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Send Personalized Postagrams to Your Summer Camper

Sending your child a Postagram with a personalized picture is a great way to bring a smile to their face if they’re feeling a little homesick, and help them feel close to home (and you) at the same time.

In fact, many sleep away camps forbid phone calls and emails, so sending your kid a Postagram might be the only way to share photos with your kids while their away. Postagram is available on iPhone and Android. Parents can easily create personalized postcards with photos of brothers and sisters, parents and grandparents, dogs and cats, or you can get creative and send you child a Postagram of yourself when you were a camper years ago!

Postagram enables you to create and send personalized printed 4×6 postcards with a 3×3 image of your choosing in a matter of minutes right from your iPhone and Android

Postagram allows you to add personal pictures to your postcard right from your mobile phone, Facebook or Instagram. With a simple click, your photos go from digital only to a physical keepsake

Send a Postagram right from your iPhone

You can easily create an address book through Postagram’s online vanity URL-based address book for easy sending

The Postagram app is free to download, and operates on a credit system. To send a postcard by US mail, the cost is $0.99 or 5 Sincerely credits. To send a postcard internationally, the cost is $1.99 or 10 Sincerely credits.

Want to try Postagram for yourself? Use  this code: sincerely.com/promo/summercamp which will get them 10 credits, which is good for 2 domestic or 1 international Postagram.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

2 Responses to “Send Personalized Postagrams to Your Summer Camper”

  1. Hua says:

    Thank you for the shout out 🙂

  2. Jessica Beard says:

    This looks fun to send to your kids! I’ve never heard of it before now.

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