Redwood City, CA—Tiny Prints, a provider of premium personalized stationery, is now sharing a new home with Shutterfly, its sister brand since 2011.
At shutterfly.com/tinyprints, customers can browse the Luxe stationery designs they have come to know from Tiny Prints. Moreover, they have seamless access to Shutterfly’s free, unlimited photo storage. They also can order Shutterfly’s range of photo books, personalized gifts and home décor collections—all with a single log-in.
With a renewed emphasis on designs, Tiny Prints also debuted its Limited Edition Collection. The collection is a curated selection of designs by celebrated artists and is available for a limited time only. The collection features personal stationery from Tobias Tovera, Stina Persson and also Justina Blakeney.
Tovera is an American visual artist recognized for his work in painting and the sensory surrounds of his multimedia installations.
A San Francisco Bay-area local, his paintings explore color and movement, making them a perfect backdrop for Luxe foil lettering.
This Swedish artist strives to balance the bold with the delicate. She creates a dynamic aesthetic that translates on paper.
She has spent much of her adult life abroad and draws her inspiration from people faces around her.
A designer and artist, Blakeney is also the author of the New York Times best-selling book The New Bohemians. Her signature designs are seeded with botanicals and bright colors, adding a boho vibe to everyday stationery.
“We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Tiny Prints home on Shutterfly, as well as the new Tiny Prints Limited Edition Collection,” said Christopher North, president and chief executive officer of Shutterfly, Inc.
“This move offers our customers the same Tiny Prints premium stationery they love, with the added convenience of a single log-in and access to a breadth of personalized Shutterfly products across the platform. The Limited Edition Collection also further reinforces our commitment to industry leading design and artistry.”
In addition, continuing its long-term tradition of giving back, Tiny Prints increased its commitment to Baby2Baby. The company pledged 10% of sales from its birth announcements to the nonprofit (up to a $300,000 donation). Baby2Baby provides low-income children, ages 0–12 years, with diapers, clothing and basic necessities.
For the fourth year, Tiny Prints has been instrumental in the growth of Baby2Baby. This has allowed the organization to distribute more than 13 million diapers, 162,000 hygiene products, 80,000 pairs of shoes, 60,000 backpacks, thousands of cribs, car seats, strollers and other essentials.
“We’re honored to continue our partnership with Baby2Baby and support its mission through a higher percentage of sales from our birth announcements. It allows Tiny Prints and our customers to help make a meaningful difference in the lives of many in need,” said John Boris, chief marketing officer, Shutterfly, Inc.
Shutterfly, Inc., is a leading online retailer and manufacturer of personalized photo products as well as services. Founded in 1999, its brands include Shutterfly, which offers photo books, gifts, cards and stationery; Tiny Prints boutique; and Wedding Paper Divas, which provides wedding invitations and stationery for every step of the planning process.
Also under the Shutterfly umbrella is BorrowLenses, an online marketplace for photographic as well as video equipment rentals. In addition, the company owns GrooveBook, an iPhone and Android app and subscription service that prints up to 100 mobile phone photos in a GrooveBook every month. shutterflyinc.com