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When I’m getting ready for the holidays, one thing that I always consider is sending holiday cards. I don’t always follow through with it, but I do think about it every year. I may only send 2 or 3 handwritten cards – because mail is fun. However, I’ve been researching ways to send more cards, but in a more eco-friendly way! That’s where Paperless Post comes in!
Some people may think digital cards or invites lack taste and that personal touch, but you know what? I think digital cards an invites just make sense in 2017. Think about it: Some people check their physical mailbox maybe once a week and most people check their email inbox MULTIPLE times a day. Don’t worry about it getting lost in the mail, just get your card in their inbox and everybody will be happy! Paperless Post makes it super easy! Plus, your traditional card will probably end up in the recycling bin, so save a tree in the first place!
Whether you’re sending a holiday party invite, a baby shower invitation, or your yearly family greeting card, Paperless Post helps you create a custom digital card. There are plenty of design options to choose from: Upload your own or choose from popular designers like Kate Spade or Oscar de la Renta. It’s a great way to combine beautiful design elements in an efficient way without hurting your wallet or the environment.
Gearing up for the holiday season can be crazy. There are parties to plan, foods to eat, and greetings to send. However, using Paperless Post, you can send out your holiday greeting cards and invites from one interface. I’m not planning any parties yet, but I’m definitely getting my Christmas cards in line.
Check out some of the MANY holiday card designs that Paperless Post offers!
I chose the “Lump of Coal” card to customize because I thought it was pretty darn funny!
The entire process is very intuitive and user-friendly. Here are some step-by-step shots for customizing your own holiday cards!
Depending on how detailed you make your card, the cost will vary. Once you’ve designed your cards with premium details (or not) and created your recipient list, you’ll see the cost per card. That said, there are many free options as well! Great for a budget-friendly option!
Once your recipient has received their card, there is even a chance for them to send a note right back to you! Great for a wedding or a party RSVP – I’m just saying! Save some trees, stamps, time, and money with this digital tool – it’s a win-win for everyone!
I’m looking forward to sending out more digital cards in the future for birthdays and other celebrations. I love filling up people’s inboxes (or mailboxes) with goodies when I can. I love things that are easy on my wallet, eco-friendly, and won’t clutter up my home, and Paperless Post makes that happen with these digital cards!
PLEASE NOTE: This post was made in cooperation with Paperless Post and Anagram Interactive. All photos appear courtesy of Paperless Post.
Tell me in the comments: Have you considered sending digital cards and invites? Or is the old fashioned way more important to you?
Ashley Lya Payne
Wow Ive heard about this company before and was intrigued then… were they on Shark Tank? Anywho… thanks for the inside scoop! I am definitely excited to try them out now! My hands get too tired from hand writing cards each season lol this should be a nice break 🙂November 1, 2017 at 4:21 am
I think they were! And also, no trips to the post office for stamps! Another major perk!November 1, 2017 at 4:42 am
I am such a huge sentimentalist! I love sending cards and digital makes it even easier and there’s so many designs to choose fromNovember 1, 2017 at 4:36 am
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