front of foil pressed card
back of foil pressed cardLast year I reviewed our holiday cards from Minted, and since I opted to use a different company this year, here is my Tiny Prints review*.
Brandon and I took anniversary photos back in September, so we decided to use those photos for our Christmas cards. As much as I loved our Minted cards last year (I mean, I vowed to use them again this year!), I ended up choosing Tiny Prints simply because they were cheaper.
Like Minted, Tiny Prints offers a variety of card selections and fast shipping. I should point out that I had selected a card from Minted and cards from Tiny Prints, but Tiny Prints beat out Minted in the number of holiday card options. So, while both sites offer numerous card options, I felt like Tiny Prints hit the nail on the head this year by offering dozens of holiday card options.
One thing I missed this year, was Minted’s address labeling and the ability to edit my card. I really wanted to add the year to our cards, but Tiny Prints doesn’t offer unique customization. I also wanted to write a blurb on the back of the card, and again, Tiny Prints doesn’t allow this type of customization.
As far as the quality of the paper, Tiny Prints’ paper wasn’t as sturdy as Minted’s paper selection. Our Tiny Prints’ cards looked good, but I honestly thought the quality of our Minted holiday cards were ten times better.
- you’re not interested in making adjustments to your card
- price is a concern
- you want a variety of cards to choose from
Choose Minted if
- you prefer a solid quality card
- you want to make some edits to the card
- you don’t mind paying extra for your cards
*All opinions are my own; I was not paid to write this review.