We get so many wonderful comments on our Facebook Timeline. We just love hearing the enthusiasm and stories about the cards people send.
We caught up with one of our new users who posted on our Facebook, Liz, to find out about her experience of recently signing up to Touchnote. Thanks Liz – you rock, and we *love* your photos!
What was the first photo you sent?
I took a photo of my son and daughter, Harriet and Finley at Cheltenham race week. We went to see the helicopters that come into the course, and this was taken of my kids standing on the fence watching.
Who did you send it to?
I sent it to my parents from the kids, telling them that they love them. It was my first card, so I wanted to see what they looked like.
And what did you think of the quality?
I find the quality of the print & postcards fantastic 🙂
And your next postcard?
This photo is again of my kids, this time at the park. I love this one of them. They are 11 months apart in age my daughter is the eldest and this picture you can see how similar they are and how happy they are.
And who was the lucky recipient?
I actually sent this photo as a postcard three times. Once was from me to a friend, one was as a thank you (sent from the kids themselves), and the other was as a birthday card from the whole family. It’s so easy to send a photo more than once!
I had fab feedback from everyone – they absolutely love them. My mum’s postcard is out on display, and I know that one is on fridge door.
Why do you send photos as Touchnote postcards?
I think it’s a bit different, much more personable and actually cheaper than buying a card and posting it yourself.
How do you think you’ll use Touchnote in the future?
I will be sending birthday cards and thank you’s. I bought a set of 10 credits and I’m working my way through them, so will need to buy more credits soon!
Anything else you’d like to add?
Just that I love the postcards and that I’m always trying to think of otherreasons to send them. I will be sending many more in the future. Just need to keep taking pictures to put on them 🙂
Thanks very much Liz! 🙂