paperless post

I always stock up on thank you cards when I see them, and have a few birthday card leftovers from a workshop I took last winter, but sometimes nothing beats the instant gratification of sending an ecard. I’ve struggled to find well-designed ecards that didn’t involve some sort of cheesy message or animation though until I signed up for Paperless Post. It offers a great selection of paperless stationery by designers like Peggy Wong at bluepoolroad and you can customize the cards and the envelope. Paperless Post is perfect for a quick thank you note or last minute party invite. You can sign up for free, but you get a limited number of stamps. You can buy more stamps and coins (used for advanced features) via its website though. Have you signed up yet? How do you feel about ecards?


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