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Jill Smith Holiday Birth Announcements

Christmas Birth Announcements & Holiday Birth Announcements

Were you blessed with a special little gift this holiday season? Announce the new addition to your family with Christmas birth announcements. They will capture the magic of the holidays in a card that boasts your brand new bundle of joy.

With hundreds of delicately decorated designs to choose from, you will certainly find Christmas birth announcements that embody your style and exude holiday warmth. Elegantly emphasize your baby's beautiful smile with softly falling snowflakes and merry monograms. If you desire adorable reindeer antlers and tiny trees, Christmas birth announcement photo cards come with many charming embellishments to accompany those priceless pictures of your newborn. You can further customize your holiday baby announcements by changing the format, size and color of your card. Feel free to express your creativity and let your little newcomer inspire you.

Colors such as pink and blue are generally popular choices for birth announcements. However, don’t be afraid to be a little different by choosing a more unique color such as pistachio green or lemon chiffon yellow. These colors go great on holiday birth announcements for boys and girls. Likewise, if there are two peas in the pod, we offer Christmas birth announcements for twins as well.

Since there are so many different types of holiday birth announcements, you will have no problem finding something that fits your budget. While the prices are low, every single one of your Christmas baby announcements will be printed on the highest quality card stock. The time and effort you put into designing your card deserves nothing less than the very best.

Because the holidays can be the busiest time of the year, it's wise to prepare your holiday birth announcements in advance. You can start by selecting your favorite design and preparing your Christmas birth announcements wording. Also, don't forget to purchase stamps and write out the addresses of everyone you want to send your announcements to. This way, when your baby arrives, you'll save yourself time so you can focus on what really matters.

Give your friends and relatives the best gift they are going to receive this holiday by sending them stylish and sentimental holiday birth announcements. They will be thrilled to finally hear the great news after all their anticipation.

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Customer reviews of our Jill Smith Holiday Birth Announcements

July 15, 2015Great quality!

"I am so happy with the quality, design, and colors of this announcement. I selected the upgraded paper option and it was just beautiful!"

July 15, 2015Baby brunch

"The baby brunch invite is very beautiful. The paper in thick card stock and the envenlopes are a very good quality. It was fairly easy to customize my order. I thought I had put in some wrong info. I e-mailed them, and they were able to fix it for me."

July 14, 2015Wonderful picture mug

"This mug proved to be a perfect Father's Day gift for a proud new father. Designing the mug proved simple enough. Tiny Prints corrected an error I made, which I really appreciated. The pictures that I picked for the mug were perfectly placed, the color was very good, and the exposure was right on."

July 14, 2015fun labels

"I ordered these and used the suggestion of printing the name in white ink and their suggested font. However when I got them they are really hard to read the name. I wished I had used a darker or brighter color!"

July 14, 2015Beautiful Bump:Black

"The design was modern/contemporary, which was chosen to compliment the shower card. This thank you card reminds the guests again of the distinct personality and the nod to details that the mother-to-be possesses. The mother-to-be chose not to have her name printed on the card since she wanted to personalize it with her own hand. The paper had a high quality weight that you find in high-end printing supplies."

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