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Photo Paper Magical Lights -- Christmas Cards
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Photo Paper Magical Lights -- Christmas Cards

Item Number: PTG33979HPDFC-KT

Something magical happens when you place your photo into these photo-paper Christmas cards, as if there were twinkle lights strung in the foreground on top of your photo! Upload your favorite horizontal photo, add it to the card and just see if it doesn't look fabulous! The greeting is editable, and you can change its color or move it around to make sure it stands out on your photo. These affordable Christmas cards are printed on professional photo paper with a semi-glossy finish. The backs are blank.

If ordered today, we estimate your order will be ready for shipment on Monday, August 20.

75
Items
Photo Paper Magical Lights -- Christmas Cards
$0.95
each
$71.25

Subtotal
$0.95
each
$71.25


  • 5" x 7" Christmas Cards featuring your personalization
  • White Envelopes are included with your order

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Something magical happens when you place your photo into these photo-paper Christmas cards, as if there were twinkle lights strung in the foreground on top of your photo! Upload your favorite horizontal photo, add it to the card and just see if it doesn't look fabulous! The greeting is editable, and you can change its color or move it around to make sure it stands out on your photo. These affordable Christmas cards are printed on professional photo paper with a semi-glossy finish. The backs are blank.

REVIEWS

Review Summary

Overall Rating: 1.0 / 5.0
(Based on 1 Reviews)

REVIEWS

Cheap paper and quality
Sara from CT wrote on October 03, 2017:

I read other bad reviews of this site online but I liked the design enough I was tempted to try it. The card is not a card at all it is printed on flimsy photo paper. And the back is not blank it has ‘Fuji film’ written across the back. Still trying to decide whether to salvage it by attempting to glue card stock to the back or whether to cut my losses and order something from a different site