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For most of us, it’s back to reality and the Christmas festivities seem like an age ago, so why not make your friends and family smile by sending them a personal thank you via photo card company, Touchnote, whether it’s for a great Christmas present, a nice meal or for just for putting up with you over the Christmas period!

Touchnotes are a great way to get creative and give your cards a real personal touch, using your own digital photos. Simply upload your picture onto the Touchnote website (or pull one across from your Picasa Web Album), add your personal message and within minutes, the card can be printed and sent directly to friends and loved ones anywhere in the world. For a limited time in January, you can create your Touchnotes for 50p - see for details.

“These days, it’s all too easy to send an email or text to say thanks, and while there’s nothing wrong with that, there’s no denying that it’s so much nicer to receive a real card that someone has taken the time to write and send,” said Raam Thakrar, Co-Founder and CEO, Touchnote. “Touchnote is a great way to send a personal thanks and it also lets you show off and share all those photos taken with friends and family. It takes no time at all – simply upload your photograph, add your text and you’re done.”

About Touchnote

Touchnote allows users to share moments and memories through personalised greetings cards. Touchnotes can be sent anywhere in the world, with prices per card starting from as little as £1.99 plus postage and falling to 99p when purchased in bulk. All cards are printed on 75 per cent recycled, chlorine free card and are posted from the UK.

Privately owned, Touchnote was founded late 2007 and is headquartered in London, England.

For more information:

Jennifer Andersson, Six Degrees
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 480288

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