Remember the good ole’ school days of having your friends over for dinner, running around the neighborhood and hosting friends over for slumber parties? Watching movies, eating snacks and chit chatting the night away with your besties? Ok, so maybe you’re doing all of that now — awesome! Perhaps your kiddos have been wanting to host a slumber party of their own and while you’re totally up to speed when it comes to adult snacking (hellllo red wine & cheese), the kids have a slightly different idea of what tasty looks like. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with all things slumber party related — from the cutest slumber party invitations to decorations your kids will love (and ones you can actually do).
So you’ve graduated from school, said good-bye to all of your college buddies and have moved away to a brand new city into a brand new place. Everything is new and shiny. Until you realize that nobody told you how to adult. What’s a bill? Thank you notes are a must? Did someone say something about cooking? Your head might be spinning, but not to worry — there’s an app for there. Actually an app for all of that. Being an adult isn’t as scary as it sounds — at least not for the most part. Yes, your responsibility to-do list has more than likely doubled in the last few months, but embrace it! Go ahead and bask in your new adulting glory and go forth to slay all that has to do with being grown AF. After all, now you can eat all the ice cream you want and nobody will judge you (well, mostly nobody). That’s the beauty of being all grown up.On the down side, there’s a bunch of new stuff you have to take care of and not much more time. Thankfully you’re new to adulting in the age of all things tech. There’s an app for everything — including how to adult. We’ve compiled the ultimate list here just for you so browse away and be the best adult version of yourself possible. Continue reading
Being a brand new parent is hard work. Even if you’re not totally brand new to the whole being a new parent thing, having tiny new humans around is no easy task — regardless if it’s your first or third go around. Actually, we’re still unsure how new parents manage their day to day to do lists without completely loosing it. Here at Postable we’re all about making the task of sending snail mail as easy as sending an email. And while being a brand new parent is crazy hard work, sending out Birth Announcements, Baby Shower Thank You Cards and your general kid-related snail mail doesn’t have to be. This got us to thinking — there must be other sources out there to help new parents take some of the hard work off their shoulders. Life hacks are the bees knees and life hacks for kids are even better.
Whether you’ve just celebrated your high school or college graduation, the time to step up your adulting game is now. Before we get too far in depth of introducing you to the whole idea of how to adult, we thought it might make sense to start you off with something obvious. Your graduation thank you notes. Yes, they are really necessary. In fact, thank you notes in general are pretty much an essential part of being a full grown adult, but we’ll get to that later. The good news, however, is that you’re living in the fabulous age of Postable greeting cards. The days of having to buy out-dated greeting cards at a card store, buying stamps at the post office and having to stuff and write your envelopes are over. Adulting doesn’t have to be so hard. At least not the part of adulting that requires you to show your appreciation. You can now mail your graduation thank you cards without ever leaving your computer.
To top off the convenience factor, Postable grad thank you cards are also rather bewitching. Check out these 6 graduation thank you cards — all designed by Postable’s talented artists — to write and send all of your cards in no time. Adulting will never again be this easy.
Anything and everything (almost) comes in a monthly box these days. With Father’s Day on the horizon you’ve probably been thinking long and hard on what to get dad for the special day. A monthly box subscription (along with a stellar Father’s Day card) is the gift that keeps on giving — month after month. If you choose wisely — according to your giftee’s tastes — these monthly surprises will likely be a welcomed delight. Wouldn’t you want dad to be delighted well after Father’s Day has come and gone? It can be hard to find the perfect gift for dad, we know. This is why we’ve compiled this Father’s Day gifts list full of manly subscriptions — perfect for Father’s Day this year.
And while you’re scrolling, don’t forget to send dad a Father’s Day card. Because a gift is great and all, but it means nothing without a few heartfelt words. You can easily write your Father’s Day card via Postable — we’ll print, address and mail it for you. Continue reading
Father’s Day is just around the corner. June 17th will be here well before you know it. And dad deserves a Father’s Day card, wouldn’t you agree? And while our list of funny father’s day cards may be the way to make some dads happy, you know your dad would appreciate something more along the lines of ‘nice’. What does a ‘nice’ Father’s Day card even mean? We’ve compiled 20 such cards here for your viewing pleasure so you don’t have to wait too much longer to find out. You also don’t have to wait to send your dad his Father’s Day card. Just choose the card that is nice-est, write your message and click send. Postable will print, address and mail the card straight to your dad without you ever having to lift a finger. If you think it’s too early to be mailing a Father’s Day card, there’s a tool for that. Use the scheduling option to set the card to go out just in time for Father’s Day. Pretty cool, huh?
Which card will you choose to send dad? We work with some of the greatest designers out there so we can be quite sure whichever Postable card you decide to choose, it’ll be nice. Like really, really nice. Continue reading
You’ve made it to the finish line, holy moly! Congratulations. Making it to graduation is no easy feat, but you did it! All those late nights at the library, group projects and crammed in finals week are finally over. Seriously, how did you ever get through it all? If you’re anything like us, you’ll probably have an urge to run around screaming “I’m Done” to anyone who’ll listen, but we’ve got a better idea. Let the people that love and care about you most know about your recent accomplishment with graduation announcements. What better way to share your big news other than in the utmost official manner? You could probably send everyone an official document, but graduation announcements are prettier. Also, that would be weird.
If you’ve taken some graduation photos already, you’ll have a million new photos to choose from. We’ve compiled 6 of our favorite photo graduation announcements — all of which you can have mailed without leaving your computer — for your viewing pleasure. You can click on the link below any of these card designs and play around with the templates with your own photos and information. Once you have the right combo, simply enter mailing addresses and click send. Postable will mail your graduation announcements for you. Magic!
Father’s Day is June 17th — that’s just around the corner. Here at Postable, we’re big fans of sending real (physical) greeting cards, especially on occasions that matter — much like Father’s Day. The dads in our lives are constantly showing up and being their awesome dad-selves. Father’s Day is the perfect time of year to show our appreciation. We want to be sure that we celebrate their awesome dad-ness with proper Father’s Day cards! What in the world is a proper Father’s Day card? A real hold-in-your-hand physical card that dad can hold and admire… Or laugh at. Which brings us to our collection of funny Father’s Day cards! If the dads in your lives like a good giggle or two then these funny Father’s Day cards will surely make their day. Continue reading
The month of May has come and gone which means new giggle-worthy links are on the horizon. By which we mean they’re here. Feel free to giggle away. Continue reading
In 2011, curiosity got the best of Kristen and she purchased a 1925 Chandler + Price Platen Letterpress from Lexington, KY and hauled it all the way back to Mississippi on a tiny trailer with just one other person as her letterpress-moving sidekick. With the press acquired she decided to open up Thimblepress. Not only is Thimblepress a letterpress studio, it is an art studio, sewing studio, design studio, woodworking studio, and basically anything creative that Kristen wants to try her hand at next. Continue reading