Recently, I was given the chance by Paperless Post to test out their website and share my thoughts with you all so that’s what I’m here to do today. I know we don’t usually review other websites, but this is something I was genuinely interested in. All opinions here are my own.
I’m a big fan of giving cards to people. Birthday cards, Christmas cards, Get well soon cards, Thank you cards—I’m all for them! The only problem is that I write so much that I end up having to attach extra paper into cards. That’s how much I love writing cards for people.
So you can imagine my excitement when I went on the Paperless Post website and there were hundreds of beautiful cards to look through. I played around with quite a few styles, and sent a gushy thank you card to Michelle. Then I headed into the world that is Paperless Post’s birthday cards. Let me tell you, I considered sending myself multiple cards just because they were all so stunning.
There are lots of different designers that work with Paperless Post. The one I was most excited for was Kate Spade—I love the journals she makes but I can’t afford them, so a card was kind of like the next best thing. I spent hours going through the designs and trying to pick one to send to my dad for his birthday in November.
Once I finally decided on one, I went into the little customisation studio. This process reminds me a little of Canva in the way that it is so easy to use. There are lots of different fonts you can use, as well as different patterns and so on. The whole website is so simple to use, which I really appreciated. Plus the cards look absolutely gorgeous.
I would definitely recommend Paperless Post if you too enjoy sending cards to people, especially digitally. With that said, I’d like to formally apologise to all of my friends for the bombardment they are about to face. I hope you all like pretty cards with soppy messages too!
Thank you to Paperless Post for giving me the chance to share this with you!