#Sponsored {living outside the stacks} Paperless Post
Disclaimer: I received coins for my cards courtesy of Paperless Post. All opinions are my own.

I’m lazy.


I’ve said it. I own it. It’s my truth.

Every year, I make grand plans to send out Christmas cards. I collect addresses. I pick out funny cards for those who like to laugh, faith-based ones for the more traditional recipients, and everything in between for those who fit neither category. In the end, the cards get stuffed in a drawer with hopeful promises for the next year.

But I know. We all know. They’re never going to be mailed.

But there’s a work around…

Paperless Post! Paperless Post “…designs customizable online stationery, to show that communication can be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium.”  Paperless Post boasts designs from such well-known lifestyle brands as Rifle Paper Co., Jonathan Adler, and Kate Spade New York. And don’t think you’re just limited to cards! You can create online invitations, flyers, and so much more.

I was provided with free coins for the purchase and customization of my Christmas card courtesy of Paperless Post. And, I’ll be honest, picking a design was the hardest part of the process because there are soooo many choices. I chose to personalize this card with a photo I snapped of The Hubs and myself. The card is “sent” via email in an envelope to the recipient. Once the card is sent, you receive a notification and tracking information so you know the card has been sent and received.

If you still like to go the traditional route and send cards via the Post, there is the option to print the cards as well. For my selection, it is $47 for 20 cards or $2.35 per card {which is less than you’d spend for a card at a traditional store and these are personalized}.

Are you good about mailing cards? Would you consider using Paperless Post, if so, for what occasion? Let me know in the comments below.


Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}



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