Sending Birthday Wishes with Greetabl

Sending love and birthday wishes has never been so cute! I had the chance to work with Greetabl to send birthday wishes to my sister!
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How it works: 

Step One: Box Design
When you head to the Greetabl website, the first step is picking a box design and they have so many cute ones to pick from. Whether you are sending birthday wishes to a love one, or just sending a "thinking of you" gift - there are so many designs to pick from for any occasion.

I picked the "Let them eat cake" box design.

Step Two: Gift
The next step is picking the gift and there is a large range of gifts to choose from, and a great price range. Also, in most cases you can pick a bonus gift!

I picked a Lavender Sage Bath Tablet and a bonus gift of a Rose Purifying Clay Mask.


Step Three: Message & Photos
One of the really cute features of Greetabl, is that when you open up the box, there are detachable photos and a message inside!

I chose photos from my childhood right up until recently, and wrote a quick birthday message to my sister. 


Step Four: Review & Send
Once you are ready you can check over the message, design, photos and gift before checking out.
You can either have the Greetabl sent straight to your loved one, or to yourself to give to them in person!

When they receive it, it will look something like this:






I really love this idea because it is more personal and thoughtful than a card! You can write a really great message, include photos and a gift! 

You can order from you phone or computer - it's a really simple process and I am totally in love with it!

To order a Greetabl, or check out the website click here.

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This post was sponsored by Greetabl.

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