"these custom, personalized cards are a total hit for birthday parties and other events. Usually people toss away cards after the event but i've seen people keep these because i made them with their pictures on it. they are so easy to make and it brings back so many memories when you see special pictures on each card. the price is reasonable also. cards cost anywhere from 0.50-6 for a fancy card. these are personalized and you can't beat that."
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"I like to find photos that will wow the receiver and then make and send them cards when they least expect it. The recipient of this last creation said it was especially cute. It is something people can keep rather than an email which does not last. Love to see them posted up on a fridge then I know they really enjoyed it. My first adventure with the blurred edge style and it turned out well."
Who says you have to send out cliché greetings to those who are most important to you? Rather than rush out to the store to buy packs of generic Valentine’s cards, settle in at the computer to create a custom product. Here at Shutterfly, you can create cards packed with personality. Adorn tri-fold Valentine’s cards with pictures of you and the kiddos to make the grandparents’ day a bit more special.
Not only can you plaster the stationery with some of your favorite photos from the past year, but you can also add meaningful text to fit any situation. Whether you send the card to friends, family members or a special someone, getting inspired is the first step to creating a memorable greeting. Here are a few helpful tips:
• Think about special memories you made with your college roommate. Try to craft an appreciation message that plays on one of your inside jokes.
• Search through your mom’s favorite book of poems. Use one of the quotes you find there to add flair to your greeting.
• Use a nickname as your salutation. Rather than call your husband by his given name, use a pet name to make it more personal.
• Make a Valentine’s Day joke. Your coworkers might appreciate a laugh more than a sappy message.
If you’re not feeling particularly witty, you can turn to Valentine’s Day quotes for the bulk of your message.
When words fail you, Shutterfly can help you make a statement through a personalized gift you can send along with your tri-fold Valentine’s cards. A custom iPhone case, for example, is the perfect gift for a college-age daughter because it can simultaneously remind her of your love and to call you every once in a while.
Here at Shutterfly, we want to make it easy for you to celebrate all of life’s moments. Browse through our Valentine’s templates to find the perfect stationery you can use to brighten your loved one’s day.