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Paperless Post - For Today

Hey neighbors!!

Here is a post for those people today who do everything electronically.  Do you still write and send birthday cards, party invites (think graduation, baby shower, etc.), and thank you notes?  If you prefer to do everything from your computer, then Paperless Post may be the very thing you need to sign up for.  I had the opportunity to try them out, and although I dd not have an event going on, or a lot of cards to send out, I still went in and designed and sent a Paperless Post so I could see how it worked.


I created a card for my daughter who lives in GA and sent it to her.  It was very easy to do and is not much different than creating for a group of people, because you do not add emails until the end.

Once you have your account created you simply choose the event you are looking for, Graduation, Birthday, Wedding, Parties, Professional,  or Greeting.  They do also have the ability for you to design flyers now.  Paperless Post runs based on coins you purchase to pay for your cards.  There are free options, which you can find out about HERE as well as how to purchase the coins.

Choose the type of card and then you are literally walked through each step.  You can choose different cards, youth, adult, etc.  You have the option of uploading your own images.  You can change your background, edit the text and once you are happy and done with your choices, you pick who to email the cards too.  1 person or 100 the choice is yours.

What a benefit to those who prefer to send invites and cards electronically.  No more dealing with having to purchase stamps and run to the post office.  It is all right there on your laptop.

Thanks for stopping by today!! See you soon!



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