Make a fashionable statement with your holiday photo cards this year by personalizing this ornately framed choice from Elum. Intricately detailed and infinitely chic, this design is a sparkling way to show off your style.
Sparkling Frame, created by Elum for Tiny Prints, comes from our flat holiday photo 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.
Detail-oriented designers will review your flat holiday photo card orders for layout, spelling and etiquette to ensure that all of your flat holiday photo cards are perfectly ideal. Trust us with your custom holiday photo cards and you'll be sure to please everyone on your custom holiday photo card list.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Premium DoubleThick™ Matte: 240 lb., 35 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Mrs Eaves All Small Caps
Mrs Eaves Roman
Card Ink Colors:
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Antique Gold Shimmer
Platinum Silver Shimmer
Pearl White Shimmer
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Please note that USPS charges an additional fee ranging from 20¢ to 44¢ to mail square envelopes. To avoid this fee, please select our modified rectangular envelopes during the personalization process instead of the default square envelopes.
"First, understand I work as a creative professional (director over 17 years) so have a keen eye for design, production detail and delivery... Love the design. Excellent ornate design to pair with non-traditional images for a little modern holiday greeting flare (think Juicy). Color combo is great (deep gray w/ aqua pop)—also very modern and top color trend for 2010. My issues are two-fold. First the quality of card stock (thickness) and second, the ability to see the pixelation (DPI or dots-per-inch) which is quite obvious when looking at the thin line weight illustrative graphic. Perhaps it is a combo of the two on this press? In my experience had a designer on my team showed this for approval—and I'd known the press/paper including challenges—I would have had them either make it work so there would be no obvious pixelation or scrap the design. That said, this wasn't a big deal for perhaps 50% of my recipients but as 50% of my friends have worked with me in the biz in some capacity I wasn't too happy. As I've been 110% happy in the past and have received many-many TP holiday cards all of which look fantastic, I thought it important to mention my thoughts/feedback pertaining to this design. And to be honest would be a consideration for what I might select in the future."