Share your favorite seasonal icon with this delightful holiday photo card. Studio Basics designs feature a coated finish, artwork by Tiny Prints designers and prices that are easy on your pocketbook.
Wreath Monogram, created by Tiny Prints Studio Basics, comes from our Christmas card collection and is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, photo cards, holiday party invitations, photo books and calendars.
Skillful designers will review your Christmas card orders for layout, spelling and etiquette to ensure that all of your Christmas cards are unblemished. Trust us with your custom Christmas cards and you'll be sure to wow everyone on your custom Christmas card list.
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Card Paper Types:
Studio Basics: 110 lb., 14 point thickness, Semi-glossy, Matte coat finish
Card Type Styles:
Pebbles Semi All Caps
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"The card itself was great, but the customer service was even better. They called me to tell me my picture was overexposed and held my order until I could get another to them. Very personlized service."
Studio Basics designs feature a coated finish, artwork by Tiny Prints designers and prices that are easy on your pocketbook.
Card Designer: Jenny Jordan Designs for Tiny Prints Studio Basics . Flat Card
Frame your favorite photo in the charming illustrated wreath in this holiday photo card. Studio Basics designs feature a coated
finish, artwork by Tiny Prints designers and prices that are easy on your pocketbook. Illustrated Wreath, created by Tiny Prints ...