Sunday, January 15, 2017

Give Greeting Card Gifts #Lovepop

Samples of Lovepop cards were provided for review purposes, however, opinions expressed are my own. Click for complete disclosure.

If you're like me, when it comes to choosing greeting cards you put a lot of time and effort into finding the ideal one. You try to find one that looks good (image is everything, right?), expresses the right sentiment, and will mean a lot to the recipient. With the sheer number of cards, it can be quite a task. 

That's why when I was delighted to find out about Lovepop greeting cards and share them with you. Lovepop cards are elaborate 3D paper sculptures designed by naval engineers using cutting edge software slicegami™ and then hand-crafted in the Asian art form kirigami, which is the folding and cutting of paper into ornamental shapes.

They are more than just cards; they're gifts in envelopes.


Here are a few of my favorite Valentine's Day choices from their website:


Love Bear

Willow Love Scene

The Original Lovepop


These are perfect choices for Valentine's Day and there are even more unique and gorgeous designs for that occasion to choose from on their site. The choices don't end there. There are cards for moms and dads, girls and boys, loved ones and friends for every occasion you can imagine. Whatever your heart desires and whatever message you're trying to convey you'll find at Lovepop.

Balloon Bouquet Birthday 

Baseball

Robot Dad 
Shopping Time Orange



Lovepop's mission is to make it easy for people to do special things for the people who they care about the most. It was founded by Wombi Rose and John Wise who met at Webb Institute training to become naval architects. Later, they realized the same engineering skills used in constructing boats could be applied to paper art. The company has been featured on Shark Tank, The Boston Globe, Forbes, Good Morning America, ABC and The View.

Check them out on Instagram and Google Plus  +Lovepop
The card pictured above is Oak Tree. It's one of the ones I was sent to review and it's even more precious in person than it is in the picture. The details are amazing; did you notice the little squirrel perched at the base of the tree? I'm sold on Lovepop and I'm looking forward to gifting one in the near future.

Check out more about them online: Lovepop.