Messianic Jewish Calendar at Tiny Prints. Choose from custom and personalized designs of any Messianic Jewish Calendar
Customer reviews Messianic Jewish Calendar
May 28, 2014lovely ornament!
"I am very pleased with this ornament overall, but I feel that there are some tiny issues with it. 1: There are two tiny specs in the resin. 2: The resin dried at an uneven level. It is thicker at the bottom. 3: The printing is a little pale, but the image is crisp. I definitely recommend using contrasting writing colours to your photo. The brown writing looked great on my light picture without being too harsh, like black would have been. White would have been barely visible, even with the subtle shadow. This came out very pretty and I think my husband and mother-in-law got a little emo over it. It is the best "baby's first Christmas" photo ornament ever!"
January 20, 2014Great Design
"A very simple, classic design! I had 3 sets of photos that I was considering for the card...a sporting event, a black tie event and a graduation. I had a hard time deciding which to use as this design works with everything! I am very happy with the finished card and received great feedback."
January 17, 2014Happy New Year!
"I've received many compliments on my card! I was behind and didn't get Christmas cards done in time so did this instead. I think my friends spent more time looking and admiring my card because the rush of the holidays was over. The paper feels like a fine heavy quality and the layout is attractive. I was very pleased. Be sure to get the larger envelopes because the post office charges .20 more per card for square ones."
January 17, 2014gorgeous!
"Absolutely stunning... always so very happy w/ Tiny Prints. I will definitely buy again and again. Design tool is quick and easy. Love!!!!"
November 26, 2013Fun fresh card
"We love this card. We love how fun, unique, and fresh the card feels. It is particularly fitting for our family since my husband is Jewish and I am not, the card manages to cover all the bases without taking itself too seriously, while remaining respectful and appropriate for both sides of the family."