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It’s that time again, Dear Reader.
I love Christmas cards. Sending and receiving them are one of my favorite parts of the holiday season. That’s part of the reason that I am delighted to introduce you to Tiny Prints, one of my sponsors. Their button has been in the right sidebar, but I thought it was time for a proper introduction.
I was introduced to Tiny Prints when I received a birth announcement in the mail from my grad school buddy, Emily. I was impressed by the quality of the paper and by the sleek design.
What can I say? I’m a stationary snob; I notice these things.
Since I received that birth announcement, I have seen other Tiny Prints cards, and I have never been disappointed.
I’m also delighted to work with a company that supports mom bloggers at every opportunity.
At any rate, we are buying our Christmas cards from Tiny Prints this year, but I don’t want to show the exact one. It would ruin the surprise for my family and friends who will be getting on in the mail.
That, and we haven’t had our holiday photo session yet. I know; we’re cutting it close. We like to live on the edge.
I have picked out my favorite designs, however, and I want to share a few of them with you.
The one I have printed may or may not be the same as those below. You know, because we haven’t actually had our photos taken yet.
Working with the photos I have, this is my favorite. I love the green and red together.
I am constantly impressed by the variety of designs that Tiny Prints offers. There were several scrapbook-style cards like this one. I really liked them, too.
If we end up with a bunch of pictures that we love, I may go with one of these.
I think this is my most favorite card on the Tiny Prints site. Christmas toile with a green ribbon across the middle? Bliss.
I know a lot of our Christmas cards end up in frames, so I thought this might be a nice design.
More toile. I’m a little obsessed with it.
Of course, there are lots of cards that don’t require a photo, too.
Tiny Prints makes sending holiday cards easier.
Until November 15, Tiny Prints is offering a free personal shopper service. You send in the photos, and the Tiny Prints designs will select a few that work the best. You have the final word in choosing and customizing the cards.
Tiny Prints has a free mailing service. You pay for stamps and to have the addresses printed onto your envelopes, and Tiny Prints will stuff and send your cards free.
If you already have your pictures, Tiny Prints holiday cards are 20% off until midnight on November 10!
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