"I thought the card turned out very nice. I was surprised you didn't put in a couple of extra envelopes at no cost like Shutterfly. Was thrilled you had so many cards for Chinese New Year."
"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."
"Most lunar new year cards have Chinese characters or say Happy "Chinese" New Year. I celebrate Vietnamese New Year and found this card to work with my ethnic background. This was one of the only cards that did not have any Chinese characters. I just added in the saying "Chuc Mung Nam Moi" along with my family name to help identify the card with my ethnic lunar celebration. I hope Tiny Prints will keep other ethnic groups in mind next lunar new year."
"This was a beautiful Christmas Card and the quality was wonderful. There was room to showcase three photos while still having enough room to list the year's highlights."
"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."