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Proper Post Review December 2016

Proper Post is a monthly delivery of 5 beautifully curated items which include greeting cards and stationery. Also 2 cards of your choice from a very exclusive range. The Proper Post subscription service offers a few different options depending on how long you wish to sign up for.
This is one of the key things i really like about this delivery, and that is Proper Post offer a one off trial pack for £7.99. If you’re not sure whether you want to subscribe for a whole year (for example) this is the perfect way to try it out! This includes; 1 x A5 Art Print, 1 x Copper Foil Pencil, 1 x A6 Folded Card and 1 x A6 Flat Card. 
The other options vary from option to option. Starting from £13.99 for a year subscription or £14.99 for a month to month subscription, Proper Post really offer an affordable way to get those cards out the door.

The cards are much more unusual than you’d find in any of the high street stores. This is great as you know the likelihood of getting someone the same birthday card is extremely slim. With a different theme each month you are pretty much guaranteed to never receive the same card twice.

Each month you will receive 7 items including the 2 cards of your choice. Each month you will be reminded by email which birthdays and events you have coming up and you get to choose your two greeting cards from a wide range, so you have the choice to find just the perfect card for every occasion. You also get to choose optional additional extras like postage stamps or packs of kids cards or packs of our cards to add to your order! I love this! It makes it super personal and tailored to exactly how you want it.

I think this is a really different way of sending your personal cards each month and an absolute bargain too. Head over to Proper Post now to subscribe today.

1 Comment

  1. 28/12/2016 / 11:45 am

    Thanks for shgrani. Always good to find a real expert.

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