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I know it’s only the first week of November, but I simply can’t wait to share with you two of my favorite new features we’re offering this season. The first is the Tiny Prints Snapshot, a super cute and really easy way to display all of those photos that didn’t make the cut on your holiday cards this year. The second is our new line of ornament cards, some of which were designed by your favorite A-list celebs!

The Tiny Prints Snapshot

If you’re like me, the hardest part about creating your holiday cards is picking which photos you want to feature. With only a handful of photo boxes on any given design, it can be a huge challenge! So that’s why we created the Tiny Prints Snapshot:

It’s basically your own FREE mini-website where you can display up to 50 photos, post a message and read comments your friends and family leave for you. You even get to print your own custom website address on your holiday cards and access the site completely free of charge.

To learn more about how to add the new Snapshot service to your order for FREE, watch this short video:

2010 Celebrity Holiday Card Collection

Reese Witherspoon. Courteney Cox. Rachel Zoe. Jennifer Garner. Kate Beckinsale. Brooke Shields. Sounds like a lineup of your favorite celebs, right? It’s also the list of designers behind our gorgeous new line of celebrity holiday ornament cards.

Each ornament card order comes ready to hang with it’s own set of ribbons, but the best part is that a portion of the proceeds from these cards will benefit the Empidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to researching, treating and curing a painful skin disorder that affects thousands of children each year.

I can’t think of a better (or more stylish) way to give back this year!


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  1. Kevin says:

    The Snapshot looks awesome. I can’t wait to create one for myself :) !!!

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