Does anyone still buy Greeting Cards?

Sample Card from Paperless Post Under Thoughtful Gestures.

I’ve always been one to stand for hours in Hallmark, looking for just the right card to pick out for that special someone’s special occasion.  It had to be the right card for that person from me.  It had to share and represent our special bond.  Over the years the price of cards have gone up; well everything has gone up in price.  I find myself now looking for the 99 cents cards and picking the one the fits the occasion.  I even go as far as writing on the wrapping paper….”Happy Birthday…Love, arelis.”  I rarely purchase a greeting card anymore.  Does anyone still buy Greeting Cards?

A few years ago, a friend of mine introduced me to this website called Paperless Post.  Its a wonderful site of greeting cards.  They are beautiful cards and fully customizable.  The site is SUPER easy to use and the prices are reasonable.  So far I haven’t paid anything for a card, but if I wanted to its an option.  I say give it a try.  If you can save money, why not? 

Do you still buy Greeting Cards?  Do you use any special websites that serve the same purpose?  Or do you get creative?  Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Until then,

2 thoughts on “Does anyone still buy Greeting Cards?”

  1. I do buy cards for birthdays and other holidays. I bought two for my daughter’s birthday on Saturday. One from me and one to be from her daughters who are too young to buy them yet. She loves receiving cards and if I forget to buy, or make, one for her she is very disappointed. Lovely post and I hope you never stop buying or making cards for your family and friends.

    Peace,
    Morgan

    1. i actually like making cards morgan, one christmas I made hand drawn story time covers and wrote the story behind the picture inside, my friend loved it and says its her favorite card…I might do that again this Christmas. We’ll see if time allows. I hope your daughter enjoyed her birthday if it has already passed :) I do save all my cards :)

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