"As a family with 4 different last names, being able to customize the bottom text was awesome. Everything including the picture quality was exactly as the preview depicted. The paper was nice and thick, and looked great. Since we dropped the ball on the traditional holiday card, we chose this card as we ended up sending it out at the end of January (oops!). We also utilized the option for Tiny Prints to send the cards for us by uploading our addresses and it was so easy and perfect! Definitely a massive time saver!!"
"I ordered this card in the pearl paper and it turned out great. I ordered about 35 to send to our business partners in China. They love red, so the color was perfect, and the snake detail on the back is nice. The wrong envelopes were sent to me in the initial shipment - very cute 2.5 x 3.5 inch ones! I called in and the proper sized ones were shipped that day to me. A little inconvenient, but Tiny Prints made it right. Their envelope quality is great so it was worth waiting a couple days to get theirs rather then going out to buy replacements at a craft store."
"Sending a same all same all cards from stores are so boring. Electro E-mail cards are fine and convenience, but when you turn off the e-mail or computer, it dead cold as far as I am concerned. So, I decided to make images of my family as my Christmas and New Year card, since my family and relatives lives overseas. Old fashion? but paper cards are still feel very warm and alive. You can feel the paper and you can view the photos as close as your heart. All my family, relatives and friends lives far away from me loves photo cards."
"I took the opportunity to share highlights of a family trip over the summer with some great casual shots of the children for this end of year holiday card. There was even a spot for a picture of my husband an I on the bottom which was perfect for send off. Got great feedback from all the friends and family."
"This card turned out beautiful! The paper and print quality is fantastic and I've received several compliments. I used closeups in the 3 corner spots and they are the right size for a close up viewing someone's face. In the middle, I used a picture of a holiday scene in our city (state capital with Texas flag and Christmas tree). One picture is a further away picture of people and shows a bit of scenery. It is not a close up and it is too small to see faces/detail of the people in it, but it looks fine to show some local scenery. I chose this card because the pictures I used for my card were taken at different time and different scenery. This layout made is not so obvious that the scenery and backgrounds are not the same. I also didn't have a great picture of everyone together, so used face closeups in different squares to show our family (Brady Bunch style!)."