Loving Postcardly!

Sponsored post.

I love sending mail and keeping the family and friends updated but I have found myself running out of time to even get out to the mailbox. This is why I am so excited to have a sponsored post by Postcardly today. They have made my life so much easier and with the holidays coming up I have a feeling I will be using them just about all the time. Take it away Postcardly

We have a hunch that your baby is so cute that everyone is clamoring for pictures all the time. It’s easy to share photos online, but what about your friends and relatives that aren’t so plugged into social media and photo sharing sites? When you’re juggling diapers, sleep deprivation, and a wiggling baby, the last thing you want to think about is how to print off and send a picture to your Great Aunt Irma.

That’s where Postcardly comes in handy. Just write an email and attach a picture, and Postcardly will turn your email into a physical postcard and send it to the address you specify through the U.S. Mail. No rustling through the junk drawer to find a pen, standing in line at the post office for stamps, fighting with inkjets, or taking SD cards to the drug store. Just a quick email from anywhere in the world, and any device with an internet connection.

When your Great Aunt Irma opens her mailbox and there’s a postcard featuring your message and a high-quality picture of your beautiful baby, addressed to her, it’s almost as good as the day she gets her tax refund. Postcardly makes sending letters and pictures easy for parents and makes checking mailboxes fun again for everyone else.

Now you can see why I’m kind of obsessed with Postcardly, it’s so easy! I even follow them on Twitter and Facebook to make sure I’m in the know of what they are coming up with next. I cannot wait to send Grandma and Grandpa daily updates of every single occasion. Is it weird that I even want to send them a postcard of the cupcakes we made the other day?



Isaac, Rachel, Sam, Caleb, and Grace Wofford

I'd never heard of this! But my daughter just had her first birthday so this is perfect timing. I made a card to send out, then I couldn't help wanting one for myself. I put her recent accomplishments on the card, so I thought maybe I'll send myself a card each time, and keep them in a case for my three kids to look at and for us to remember all their fun activities since I can't seem to keep up with their baby books or a journal!


@Britt, thanks! Paul from Postcardly here. That's my son Silas, who is by far our best spokesperson. I took that photo right after we had mastered swaddling, and I was rewarded with the best smile ever.


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