Anyone a last minute gift giver? I’ll admit that I have definitely been known to be a last minute gift giver, but hey who hasn’t fallen victim to this at least once? I try to plan well in advance for holidays, but sometimes this thing called life happens - luckily there’s Paperless Post to help us get a little something special out the door that says, “Hey, I’m thinking of you,” totally stress free! This year, I’m getting out some last minute Valentine’s Day cards using Paperless Post!
I love that they have so many different cards to choose from, whether you’re sending Valentine’s Day cards to your besties or your significant other. Paperless Post is so easy to use, you literally just sign up for an account (it’s free) and then start making your cards! My favorite part is that you can make cards anytime and schedule when you’d like them to be sent via email - this definitely helps me out because my brain is bonkers and I’ll be thinking of someone’s birthday like 3 months in advanced.
I’ve include the super simple steps below to walk you through the process - it’s super straightforward and you can choose from free cards or buy coins to pay for premium designs.
STEP 1 - Choose Your Card
Once you’ve set up your free account, you can browse hundreds of different cards. I went straight to the Valentine’s Day section to begin picking out my card designs for the year.
STEP 2 - Customize Your Card
Once you’ve picked out your card you can start customizing to the recipient. Pro tip: I loved so many different cards, but you can only design at one a time, so I added a bunch to my favorites list so that I could go back and customize them later for people.
STEP 3 - Enter One or Multiple Recipients’ Names
The cool thing about Paperless Post is that you can make one card and then send it to multiple people, which is great for party invites or holiday cards. You can also build out your address book and save people so that you don’t need to manually keep re-entering their name each time you want to send them a card.
STEP 4 - Schedule Your Card For Sending
My favorite feature in Paperless Post is that you can schedule when to send your cards! I love this feature because I’m often thinking so far in advance when it comes to birthdays and holidays. This helps me make sure I get cards sent out in time and relieves some stress because I don’t have to be like, “OH MY GOD, I need to remember to send a card on XX date!” Anyone else have a brain like functions like mine?
I scheduled my Valentine’s Day and Galentine’s Day cards with Paperless Post this year as well a few birthday cards for friends and family that have upcoming special days! I hope you all found this post helpful!
Please leave your comments below and let me know if you’ve tried Paperless Post!