Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Fun Cards from Hatchcards - Review and competition

Like most kids mine don't take that much notice of their birthday cards. Also, like a  lot of kids they enjoy playing on mobile phones and tablets. A virtual birthday message is just not the same though, you can't put it on the shelf or stick it on the wall, or use it for crafts after their birthday.

Hatchcards Augmented Reality Greetings Cards have come up with a fantastic alternative. A birthday card that comes to life on your devices and gives kids a little bit extra from their card.

After reading their card they can use a simple app. to scan it and receive a fun message. Once the message is over they can play some games. Take a look at this video and see how much kids love receiving them.




I was sent some Hatchcards to review and I'm saving them for my kids birthdays later this year. I was really impressed with them though. The cards come in lots of lovely designs to suit most children and cost £2.99 each.


The inside is blank for your own message. On the back of the card are instructions for bringing the card to life, don't worry, it's really simple.


I found that the zappar app. works really well, it picks up the code on the card really quickly.




Now for the exciting bit...how would you like to win 6 Hatchcards for yourself?

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10 comments:

  1. these are great fingers crossed

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  2. these look a lot of fun, my daughter would love them!!

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  3. They look bright and cheerful. I try to keep a stock of cards as you never know when you'll forget to buy or order one in time for an important birthday.

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  4. They look really good! They'd be great to giveaway :D

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  5. They are a fantastic idea. my kids would love them

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  6. A great and unique idea. My nephew would love them.

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  7. These look like an amazing idea :)

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