Card Description: This product will no longer be available for purchase after September 30, 2009.
This sweet and stylish print offers warm holiday wishes in a charming way. A unique print combines with classic gingham for a delightful artistic effect.
This design is also available on recycled paper which comes with recycled, white envelopes. Our recycled paper consists of 50% total recycled content, of which 30% is post-consumer waste.
This Holiday Patterns design from our folded holiday photo card category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
Talented designers will review your photo card orders for layout, spelling and etiquette to ensure that all of your photo cards are beautiful. Trust us with your photo cards and be ready to delight everyone on your photo card list.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
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White Fitted Rectangular
White-Pearlescent Lined Square
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Please note that USPS charges an additional fee ranging from 20¢ to 44¢ to mail square envelopes. To avoid this fee, please select our modified rectangular envelopes during the personalization process instead of the default square envelopes.
"The only issue with this card is that the inside photos were printed on the left, but the ink transfered to the right side where the print is after being mailed"
Response from Tiny Prints:
Our apologies LNB1 for the ink rub-off issues on her holiday cards. We use coated cardstock for our folded designs to prevent this problem. Very rarely (1/10,000), however, this kind of transfer may occur due to an error during printing.