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Homeschool Resource Review: Mailables

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Homeschool Resource Review: Mailables

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By Amanda Werner

Birthdays are usually a great time of celebration for many families but not all families can be together when one of the members is celebrating their momentous occasion.

Sometimes it is so hard to figure out which card or gift should be sent out to the birthday recipient because that person has everything or you are looking for that unique in the world of ordinary.

Homeschool Resource: Mailables

Recently I was given the opportunity to craft with Mailables. You may be wondering what in the world is Mailables as I myself, wondered when I first heard of them.

Mailables has a lot going for them. First off the company is here in the United States and the product is made in the United States. This is a huge plus and I don’t really care what sort of product you have, I will try to shop your business for this fact alone. Second, the company was founded by a woman and is run by this woman with the help of family. Last but not least, Mailables donates ten percent of their profits to charities such as the Red Cross each year. Honesty, integrity and character in one single company is a rarity these days.

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What exactly is the product and how does it work?

Honestly when I first opened up the envelope containing the Mailables, I wondered just what in the world I was going to do with two pieces of cardboard and an envelope. However, I showed the birthday cards to my children and they were ready to craft. We have finished our Mailables yet we have another two months to go before the next birthday happens so we have put it back in the package for safe keeping.

See also Amanda’s review of Don’t Know Much about History.

Mailables is two pieces of cardboard that fits together to form a 3-D present that can be displayed by the recipient. The card comes pre-printed with a design and you or the children get to personalize it by coloring the design. When you are done coloring, just slip the card into the envelope provided in the kit and mail it to that special someone.

This is a great way to show grandparents, extended family and our soldiers overseas how much they are appreciated on their birthday.

Mailables will be expanding their line of greeting cards to include Christmas, which I hope will be soon. In the meantime, you can visit the Mailables website at www.mymailables.com to order a birthday card or two for that special someone. These are very reasonably priced at $5.00 per card and of course mailing the card will cost a little more than your average stamp.

I received the Mailables product free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given. My opinion is my own and yours may differ.

Amanda can be found occasionally blogging about the new homeschool year, farm life and everything else in between over at All American Family.

 

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