Please note this product has elements that are designed to look like glitter, but no actual glitter will be printed on this product.
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Average Customer Rating:
(2 Reviews) 2
Rating Snapshot(2 reviews)
2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Drip Drop Shower
Review 1 for Drip Drop Shower
Date:February 21, 2014
Beautiful Baby Shower Card
"These are the cutest cards ever! I am using them for a sprinkle shower. I ordered these cards on a Sunday and received them the following Thursday, super fast for standard delivery.
Here's my issue with them; I had a shock when I opened the invitations. The description is that the card has elements to look like glitter...if this is what they are talking about then it needs to be rephrased...card has elements that look like someone dotted them with brown ink. I would have preferred glitter. I did call thinking the printer had goofed. Nope! The specks are on purpose. I don't have the time to send the cards back to order something else and besides, I love this design. I just really hate the specks! Even for a vintage look, the specks don't blend well in my opinion. There is NO brown on the card so why random brown specks!! I wanted a simple and flawless look and all I see is brown dots. The dots DO show up in the preview, and NO I did not notice this to begin with. If I had known at the time, I would have not ordered. Yes, the specks bother me that much.
Just wanted others to know what they are getting before ordering. I still think the design is the best and I will order again from Tiny Prints."
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Review 2 for Drip Drop Shower
Date:February 21, 2014
Pros: Simple Chic
"These cards and envelopes were great quality and came out even cuter than I expected. Would highly recommend, especially if throwing a shower for an expecting mother who doesn't know if she's having a boy or girl.
The only downside is there is very limited space to fill in shower info. I didn't realize that the last line containing registry info was cut off until I received them in the mail. This was my fault, I should have caught that in the design phase. I just attached a piece of paper the size of a business card that contained the logos of the places she registered and paper clipped it to the card."