Kardashians’ 2011 3D Holiday Card Unveiled
Dust off your 3D glasses, the annual Kardashian Family Khristmas Kard has arrived.
The First Family of Reality TV is spreading their holiday cheer with the release of their Christmas card with a special twist: 3D.
Kim unveiled the card on her website Monday morning:
“Here it is! Our 2011 Kardashian/Jenner family Christmas card!!! It was shot by the amazing Nick Saglimbeni and there’s a special 3D version that you can view with 3D glasses. I love our family Christmas cards shoots and I think this one looks amazing!”
The entire family — including newly single Kim, brother Rob, half-sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner, stepdad Bruce Jenner, mom Kris Jenner, sister Khloe, brother-in-law Lamar Odom, nephew Mason, sister Kourtney and Scott Disick — are featured in the photo.
The clan sports bow ties and various takes on menswear for the snap, shot by family photog Nick Saglimbeni.
Matriarch Kris who donned a shimmery teal dress for the photo.
Khloe calls it the “Kardashian/Jenner/Odom/Disick family” card:
“There’s nothing I love more than getting everyone together for the Christmas card shoot! I love everyone’s matching bow ties!”
In another embarrassing moment for Kim, it’s been revealed that hubby of 72 days Kris Humphries was a starring feature in her original cards. The 31-year-old placed a massive order with a stationary company to produce the cards, which featured her soon-to-be ex-husband, back in August.
But they’ll certainly be of no use now!
Kim organized the shots before she and Kris took off for their honeymoon, and according to Radar Online, the special X-Mas pic features the couple’s official wedding portrait.
“Kim…is obsessed with details and a total control freak. She wanted her Christmas cards to be perfect, and she wanted at least 10 different choices of holiday cards, black and white, malted finish, you name it, Kim thought of it.”
Kris has posted a special 3D version of the card, which she says was sent out with glasses to family and friends.
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