"I was very pleased with the quality of the card. I did add the pearlized paper and was happy with my choice. The picture quality was good and everything arrived promptly."
"This card worked very well as our 2012 Christmas card. I was able to change all of the wording underneath the photo for our family's message, though you aren't able to edit the word "Blessed" at the top (which was fine since that's why I chose this card). I love that there are multiple color options; red, green and gray. I would like to see more, maybe a blue or gold, especially for the holidays. I opted for green with rounded corners, which I usually prefer on square cards. I also like that you can edit the back by choosing from several colors. I chose the snowflakes and added one more picture. The only thing I didn't like was that I wasn't able to add any text to the back of the card. Unless I somehow missed it, I don't think that was an option, which is unfortunate since I know it is on some of their other cards. Overall a wonderful card that I got many compliments on."
"This was a perfect holiday card. The wording is simple yet so fitting for the time of year. I really appreciated the fact that you had some flexibility with personalizing the border background as well as the wording and front size and type. The quality of the paper was great and did not distort the picture in any way. All 200 cards arrived with the exact same quality. The only very small draw back was that the card did not fold perfectly. It was a little longer in the back than the front but that did not take away. Everyone who received the card said it was our best one yet. Thank you! This was my first time using this site and it was such a positive experience that I will definitely use again."
"This is the second year we have been thrilled with our Christmas cards from Tiny Prints!We especially appreciate the options for religious sentiments and personalization."
"Very happy with the cards and the service was amazing,I even received a call to let me know one of the photos looked blurry and we substituted another one"