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Cards that always go down well
Member Name: ceebee27
Advantages: Simple and easy to use
Disadvantages: None really.
I'd had the jingle from the advert stuck in my head so many times, but had never used Moonpig as I thought it would be more difficult and require more forward planning than just going into a card shop and picking up a card. The cards featured on the advert also always looked a bit like cards you can buy in the shops anyway, just personalised versions.
Then for my birthday last year, I received a personalised moonpig card from a friend which I thought was absolutely great. After that, I decided to have a look at the website myself and discovered that they have a really good range of cards and the ways in which you can personalise them is extensive too.
Some cards you can edit the text, such as names and ages and things and other cards you can upload photos too. I've used Moonpig a few times now and by far my favourite are the cards where you can upload lots of photos to make a bit of a photo montage on the front of the card which have gone down really well among my friends.
The price isn't too bad either considering you'll be getting a fully personalised card. You can also specify the date you want the card to be delivered by so the recipient will receive it on their birthday which is good. There's also an option to send the card to yourself and it comes with a blank envelope as well.
Summary: Easy to personalise cards which always seem to go down well.