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Say Thank You with Paperless Post

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#gifted Saying ‘Thank You’ is so important at Christmas, and today I’m showing you how easy it is to say ‘Thank You’ with Paperless Post!

I have always loved sending greetings cards, and when I was growing up my parents always encouraged me to write a little thank you note for Christmas and my birthday. I still really love sending cards, but I can’t always find the time to sit down and write them around a small family and growing my business. I want to be able to sit down and take time over it, but the trouble is that it takes me so long to handwrite them that I rarely get around to it!

So when I was recently approached by Paperless Post to try out their selection of online greetings cards, I was really excited. They have an amazing selection of cards for all occasions that you can send via email, and it’s really so easy to customise them. I’m going to show you just how easy it is in this post!

Creating your cards with Paperless Post

One of the things that I love about Paperless Post is that there are so many designs for all occasions. I searched for ‘Thank You’ to get started with mine – if you type ‘Thanks’ then you get a lot of options for Thanksgiving (which are lovely, just not what I was looking for!).

 

Thank you cards | Hello! Hooray!

 

There is a really great variety of designs for all occasions and whatever your style, and it’s great that there are loads of different designers on the site. You can find out more information about them on the site too, so it feels like you’re getting to know them a little more. The design I chose is by Hannah Berman and I’m so happy to have discovered her beautiful illustrations. This is the design that I chose for my first card:

 

Paperless Post background | Hello! Hooray!

 

I am completely obsessed with pom poms, so I had to choose this background for my card. Being able to customise the background and the envelope as well as the card is a really nice touch, and there are loads of options here too. This is just a small selection that you can see here on this screenshot! Once you’ve selected your card and the background, you can move on to writing the text – but don’t worry if you change your mind, it’s super easy to customise everything again if you want to change the look of your card.

 

Thank You Reverse | Hello! Hooray!

 

We have kept this message short and sweet, but you can write a lot more if you want to! And because it’s digital, you can customise it for lots of people. Amazing! Once the message is complete, you can choose your envelope before popping in the details and sending. It really is that easy!

 

Paperless Post envelopes

 

Here’s another little card that we sent to our friend who we saw at the weekend:

 

Thanks a Bunch

 

Thank You Matilda

 

Post for all occasions!

I’ll definitely be able to say ‘Thank You’ with Paperless Post over the Christmas period, and I’m really looking forward to experimenting with more designs. Little One absolutely loves typing at the keyboard at the moment, and it’s a great thing for her to be able to type her name on the cards and help to send them too. You can even schedule cards in advance, which is a brilliant feature and I’ll definitely be using this to send more cards in the future.

But there’s so much more that you can send digitally too – birthday cards, seasonal cards, save the dates, birthday invitations, flyers for get-togethers…the list is endless! And with so many designs to choose from, you’re bound to find the right greeting!

 

I’d like to say a big thank you to Paperless Post for gifting me coins to use to try out their greetings cards! All opinions of the Paperless Post site and cards are my own.

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