I was recently given the opportunity to review some Monogrammed Note Cards from Paperlicious. There are a variety of styles to choose from, and I picked the Pink and Brown Polka Dots for my cards. The package includes 30 monogrammed cards, and 30 pastel pink envelopes that perfectly match the design on the cards. (You can choose to add a return address on each envelope for .29 cents each too!)
I was also able to choose the font I wanted for my monogram, and went with the Amazone...I love the script style fonts! They come packaged in a recloseable box, so you have a safe place to store them until use. The cards themselves are very nice, and made from a heavy weight stock so they're very sturdy. I was very impressed with my cards! They have my initials on the top, circled by pink and brown polka dots. Then at the bottom, there are alternating pink and brown stripes. Very fun and girly looking! I love to handwrite notes (yes, I know email and texting seem to be the standard form of communication. I still like sending and receiving written notes through "snail mail" though!)
They make writing letters much more fun and personalized, too!
"Paperlicious was conceived in New York City in 2005 as a fun way to express our unique ideas for personalized correspondence. Our experience in entertainment and event-planning in the music industry led to the practice of designing individual paper-goods for our friends™ parties and life events. In fact, owner Amy DeRouen Nelson designed all of the paper for her wedding, which was seen on E! Style Network's Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?
We decided to launch this hip new company to bring our fresh perspective to the world of custom printed invitations, birth announcements, and social stationery. We are pretty proud of our unique ideas (like our Momager Calling CardsTM) and think we have the perfect mix of contemporary stylish designs at affordable prices.
Using recycled fiber paper is not the only way Paperlicious supports their community. The sale of many Paperlicious products trigger donations to various charities. For example, for every order received for their Twins line, Paperlicious donates $1 to the March of Dimes. Paperlicious also supports Operation Happy Note, a charity that provides musical instruments to soldiers overseas, and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, an organization that is determined to find a cure for Type I Diabetes."
Paperlicious now uses 100% recycled fiber paper from Neenah Environment, which is Forest Stewardship Council certified, processed chlorine free and Green-e certified.
Paperlicious is giving a $25.00 Gift Code to one of my readers!!
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