A Toronto family is taking the classic holiday greeting card to a whole new level. 

Megan Saxton, her husband Joao Paulo Medeiros and 6-year-old daughter Ila have been creating one-of-a-kind Christmas cards for the past seven years.

Family Christmas Card

Megan Saxton and her husband Joao Paulo Medeiros's first Christmas card featured the couple as Rudolph and Vixen. (Submitted by Megan Saxton)

The first year featured the couple as two Christmas reindeer, Rudolph and Vixen. The reaction from friends and family was so positive they decided to make it a tradition, featuring their newborn daughter in their sophomore card, re-creating a nativity scene.

Saxton Medeiros Holiday card

After welcoming their daughter Ila in November of 2012 the couple decided to shoot a classic Nativity scene for their card. (Submitted by Megan Saxton)

"We're both pretty creative people," said Saxton. "The year before Ila was born we got in front of the camera together and got a little silly and it just escalated."

"We keep feeling like we have an audience to show up for every year."  

Scarface Saxton Medeiros

The family doesn't always stick to festive themes, opting one year to create a Scarface inspired image. (Submitted by Megan Saxton)

The themes for the cards are changed every year-- from Scarface to The Addams Family

This year's card was largely inspired by Medeiros's decision to grow a beard. When the time came for him to shave it off he transitioned to a moustache that looks a lot like Salvador Dali's and the nod to the surrealist painter was born. 

Addams' Family Christmas Card

Saxton and Medeiros say attention to detail is important, using Photoshop and props to create a scene in their home. (Submitted by Megan Saxton)

"Ila has been really into it," Saxton said. "She's quite a ham." 

Saxton says her favourite version so far has been the family's take on John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Bed-In for Peace. 

"It was so simple and the message was so perfect for the time of year."

Bed-In for Peace Saxton Medeiros

Saxton says this card has been her favourite to date, depicting John and Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono. (Submitted by Megan Saxton)

Saxton says she plans to continue the tradition, shooting the card every year on their daughter's birthday, about a month before Christmas. 

"People are really excited to receive it. Every year we wonder how we're going to outdo the previous year," she said.