Holiday card shopping? Check out a post I wrote last year on options for emailing your holiday cards. I was running out of time last holiday season to get cards printed, delivered, written and then sent back out. I had the design ready to go, but couldn’t pull the trigger because it just struck me as such a waste. We were about 6-7 weeks away from Isobel’s birth and I could not bring myself to click “Checkout” and pay for $150 worth of holiday cards. (Not including postage!) While researching email options, I came across Paperless Post and ended up going with them. The designs were great and after I sent the one we chose, I could see if the card was delivered and opened. One of the niftiest features is that recipients can write a short message back to you. 

Holiday card shopping? Check out a post I wrote last year on options for emailing your holiday cards. I was running out of time last holiday season to get cards printed, delivered, written and then sent back out. I had the design ready to go, but couldn’t pull the trigger because it just struck me as such a waste. We were about 6-7 weeks away from Isobel’s birth and I could not bring myself to click “Checkout” and pay for $150 worth of holiday cards. (Not including postage!) While researching email options, I came across Paperless Post and ended up going with them. The designs were great and after I sent the one we chose, I could see if the card was delivered and opened. One of the niftiest features is that recipients can write a short message back to you. 

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  1. rebelrockstarprincess said: I LOVE Paperless Post! I used them for moving annoucements and birthday parties! I love that I can track who has opened my email as well!
  2. hershapeinthedoorway said: just sent my christmas party invites out on paperlesspost yesterday! and, when I was in “my account” I reread your card from last year! :)
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