What customers have to say about our Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitations
October 25, 2013
"I made these cards as invitations for my father's "Second Bar Mitzvah." (i.e. his 83rd Birthday). EVERYONE just loved them. We received so many compliments for the invites. It was great that we were able to make them very quickly ourselves.
I love Shutterfly. It is the best photo product website ever!"
April 17, 2013
10 free 5X7 photo cards
"I took Shutterfly up on their offer of 10 free 5X7 greeting cards. I chose the 5X7 photo cards with blank insides. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I could use 10 different pictures and that I did not have to get 10 copies of one photograph. The photos I used are 10 of my husband's macro wildflower pictures. They came out excellent. The photographs printed very well and the card stock and envelopes are very high quality. I was able to put four lines of information about the photographer and the subject on the lower back of the cards.
I understand why it is done, but I wish I could chose to not have the word "Shutterfly" on the back of the card.
If they make this offer again I will certainly take them up on it again."
April 22, 2013
St. Francis Statue with Doves
"Happy with cards and thank you for the free offer. Had a problem finding just the right size for the offer, but found it on second try. I was unable to take advantage of the free magnet offer as even tho I selected the right size and entered the correct code, I was still charged, so I deleted the order."
March 19, 2013
"Lovely. Good card stock, clear photos. Quick printing."
September 9, 2012
Hunting at its best -- with a camera, that is
"Butterflies are beasties, too. I followed this Northern California yellow swallowtail around my yard for almost an hour. Mostly it flitted about a Butterfly Bush, but often in spots or angles I couldn't reach on the sloping garden. However, with persistence I managed to get to the right place at the right time a few times. And this is my favorite, which I have made into greeting cards. It looks processed, but that is simply a product of depth of field in the macro/telephoto focus mode. Taken with a Canon 20D and a Canon EFS 17-85 mm lens with auto-focus (surprisingly)."