TinyPrints – Beautiful Cards for Every Occassion

The late fall and early winter were a whirlwind of activity.  I am just now able to take a deep breath and refect on all of the activities that I participated in October through December.


Early in November I got a message from Pauline (AKA the Craft Maven) asking me if I would like to attend a dinner party and learn about the cool new things Tiny Prints had available just in time for the holidays. After working past the extreme flattery of being invited to an event Pauline was hosting (she is a big deal blogger on top of being really nice and amazingly creative) I said “yes please!”. Talk about a treat, the dinner was to be held at one of my favorite restaurants – Antonello and I got to learn about new products!


The event was so much fun! The food was great, the decorations were fun and creative and the new Tiny Prints products were beautiful and brilliant.

I have to admit, in the past I have purchased my holiday cards from a big box store. They served the purpose and were very inexpensive, but I wouldn’t describe the design as beautiful or super creative. The quality was “fine” but not anything that would cause ANYONE to say “Wow!”.  The optoins availalbe from Tiny Prints certainly were in the “Wow” category.  So many options!  The designs ranged from classis to congtempory.  Beautiful colors, trim options, finishes – you name it and they have a card that will fit the bill.


After attending the party I promptly left for Hawaii and then Jacksonville, Florida – vacation and then a conference.  I didn’t get around to ordering my holiday cards unti quite late and opted for what I believe is a simple, contemporary and striking desing that was appropriate as a Merry Christmas or Happy New Year greeting. I loved the color pallet – in fact the card came in several color pallets that I loved. I had so much fun exploring all of the options and desiging the cards. I could have played on the website for days if I would have had the time.


I love that I could put pictures on the front and the back of the card.  This was great for me since I have certain family and friends that like to see pictures of my husband and I and others who prefer to see the pets.  The design allowed for both – something for everyone!  Even though my options for photos to use on the cards were limited since Tom and I never got around to getting professoinal pictures taken, the cards came out great and I got several compiments about them. I really enjoyed playing with differet designs and I like the end product a lot.

The holidays are over, but it is not too late to get some great looking cards from Tiny Prints.  They have cards for every occassion.  Take a look at ideas for Happy New Year cards here.  For the latest discount codes click here.  I hope you have as much fun creating with Tiny Prints as I did.

Find Your Om Balance – Terri

In the spirit of full disclosure, Tiny Prints sent me a code for 50 free cards and I attended the party free of charge.  Regardless, the opinions contained in this post are purely my own and I encouage you to check Tiny Prints out and make your own decision about the products.