Tiny Prints~~Christmas Card Review

19 November 2010
Tiny Prints provides simple, modern and unique stationery from Christmas cards to personalized greeting cards to thank you cards and even business cards. Offering exclusive designs from the nation’s top designers, easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service and paper quality, their designs have been lauded by numerous television networks, publications and celebrities.

With Tiny Prints by your side the Holidays will be a cinch! They offer perfect party invitations for every occasion and memorable personalized photo-gifts like notebooks, photo-books and calendars.

We normally just send out photos of the kids in our store bought Christmas cards, but this year we decided to do something a little differently. The kids and I sat down to browse the Tiny Prints website to find our perfect Christmas Card this year, and we had so many different choices and choosing one was really hard for us. 

We decided on the Crafty Tree Christmas Card for this year,
We get to have the kids all in one picture and I don't have to sign 4 dozen Christmas cards for everyone!! I swear my hands couldn't have handled it this year:)
Setting up the photos and greeting on the card were super easy. The hardest part about ordering our cards was deciding on which one we really wanted, there are just so many wonderful cards available! Shipping was super fast and even though I had no problems, i hear that their customer service is excellent!!

Tiny Prints offers so much more than just Christmas cards though! We will be getting our next round of party invitations from there too!! I mean how cute will this be for Harm's 9th birthday, she has planned a cupcake buffet!!

Want to review your own Christmas cards?? Fill out the form found on here: http://blog.tinyprints.com/tiny-prints-blogger-christmas-card-review-program/. They'll be giving out 60 cards to selected bloggers who apply!

~I was provided with a product for review purposes only. No other compensation was involved and this is just my personal experience!