I downloaded Red Stamp last week after seeing it mentioned on A Cup of Jo. The app is free and available on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. (According to the website, there is no Android version yet because of technical issues.)
Using Red Stamp, you can create cool thank you cards, invitations, birth announcements, holiday messages, etc.
Many designs can be personalized with photos and can be sent via text, email or with a physical postcard (!).
Using the app to send digital cards is free. Paper postcards cost $2 and decrease in price if you’re ordering in bulk.
Since it’s free, you don’t even need a holiday to send a card. (Here’s Nolan with a surprise he woke up with)
On A Cup of Jo, Joanna Goddard suggested it as a modern twist on sending thank you notes from new moms. If you are a new or new-ish mom, you’ll probably remember the whirlwind that is the first few weeks and months of motherhood. While friends’ and family’s generosity is beautiful and kind, sending out those thank you notes can zap every free moment you have. Everyone suggested, “Sleep when the baby sleeps!” but I couldn’t. I had laundry and thank you notes to write.
What do you think? Are digital cards (particularly thank you cards) as “acceptable” as paper ones?