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Author Topic: A website where online folks can "sign" a card digitally - then send by mail  (Read 1286 times)

mouser

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Can anyone recommend a website where a bunch of people can "digitally" sign a card and add their sentiments, and then have a PHYSICAL card printed and mailed to someone?
I was thinking something like a get well card..  I suppose it could be done unofficially by just letting everyone send their statements to one person to print out and mail it in an envelope...

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Oh, I mentioned www.moonpig.com on IRC...but you never mentioned wanting "multiple people" to sign it...don't think you can do that on there tbh, so...yeah...  :huh:

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Oh, I mentioned www.moonpig.com on IRC...but you never mentioned wanting "multiple people" to sign it...don't think you can do that on there tbh
There's also
At least some of these can - I think - print images on the back as well, or at least, more than one image?  If so, could the organizer collect the signatures, then combine them into a graphic image, and use that?

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Could also do something like this:

http://www.groupcard.com/ecards/get_well

Then have it printed somewhere (I'm sure there will be a printers near you that could do it on appropriate paper in an appropriate way.)