Ringing in the New Year with Yellow New Years Cards is a fun way to celebrate the holidays. Have you ever considered giving them to your friends and family at a New Year’s party? With festive cheer and merriment all around, sharing Yellow New Years Cards with loved ones would be a great idea. You could send a special message to each member letting them know how excited you are to be starting off the New Year with their presence in your life. Yellow New Years Cards are a delightful treat to send off to your guests at your upcoming New Years party.
Customer reviews of our Yellow New Years Cards
January 20, 2015Perfect
"High quality paper, which has a nice weight and feel. Perfect for those of us who did not get regular seasonal cards out on time."
January 12, 2015Gorgeous Card
"Card will touch your heart! Perfect Sentiment and the affirmations on the reverse side are reminders to make everyday count! I loved the card and most of the recipients either texted or e-mailed they loved it too! :)"
December 25, 2014love them!
"The paper quality was fantastic - heavy and colorful. The printing was clear and easy to read. We were very pleased with the cards and received many compliments from friends and family who received them."
February 15, 2014Chinese New Year card
"Love the quality of the paper. For the square designs, the "Happy New Year" greeting font could be smaller so that it doesn't overwhelm the main photo."
February 7, 2014Great card, but...
"I was so happy to see that TinyPrints had cards for the "Chinese"New Year! The card turned out beautifully, love that the horse is in the background. I am also always happy when there are multiple photo spots, as we have 4 kids and can never choose just one family photo. One small thing (which is why 3 stars for design): in China, we just say "Happy New Year". I think you could do the exact same card and just put Happy New Year. The horse and the chinese character will indicate what you mean. A small thing, but it was my pet peeve with all the "chinese" new year cards. But, again, so happy that they were available on Tiny Prints. Now, if you could just put them inside a red envelope to more closely resemble hong bao, it would be perfect!"