If you're sending cards this holiday season, why not do it from the comfort of your own computer or your phone, rather than at the post office?
Online services like Shutterfly have cards covering all occasions and will mail to your recipients for an extra fee.
Cards start at forty cents and you can import your contact list from Excel, Outlook or an iPhone, so you don't have to manually enter addresses.
Postable office 100% recycled cards with a personal touch.
Select from different handwriting styles and upload your own design for unique look.
Prices start at $2.50.
Ink cards is an app with over 500 designs.
Import photos from your phone to personalize the card.
Prizes start at $2 for US shipping or $3 to send internationally.
Make sure you check holiday shipping dates and deadlines before ordering, so your cards arrive in time.
Otherwise, you might want to send a virtual card, like those from Paperless post.
Featuring famous designers like Kate Spade, you can customize text and envelopes just like a physical card.
In San Francisco, I'm Lexy Sivvedes, CNet dot com for CBS news.
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