Are you one of those people who love receiving Christmas cards? If so, you may also love sending out your own. When you shop at Tiny Prints, you can make your Christmas card creation a breeze. You have the chance to choose from tons of different designs, including landscape or portrait Christmas cards. The one thing you can’t find here is the perfect picture of your family to put on the card. Unfortunately, you have to supply that on your own. What exactly makes a picture worthy of going on a Christmas card?
The right props can take a picture from bland to awesome. Some families find that by incorporating a prop their little ones are able to remain a little more candid, which can translate into taking a better, more natural looking picture. All you have to do is find a piece that fits your family’s personality.
The great thing about props is that they do not have to be expensive. A colorful picture frame can help bring your family together while also adding a pop of color. If you really want your picture to scream Christmas, a string of lights may be the perfect prop and it’s probably something you already own. Similarly, garland is not only festive, but it’s fairly inexpensive and can be used in a multitude of ways. A bunting banner can help you express a sentiment, such as ‘Merry Christmas’ or ‘Blessed,’ while also adding some character to your pose. Whatever props you decide to use, you do need to be careful to not go overboard. A picture that is too busy may miss the mark a little.
Many people use Christmas cards as a means to stay in touch with family and friends all over the world. You don’t have to wait until Christmas to send out a card. Really set your family apart by sending out Easter or Thanksgiving cards instead of or in addition to your portrait Christmas cards.
"We love how we can play with this format and add our own details, font and pictures. So happy with the quality and customer service was so helpful."
"The card was a THANK YOU sent to folks who contributed to a fund raising walk for a fatal disease. My friend, who suffers from this disease, was pictured on the front with her husband. The card captured her positive spirit and in a bright color which matched the t-shirts color for our team, the words THANK YOU, were written. A personal message from me was on the back. I heard rave reviews from those who received them and many said they would frame the card."