Mother’s Day is this weekend, and with all that has been going on it has sort of snuck up on us at our house. With families spread out across two countries, it can be hard to get together and celebrate our Moms the way we should.
As a mom myself, I know just hearing that my kids love me on Mother’s Day from them personally is something that makes my day. I also know that my Mom and Mother In Law would love that too, but they can’t always see us to have us say it to them.
This is where the Vello App comes in! Have you heard for this before? This is a great app for Mother’s Day (or any occasion really) Here’s how it works:
Download the app, then Take a 10-15 second video of yourself (and your kids too) saying how much Mom means to you, and that you love her.
Then send the link to your family and friends that you want to add to your video! They just need to download the app, and add their own 10-15 second video as well. It is magically edited together to make an awesome video. You can keep sending it to as many friends and family as you want to have them add to the video.
When you are happy with it (or you can choose the day you want the video to stop accepting entries), you can share it with everyone. They don’t have to have the app installed to watch. They can watch on their computer or phone!
You are even able to set it up to automatically email the person on a certain day!
This is a really fun way to have people from around the world to create a video together very easily with no added work or editing. It will create a special and memorable video that the recipient will want to hold on to and watch repeatedly.
Check out this adorable sample video (click the image to start):
Cool Giveaway Alert
Vello is giving away a $25 gift card of the winner’s choice every week for the entire Month of May. To enter all you need do is download the app. Everyone who downloads the app will automatically be entered into the contest. (For the moment Vello app is only available on iOS.)
Disclosure: This sponsored post has been brought to you be Vello. My words and opinions are, as always, my own.