By now, it's surprising to no one that everything the Kardashian family does is ridiculously over-the-top -- from Kris' facelift to Kim's lavish wedding to Kourtney and Scott's dramatic fights. So when it comes to something like sending a Christmas card, fans know better than to expect an image of a snowman with a Santa hat. No, the reality fam chose instead to don complementary ensembles (bowties and the color black are prominent, but nothing too matchy-matchy) and have photographer Nick Saglimbeni snap their pic in 3-D!
The Kardashians pop a pose for the holidays. Nick Saglimbeni/Celebuzz.com
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" stars have created a holiday greeting every year since the trio of older sisters were little girls. In 2009, the producer of their reality show Ryan Seacrest even made his way into the pic! This time around, the card features a few relative newcomers to the clan, including Khloe's hubby of two years, Lamar Odom, Kourtney's boyfriend Scott Disick (near the couple's adorable little Mason!), as well as Rob Kardashian, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Bruce and Kris Jenner, and Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney Kardashian. One person who's missing, of course, is Kim's estranged husband, Kris Humphries, who looks like he would've fit perfectly into the space next to his bride ... if only they'd stayed together a couple more months. Sigh.
Despite the lack of Kris' presence, both Kim and Kourtney raved about the card on their blogs, where they posted the pic. "I love our family Christmas cards shoots and I think this one looks amazing!," Kim wrote. Meanwhile, Kourtney noted, "There's nothing I love more than getting everyone together for the Christmas card shoot! I love everyone's matching bow ties!" Mason's mama also advised that fans who have 3-D glasses lying around the house check out the 3-D version of the greeting. "It's crazy!" she added.
Do you like the card? Will you check it out in 3-D? Or have you had enough of the reality family for 2011?
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And if that's not enough Kardashian excitement for one day, then you're in luck: a special episode of the show, "Kendall's Sweet 16," airs at 9 p.m. ET/PT Monday on E!.