Flickr welcomes Tiny Prints to 'Do More' family

Flickr has teamed up with online stationery service Tiny Prints to enable users to make stationery with images in their photostream.

Flickr on Friday announced that it has formed a partnership with Tiny Prints that will see the online stationery site's services become a part of Flickr's "Do More" offering, which currently enables users to add images from their photostream to credit cards, order prints, and create books.

According to Flickr's John Nguyen, Flickr users will be able to create customized stationery with the images contained in their photostream through the Tiny Prints service. He said that Flickr chose to work with Tiny Prints after it got the company's attention with its "lovely, high-quality, beautifully designed baby announcements, wedding invitations and other photo projects, including holiday cards."

Tiny Prints will join Capital One, MOO, and others as part of Flickr's "Do More" group, but unlike those that focus on adding your images to your credit cards or ordering prints, Nguyen was quick to point out that Tiny Prints will only provide stationery services to its customers.

Tiny Prints can be accessed from Flickr's page now. To commemorate the partnership, Tiny Prints is currently offering a $20 discount on all holiday orders over $99.

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