It’s the first official day of Fall and the start of one of my favorite seasons. Well, I guess all of the seasons are my favorites for various reasons. But there’s something about Fall that is so special to me. The crisp air, the jeweled colored leaves, and the beginning of a new school year are all magical to me.
I enjoy sending cards because even though we are so technology driven these days and we enjoy the quick engagement and banter of texting and emails, there’s something special about getting a card in the mail. A special paper card that we find like a treasure amidst the bills and junk mail. At least that’s how I feel.
During the holiday season, we may receive dozens of cards which delight me. But then what happens during the rest of the year? Maybe we receive a birthday card, but that’s it. Instead our mailbox is strewn with junk mail and bills.
I know for me, when I see an envelope that isn’t bill-shaped, I’m intrigued! Someone has thought of me! I’m delighted before I even open the envelope. I know, you probably think I’m being silly, but that’s truly how I feel.
Above is a card from SendOutCards which is a way to send cards from your own computer, but your recipient gets a real card in the mail. You can even attach a gift card or present as well, from the hundreds of gifts offered on the site.
If you’d like to try it, please send a card on me. It’s fun because you can personalize the card with your own photos, your own sentiment or you can pick from the huge variety available for you!
The price for a card is cheaper than going to the store and you can send your cards from your own computer or the app on your phone whenever you wish! I use it all the time to lift the spirits of friends, to keep in touch and to send my own holiday cards!
Making life easier and staying in touch are key! So, if you’d like to check it out, please use the link below. Enjoy!
Click here to send a card for free on me!
That’s a little pricey for me to sign up for but I’m a big card sender. Have boxes of cards that I send to friends all over the world and country. I still believe in snail mail. I also do e-mail cards for people on the go.
I love that you’re a card sender like me! It ends up being about $1 a card plus postage, but honestly, if you already have many cards available, enjoy them! Thanks for checking it out though Marlene! I appreciate you! xo