Tips for printing Christmas cards from Snapfish include choosing high resolution photos to use, selecting a layout theme that matches both your preferences and the photos, and reviewing the card at each step to ensure its quality. When adding text or other features, ensure that they don't bleed together and that the pictures are still visible.
It is important to select clear, high resolution photos to use in a Snapfish Christmas card to ensure that the card prints clearly and without disruptions in color. Small or blurry photos often result in a poor quality card that is difficult to see or unable to print all together. Bright photos with a low amount of dark spots, such as shadows or people wearing black clothing, are also ideal because black ink tends to seep into other colors and is harder to show definition in subtle shades.
The layout of the card is also important, as each features different slots for inserting custom pictures. In general, it is helpful to choose a card layout with an orientation that matches the photo to avoid cutting off the image. Snapfish also offers tools to add text on the card, with options to change font style and color. Many cursive or thin fonts may be difficult to see in small sizes, meaning the text should be short to account for the most space and largest size. The color of the text should also be different from the background of the card or photo to ensure that it stands out appropriately.