For less than than what you'd pay for one paper greeting card, you can send a card to your Valentine, your friends, your family - pretty much everyone you love, with enough left over to design a girls' night invitation around a movie! And, to prove that love don't cost a thing, Paperless Post is introducing a line of FREE designs, too!
What I love about Paperless Post, as opposed to other sites that offer e-greetings, is that the designs are as original and elegant as paper products you'd find in a boutique stationery store.
To Carrie. Love, Big
The designer gets to really put her special touch on an invitation, birthday or holiday card. I sent this one, from the new free line, to Dan (or as I usually call him, Z) who's been out of town with work while I've been home going to boot camp. Cute, no?
There are even options for photo cards (think grandparents if you have kiddos!). I used this
with this funny message...because I've been known, on occassion, to read the tabloids.
If you want playful or pretty, you'll find all styles of cards at Paperless Post! I love that Paperless Post cards arrive in the recipients inbox in a cute envelope that opens up to reveal a pretty liner, which the designer can select. Because it really isn't like JUST sending an email, your intended will surely feel special (not like you just forgot...and sent a quick message!).
I'm SO excited that Paperless Post is offering one I Do Declare reader a chance to win 50 Coins for creating and sending clever cards and invitations - for a birthday, for a party....OR, just in time for Valentines Day!
To enter, be a follower of I Do Declare and then leave a comment telling me how you'd use the Paperless Post coins! Will you create invites for an upcoming St Patricks Day party? Will you play Cupid sending Valentines to everyone you know? Are you like me, who likes to just send Paperless Post when setting up dinner plans because designing one is so, so fun??
I'll announce a winner on Monday, February 13!
I was compensated only with a reader give-away for this post. I am a longtime customer of Paperless Post and feature often the designs I create on my blog.