With Mother's Day coming up on Sunday, we know that there are going to be a ton of cards making their way through the Postal Service. Some of those cards will be placed on mantels and kept for a few weeks, maybe even years (depending on how touching your note is!), but a lot of them will eventually end up in the recycling bin. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to reuse that card and send it on to someone else? Regreet has devised a way to pass on greeting cards and even to track where that card ends up traveling in its second (or third, or fourth) life.
The video above shows you how it works. Basically, Regreet works by providing labels and mailing supplies that help you makeover your card. They also provide you with a "journey" code to track where you card goes. To start:
- Apply a signature label over the sender's message. Use a sheet of the note paper if you'd like to include a longer message.
- Next, apply a journey label to the back of the card.
- Then encourage your friends to reuse your card by including a "hop along kit" which includes a greeting label, a sheet of note paper and an envelope.
See more at Regreet.