“I’m always trying to find a novel way to send my husband a Valentine’s message,”
London, UK (PRWEB) February 11, 2011
Lovers are invited to declare their feelings or send a kiss this Valentine’s Day by recording a message, a song, or even a kiss and sending it as a real greeting card with Voice Your Feelings (http://www.voiceyourfeelings.co.uk).
Whether it’s time for Sooty to tell Soo they could make magic together or a chance for Bunnykins to sing a special song for Big Hairy Tattoo, Voice Your Feelings gives everyone the power of expression. The cards, which come in a wide range of Valentine’s Day designs, give lovers the opportunity to record a special message, send a kiss or even sing their message of love. Lovers simply need to visit the site, select their design and record their message, which can either be sent as a card or posted on the Facebook wall of their intended. They can also add sound effects from a selection on the Voice Your Feelings site.
UK Director of Voice Your Feelings, David Hyams explains, “As more and more customers discover Voice Your Feelings, we’re increasingly playing the role of Cupid. Whilst initially our highest demand was for birthday cards, good luck and congratulations cards, increasingly lovers are discovering that they can say exactly how they feel, whether it’s recording a poem, sending a kiss or singing their hearts out. It’s simple, they can do it from their desks and it’s totally personal. We’re just waiting for the first marriage proposal using our cards - so let us know if she says ‘yes’! ”
Voice Your Feelings is delighted with the feedback it has received from its customers in the lead-up to Valentine’s Day.
“I’m always trying to find a novel way to send my husband a Valentine’s message,” said Lizzie Taylor, 34, who works in a school but doesn’t let this stand in the way of her aspirations to head up an R&B band. “Last year I used a photo upload card and the year before I bought several cards and hid them around the house. This year, I’ve had great fun with Voice Your Feelings – it gave me the opportunity to get out my guitar and not just record a message, but a unique song I’d written for my husband Jack.”
Richie Brookes, 21, from Hemel Hempstead says, “Valentine’s Day is a blast at work and my mates are always trying to impress someone that they just don’t know how to approach. I’ve used Voice Your Feelings to send a very personal message that I’m not going to share with the rest of the world, thanks!”
About Voice Your Feelings
Voice Your Feelings puts the fun back into greetings cards with a recordable chip that allows customers to send a personal message inside their card together with a wide variety of sound effects.
We’ve Created a Special Valentine’s Message for You!
Please visit http://bit.ly/hRrHyJ.
For Further Information
Please contact Zoe Buckingham, Public Relations Consultant to Voice Your Feelings: voiceyourfeelings(at)zoebuckingham(dot)com.
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