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Kim Kardashian Offers a Look at Family's 3-D Christmas Card

December 20, 2011 (5:04 am) GMT
The card shot by Nick Saglimbeni and posted on Kim's blog features all 11 members of the Kardashian/Jenner family minus the reality star's estranged husband Kris Humphries.
Kim Kardashian Offers a Look at Family's 3-D Christmas Card

With Christmas around the corner, unveils what her family has prepared for the 2011 holiday season. On Monday, December 19, the "" star took to her official blog to share with fans the Kardashian/Jenner new Christmas card.

The card features all 11 members of Kim's family posing in their best formal attire complete with matching bow ties. All of them rocked black numbers with the exception of matriarch , who opted to go with a shimmery teal dress. Missing from the group was Kim's estranged husband .

In the accompanying post, the 31-year-old reality star dished, "It was shot by the amazing Nick Saglimbeni and there's a special 3-D version that you can view with 3-D glasses." About the shot she used as the blog's photo, she gushed, "I love our family Christmas cards shoots and I think this one looks amazing!"

Also taking it to her blog to share the card was Kim's older sister, . The mother of one, who in the card posed next to boyfriend and their son Mason, wrote, "There's nothing I love more than getting everyone together for the Christmas card shoot! I love everyone's matching bow ties!"

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