The Modern Postcard

04 March 2014

One of the hardest parts about traveling is staying in touch with friends and family back home.
Sure, there are plenty of social media outlets to help you stay connected, but after a while you lose that "personal touch". 

That's where Lettr comes in.
Lettr allows you to send a personalized postcard to friends and family without the hassle of post offices. Everything is done online! The best part about it? Once you have personalized your post card from your mobile device, Lettr prints it out and sends it to your recipient within 2-3 days!

To me, it almost seemed too easy. So I decide to put Lettr to the test and try it out myself.

Here's how it works.

Step One:
Take a picture.

Step Two:
Write a personalized message to a friend or family member back home and sign your name.

Step Three:
Add your recipient's info.

Step Four:

Each postcard is unique and personalize in the easiest way possible! My favorite part about it? Lettr prints it out and sends it for you! No international postage worries! All for less than a cup of coffee!
I really do enjoy this service, as it takes a personal touch and does all the hard work for you.

Let me know if you have heard of Lettr or decide to try it out for yourself!
Click here to check Lettr out!

Happy Tuesday!

*This is a sponsored post. I only collaborate with companies if I believe their product to be valuable to my readers. All opinions are my own.


  1. Who did you send yours to? x

  2. Oh how neat I have never heard of this so thanks for sharing:)

  3. Love this! Postagram is another great alternative!

  4. Interesting, I'd never heard of this but it's definitely a great idea!

  5. This is such a great idea!
    I feel like it could make me a better friend to long distance buddies :)

    Esther x

  6. That's a neat idea - although i always try and hunt out a real postcard for mailing when i'm away - love sending postcards and mail I will be honest!

  7. Oh my god I was just about to comment 'I wish we had this for normal mail' then I realized we do and it's called email, wow. Good thing I caught that, that would have been embarrassing. Lovely post. :)x


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