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Why I Love MeebleMail!

Posted on the 08 June 2011 by Thismomloves @ThisMomLoves
So, do any of you ladies send e-mails at all?
Okay, that's a yes. Wouldn't you love to have stylish, personalized stationery that works within your e-mail program?
I had never even thought of this until I heard from MeebleMail...and now I am a huge fan. What is MeebleMail? you ask. Here's what they say about themselves:
MeebleMail is customized stationery designs for your e-mail - transforming the ordinary look of everyday email into a stylish expression of your personality. By partnering with talented artists and fabulous designers such as Trina Turk, Kara Ross, Lela Rose, thomaspaul, Celerie Kemble, Bonnie Marcus and Boatman Geller, MeebleMail has a library of stylish and unique email stationery designs fit for anyone’s taste. MeebleMail’s email stationery integrates directly into the most popular Windows email clients such as Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail; and users can personalize the designs with their name, monograms, addresses or a motif.
Here's how it works: go to http://www.meeblemail.com/, choose your design, personalize it (name, monogram, address, etc.), and purchase it for $4.99 (yes, that says four dollars and ninety-nine cents, which includes unlimited edits and use for 1 year, with the option to renew).
I chose "Beach Stripes" by Jack and Lulu (shown below), placed my name at the top, and then my website and email address at the bottom.
Beach Stripes
It takes a minute or two to integrate MeebleMail with your e-mail program, and you're done! It is now one of my favourite things...although I must apologize to the company and warn them that those words, coming from me, do not exactly have Oprah's revenue-boosting magical powers.
You should definitely check out MeebleMail...and if you order by June 12th, you'll get 20% off, just in time for the end of National E-mail Week (who knew??) Use code EMAILWEEK to get the discount.
Disclosure: I was provided access to MeebleMail samples free of charge for review purposes. Opinions are, of course, my own. How could you not love this?

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