A handwritten note has the power to change hearts, move minds, and trick prison wardens. Find a way out of chemistry class with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of custom invitations, announcements, and holiday greeting cards online from Keeping Me Posted.
Helmed by spousal stationery savants Sammy and Kristen, Keeping Me Posted allows patrons to digitally create high-quality stationery using nearly 200 inventive designs. Utilizing state-of-the-art customization tools, card sharks can tailor invitations, announcements, and holiday cards online, adjusting the font, size, and style while vacillating between color, black and white, and scratch-and-sniff tones. Pick up a Bella birthday card for someone waking up older or scoop up moving announcements as friendly reminders ($15.90/10 cards).
Eschewing crumpled pages from neglected novels for top-quality thick matte paper, Keeping Me Posted prints its designs using HP Indigo printers for an elegant pronouncement that bursts with vibrancy. Customers can edit their cards and preview the final product at no additional cost, and can upload photos from Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, and the dreams of loved ones.
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Instead of picking out a premade, cookie-cutter holiday card for her family, Kristen decided to make her own. This small decision eventually led to huge opportunities: her husband, Sammy, was so impressed by her homespun creations that the two of them decided to channel Kristen’s craftiness into their own business. Today, the married duo captain Keeping Me Posted, a creative operation that combines Kristen's talent for colorful designs with Sammy’s business know-how to yield custom, one-of-a-kind cards printed on first-rate materials.
Once customers choose from more than 200 designs, including modern shower invitations, moving announcements, and Christmas cards, they can upload images from their computer or straight from Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, or SmugMug. The program easily filters pictures into black-and-white or sepia tones for those sending cards to family members who live in the 1920s. Customers can also personalize the cards with their names and personal messages. Once an order is submitted, the staff optimizes each photo for printing by removing red-eye, brightening hues, or sharpening the resolution if needed. HP Indigo printing presses then emblazon designs on thick, high-quality matte paper. Customers interested in crafting a wholly unique creation can call to have Keeping Me Posted custom design any card for no extra cost.