99 Cent Cards from Tiny Prints

by jessicaturner on July 29, 2011


Tiny Prints is doing a special promotion in honor of Friendship Day this week! You can create any friendship, thank you, and thinking of you greeting card for only 99 cents – including shipping (if you have it sent to your home address). Just use the code FRIEND99. This offer expires 8/2/2011.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Tiny Prints has hands down the best quality cards out there. The paperstock is heavy quality and the printing is fantastic. I am home in Wisconsin right now and my mom has tiny prints cards that I have made her all over the house.

I have a list of people that I want to bless with cards – and this is such a  great way to do it quickly, beautifully, and CHEAPLY! A great perk with Tiny Prints is that you can also ship your cards directly to the recipient for an additional 44 cents! As a busy mom who often runs out of stamps, I love this feature.

Some card ideas:

  • Thank a special friend just for being her
  • Send a card to a friend who lives far away
  • Send a card to a grandparent with a photo of their grandkids
  • Let a sibling know how much they mean to you

So go bless one or even a few people in your life. They will be so thankful.

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Nirupama July 29, 2011 at 10:59 am

Thank you! I love these cards too. I sent my mom a photo canvas for mothers day and my dad a tiny prints card for fathers day. Of course she preferred the card!

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Amber K July 30, 2011 at 12:28 pm

thank you for the tip on these cards! i sent 4 and got them all for 99 cents each! I love it! :)

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Jody July 31, 2011 at 1:38 pm

Thanks for posting this deal! I designed four cards. I was surprised that you were able to edit so much of the card. I made a collage one into a 2nd birthday card for my niece. I put pictures of her during her 2nd year of life on the front. Then I did the same one with my little (step)brother. He’s going to be a freshman in high school so I put pictures of him as a little boy and wished him a great year. Our parents married when he was only 5. Then I’ve got a cousin and a very special family friend who are both going to be seniors this year. Using a different design, I put pictures of my cousin as he was growing up and on my friends I put homecoming pictures I took of her last year. And I wrote a sweet little note in each one. My cousin’s has all the things I remember about him (like how he gave me my nickname JoJo because he couldn’t say my name). I can’t wait to get these back! Thanks again!

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