They are pretty cool, you can choose up to 100 images to print on your cards, and since my strong suit is my photography, I decided to choose a bunch of detail shots of my favorite looks.
Overall the process was pretty simple, you could connect directly to flickr or etsy to upload your images - my only complaint is that once you pass the first step of choosing images, you can't easily go back and add in another. Instead, you must start all over again, which I did about five times. This was annoying since I've got thousands of images in my flickr photostream and there was no fast way to scroll through them all.
Of course this could have been avoided if I'd chosen all my photos beforehand and put them into a set, but I still think Moo could have come up with an easier way.
Once that was done, the rest of the process was a breeze, just filling in the information for the back, and choosing the colors.
The cards themselves are great, nice and thick with excellent print quality. Love them!
Yellow Dress Forever 21 - Striped Blazer H&M - Shoes Adrienne Vittadini - Bag Coach Thrifted - Belt Gap - Bracelets Kohls, Handmade, The Cavernous Jewelry Box - Ring c/o Poshlocket - Ring The Cavernous Jewelry Box - Necklace Banana Republic