Links of London – The Everlasting Postcard – Review

This lucky Mummy received an early Mother’s Day treat today . . .

Any girl is going to be excited by a pretty Links of London box!
When I was asked to review the Links of London Everlasting Postcard I was thrilled.  The process is pretty simple – you download a form, complete it with your order details, write your message to be engraved on the postcard template and then send it back.  I decided to keep the note a surprise and asked Dave to take over this bit – he sat down with Ben & Chloe to get them to write a message.  Aside from them finding it tricky to keep within the lines (and just getting them to sit still long enough to make a good attempt at it) the whole process was very simple.

So as I opened the gorgeous cream Links of London box this afternoon I didn’t really know exactly what I was going to find.   There was a super soft drawstring bag keeping my beautiful gift safe and protected.  I couldn’t wait to get the bag open to see what they had written . . .

It’s pretty difficult to get a good photo of the postcard itself as it’s so shiny it’s like trying to take a picture in a mirror . . .
This is the best photo I managed to get!

It makes such a gorgeous gift – I’ve got a permanent record of their writing at this moment in their lives.  Ben was super excited when he saw the postcard with his handiwork engraved on it.

I think the postcard would be really great as a romantic wedding gift or even for a proposal – just make sure you use your best handwriting!

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*Disclaimer – I was sent this Links of London postcard free of charge for the purposes of review but all thoughts and opinions are my own*

31 thoughts on “Links of London – The Everlasting Postcard – Review

  1. wow its beautiful a very clever idea I can see its potential in so many ways I personally love keepsakes so it would be great to have the boys do something like that #triedtested

  2. What a fantastic idea. I love it. Great keep sake forever. Great review. I bet it was so hard to photo that postcard too. Like you said like photographing a mirror. Yikes. you did good. Looks lovely. #triedtested

  3. This is gorgeous! I love the idea of having a permanent record of their writing like this. I will have to drop hints when Potato gets old enough to be writing his own messages!

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