Sunday, October 30, 2011
Tiny Prints = Big Impact
*note - this post has been edited due to a request from Tiny Prints that we remove links to their site based on a request from Google. Not that I pretend to understand the techno-speak, but we'll do it to make them happy. Sorry for clogging your feed with a two year old post.
I may annoy some holiday purists (talking about Christmas in October), but I confess that I am more than ready to get into the holiday spirit!
Christmas cards are the last thing I want to leave on my To Do list. And with all kinds of offers from photography sites… it’s easy to start drooling over them early.
Confession: I’m a typography fiend. The lettering and layout and colors all combine to make your annual greeting either memorable or forgettable. And me? I’m all for any help I can get in keeping that card out of the recycle pile in January!
Confession: I have dozens of “projects” saved with several different photography sites… comparing which cards I love the most.
And I kept coming back to Tiny Prints – loving how the photos looked in their designs. And wishing (ahem) that I’d find some sort of killer deal to replace the discounted small stack I’d already ordered from another company that wasn’t nearly as crisp as it looked on the screen.
Confession: The fact that I was willing to junk that first set should tell you how much I love Tiny Prints. I’m nothing if not frugal… but I can tell you from firsthand experience that their printing is top-notch.
See one of last year’s cards?
Tiny Prints has a blogger campaign where you can receive 50 free Christmas cards! The morning I woke up to that email was a happy one. Stay tuned for your own link!
Love their selection of tri-fold cards. One of my favorites:
Except that this is way fun when you know the people in the pictures, right? Anyone else think we need to have another baby? :)
I like this one too… the kid is incredibly dangerous in snowy conditions.
And just for full impact – a solitary shot of that mischievous boy.
Loving those rounded corners! There are lots of custom text and fonts – don’t be fooled that I left them off for this post. I’d like to make it tough for stalkers. But if you insist on sending chocolate or Tim’s Cascade Jalapeno chips… I’d be more than happy to provide our names and address.
Seriously… go check out the blogger campaign link. You won’t be disappointed with their selection or service. And who would say no to 50 free cards?!?
And while you’re here… help me figure out which card to pick?!?! :)
Disclaimer: Tiny Prints is providing 50 free cards in exchange for my honest review of their Christmas card selection. It would have been totally awkward if I’d been less than impressed… But the fact that last year’s Tiny Prints Christmas card is still on display on a friend’s desk? Totally convinced me.