Daily Shot Facebook page or Tweet the show at @DailyShotNews for your chance to win!




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