Christmas cards made by children but mass-produced

(9 Posts)
12Poppy Sun 29-Sep-13 19:42:21

Hi, last year DS's nursery did lovely christmas cards made by the children that were then 'mass produced' ie the child's hand-drawn design was sort of photocopied professionally onto cards (think you could buy minimum of 10). They used a company called fat chilli. I'd like to do something similar this year but that company only caters to schools/nurseries with minimum number of children. Does anyone know of any companies that do this (hope I've explained it properly!) that would take orders from individual families? DS loved sending these cards last year but no way has the patience to make many cards individually iykwim. Thanks!

I'm pretty sure photobox will do this if you can scan the picture somehow.

sleepdodger Sun 29-Sep-13 19:45:23

Moo.com v good and can have different designs too ie 10 different rather than just 1 design

BikeRunSki Sun 29-Sep-13 19:50:03

Take a photo of the drawing or scan ot and upload it onto Moonpig. Then choose a Christmas card template.

12Poppy Sun 29-Sep-13 19:53:51

Thank you! Don't have a scanner but taking a photo of the 'original artwork' should do the trick - didn't think of that blush

Katieweasel Sun 29-Sep-13 20:16:45

Our school used Cauliflower Cards last year. I'm sure they do individual orders too. Cards were lovely.

Littlemousewithcloggson Sun 29-Sep-13 22:30:00

I used moonpig last year but chose to put the design on a pack of notelets instead as it was much cheaper. They were proper cards just a bit smaller.

Littlemousewithcloggson Sun 29-Sep-13 22:38:27

Actually, thinking about it it was photobox I used, sorry, and was invitations I used as Christmas cards. Was delighted with the cards though and they were about 80p each.

Belugagrad Mon 30-Sep-13 12:52:15

Ive thought about this but I think money is going to be tight - so i decided to get some colour in cards off ebay (mary and jesus, but they do non religious ones) - worked out at about 20p a card including envelope and 2 yr old DD can go nuts colouring them in through Nov and Dec! I'll let u know how that works out!!

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