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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Free Mother’s Day cards with Tiny Prints

Emily and Mummy mothers day 2010Each year I love making Mother’s day cards and as I was browsing for inspiration I found this special offer to share with you!
Tiny Prints has you covered this year for Mothers’ Day with their Tiny Prints Greeting Card Collection, which lets you create individual personalized cards with photos starting at $1.99. They have cards for everyone in your life from your mom, to your grandmother, sister, daughter or anyone else important to you.  In a matter of seconds, you can create personalized Mother’s Day Cards and have Tiny Prints mail them directly to you or the recipient.  No more scouring the racks at your local convenience store for a lame last minute card, Tiny Prints has removed the hassle and added the fun back into Mother’s Day shopping with a personal touch.
As an extra bonus, You can also sign up for a Free Greeting Card Membership, giving you three FREE greeting cards to use right away, as well as discounts on future cards. Offer ends 19th April 2011.
Sounds like a great deal to me! In the past I’ve printed cards at home on our colour laser printer, but we are in the process of moving and sold our printer – so this is a good option for us.
Do you use custom printing services? Over the past few years I’ve made photo thankyou cards with Vistaprint when Emily was born, printed Christmas cards with Snapfish Australia (2008) and Shutterfly (2010) and printed photobooks with MyPicTales, Shutterfly and Snapfish Australia.
I’ve been happy with the customer service I’ve received from all of my orders so far, and have heard a lot of good things about Persnickety Prints and Photobooks by Tiny Prints. also. Who is your favourite printer?
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1 comment:

Becky said...

I've only used custom printing services a couple of times - they are very expensive I think in the UK. When I do use them I use Truprint as their quality is very good.


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