Easter Orange Photo Greeting Cards, 5x7 Folded
Applies to duplicate prints
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There is a whole lot of fun for kids and adults by incorporating some fun and memorable Easter gifts and Easter party favors into the day. Send them a personalized Easter greeting cards alongside with a special Easter gift will surely make this Easter a special and unforgettable one. All 4 sides of our quality 5 x 7 folded photo cards, including front, inside and back of the cards are customizable with your photos and custom message. Simply upload your photo, use our easy online crop and position tools to insert images as well as adding text to the pre-designed greeting cards templates. You can have an instant full color preview of your personalized Easter cards to make sure everything is perfect before placing order. A blank envelope will be included per greeting card for mailing. Easter Photo cards work great as Custom Easter greeting cards, personalized Easter party invitation and customized Easter egg hunt party invitations cards.
- Customize the photo and message layout on the front, inside and back of your card
- Sold individually, includes an envelope
- Card Type: 5" x 7" folded
- Finish: Front and back of card is glossy; inside is matte for easy writing
- Paper: 110lb (300gsm) premium cardstock
- Envelope measures 5.25" x 7.25"
"I am photography buff, and love jigsaw puzzles. Printer Studio offers the chance to combine these interests. For roughly the same price as a puzzle at a nationwide warehouse store, you can have a favorite family portrait, a favorite landscape, a favorite pet photo, or any other picture made into a jigsaw puzzle of up to about 300 pieces. The puzzles look great assembled and are suitable for framing, giving a unique conversation piece to your home decor and adding a memory with a twist. You should take care to use bright photos or to brighten darker photos, but the results are great. "
Sean Kennedy, Ackerly TX USA October 14, 2014