TinyPrintsStill need Christmas cards that don’t suck? I know I do. It took us 5 days to bring the tree in and I still haven’t taken our holiday photo. I normally send photo cards that I get done at Costco, but lately I’ve been really disappointed in their quality.

I keep seeing ads all over the freaking place for Tiny Prints and then one of our family cousins sent us their card and it was a Tiny Prints one. I loved their quality and it was nice having one in my hand to prove itself to me.

There’s still time if you order from Tiny Prints by tomorrow. That is the absolute last day to use their Super Rush shipping and guarantee delivery by Christmas Day. I’m not entirely sure I’ll be doing it, but I know I missed the Blurb deadline for books and so now I have to make my yearly book a New Year’s gift.

Just because you are waiting until the last minute doesn’t mean the cards have to be generic or boring. With Tiny Prints, even in the rush, you can take a few moments to personalize the cards. You can upload some pictures, change the font and text, and make your cards stand out, even if they arrive just in time.

There’s also something interesting that Tiny Prints does: they mail your cards out for you. You won’t be able to write in them, but at least you can have Tiny Prints mail them for you. You can even have some sent to you and some mailed for you.

The clock is ticking…it only takes a few minutes to create and send the perfect cards. Just follow these simple steps:

1. Choose from 100’s of Tiny Prints Holiday / Christmas card designs.
2. Add your photos and tweak the text to your liking.
3. Use the promo code 20DECSW to save at least 15%.

I’m hoping to take the kids’ photo tomorrow and we’ll see what option I go with. If you want to go with Tiny Prints, head on over to Tiny Prints now.

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