Friday Find: Moonpig.Com Makes Greeting Cards Fun

Posted on January 27, 2012 by in Featured, Friday Finds, Tech

Moonpig.Com: Funny Name, Cool Cards

You know how you have an occasion to buy a card, Valentine’s Day for example, and you totally forget to pick one up every time you’re at the store because you’re too busy being terrified you’ll forget the toilet paper? I am terrible at remembering to buy cards. Thankfully, has come into my life and made that much easier for me.

I live most of my life online. I get my news online, I stay in touch with my friends online, I pay my bills online, and do most of my shopping online, so having a service that will let me choose, customize, and send greeting cards online is perfect for me.

These aren’t e-cards that were really cool for 30 seconds years ago. has a huge assortment of greeting cards for all occasions, and they allow you to personalize them with captions and customize them with photos. It’s great fun! I made three cards with photos I had taken and they all turned out great. The cards I chose had options to customize the front, both inside pages, and some even allowed you to customize the back.

Customize your greeting cards with

Mailing cards is easy with No more hunting for a stamp, or trying to figure out how much extra postage to put on that oversized card because takes care of that for you. All you do is electronically sign the card, enter the recipient’s address, and the card goes off in the mail! As long as you make your order by 2pm EST (Mon-Fri) it is printed and mailed the same day. The cards I made arrived within 3 days of making them, which I thought was really fast service.

You can either send cards directly to your recipient or you can send them to yourself, which is what I chose to do so that I would have customized Valentines for my husband all ready to go. The cards arrived in a sturdy white envelope that housed both the card and the matching envelope inside.

You can also set reminders in your account so you don’t forget important birthdays or anniversaries, which is perfect for me because I am the absolute worst.

The cards range in price from $3.00 to $7.99, plus postage and handling, which is pretty much what I pay in the store depending on the card.

You can even send cards overseas and to APO/FPO addresses! was launched in the UK, and they have an Australian branch, so they’re not just available in the United States. You can actually buy a card here in the US, enter the UK address, and it will be printed and mailed in the UK for much faster delivery than had it come from the States.

I can definitely see myself using for a lot of my greeting card needs.

Disclaimer: While I received a credit to use on to order the cards I created, my opinions are my own.

All photos except the Featured Photo (by Lisa Stoner) courtesy of


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Lisa is an unrepentantly immature fortysomething who loves photography, making great food for the people she loves, and her spankin' new grandson. She's a card carrying 80's refugee who can't make it through a day without her iPhone. She blogs at Follow Lisa on Twitter @ellemmes

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Posted on January 27, 2012 by in Featured, Friday Finds, Tech


5 Responses to “Friday Find: Moonpig.Com Makes Greeting Cards Fun”
  1. I can NEVER remember to buy cards. Anyone who got a Christmas card from me was a lucky SOB this past holiday season! This seems like a better way to get that done!

  2. I always prefer to buy greeting cards that have some automatic playing music. Electronic greeting cards are the best. ,,’`;

    Yours truly

  3. JoleenNo Gravatar says:

    What a information of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious
    knowledge regarding unexpected emotions.


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