Postable – Cards Made Easy

Years ago, I discovered, Treat, a website that allowed you to write and send cards (snail mail) without actually handwriting them or sending them yourself. Sadly, Treat no longer exists. Luckily, I discovered a new company, Postable, that does the same thing but even better!

 

Postable

Postable allows you to pick a card of your choice, and fill in the details (address and content) through their website.  Then they take care of the rest, including mailing. The great thing about Postable (in addition to not having to handwrite/buy stamps/mail), is that they have a great selection of designs, and paper quality. It is basically all of the fun stuff about letter writing (picking that beautiful card at the uber cool stationery store and making someone happy), while having someone else do the annoying parts.  So great, right?

 

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Je T’aime. Now it is so easy to be thoughtful! It literally takes minutes to go to the website, pick a card, write it out, and send it.  This, my friends, is a lifesaver!

 

Postable has a terrific assortment of cards for different occasions, and with great artists. Take a look — I promise you that it will make you want to send a friend a card…..

 

For Valentine's Day, I sent my husband this beautiful card. Not that he thought it was beautiful (he doesn't notice this type of thing), but I love love loved it.

For Valentine’s Day, I sent my husband this beautiful card. Not that he thought it was beautiful (he doesn’t notice this type of thing), but I love love loved it.

This is the font I chose -- doesn't it look like my real handwriting? I love it!

This is the font I chose — doesn’t it look like my real handwriting? I love it!

The whole look. Even the envelope with the to and from address is written in the chosen font -- continuity and perfection.

The whole look. Even the envelope with the to and from address is written in the chosen font — continuity and perfection.

 

It is truly a luxury. And once you use it, it is hard to go back to any other type of hand written letter. You must try! Check them out at postable.com.

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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2 Comments

  1. No way! This is such a great idea. Totally using this site next time I need to mail my grandparents a card. Love it!

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