I’ve always been a sucker for a good greetings card. I enjoy getting people cards to celebrate the small and the big things in life; it shows you’ve thought about them and it’s nice to think that you’ve put a smile on someone’s face. I buy cards both in-store but also online too, from independent designers and card makers, which is why I was so excited when I was approached by Paperless Post.
Paperless Post have been around for 10 years so I’m surprised I hadn’t heard of them before, especially in today’s digital age.
“Customise online cards, invitation and flyers that reflect your personal style – for weddings, holidays, birthdays and other meaningful events”.