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Online greeting cards - Good, bad, indifferent?!!

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MCML2016 Tue 26-Apr-16 20:32:03


So I have a lot of birthdays this month, and i'm thinking about actually becoming one of those organised people and setting up an online account to pre-order in bulk and for last minute cards.

Has anyone had any success with these (for any occasion?) Time and money is precious so would really welcome an opinion! I have received some lovely cards and a beautiful personalised kids book from Moonpig so thought that was a good place to start.

Help!!! xxx

Bellyrub1980 Tue 26-Apr-16 20:34:56

I bought my DD's 1st birthday card from there. I was really happy with it. It was personalised in as much as it had her photo on the front and I wrote a poem for inside. Only drawback is that it didn't have my handwriting, but as it was from me and her Dad I didn't think this mattered too much. Plus she's 1 and can't read and looked at it for about a millisecond!! But I was really impressed by the price and have considered an account also.

Bellyrub1980 Tue 26-Apr-16 20:36:29

Oh and just remembered I have the grandparents Christmas cards from her with her photo on the front! They were from Boots though and the quality was nowhere near moon pig

MadisonAvenue Tue 26-Apr-16 20:36:37

I've only ever used Moonpig for cards (for all occasions) and they've always been lovely! They arrive the following day more often than not, and the one time I had a problem with a card they sent out an immediate replacement.

You've actually reminded me that I need to get on there and do some creating and ordering as I have my Dad, my husband and our son celebrating birthdays within the next 10 days.

Bellyrub1980 Tue 26-Apr-16 20:36:45

Have = Gave

cozietoesie Tue 26-Apr-16 23:13:54

I've used them for the occasional personalised one when I wouldn't easily have been able to get down to the postbox and been quite satisfied with the product. I've also put most of the relatives on their 'reminder' facility which has proved useful.

seasidesally Wed 27-Apr-16 22:39:30

the card factory is online and does a great selection of cards you can personalise and gifts and reasonable

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