September 04, 2009

Paper Culture Review

I LOVE cards! I love sending and receiving cards! Really. I know that snail mail is going out of style, but I still love checking my mail every day. Especially when I get a fun letter from a friend instead of a bill!! Maybe that's why I love Christmas time so much.... all the cards I get to send and receive. Well, I try to send them, when I don't forget. So when I was chosen through MomFluence to review a few products from Paper Culture I was more than a little curious and excited!

A few days later I received a little package in the mail. Being absent minded like I am I had no idea what could possibly be in the little brown envelope. I ran inside thrilled to have a 'fun' package to tear open! What was it? An assortment of brightly colored samples from Paper Culture!

Here's some background on the company:

The products are Eco-Friendly!! They come from 100% post-consumer recycled paper, are generated by wind power, and printed on FSC certified paper. This company really truly cares about our environment and is making every effort possible to provide outstanding quality products while respecting the environment. To learn more about all of their extensive eco-friendly practices visit Paper Culture here. And don't let the eco-friendly paper fool you.... it's super thick and GREAT quality!! I was shocked! It's much better than a Shhh... Hallmark..... Shh card!!

Paper Culture is also very modern in design! I was pleasantly surprised by how lovely the designs were! They pride themselves on the bright colors and are influenced by brands such as Apple and Kate Spade!! Have I ever told you I LOVE Kate Spade?

And my favorite part about this awesome company? The convenience solutions it offers! Seriously, if you read no other part of this post.... please, READ THIS PART!!!! Paper culture will actually stuff, address and mail your letters!! I know what you're thinking.... that's too expensive. No way. But it's not! The only charge is the price of the stamps!!! How cool is that?! Remember how I was saying I love Christmas cards, but always forget them? Well, here's my solution!! It's so simple!

What exactly do they sell? Invitations, announcements, thank you cards, and much more!!

How much are they? The card are as low as $1.49 each. And they're only $2.29 if you buy only one card! That's way cheaper than that standard run of the mill card that you can pick up in the mall! And now through September 30th you can save $15 on a purchase of $75 or more!!

I really to do LOVE this company!! The stationery is affordable, fashionable, high quality and environmentally friendly. Coupled with the convenience factor... you can't beat it. And I'm not the only one who loves it! Paper Culture has also been featured in Cookie magazine and in the 2009 Tony Awards Gala gift bag!!

Get more info!!

Phone: (877) 77-CULTURE (877-772-8588)

Paper Culture Location: California (Northern, Bay Area)


Eva Gallant said...

it's too bad no one uses snail mail much anymore. Getting a letter was such a treat.

just dropping by from SITS to say hi; hope you'll do the same.

♥ Teresa ♥ said...

I LOVE to send and receive cards, too. I send all kinds of cards such as encouragement cards, b-day cards, sympathy cards, thank you cards, etc. Everyone always seems to be surprised that I send so many but I just love to do it. It is a blessing to me. One thing that is very important to me is that my children learn the importance of sending thank you notes. I'm afraid this is quickly becoming 'a thing of the past'. Many young people today are just not being taught how important it is that you send thank you notes, especially to acknowledge the receipt of a gift or when someone has done something kind for you. I also have enjoyed teaching my girls the blessing of sending encouragement cards to people. It always makes me feel good to send them and I'm sure most people like to receive them. It is always nice to open something that isn't a bill!

Well, I've really enjoyed visiting your blog today. I would love for you to come by mine sometime if you have a chance. In the meantime, I hope the rest of your week is amazing!


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