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Is this a beautiful photo or what? All 150 of the included photos are absolutely stunning. And don't forget, you can use your own photos, too!
When you are sending a PhotoCard to someone via email, it simply puts your names on the address part of the card.
This postcard is being sent to me. Note that the stamp icon has turned into a valid postal indicia. When I send this, my account has two credits deducted and the postcard is printed within two days.
Here I've used my free PhotoCard order to send a card to myself. Kind of sad, I know, but how else could I check the quality of the printing?
If you want to send more real postcards after your free one has been sent, you need to purchase credits. This message is your indication that you need to buy them.
If you're going on vacation, you might want to consider purchasing a larger number of credits as the price per credit goes down.
You can pay for the postage credits directly through PayPal or with a major credit card.
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