Kardashian Christmas Card: Guess Who's Photoshopped!

The famous family is having a white Christmas! Can you tell which of the reality stars weren't actually present for the group shot?

The Kardashian-Jenner Christmas card has arrived!

Every year the Keeping Up with the Kardashians family outdoes themselves with a glamorous Christmas photoshoot. This year they literally went for a white Christmas, and Kim Kardashian unveiled the white-themed card on her blog on Tuesday morning.

"Here it is!! Our 2012 family Christmas card shot by the amazing Nick Saglimbeni!" she posted. "We had such a fun time shooting this!"

Unfortunately, Kanye West didn't get a spot on the holiday card. (Maybe next year!) However, Kim does use the photo to honor her late kitten Mercy, who passed away earlier this month.

In addition to the adorable cat, the entire rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan appears on the card -- including Kourtney Kardashian's baby girl, Penelope. (How cute is her tutu?!) And while the the 12 reality stars look like one big, happy family, Khloe Kardashian Odom admitted recently that some members of the group actually had to be Photoshopped into the shot.

So who wasn't actually there during the family photoshoot?

It turns out, Kendall got sick that day and Khloe and Lamar were out of town for a Clippers game, so they used some digital trickery to add them in. Also added in at a later date was Kourtney Kardashian's partner Scott Disick.

"We pretend that we're always together. The powers of cameras and Photoshop," Khloe joked. Let's face it: The missing people aren't the only thing that looks Photoshopped in this image -- but we love it anyway!

How does this year's card compare to the family's previous cards?

2011:

 

2010:

 

2009:

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