Many years ago my beautiful friend Sarah made me gorgeous hand crafted birth announcements as part of her new Design Business. A few years after my first was born, she told us all we could find her designs on a website called Tiny Prints. I thought the cards there were cute but I didn’t really have any need for birth announcements anymore and fancy holiday cards and thank you notes were not in the budget.
So, while I pushed everyone I knew toward Tiny Prints, I myself was only a window shopper. Then I began blogging and many of my bloggy friends were abuzz about Tiny Prints. They raved about the service they received. They raved about the quality of the products. They raved about the design. I wasn’t surprised by any of this. Knowing Sarah, I was certain she wouldn’t put her name on anything that wasn’t 100% top notch, but I did meander back over to Tiny Prints out of curiosity anyway. You know what I was surprised by? The selection. No longer is Tiny Prints just a place for cutesy cards. You can get party favors, calendars, photo books, gifts and even print off one card for a special occasion. It’s amazing all that Tiny Prints has to offer now.
The part I loved most, as it’s relevant to my life now, was the business section. You can get business cards, stationary, gift tags and even little mint tins with your company name. You want marketing collateral for your business? Tiny Prints has it. The best part is that all those great aspects I mentioned earlier, customer service, quality materials, fresh, creative and seemingly limitless design, those all still apply.
I recently ordered business cards from Tiny Prints for an upcoming Blog Conference. The hardest part of the order was choosing only one design. The options are amazing. There are standard cards but also creative designs that will surely stand out in the sea of 3,000 writers I’m about to encounter. I ordered a fold over picture card that is unlike anything I’ve ever been handed.
Not only am I in love with the way it looks, I had a great experience ordering it. I have ordered a ton of business material online and while I have never had any complaints with other companies, I was amazed at how well and personal Tiny Prints service felt, even online. They held my design in a cart for longer than I care to share. (I told you I had a hard time deciding!) Then they checked multiple times with me to ensure all edits were correct. There is no worse bummer than when your cards arrive and you realize something is missing a letter. Ahem, not that I’ve ever done that I mean. Then, they came fast. I was so excited when they arrived that my kids thought I got some sort of great gift in the mail. I did I guess. My Tiny Prints business cards make me happy to pass them out. I’ll be ordering more as soon as this conference is over because I’m sure I’ll burn through the ones I have.
I’m so happy I was reintroduced to Tiny Prints in time to learn they aren’t just birth announcements anymore. Now, I’ll be back again and again. If you want some fabulous cards of your own, just click here and let the ordering begin!
*I was allowed to design my complimentary business cards for this review. You can be sure this isn’t my last order though. I will buy them again and again.
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As you say the seemingly limitless design choices are why I went there for change of address cards (they actually had cards for single people not just families or couples) but the service and quality of the product is what will keep me going back. Now I just need to find an excuse to buy something.