enGreet is an online greeting card service that allows consumers to personalize greeting cards and have paper cards printed and mailed directly to their friends and family immediately or on a scheduled date. You can also order cards and have them sent directly to your own house for those times when you need an extra card on hand (and I know we've all been there). This service is aimed at busy professionals, parents, military families, and anyone who otherwise finds it difficult to get to the store and purchase a card and then to the post office to mail it out. enGreet carries over 2,000 unique cards from artists around the world for any occasion, from Chinese New Years to Christmas. enGreet also offers numerous other features such as the ability to import your Facebook friend's birthdays or you can choose to include a gift card to be sent with your card. You can also upload a spreadsheet of all your friends and mail a card with just the click of a mouse. Think of how much easier mailing holiday cards could be with this service. To find out more about enGreet you can follow them on Twitter or on Facebook.
enGreet allowed me to try out several cards, which came at a perfect time because my boyfriend's birthday is in November, my son's birthday is in December, and my boyfriend and I will also be celebrating 10 years together in January so I decided to get a card for each occasion. It was very hard to choose a card because there are so many good ones to choose from. In the end I chose the Red Car card for my boyfriend's birthday, the Mt. Rushmore card for my son's birthday, since he loves President Obama, and the On Our Anniversary card for my 10 year anniversary. I chose to personalize the cards and just add a little personal message and my name on the bottom. In addition, I had one more card that I could choose and I decided to choose the Kitten card, just to have on hand, and I chose to leave it blank inside and add my own message later.
After finally being able to find the perfect card, which is the hardest part, personalizing and setting up delivery is very easy. I chose to have each card (except for the Kitten card) delivered on a separate date closer to the actual event. Like I said, I had the Kitten card delivered to my home just to have on hand because we've all been in that spot and maybe needed a card to give to a girlfriend as a pick me up or a thinking about you or get well, etc. The site overall is very easy to navigate and it's fun looking at all the cards to choose from. I love huge the selection of traditional, alternative, religious, humorous, romantic, and just fun cards.
If you sign up for an enGreet account, you'll be emailed a code for 15% off your first order of $5 or more.
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