Postable Brings Back the Amazing Charm of Handwritten Cards
Ever since I understood what gifting is all about, greeting cards have been of primary importance in my life. I am one of those who may have adapted to this whole new culture of SMSs and e-cards and Watsapp but somewhere down the lane, the charm of a handwritten card is still fresh fragrance for me. But in spite of that charm, I still hesitate to go for handwritten cards over e-cards and online messages. I need not say why! The immense hard work that goes in writing thank you cards and greeting cards and wedding cards is inexplicable. Those who have had the experience already will agree with me. Now that we are coming close to a season of greeting cards, I think it’s time I introduce Postable to you. You see, not everyone wants to let go of the charm handwritten cards have yet!
Don’t Forget the Charm of Greeting Cards Ever
Be it your wedding or party invites or Christmas or baby shower, Postable has your greeting card requirements covered for any occasion. As they say, “Really Nice Cards, Mailed for You.” The process of using Postable is simple. You first need to select your card which are 100% recycled, then use the website to type your message in the handwritten font you desire and finally let Postable print, stamp and mail them for you. A single card will cost you $3 while a bulk of 10 or more will cost $2 per piece. And if you’re a postcard person, they’ll cost you $1.50 each.
Getting Mail Addresses Made Super Easy
That solves the stressful task of getting your cards ready. But did I forget something important? I definitely did. What about fetching the mailing addresses? Isn’t that tiring? With Postable, it isn’t. The system works as follows – They give you a link (postable.com/yourname) which you need to share with your friends and family who can then enter their mail addresses themselves. Easy as a piece of cake!
What I really like about Postable is the way they are trying to keep the elegance of greeting cards in the digitized universe of the 21st Century.
As far as I am concerned, I think this service should be global and spread across those who still believe in smelling the fragrance of recycled paper and still adore the beauty of handwritten fonts in an age where we have literally taken the keyboard as the only source of writing. Let’s taste the old-school spirit of greeting cards once again people. Let’s do it the Postable way this time! Happy Gadgeting!