Top Sellers on Tiny Prints Point to 8 Stationery Trends for 2008

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Tiny Prints, Inc. (http://www.tinyprints.com), a leading online retailer of premium, personalized, social stationery, today announced the top design trends expected in stationery this year.

Tiny Prints, Inc. (http://www.tinyprints.com), a leading online retailer of premium, personalized, social stationery, today announced the top design trends expected in stationery this year. The list, which was based upon the best-selling card from the holiday season, reflects the top 8 greats for 2008.

"Tiny Prints consistently works with our exclusive designers to create a robust product offering to suit a wide consumer base," said Laura Ching, VP of Merchandising. "And, every year we find that our best-selling holiday designs consistently reflect the top stationery trends for the year ahead."

Contrary to what some may expect, printed stationery; birthday invitations, Holiday cards, New Year cards and Valentine's Day cards are still as popular as ever. In fact, Tiny Prints first made a name for itself selling baby announcements, and today continues its success by offering personalized stationery for other major life events.

Tiny Prints expects the following trends in 2008:

Black is Back -- The top colors were vintage chic from classic brown to baby pink and blue, but the hottest color of the year was black.

One, Two, Many -- Say good-bye to making your children sit for a group photo. Now, everyone can look their individual best with multi-photo cards.

All About Us -- Remember stuffing your family highlights into your Christmas card? This season we created our Story Cards, a popular way to print text and photos directly onto the inside panel of folded card.

Matchy -- For a polished ensemble, unique design themes were easily coordinated with complementing thank you cards, address labels and gift tags.

All Grown up -- Steering clear of childish motifs and going for bold, sophisticated designs were big this year, especially for young families. Sorry Rudolph!

Spice it Up -- Everyone wanted to make their cards boldly shout, "I am not a bill!" when family and friends opened their mailboxes to find colored envelopes.

Coupledom -- More couples and newlyweds sent holiday photo cards featuring their favorite wedding pictures or highlights from another year of being together.

Picasso Jr. -- Popular with the photo demure and design savvy, many creative families choose to skip the photos altogether and scan in a favorite child's drawing or illustration in their place.

About Tiny Prints
Tiny Prints, Inc. is a web-based company comprised of two brands offering premium, personalized, social stationery. Tiny Prints provides simple, modern and unique stationery from photo birth announcements to baby shower and birthday invitations to New Year cards and Valentine's Day cards. Offering exclusive designs from the nation's top designers, easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service, their designs have been lauded by numerous television networks, publications and celebrity parents.

Media Contact:
Lea Armstrong
Tiny Prints, Inc.
650-209-1360
lea.armstrong @ tinyprints.com

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