Thursday, February 25, 2010

Disneyland Postcard Review

Does your family love all things Disney?  Imagine having one of your child's favorite Disney characters sending your child a postcard with a personalized message for his/her birthday, school graduation, or other special occasion.  Disney Postcards specializes in obtaining postcards directly from the parks and having them hand signed by the character of your choice (as long as they do meet and greets) from the Disney Theme Parks.  The owners of this online company, Karrie and Chris, are themselves Disney enthusiasts.  Their business started after having one of the postcards signed for their niece.  She loved it and other people who saw it started requesting their own signed postcards.

Click here to see a sample card.  Ordering your own postcard is incredibly easy to do.  There are four cards to choose from.  Choose a Disney character autograph.  Once you choose your card, type in the message that you would like the character to write.  Then, verify the postcard selection and make your purchase through PayPal. 

My daughter received the postcard with Jasmine, Cinderella, and Snow White.  I had placed it in her little mailbox of her play house and told her she had mail.  The postcard had a little tab that when pulled, it changed the picture to one of Auriel, Aurora, and Belle.  My two year old had a blast changing the picture again and again.  She was excited that it had a Disney princess autograph.  Cinderella had written a message to her.  It was like Santa had left her a handwritten message. 

Their site also contains a postcard archive.  It contains over 800 postcards dating from the first ones ever printed.  They will take you on a trip through Disneyland's history.

Please see the Disney Postcard site for disclaimers.

I was provided a postcard in order to write a fair and honest review. No other compensation was or will be recieved.


Lourie said...

my daughters are "too cool" for princesses, but I am still checking this out! I want to see what the cards are.

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