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Photo Christmas Cards from Tiny Prints

Its less than six weeks to Christmas. This is where my stress levels start rising as I think about all the gifts I have to buy, the crafts I want to whip up, and the baked goodies I want to make (and eat). One thing I am getting a head start on though is our Christmas card.

For the last two years, I've been getting my Christmas cards from TinyPrints. I really loved this Chloe-as-a-bear card from two years ago and our tri-fold card from last year so it was a no-brainer to go back to them again for this year's batch. There's a few things I love about TinyPrints:
  • their cardstock is thick and the colours print nice and sharp
  • cards are printed with a design on the front AND back. Plus, you can customize the back with additional photos or text at no extra cost!
  • pricing includes white envelopes
  • the unique design options: rounded corners, full bleed photos, round cards & many more
Their website makes it really easy to pick and choose your card design. You can add cards to your favourites as you browse and you'll see them in a bucket at the bottom of your screen. This makes it easy to compare and save everything that catches your eye. Once you've settled on a few, you can personalize them and save them in your projects folder until you're ready to purchase.

Here's a few I tried out... modern & trendy cards:

traditional cards:

and multi-photo cards:

I think this is the one we'll be ordering (Mom, avert your eyes!). HandyMan liked the modern, clean look and I liked that I could put a photo of Chloe front & centre ('coz, seriously, we all know she's the looker in the family) and a family photo on the back with a short message. Isn't it sad, this is the only half-decent photo I have of the three of us this year.

At least that's one thing I can cross off my list! If you're in the market for Christmas or holiday cards, do have a look at Tiny Prints.


Disclosure: Tiny Prints will be providing me with free cards this year but I love their products so much, I would have happily paid for them as I have in the past.

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