Card Description: This product will no longer be available for purchase after September 30, 2009.
Whether it's the first day of Christmas or the twelfth, this adorable holiday photo birth announcement is the perfect way to share your newborn baby's pictures with friends and family.
This First Day: Mint design from our winter boy birth announcements category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Mrs Eaves Roman
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"We used similar pictures to the ones shown on the display card. Great example! It looked great! Loved the high quality, heavy duty paper. The colors were bright and we got tons of comments on the beautiful cards and matching address stickers. Super high quality cards...could not have been better!"
Date: Apr 9, 2009
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Asa Kelly Mehler
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"We got so many compliments on the unique design of this card. People loved that it wasn't just blue all over (for a baby boy). We changed the writing to say, "With great joy we welcome" and then our son's name. We added "Love" before our names at the bottom. We thought the final product was very high quality... nice thickness of card, good quality of envelopes. My only complaint is that we were shorted on envelopes. One package of envelopes arrived already opened and I didn't think much of it until we ended up about 10 short. I didn't bother calling to sort it out because I had to get announcements in the mail very soon, so I just had to use cheap plain envelopes on some. Not quite the same presentation to say the least."