Birthday Cards - This momentous opportunity to Personalise Differently


9th of March, 2012 Bookmark and Share
There’s a newly established tag on the birthday cards market. Cardly.co.uk have launched their newly developed web shop and will be ‘tagging around’ to send out birthday cards and gifts to individuals around the globe. All their greeting cards are published by UK designers and printed on pearlescent board, with handmade accompaniments attached. The Cardly website says this is a ‘new way of doing things’, whereby they offer the ability to add a professionally printed personal message onto the inside of the birthday cards that are purchasable on their online website.

There has also been an investment made in the most technological printing equipment to print all personalised birthday cards on the same day of ordering. This enables the cards to seem as though they have been purchased from a shop, only the message within is personal to the consumer. The cards are therefore of higher quality and since they are on the higher end of the market, they might come as a touching keepsake for the recipient.

Cardly cards are all protected with a special finish-coating before being made available to the customer. The coating is applied to the outside of the card, which leaves the inner side of the birthday cards blank for your own message and adding a picture. Also, the consumer is able to add their own message when they receive the card, should the decision be to not personalise a card on the web store and merely purchase it ‘off the shelf’.

Orders for birthday cards are currently being received and the Cardly purchasing team are looking out for innovative designs, which they think will be the best sellers in the near future. The designs the buyers look out for are innovative, classy and up market, and products that are able to be released to the consumers immediately upon request.

While speaking with Matthew Adams the operations director of www.Cardly.co.uk, he exclaimed “These days, it is imperative that all birthday cards can relate to the relationship between the sender and the receiver, so this new website provides the opportunity to buy the cards that offer not only the design to achieve this, but also the professionally printed message that you wouldn't usually find pre-printed inside the card”. You can acquire additional information on these products by going to their ‘Cardly - Birthday Cards’ web page.

Creating an account www.cardly.co.uk is fairly easy and personalising their birthday cards is said to be “even easier”. On the website, customers can also purchase greeting cards of many different types - “Our children’s cards and funny cards designs have a lot to offer” said Matthew.
Mark
Mark Adams is an e-marketing specialist at Cardly.co.uk. Making Birthday Cards available to the general public is a special ask for Mark