Literally the Best E-Cards on the Internet

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2nd Apr, 2013

Seriously, we need to stop Facebook-ing our loved ones for their birthdays or when the holidays come around. But if you type E-card into Google, you’ll probably be faced with a lot of options that make you think you might just be better off posting on their Facebook wall. Enter Paperless Post. A beautiful e-card shop that modernizes the tradition of correspondence but feels like you’re still sending something very personal– the old fashioned way. Paperless Post allows you to send cards and invitations along with interactive envelopes and custom stamps, postmarks and font styles. The company works with some great names to create their cards, including artists from The New Yorker, Kate Spade and Magnum Photos. So next time there’s something to celebrate, stay off Facebook, you know where to go…

For birthdays…

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On Valentine’s…

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For “Save the Dates”

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Season’s Greetings…

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Santa Baby

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To Congratulate…

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For Moms…

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(And Babies)…

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