"The cards felt of quality in your hands. They were not only beautiful with a black and white photo, they looked elegant and felt elegant."
November 15, 2014Instant favorite.
"This is a gorgeous card. I like the "frozen" look to it. The snowflake cut-outs are amazingly crisp and clean. The layer of blue on the left side is much more subtle than it appears on the screen. I actually wish it was light blue all throughout instead of the yellow-ish beige-y tint on the right side. I also would've enjoyed the option to add a picture with caption on the backside. Overall though, this has to be my favorite card design, possibly ever."
July 29, 2013Gorgeous cards!
"the quality and the vintage look of these cards were beautiful! I received many compliments on how pretty our cards were this year :-)"
December 10, 2012Excellent Quality
"This was my first time ordering from Tiny Prints. Super easy to create my card and add my photos. Lots of designs to choose from and loved this one since I have 2 puppies! The paper quality of the card is excellent! They are a nice heavy card, not like your typical photo paper cards. Will definitely order again!"
December 11, 2011doggie card
"Everyone loved the back of the card adn the bone shaped message. I just wish the message could have been printed a little bigger. all in all a great card!"
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