Happy Mail Postcards
Postcards that kids (and adults!) will love to colour in and then send to someone to enjoy. Put a smile on someone’s face today by sending Happy Mail their way! 4 packs to choose from.
Make someone’s day by sending Happy Mail their way!
Each pack of Happy Mail has been designed with love for kids (or even adults) to colour in, write a message, pop a stamp on and send in the post.
If you want to stand out from every other person in someone’s life, send a postcard. Sending postcards are easy but we often forget or find ourselves too lazy to do it.
There’s something special about coming home and finding a postcard through your mailbox. A personal note, a hand written message from a loved one. Postcards and pen pals were actually the first global social network. Let us revive it!
There are 4 packs of 10 themed postcards to choose from.
Animal themed Happy Mail includes sayings such as “No lion. You are special to me” | “Bugs and Kisses” | You are O-fish-ally amazing”.
Food themed Happy Mail includes sayings such as “I think you are pear-fect” | “I have so mushroom in my heart for you” | “You are eggs-traordinary”.
Flower themed Happy Mail includes sayings such as “So glad you’re my ………” | “Thanks for helping me grow” | “Just thinking of you”.
Stay-at-Home Charity (A special edition for the times we are currently living in); includes sayings such as “Keep on going” | “Everything is going to be ok” | “Thinking of you”. All profits from this collection will go to The NHS Charities together and The Trussell Trust.
Each card measures 10.5cm x 15cm (A6 size). Designed and made in the UK. Printed on 300gsm FSC certified uncoated card. Each pack comes in a biodegradable cellophane sleeve.
Four versions available – animal, food and flowers & Stay-at-Home Charity edition (different designs on each postcard)
£5 per pack of 10.
Free delivery (mainland UK only)
A little note from Sharan;
I remember one of the first postcards I received was from my friend Rittu who was lucky enough to go travelling all the time with her family during the school holidays. A little postcard about where she was, what she was doing and how much she missed us! Sometimes the postcard used to arrive after her return, but it didn’t matter because that feeling you get when you receive a postcard – no amount of social media posting can replace that.
Postcards are personal, hand selected thought cards that make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. With family and friends scattered all over the world, I decided to create a selection of postcards with messages for my kids to colour in and send. It’s great for them and for the person receiving them. And secretly everyone loves receiving a postcard!
Maybe you think it’s just a piece of paper. For me it’s the proof of relationships. It means a lot.