Wednesday 24 July 2013

Papershaker cards / Review & Giveaway

Show me the words 'photographs' & 'personalised' and I know I'll love it.

They very kindly offered to send me a pack of 10 cards of my choice to review. I decided on a thank you card and chose 'Sweet Stars' as my design. They were really easy to create. I just needed to upload three photographs of C and put what I wanted into the text box. You can even play about with the illustrations! 'Sweet Stars' is a flat card so on the back, you can write your own message (folded cards are also available).

Delivery was very prompt and arrived 2 days later. 

I loved them as soon as I opened them and it's quite sad how excited I was about the Velcro fastener!

The quality is fantastic with the front of the card being on photographic paper and the back being normal paper so you can write on it easily if need be!

They arrived with 10 envelopes too so they're all ready for you to put the recipients name on and send them off!

I wish I'd seen this a year ago when C was just born but I definitely think I'll be ordering more to give out after his 1st birthday!

The cards start off at only 65p per card. You can find Papershaker at their website, Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: I received these items free of charge in exchange for an open and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own).

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2 comments on "Papershaker cards / Review & Giveaway"
  1. Aww these look fab!

    I didn't know Caleb had two middle names, all the cool kids do! ;)

    Sparkles & Stretchmarks

  2. Yep, Hayley. Thomas is my partner's twin brothers name and Jude is my dads middle name (I think it worked better than my dads first name - Karl) xx