Nov 14

Respect the Menorah

I really love holiday cards – it’s such a nice way to keep in touch with friends and family (even those who aren’t on Facebook!). I love, love, LOVE choosing the photo, and obsess over what message we want to convey.  Usually, I have to struggle with the “respect the turkey” guideline, and restrain myself until after Thanksgiving, but this year? Hanukkah starts the night BEFORE Turkey Day. BOOM. Respect the menorah!  This is the first and last time Thanksgivukkah will happen in our lifetimes, and I am *psyched* to celebrate it!

I’ve worked with Tiny Prints a few times in the past few years, and am always impressed with the high quality and great customer service.  This year, their holiday card collection has a whole bunch of new designs so there really is something for everyone: Contemporary, Classic, Vintage, Full bleed photos, All That Glitters, Bold Expressions, Simply Chic, Woodland Wonder & The New Tradition. You can even further personalize your choice with square, rounded, bracket, ticket & scallop trim options, and matching address labels and envelope liners.

Since Hanukkah and Thanksgiving fall at the same time this year, I get SO MANY options for our card! Here are a few of my favorites:

clearcardI am a sucker for rounded edges, so the trim on this pulled me in, and the fact that it is one of Tiny Prints’s brand new clear cards is pretty cool. I like that it would make my card stand out from the pile.
thankfulI love the way the fonts are put together on this fun Thanksgiving card, and the fact that the wording is on one side makes the photo stand out.
Any card that lets me pick ALL the pictures instead of just having to choose one or two is a strong contender.
chevronI’m not really 100% on the chevron trend bandwagon, but I LOVE the glitter on this – and the colors represent both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving, so that’s a plus.
glitterSo. Much. Glitter. This is not specifically a Hanukkah card but it doesn’t shout Christmas either.

Grandma and Grammy Boo can pretty much count on getting at least one holiday gift with their grandchildren plastered all over it, and Tiny Prints also offers some great options – I’m loving their new iPad cases. And? Bonus! I get to release more pics of the kids from their imprisonment on the computer.  Spoiler Alert: I usually create a calendar – SO many pics to add!

If you are interested in learning more about the Tiny Prints holiday line, tweet #TinyPrintsCheer with @ResourcefulMom on November 14th (today!) at 2 PM ET.

Or perhaps you are already rushing off to the Tiny Prints site to order your own cards and holiday gifts! Guess what? Good news! I have a giveaway for a $50 off your total order (plus free shipping) code!  And? This one is super easy to enter.

Are you ready?

Enter to win $50 off your total order at Tiny Prints – plus free shipping! – by visiting the Holiday Cards site and comment with your favorite card.  A winner will be chosen randomly on November 21.

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This is a sponsored post. Tiny Prints has offered me a credit to their site in exchange for letting you guys know about their new holiday cards. All opinions are my own.


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  1. thedoseofreality

    I adore Christmas cards so much! I am already getting excited about them starting to arrive in my mailbox…I so hope I win! :)-Ashley
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  2. Nicci @ Changing the Universe

    Those clear cards are super unique! I may have to go with those … if I win of course ;)

  3. Wendi

    I’m still looking for the right card !

  4. Erin

    I’m really a sucker for sparkle & anything shiny and girly. So any card with glitter or sparkle would be sure to catch my eye. I also really like stars, unfortunately after a quick look through the only thing with fun stars I liked were on the back of a card. Glitter, shiny or sparkle doesn’t seem like it’d be too hard to find on a holiday card though…
    Great contest, hope to win!

  5. Kaybee

    The clear cards are pretty cool, might go with Wintertime Wishes (although the one photo might pose a problem for me).
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  6. Harmskills

    Omg thinking about my cards already too!!!

  7. Harmskills

    Ok Idk which is my fab but I saw an ad that u can do cards that are ornaments love that idea

  8. christi in ma

    Dusted Pinecones is my favorite this year.

  9. Molly W. (@MommylovesPark)

    There are so many cards I love but I think my fav may be wonder overlay.
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  10. WeeMason's Mom

    I love Mirthful Holly but would probably change it to say Merry Christmas
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  11. linda

    Really like Cut Paper Charm

  12. summer

    I like the cheerful banners. Lots of possibilities and I live the vertical layout

  13. Maddy

    Really like the snpwglobes card

  14. luci

    The feeling happy foiled card is great

  15. apple

    I really like the Merry Bright Moment..alas I don’t have any terrific cute photos that would look great in it

  16. Aubrie

    WinterBirch is my favorite – I would love to have this card with B&W photos. simple and rustic

  17. Christina

    The clear cards are beautiful.

  18. Colleen @ Mommy Panda

    I like the Swaying Garland card!
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  19. carol

    I think the winter moments clear card is fun

  20. eileen

    I am a teacher so the blackboard chic is perfect

  21. heidi

    I like the Glitzy Giggles because I like a 1st grade girl I like anything with glitter.

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