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I’m the happiest girl in the world when I receive quality snail-mail. You know, postcards, thank you cards, invitations, etc. (It’s the little things.) But, can you imagine opening up your mailbox to a slice of “cake” that doubles as a postcard?! SheKnows contributing DIY expert Sandra Denneler shares this creative version of a greeting card perfect for any occasion. It’s not edible, but it will certainly put a smile on a loved one’s face, that’s for sure.

Mailable Cake Postcard

Mailable Cake Postcard

Mailable Cake Postcards

Make a mailable slice of cake at SheKnows.com. Not a crafter? That’s okay! Head over to TangBaby’s Etsy shop to purchase mailable cake slices for less than $20.

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8 Responses

  1. SJJ says:

    Well these are just the cutest things ever. So creative and now I'm hungry.

  2. Sheila says:

    I want one of these just to have and not mail.

  3. Coleen says:

    Oh, that is a very lovely postcard. My hubby would definitely be surprised with this if I give him one. Thank you for sharing this great information.

    Best,
    Coleen

  4. carlee says:

    love love love the postcards

  5. pixelecho69 says:

    Very original I like it so much I would like to send a couple of them right away.

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  7. Well, at least that gets rid of one little problem. No more need to either throw the letter away or store it in an increasingly cramped box. You can just make a snack out of it after reading it.

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Kayla KittsKayla Kitts is an editor for HGTV.com. You can find her doing at least one of the following: shopping for home decor at local vintique stores, picking out produce at...

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