If you're like me, you enjoy the personal touch that comes with sending good, old-fashioned snail mail. These days many of us opt for the ease and speed of virtual communication, especially when you want to consider the environment and avoid wasting paper. Postography has taken the charm of a postcard and combined it with the convenience of a smartphone to make a totally sustainable app to send messages to your friends and family.

Here’s how it works: You take a photo with your smartphone, write a personalized message, and Postography prints that postcard and sends it to whoever you want, wherever you want! Add a nifty border and you can even include your original signature by using your finger to sign your name! The best part about Postography is how dedicated the project is to staying green. They use 4x6 premium recycled matte paper made from 60% post-consumer waste and vegetable-based inks. Bonus: Every 20 cards printed plants a tree! Perfect for a sweet, one-of-a-kind Mother's Day card. Forget about making that annoying trip the post office and download the app by clicking here! And don’t forget to check out the Postography blog while you’re at it. Watch the video below and see how it all goes down.

Postography will be at the BUST Spring Craftacular May 4th, and you should be too! They’ll be taking portraits in a photo booth so come on down this Saturday!

BUST Magazine Spring Craftacular and Food Fair @ DUMBO
Saturday, May 4, 11AM-6PM
Manhattan Bridge Archway and Pearl Street Plaza, Brooklyn, NY
Free admission! 

Photos via Apple and Postography

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