So, when it came time to design Christmas cards, I wanted them to be just perfect. I won't say how long I spent rearranging pictures and choosing fonts, but it was an extensive process. I was super excited when I received the email saying my gems had shipped. I could already imagine people's faces as they received the perfect Christmas card from yours truly. I tracked the package through it's journey; my excitement mounting as the day finally arrived when the UPS tracker told me they were out for delivery. I happened to see the UPS man as he approached and met him at the door. As soon as I was inside, I carefully opened the package to see my beauties.
I expected to see my version of this lovely:
Of course you can see where this is leading. When I opened my cards, the initial was WRONG. It's not even the font that is shown in this example, it would be what I would describe as Arial (my computer geek comes out, the font in the example has serifs, arial does not, serifs make things look pretty!)
Otherwise I will admit, the cards are lovely. But they're not perfect. And Shutterfly has a satisfaction guarantee. So I'm debating asking them to reprint, but unfortunately that means most of my overseas family won't receive the cards in time. Maybe I'll just suck it up. No one but me will know the difference. Just another life lesson~ things can't always be perfect.
**Update: So Shutterfly reviewed my order and couldn't see the difference, but since I wasn't completely satisfied, they credited me for 50 more cards. Good to know they stand by their satisfaction guarantee. Had they not, I think I would have passed on using them again, but now, I am a happy customer :)