My daughter went to a birthday party last week, and due to our crazy living situation, we didn't have the time or supplies to make a card, which sent me to the store at the last minute to buy one. It took longer than the gift to pick out, and I still wasn't happy because all of the options were pretty poor. The funny ones weren't funny, and the cards for a girl were either too childish or all wrong. (Not all 10 year olds use text slang when talking. The attempt at cool landed squarely on pathetic.) Plus, the prices are crazy high for something I was embarrassed to purchased.
I kicked myself for not thinking ahead and using Treat. Brought to you by the fine people at Shutterfly (so you know the quality is good), Treat allows you to send personalized, beautiful cards for any occasion. This isn't buying cards in bulk; it's a special card with pictures and inside jokes make especially for your BFF, or a card with the picture of the grandchildren for your mom's birthday. I've sent both of those through Treat and the response was incredible. The cards become part of the gift itself, not just a way of attaching your name to a package. You personalize the card, use a picture if you wish, and Treat will mail it for you. No need to get to the post office. It's super simple, and all for the price of an uninspired store card.
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Treat is fun and unbelievably simple. You'll never look at store bought cards the same.