I’ll admit it, I rarely (if ever) hand write notes or letters. I’ll buy a card jot a quick “Thinking of you, we love you” and send it on it’s way in an envelope with a printed return address label.
It’s a lost art, really. I don’t think many people sit down to actually write pages and pages – we email, we make phone calls, we text, Facebook….we do just about everything BUT actual writing with our hands!
So when Tiny Prints contacted me to ask me to do a review of their products, I initially almost didn’t do it because I thought they only did invitations and holiday cards. Luckily, I checked out tinyprints website, and found that they offer many types of invitations, cards, and stationary.
I had been wanting to buy some personalized stationary because Jason’s grandma is a letter writer, and expects a letter in return. I can type and send her 3 pages of what is going on in our lives…but she wants it handwritten so I can usually only manage to sit down and write (maybe) a page. I’d like that page to be on pretty paper, not on notebook paper.
tinyprints is the source for chic and modern stationery for all life occasions. I decided to review some stationary with return addressed envelopes because I needed them and knew I would use them. I was expecting some nice stationary that looked like it was cheaply produced…I was REALLY wrong about that!
The card stock that the stationary is printed on is high quality, and looks expensive although it’s actually very affordable. The selection was huge, and the selection and creation process was very easy and user friendly. Once I had placed my order, they sent me proofs of exactly what I ordered to confirm that the stationary was what I wanted and expected…and that I didn’t screw up any spelling or numbers. Within just days after I approved the proofs, I received my order.
I know that I will use tinyprints again, and hope that you will check them out – I highly suggest that you do! Right now, they is offering free shipping on any order over $45, so hurry up to get that deal!You can also follow tinyprints on Twitter and on Facebook.
And so it goes…
I’m guest posting over at Theta Mom on Tuesday! Please go check it out – it’s all about why every single blogger should be using Twitter!
I received free Tiny Prints stationary for hosting this review and giveaway. All opinions expressed are my own and were not influenced by any other source. I was not compensated to provide an opinion of the product or Tiny Prints.