"I thought I was ahead of the game by getting my Christmas card ordered before the first of December...but when I hadn't received my order a couple of weeks later I tracked it only to find that I had accidently had it shipped to my old address and the person who received it shipped it back to Tiny Prints. I opened a chat to find out how I could get the cards found and shipped to my current address and the person helping me put in a ticket for a new order and I had the completed cards on my doorstep within 2 days. Awesome customer service! Thank you so much!"
"Great card... Loved that I could put a "main" pic and a few smaller ones! Infinite possibilities. Paper quality was good, pics were bright. Loved that Christ was emphasized in Christmas most of all- that's getting harder to find. (Christmas version of course!). Only thing I wish is that I had chosen the luminescent look... But that was my oversight!"
"I chose this design one day and had it expertly delivered two days later! The printing was flawless and Tiny Prints was a breeze to work with. I have used Tiny Prints before and will continue using them for my printing needs!"
"This was definitely the best experience I have had with an online site for holiday cards. TIny Prints was very accommodating, offering me a discount because the site was slow and shipping my cards two days earlier than estimated. The cards came out beautiful and all of my family and friends loved them! I will definitely be using Tiny Prints again. The card itself, in person, looks exactly like it does online. My version said "wishing you a Christmas full of Merry" and it was perfect. These are the best holiday cards I have ever purchased!"
"I liked this card because the color scheme was basic, black and white. The photo I used was mainly a white backdrop, with some black and a bit of blue. I did not use a black and white photo. Looked great! Printing and paper quality is great. This is the 4th or 5th time I've ordered from Tiny Prints. Comes so fast! Love that part of it. Always a bit more dull looking than staring at the lit up computer screen, but that's to be expected..."