Tiny Prints 2011 Holiday Photo Cards

As impossible as it seems, the Holidays are almost here. That means that it's time to start thinking about my Christmas cards. I honestly wasn't too happy with the company I went with last year, and I didn't know who I was going to order my cards from this year. Problem solved! After seeing the great Holiday Cards selection at Tiny Prints, I know I can check one thing off of my Christmas to-do list!

Even with over 400 cards to choose from, it was simple to narrow down what I was looking for with filters such as price, themes, and number of photos, and more.

It took me about 10 minutes to choose a card, and another 20 to personalize it. They have one of the easiest customization interfaces that I've ever used. The photos that I really wanted to use aren't on my new laptop, so I'll probably edit the final card before ordering, but this is what I have so far:

This is one of their new 5x7 Vintage cards, called Distinct Wishes: Dark Gray, but there are other color options of Eucalyptus and Scarlet that look just as gorgeous. I changed the color photos to Sepia because I liked the way it looked with the vintage style.  The price varies on the quantity ordered, but they are reasonably priced and right now you can save 20% off your entire order until 10/5! 

I can't wait to place my order and receive my cards. Tiny Prints also includes white envelopes for free with each order, and for an extra 24 cents each, they will print a return address on each envelope! How's that for service! 

If you are wanting to get a jump start on your holiday cards, visit Tiny Prints today!

*Disclosure: I will receive 50 cards in return for participating in the Tiny Prints 2011 Christmas Card Blog Campaign. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

**As of 11/14/13 all links were removed at the request of Tiny Prints.


Christa said...

Those look really nice. I need to start thinking about making Christmas cards as well!

My So Called Homeschool Life said...

I love the Vintage selection that they have. A couple of years ago, my daughter and I made all of our cards using my scrapbooking paper. It was time consuming, but fun. This year, I am just ordering some since I get 50 free, but next year I may make handmade ones again. It's hard to believe it's time to start thinking about stuff like that! lol