Precious Moments with Tiny Prints

It’s somewhat of a tradition in my family to hang Holiday cards on the inside of our front door. I’ve had many friends over the years express the oddity of it, but I sort of enjoy it.

Each day in December, you await the arrival of a card sent from family or friends, and with great excitement, add it to the ever-growing  collection; one that can be admired until the end of the season. And, it feels much more special than just throwing the card away – it’s as if the sentiment of the time of year is still appreciated.

That’s what I think I love most about a Holiday card; that even with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the whole lot – receiving that little card in the mail transports you back in time, and the nostalgia overwhelms you in the best possible way.

I remember taking care to admire each card, but I always loved the cards that had a picture of the family who sent it. It was fun to watch these families change and grow over the years – especially the ones who didn’t live close by. Those precious moments, frozen in time, to catch a glimpse of who they were then.

When my husband and I started our little family, I knew exactly what kind of Christmas card I would be sending – I wanted our moment frozen in time and sent out to be cherished by our loved ones. Through the recommendation of friends and family who were graphic artists, I went to Tiny Prints, a fabulous company who have just the knack for taking a few pictures and making something brilliant of them.

They have announcements for all occasions – births, parties, graduations – but I so look forward to their Holiday selection every year. With so many gorgeous cards to choose from, it’s hard to narrow it down to just one:

{snowflake spotlight}

{festive chalkboard}

{gingham grosgrain}

{sophisticated wish}

I could go on and on {and on and on and on…}.

The process is simple – visit their website, pick your favorite design, upload your photos to personalize it, and then your Holiday card will be on its way to your door, OR they’ll address and mail them for you {is that customer service, or what?}. And be sure to check out the Special Offers page to save some dough.

I can think of no better touch during the Holiday season than a beautifully personalized card, sent the “old fashioned way” to the front door of your loved ones.


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Disclosure: I am part of review program with Tiny Prints. I were compensated for this campaign but, as always, all opinions are my own.

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About Jo-Lynne

Written by Jo-Lynne Shane, a professional lifestyle blogger, brand advocate and community manager. Named one of Nielsen’s 50 Most Influential Women in Social Media, Jo-Lynne is best known for her award-winning lifestyle blog, Musings of a Housewife, where she dishes up an assortment of food, fashion, fitness and family travel. She has been featured on, Southern Living Magazine, and in Cosmopolitan Magazine. In the local sphere, Jo-Lynne facilitates the vibrant networking group Philly Social Media Moms, providing community, support and education for 200 area bloggers. Jo-Lynne lives and works from home in the suburbs of Philadelphia with her husband of 17 years, three lively children and one extremely spoiled shih tzu named Savannah.


  1. I display the cards in a basket, next to our nativity.

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  5. Musings on Motherhood and Mid-Life says:

    I post the holiday cards that we get on the wall by our refrigerator.

  6. Shannon Baas says:

    we put them on the mantel.

  7. I use red or green yarn and hang them around the living room as decoration!

  8. I put them on my mantle.

  9. Elisa Gruss says:

    we hang them on the wall

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  15. PAIGE CHANDLER says:

    We tape them on the fireplace by the stockings.

  16. I have a metal tree shaped card holder that we hang on the wall. I love to see it fill up!

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  18. domestic diva says:

    We put them on our mantle.

  19. i stick them on our x-mas tree
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  20. We hang them from the archway into our living room.

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  22. We wrap the inside of our front door with wrapping paper, then post them up there.

  23. jessica edwards says:

    put on mantle

  24. Kristy Thiel says:

    I tape them to the side of our bookcase!

  25. I hang them on our hall closet door.

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  27. Stephanie Larison says:

    We put them on the fridge!

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  29. We hang them across our mantle with colored rope/twine & clothespins.

  30. I hang them on the fridge..and, the holiday cards I get at work I pin up around my cubicle 🙂

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  32. We have a card holder from Hallmark that hangs in our kitchen.

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  35. Debra Ford says:

    I plaster the fridge with all the Christmas cards that we get.

  36. christy stenger says:

    We hang them on the wall.

  37. Whitney Lindeman says:

    We sort of just toss them on the coffee table after admiring them, haha. And there they stay for several months!

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  40. I put our cards on the fireplace mantle.

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  42. I hang the cards in our entryway!

  43. I put them on my fireplace mantel.

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  45. We place them on the mantle.

  46. Tammy Greer says:

    We like to make a wreath out of them for all to see and enjoy.

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  47. susan smoaks says:

    we hang the cards on our closet door in the living room, they are nice to look at until after we take down the decorations

  48. We hang them on the wall 🙂

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  51. jessica schueler says:

    I hang mine all around the door frame

  52. Cassandra M says:

    we get one every christmas and we tape it to the threshold

  53. We put them over the fireplace!

  54. Amy DeLong says:

    i hang them on a card holiday holder

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