As many of you will know, I’m a Mum, teacher, blogger and co-own our family photography business. All in all, I’m pretty busy most of the time, and love discovering beautiful things which also make life a little easier!
I have been aware of Paperless Post for some time, and over the last couple of weeks I’ve had a dabble with it! To say I’m hooked is an understatement! I thought it might be useful but had no idea just how perfect it would be! I’ve already sent congratulations and thank you cards to colleagues and clients – two planned and one totally spontaneous after some lovely news!
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There are so many positives about Paperless Post, it’s hard to know where to start. Firstly, they have numerous designs for every kind of card you could wish to send. This really impressed me as there’s nothing worse than looking for cards and failing to find the right design for the recipient or occasion! Secondly, the whole process of customising the card is so easy. You can change fonts and backgrounds, envelope liners etc…
It really is very easy to make sure your card is just right! If you’re not very creative or you are in a rush, the designs provided are lovely too, and can be ‘sent’ as seen.
The process of sending the card is just as straightforward. You simply enter your name and the subject of the email, and then your recipients’ details. You can preview your design before sending it, just to make sure it’s absolutely perfect! Once sent you can log in to see if your card has been opened, and you might even be surprised to find your recipient has sent you a message back! I’ve already had one message and wasn’t at all surprised to find that they loved the card and design. They also thought it was very clever to send it electronically!
I’m not giving up on sending cards – that’s a tradition I love, alongside handwritten notes. However, I am a definite convert to Paperless Post too!
Disclosure – I received Paperless Post coins in exchange for my honest review and opinion of their products and service. All opinions in the above blog post are mine alone.