This post is an affiliate post where Paperless Post offered me free coins to try their product. This review is my opinion and mine alone.
I’m not sure how old you are, but I remember when everyone started having an email account and ecards were the hot thing. They were cheesy, impersonal and so cool. Then they disappeared into the abyss along with floppy discs.
Needless to say, I was skeptical when Paperless Post emailed me and asked if I would be interested in trying out their online cards. In my independent research I found they are nothing like the old e-cards. Their cards are beautiful and able to be completely personalized. They aren’t cheesy either! I’m still a big written card person and they make printed products too. Paperless Post is the best of both worlds.
Calli’s birthday is the week of Christmas which means The Holidays are really busy in our house. That also meant I failed at getting invites out for her birthday and ended up making an event on Facebook. Not exactly my finest moment. I wish I would have had Paperless Post then. I could have at least gotten a real invite out to everyone.
Lets face it, we’re all busy. Paperless Post helps you to keep your sanity. If you forget about something like a birthday you can get a card out instantly. Or if you want to save paper and do it electronically they have your back. Or, if you want beautiful paper products, they have that too!
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