About two weeks ago, I received $50 to spend at Tiny Prints as part of a Global Influence campaign that I participated in back at the end of January. Before that, I had heard good things about Tiny Prints, but never ordered from them. The campaign required posting about Tiny Prints before getting the certificate, so I did a rather generic post based on very little experience.
I received my $50 certificate (I chose that because I didn’t really need greeting cards at the moment) and used it to create a 12×12 mounted print collage of my grandparents, both of whom passed away within the last three years. I wanted to make a collage of their wedding pictures and finish it off with their 50th anniversary pictures, but the wedding pictures are scans of old photos, so I wasn’t sure how it would come out. The photo here doesn’t do it justice, because the finished product is so much more vivid. I’m not sure what they did at Tiny Prints, but it came out perfect. The blacks are sharper and the whites less overwhelmingly bright. They really took great care to give me the best possible collage. I also ordered some cute stickers for my son, which were originally supposed to be gift tags, but I changed the text around and created “treasure tag” labels.
While the collage was extremely impressive, the level of customer service at Tiny Prints is outstanding. Within five minutes after placing my order, they called me because they had concerns over my weird address and wanted to double-check the information. I have what looks like two street addresses, but one just leads to a bank of mailboxes while the other is for home delivery services like UPS. While regular mail only requires the one main address, anything that I think may come by another service gets both addresses, otherwise I lose packages. The order arrived pretty quickly, considering the care they put into producing each order. After my collage and stickers arrived, I received a lovely “thank you card,” personalized with a note about how they enjoyed the pictures of my grandparents. That little note alone earned them a loyal customer.
Note- While I received a free certificate for the first post about Tiny Prints done weeks ago, I am not receiving anything for this review. I am just so impressed with Tiny Prints that I thought it warranted another post.