With a modern touch, greetings of the season surround your photo in collage of fonts on kraft paper card stock. Our unique photo cards are the perfect way to stay in touch and share a smile with family and friends during the holiday season.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Quality Does Not Match Price
from Philadelphia, PA
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Comments about Holiday Tidings Photo Christmas Card Set of 18:
I have used Exposures for holiday cards for many years because of their high quality products. I was very disappointed with the product as the price was too high for the quality of the paper. It's very flimsy. Also, it is tricky to align and mount the photo onto the card with the adhesive dots. Once the photo is on the paper, it cannot be adjusted! [...] There was no personalization on the card.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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It says it all!!!
from Troy, Alabama
Perfect for our Christmas card showing our family vacation in Colorado and the beautiful country!!!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
Good product [...]
By Jocelyn the Busy Mom
from Laguna Beach, CA
Have used Exposures for imprinted photo Christmas cards for several years. The quality is very good for the price and the service is prompt. When I have had a problem (for example, a spelling error on our personalized cards), it was corrected quickly and accurately. The only thing I have been disappointed in is the size and placement of the greetings in the cards at times and also the size and placement of our imprinted name. This is something that really can't be seen effectively online so you just see it when you receive the finished product.
Looked beautiful with our beach photo.
By Working Mom
from Wexford, PA
[...]. Everyone raved about how beautiful the Holiday card looked for 2009.