Hi lovelies! I'm back! And guess what kind of surprise I have for you?! Have you ever sent a birthday card to your friends as a gift? Well, in my case I've never done something like that in the past, but when I discovered Paperless Post I must confess that I found a very lovely, creative, even a fun way to wish my friends a very happy birthday!
I'm gonna be brutally honest. When it comes to remember and buy birthday gifts for my beloved ones, I'm the worst. Since I'm a flight attendant sometimes I don't even have time to remember and buy a present for my friends. Paperless Post has given me the solution to solve my problem. From now on I'll just take my phone and open the Paperless Post app (whenever and wherever I am) to wish my friends a very happy birthday before I forget it!!! Yes, because it happens to me all the time! But now, I have this awesome service 24H per day to help me!
Now, I'll explain how this service works: Go to https://www.paperlesspost.com/ create your account. You have to buy some coins in order to have credit in your wallet. Once those steps are done you can choose your card (there are many pretty designs for you, you can customize them too!). Lastly, you grab your friend's email address, if you want, you have a preview of the card. In addition you can schedule and check the response of the recipient.
What do you think about this service? have you tried Paperless Post before?
This post was published in partnership with Paperless Post. All opinions are my own.
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I want to thank Paperless Post for sponsoring this post once again.
Paperless Post is a digital events platform that helps you to create online and paper invitations and stationery that reflect you individual aesthetic. Their distinctive, customizable designs and powerful online tools make it easy to communicate and connect expressively on any occasion- from everyday correspondence to milestone life events. Paperless Post collaborates with leading fashion and lifestyle designers, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Rifle Paper Co. and John Derian. To date, Paperless Post users have sent over 85 million cards.