I feel that if you’re going to go through the effort of addressing all those envelopes and buying a ton of stamps, you really should send a meaningful Christmas card. Oh sure, years ago, I did the cheap boxed cards that really had no personal meaning to me, just so I can say I sent something out. Then I had Jacob, and my time became more limited. I cut down my list and started sending Holiday Cards that showcased the best of my year. Okay, the best of Jacob’s year, but hey, his best is my best, right?
The Tiny Prints Experience: More than Just a Christmas Card
Two years ago, I discovered Tiny Prints through a blog campaign much like this one. In fact, their cards were featured in one of my very first reviews, back before Pretty Opinionated was even born and I was still running my old personal blog. Since then, I’ve used them for Christmas Cards, business cards, and more. To me, their cards are more than just generic greetings that say “hey, I really don’t have time to actually pick out a card that has meaning, but I wanted to get something in the mail to you.” They’re actually more like holiday memories, captured on card stock and personalized with care.
The hardest part of the whole Tiny Prints ordering experience is deciding which card to get! I seriously spend a good two hours going through all their great designs before picking the one I like best. I mean, I only made it through the first page so far, and these are the ones I favorited already:
That’s one of the things I love about Tiny Prints: I can “heart” the ones I like best to add them to my favorites, then compare the different designs. By the time I’m done, I’ll probably have a good 50 in my favorites to start narrowing down. It really is a process for me, but a fun one!
Tiny Prints rolled out tons of new designs this year, and their cards feature new Premium DoubleThick™ Matte Paper. What does that mean? Well, I’m no expert on paper, so I’ll let them tell you.
If you want to create cards that are more like holiday memories, I highly suggest checking out Tiny Prints. Be sure to check out their Special Offer Page, as they have some really amazing deals throughout the holidays! Also check them out on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest for more info on great deals and new designs.
Note: I am receiving a credit to use towards my own cards for writing this post. This in no way affects my opinions, as I wouldn’t be writing about them if they didn’t rock!