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  • Sending sympathy cards with Postable.

    Unlike other online greeting card services, Postable will print and mail your sympathy cards for you. When you need to get a sympathy card in the mail asap, Postable is the perfect solution. With a huge selection of beautifully designed sympathy cards in as many styles, tones and themes you could imagine you'll have an easy time finding the right design for you.

    Sending sympathy cards doesn't need to be a long and difficult process. Simply follow these steps to get this task completed in no time with Postable:

    • Choose a sympathy card.
    • Write your sympathy wishes.
    • Enter recipient info and click send.

    Once you've chosen the design you feel best suits your needs, you'll be prompted to write your personal sympathy message. Use any one of our patented 'real' smart handwritten fonts to keep that personal touch. Once you've written your message, simply enter your recipient mailing information and click send. Postable will print, address and mail your sympathy cards for you. Not having to wait around for the card to arrive to you first, means your loved ones will receive their sympathy card in a timely manner.
  • What are some things to say in a sympathy card?

    Finding the right words for a sympathy card can be difficult. Of course everyone's situation is going to vary in many respects so there's no one size fits all in this scenario. However, there are a few key elements to keep in mind as you compose your mesage:

    * Keep it short.
    Remember that a sympathy card doesn't have a whole lot of space so be sure to keep your message to the point. You also don't need to draw out your sympathy wishes.

    * Let them know they're in your thoughts.
    At the end of the day, the point of a sympathy card isn't to try and solve anyone's problems. The point is to remind our loved ones that they are in our thoughts to help them heal. Think of your card as a thoughtful comfort blanket.

    * Let them know you're there for them.
    Again, the way in which you're able to be 'there' for someone will vary by situation. However, in addition to letting them know that you're thinking of them, it's also nice to let them know that you're there if they need you. If you're able, perhaps that means to bring them some food or perhaps that means you're only a phone call away. Whatever this means for you, make it clear to them that you're willing and able to help in any way you can. And be specific.
  • Are sympathy cards appropriate?

    If you're unsure if your situation calls for a sympathy card, an almost sure-fire way to get around this is to choose a 'thinking of you card' instead. It serves a similar function, but can really be sent in most cases without seeming inappropriate. It's always a nice gesture if someone in our lives is going through something tough to let them know that we're around for them should they need a shoulder or just an ear. Other times, it helps just to let them know that you're thinking of them.
  • Where can I buy sympathy cards online?

    Nowadays you can find almost anything you could ever dream of online -- including sympathy cards. Buying sympathy cards online via Postable is definitely the easiest route if you're looking to mail sympathy cards as soon as possible while still keeping high quality and a high level of personalization in tact.
  • When to send sympathy cards?

    It's always best to send sympathy cards as soon as you hear of a loss, but if you've waited for any reason -- it's still better to send a sympathy card later rather than never. You can also send 'thinking of you' cards periodically as a way to comfort your loved ones while they heal.