If you smell yummy spices swirling through the air, perhaps feel a fresh cold breeze kiss your skin, you know that it’s that Thanksgiving time of year again. Thanksgiving is the time for apple pies, carving pumpkins and of course the turkey, and sending out Thanksgiving cards. Thanksgiving cards offered by Tiny Prints go above and beyond your usual Thanksgiving card because the Tiny Prints focus is on the Thanksgiving photo card. The Tiny Print difference begins with offering you a plethora of Fall colors from which you can choose - beautiful shades of red, dark green, bronze and many more. If you are having trouble choosing a color, then think of your favorite color of leaf when all the leaves change and fall from the trees in the Autumn.
And since the holidays are right around the corner, be sure to browse through our stunning 2014 personalized Christmas cards.
More Thanksgiving Cards:
"I missed sending tradiitional holiday greetings last year, so getting a headstart by sending Thanksgiving cards this year was perfect for me. The photo quality was probably more of a reflection on my originals being just "okay.""
"The paper quality was really nice and thick, the matte finish that was included was very nice and smooth. Our family photo turned out great and I have already received 4 compliments from friends who just received them in the mail yesterday!"
"Our card turned out beautifully! High quality all the way. I liked this design because I could change the wording. Instead of 'A Season of Thanks', I was able to change it to 'Happy Fall, Y'all'. So nice to not only personalize these items, but also to change the sentiment."
"I ordered this card and used sepia photos of my kids. The finished product was absolutely stunning. I am so pleased with the quality of tinyprints' products and with their service."
"Our family and friends are thrilled with their Thanksgiving treats. They are raving about the quality and the clarity of the pictures. Most importantly, we will be framing our copy to create a fall photo gallery in our family room."