Recently, I came across this cool company called greetabl. Marketed as something you would send when sending just a card isn't enough, greetabl allows you to personalize a little box by selecting the pattern, some photos and a message, as well as including a small gift!
Please note, I was provided a greetabl by the company, and most links in this post are affiliate links. If you use the affiliate link, you'll get 15% off your first greetabl!
After discovering greetabl, I immediately sent two - one for a birthday and one just because. My friends ooh-ed and ah-ed over them, saying they were super cute and perfect little presents. Of course this made me want to see for myself!
The first part of the greetabl - actually making it - is super easy. You select the pattern you want for the gift box then select the gift (that part might be the hardest, since the gifts are all super cute and it is sometimes hard to decide!) and then you're taken to a page where you can put in your three photos and a message. If you can't think of something to say, greetabl has pre-crafted messages you can use or edit to help you out.
Once that part is done, you put in the shipping info, billing info, etc, and you're all set! If you anticipate sending a lot of greetabls, I would recommend their "Year of Free Shipping" - you pay $25 and get shipping for all your greetabls free for a year!
When the box arrived, I was super excited! The outside packaging was simple but colorful and engaging. If I hadn't known what was inside, I would definitely have been super curious.
The greetabl arrived inside the box, packed with brown paper to keep it safe, along with a coupon for 20% off a future greetabl.
At this point, I was super eager to get to the opening part. :)
I selected the design for the outside because I wanted to see if the colors on the actual product were as vibrant as the colors online. And they totally were - it was gorgeous!
Plus, the greetabl is super easy to open. You just peel back the sides and it all opens up! The pictures inside were really true to their original colors as well, so no problems there.
I selected the champagne bears as my little gift, and it was perfect. Super cute and the packaging is really well done. So classy looking, in fact, that I'm almost scared to open them up! Some other options they have include caramels, chocolates, or candles. My favorites are probably the "Girls Pennant Pin" or the "Mini Copper Mugs."
One minor issue I have is that while you are building the greetabl on the website, they say that the photos tear off. However, only two of the three photos have perforated lines to tear them off - the third photo, on the right hand side, does not have the ability to tear it off.
All in all, my experience with greetabl was great! Their product is unique and creative, and I love how it fills a niche in the gift giving market for people looking for something fun to give their friends without spending a ton of money. I think greetabls would be perfect "thinking of you" gifts to friends or significant others, or maybe thank you presents if your friend did something awesome, or even just "hope you're having a good day" type pick me ups.
What do you think? Do you think you'd ever send a greetabl? What occasion would you use them for?