How to Make Your Own Greeting Cards

Tiny Prints, an online card and stationery boutique, announces the launch of its first collection of Rosh Hashanah cards as part of its New Year’s card collection.

In an effort to provide opportunities for all religions and cultural backgrounds to connect and share well wishes with friends and family, Tiny Prints has created a Rosh Hashanah collection that is rooted in tradition but given a modern twist.

The collection’s designs focus on traditional elements, such as apples and honey, pomegranates and the Star of David combined with Hebrew characters and phrases like “L’ Shanah Tovah.”

The company says artistic touches and standout typography treatments lend a modern feel for 2011. And the photo-centric layouts also provide a way to share the joy of the Jewish New Year in a more visual and heartfelt way. Cards incorporate up to six photos on the front, to tell a complete story of the family’s year.

The Tiny Prints Rosh Hashanah collection combines customization features while incorporating a conscious approach to design. Customers can select paper type, choose from square and rounded corners, add custom text to the front and back of the card (including font and color choices), as well as add a variety of photos to the front and back of their personalized design.

Some of the cards also continue the graphic designs onto the back of the card for a polished and professional look. The key objective when designing the collection was to allow the user to create something meaningful and unique to share with the special people in their lives during this time of year, the company says.

Tiny Prints, Inc. is comprised of Tiny Prints and Wedding Paper Divas, two ecommerce brands offering cards, invitations, personalized stationery and photo books to customers from around the world.

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Rakesh Raman