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This is a GUEST POST from Rebecca Wyatt Thomas

I can use text messages to send a quick hello. I can use e-mail to send updates and share photos of my kids. I can even use Facebook to invite my friends to a gathering at my house. I will not, however, use electronic communications to say two simple words: Thank you.

For me, there is something about the handwritten letter to express gratitude to someone who has blessed you in some way, whether with a gift or a kind word or action. I know the person on the other side probably isn’t going to save it forever or frame it, but I still want the cards to look nice. Paper Culture has made adorable cards with modern designs that are great for the environment.

We are expecting a baby in just a few weeks. I know I will need thank you cards on hand, so I ordered a few from Paper Culture to keep on hand as we lead up to her arrival and thank those who visit us afterward.

Paper Culture offers birthday cards, holiday cards, stationery and invitations all made-to-order and customizable with photos and text. I am so impressed with the birth announcements that they are definitely on my list of things to buy once the baby girl arrives.

Besides the thousands of unique designs, quality 130 lbs, 17 pt cardstock and the easy online ordering and quick delivery, the really cool part about Paper Culture is that they plant a tree with every order. My one little order contributed one of the more than 300,000 trees the company has planted to date. And, for no cost, you can dedicate your tree to a person, family or even pet.  And this isn’t a tit-for-tat-type situation. All of the cards are made of 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, so no trees were cut down to make the products Paper Culture sells.

Don’t have a lot of time? Get your cards stamped, addressed and mailed all for the cost of the stamp as part of the Mail and Message program.

If you choose to have the sent to your home so you can write them out or include a special message, you can rest assured that they will be in your mailbox in no time! Mine came within a week. They are delivered in small, cardboard box with a thank you note from the company for the order.

I can’t wait to get a chance to send them out once our little girl makes her arrival.

Check out Paper Culture for yourself. They are all over and being featured in big name magazines like Real Simple. Plus, you can learn more about the products from Paper Culture on PinterestFacebookTwitter, or the Paper Culture website.

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Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.
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