13 April 2015

Inkly Cards App Review

I am a real sucker for some good old fashioned post and regularly send 'happymail' cards and letters to my collection of pen pals. I love sending cards or a postcard just because! However, I have been known to leave birthday cards to the last minute with no opportunity to get to a shop in time to buy, then write and post it. So, I love the idea of the Inkly App.

The Inkly Cards App has 1000s of different designs for all occasions that you can personalise, upload pictures to and even add your own handwriting, all through the use of a very straightforward app, available on both Apple and Android.

Inkly Cards App Review // 76sunflowers

To try it out I selected a photo card. The process of choosing photos from my iPad was simple and the app allowed me to play around with images, positioning and filters until I had my favourite selection. An additional image could also be printed inside. You can choose from a selection of fonts for the message or you can take a photo of your own handwritten message if you want a more personal touch. I chose to play around with the fonts.

Inkly Cards App Review // 76sunflowers

There is a choice of envelope colours and the name and address can either be printed via a font or your own handwriting.

I sent my card to the husband so I could see for myself the quality and time it took to get here - I ordered it Thursday afternoon and it arrived Friday morning. The card did not disappoint and it is now proudly on display!

Inkly Cards App Review // 76sunflowers

To find out more visit http://www.inkly.com/.

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Disclaimer: I received a free code to use from Inkly Cards. As always, all views and opinions are my own.

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