I received this product for free to provide an honest review. All opinions expressed within this post are genuine and impartial.
Have you heard of Paperless Post? It is a company that designs customizable online and printed stationary. It proves that communication can be personal and well-designed - regardless of the medium. They have partnered with several word-famous designers and lifestyle brands. Including two of my favorites, Kate Spade and Jonathan Adler. They have delivered OVER 85 million cards to date! When they asked if I wanted to try out their site and app to use with my class - of course I said yes!
Paperless Post is SO user-friendly. You can either use the on-line site or the app.
There are many various options of cards to send. They range from online invitations and cards to even weddings! I decided to try out the birthday cards with my students and co-workers.
Within the birthday cards section you have several to choose from. You can choose from a general selection. Or, you can get more specific with for her, for him, or belated.
You can send the cards via e-mail or purchase a print out card to be sent.
My students happen to have their own email addresses through the school. If your students do not have email addresses, you can send the cards to their parents email.
There are a large number of cards to choose from. You could easily send a different card to each of your students throughout the year. There is also a huge variety. I happened to find a unicorn card that I knew my unicorn-loving student with a birthday coming up would love.
You can personalize the background and add a personal note. You can change the formatting, font, color, spacing, height, and text effect. You even get to pick an envelope liner...check out these rainbows!
Lastly, you can pick a stamp and postmark. After you have finished, you just enter the e-mail address where you would like it to go...and voila!
I hope this smile conveys the excitement of receiving a special card from your teacher!
Once sent, you can keep track if your card has been opened by the reader. I love this feature for sending various cards to both students and adults. You never know if a card has been lost...this helps a lot!
Speaking of sending to adults...wouldn't your co-workers love a stylish card for their birthday too?
Below are just some of my favorites to send out to my co-workers at my school.
Are you itching to get started on your own cards? Head to Paperless Post to do so. I would love to hear about what you send!
*I received free credits to Paperless Post in exchange for this honest review.