Christmas Cards Galore

by Kate on December 29, 2020

This year we have been blessed with a treasure trove of gorgeous Christmas cards. Here, in Northern California, photo cards are the norm, which is lovely because I am a photographer, too, and love to not only take pictures, but to look at pictures of friends and family. This year I have been blown over by the quality of the cards we received.

I don’t know if this is a California thing or not, but Tiny Prints seems to be the leader here in Christmas Cards. Have you heard of Tiny Prints? They are actually great. They specialize in high quality printed products that compete with the big boys of Shutterfly, Snapfish and Kodak. To my eye, Tiny Prints wins hands down in the quality department - their reproduction quality is tops and the designs they have are modern and yet friendly.

Look for yourself at some of the cards we got up top . Aren’t they great?

I wonder if Tiny Prints has swept the nation the way they have here? They should.

It’s like Tiny Prints makes self-publishing fool proof. They even suggest improvements (and not just for their bottom line) to your designs if they think that you might just need a little help. Talk about customer service.

Sadly I never got my own holiday cards out this year because I never got my act together to take a picture and to upload it…but that’s the way it goes. Maybe I can just send around some good ole Valentines wishes to all of our friends…that’s not weird, right?

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Julie C. December 29, 2020 at 7:34 am

Well the quality does seem nice. Are they affordable? I may look into this some time when I want to show off pictures of my kids to every person I know. Is Christmas the right time to do that? I’d rather do it for thank-you notes after the kids’ birthdays instead.

Pinchus Rose December 29, 2020 at 11:39 am

They are certainly nice. very sharp, even in your picture of the picture. I would do it. But like you say, when do you ever get around to uploading and completing all these online tasks?

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