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"The one issue I struggled with was with the text. I wish I had more control over the point size of the text (I wanted it smaller than offered). Also, I would have preferred to have 2 lines of text (I also wanted to say "Happy Holidays" but there is only a format for essentially one word.) We used this format for a work holiday card (with a group photo of the employees) and it's awkward having the name of the company without a holiday greeting as well. There were no other formats that worked for this use. Keith"
"I loved this card and have received many compliments on it. I will say a MAJOR frustration, was that it was only available with a very bold graphic design as the back of the card. I had a selection of back and white, red and white, or green and white. My photo was in a sepia tone, so clearly none of the above would work. I would have preferred no graphic at a ll on the back, and let the photo speak for itself. (when the card is displayed, one can see the front side and back side at the same time. Perhaps there was a way to have a plain back, but, I did not see that as an option. I ended up mounting a neutral piece of cardstock to gover the bold graphic conpletely. Time consuming yes, but well worth it in the end."