Card Description: This product will no longer be available for purchase after September 30, 2009.
Let the holiday spirit ring! These tiny bells sing out everything that's wonderful and elegant about the season.
This Little Bells design from our flat holiday photo card category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
Accomplished designers will review your photo card orders for layout, spelling and etiquette to ensure that all of your photo cards are beautiful. Trust us with your photo cards and be ready to delight everyone on your 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:
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"I was very happy with this holiday card. I had a picture of both my kids together in the center box and then an individual picture of each child on each side. The card stock is high quality and the images were true to life."
"I thought the card was very well designed in terms of the layout and graphic clarity. It was a clean idea that was thoughfully executed. I think offering greater options in terms of size and types of fonts would be a benefit of this card design. The card was well received by friends and family. In my view, the only thing that lacked a bit was the quality of the photos. I had downloaded rather high resolution shots and got a quality that could have been achieved with a lower resolution. So I think it would be nice that Tiny Prints either set a lower limit on the resolution of files if they can't produce a better quality print, or try to improve the quality of their photo printing. These types of limits should be related to the media that they are printed on. i.e. high resolution on a matte card stock is not worth it."