Saturday, September 8th, 2012
Technology makes it easy to be thoughtful by letting someone know you’re thinking of them with an artful eCard or one you create and have sent via snail mail.
Jacqui Lawson’s collection features beautifully animated eCards with an English flair with classical music for all occasions. Find what you’re looking for quickly through the site’s left hand navigation bar where cards are classified by occasion or type. Themes include gorgeous floral cards as well as whimsical cards featuring antics of playful cats and Labradors, Chudleigh and Molly. Affordable pricing allows users to purchase a one year subscription ($12) or unlimited cards for 2 years ($18) and anyone can preview the cards before sending.
Hallmark not only provides eCard versions of their many designs but their Card Showers are a nice way for a group of people to shower love upon a single individual with ease by filling their mailbox with greeting cards. The free service automatically invites those you know to participate while sharing details like who, when, and where, as well as help with sending the cards. It’s a great way to let a single person know that people from far and wide are thinking about them.
American Cancer Society’s More Birthdays free eCards combine art and music to celebrate a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Free eCards can be created to include a way that Group eCards feature gorgeous artwork by artists like Eric Carle and incredible renditions of happy birthday sung by famous musicians such as Usher, Justin Bieber, Lady Antebellum, Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Gloria Gaynor, Maroon 5, Ricky Martin, and more. Send a group eCard or a single a birthday wish into a meaningful gift that helps the American Cancer Society save lives.
Treat is the brainchild of Shutterfly, Tiny Prints, and Wedding Paper Divas that allows users to send personalized cards created by them. Choose your card and make it personal by adding photos, nicknames, and a personalized greeting to fit your personality as well as the recipient’s. Treat has cards for every occasion and start at $2.99- less than the price of a card from your local drugstore plus the cost of postage!
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