Tag Archive for 'Caricature Cards'

Hazel Eyes

Big news: we’ve added the option of hazel eyes to the PosePrints caricatures!  I don’t know what took us so long (considering I have hazel eyes myself…*), but here we are with FOUR eye color options for your personalized characters and custom stationery.  Brown!  Green!  Blue!  And now…HAZEL!

Now don’t get me wrong.  We’ve had lots of people ask us to change their caricatures’ eye color to hazel, so there are plenty of cards, magnets and other PosePrints stationery floating around that feature hazel-eyed poses.  But now it’s official.  Personalized stationery for our hazel-eyed friends.

Is there an eye color I’m missing?  Turquoisey-blue?  Deep, deep brown?  Yellow cat eyes for Halloween?

*(Note to self: must order new business cards and thank you notes.)

$1 New Designs

We’re like the dollar store over here — giving away magnificent products for just 100 pennies a piece!  Really, though: through the end of April, our new spring card designs — Cherry Blossoms and Balloons — are $1.00 a piece. 

That’s $15 for a set of personalized stationery.  For your mom.  For Mother’s Day!  Click here to personalize our Balloons card, and click here to personalize our Cherry Blossoms card.

And pssst: we might be offering a Mother’s Day discount in the coming days.  Make sure you’re signed up for our newsletter to get the code!

New Design: Balloons

With PosePrints’ 5th birthday fast approaching (July 17th!), it’s about time we added a birthday “Balloons” theme to our designs. Right?

Birthday Balloons Design

The colorful balloons — in shades of red, pink, purple, blue, green and yellow — are appropriate for adults’ and kids’ birthday parties alike. Here it is with the caricatures customized for twins’ birthday party invitations:

Twins Birthday Party Invitation

And for a first birthday party invitation:

Balloons First Birthday Invitation

And for a 30th birthday party invitation:

30th Birthday Party Invitation

Like the balloons, but not really digging the rainbow colors?  As always, we can customize the colors of anything on your PosePrints — free of charge.  Just let us know what changes you would like to see in the “Comments” section at check-out, and we will send you a proof to approve before we print.  Here is the 30th birthday party invitation with pink and purple balloons:

Balloons Birthday Party Invitation

Click here to check out our new design and create your own caricature for a “Balloons” card!

 

2011 Holiday Designs

We canNOT believe the holidays are already approaching, and Holiday Card Madness (technical term) is upon us!  It’s not even November, we know, but it really is time to order your personalized holiday cards — PosePrints holiday cards, of course!

To make it easy, here’s a breakdown of our holiday designs.  Simply click on the one you like and you’ll be taken to our website to personalize it with your custom caricatures!

Christmas Polka-Dots (new for 2011!):

Winter Snowflakes:

Christmas Tree:

Champagne Bubbles:

Christmas Lights:

Blue Gifts:

Christmas Gifts:

Pink Recipe Card:

Recipe Card:

Don’t forget to deck out your caricatures in their holiday best!  Add mistletoe, Santa Hats, a menorah, winter scarves, candy canes and Christmas colors to your pose when personalizing your holiday cards.  Click on any of the designs above to begin personalizing your Holiday Cards with your holiday caricatures.

Also, make sure to “like” us on Facebook for huge savings opportunities this holiday season!


Before it all began…

The idea behind PosePrints came to fruition over time — a long time, actually.  Back in the early ’90s, Denise (mom) used to send off Jen’s (daughter) drawings to Hallmark, hoping the obnoxiously-colorful-and-busy animal drawings would pique the corporation’s interest.  That obviously did not happen.

Then, post-college, Jen started working in advertising sales with an awesome group of (mostly) ladies in NYC.  With an entry-level salary, Jen couldn’t afford to buy anything fine enough for her co-workers, so she would instead made them birthday cards featuring their look-alike caricatures.  They loved them (or at least told her they did).  With that inspiration, Jen and Denise decided they would turn personalized caricature cards into a business plan.  Voila!

Jen really misses her old co-workers.  Aren’t they lovely?  (Names withheld to protect identities. ;) )