Share Your Sentiments with a Card

7 Oct

As we card connoisseurs all know, Christmas and Mother’s Day both tip the scales when it comes to card-giving holidays. Although Cupid’s no slouch either, Santa Claus and moms aside.

But in October—scary greetings courtesy of Halloween ghosts, goblins, witches, ghouls and Charlie Brown and his great pumpkin rule!

Paper and E-cards (which have caught steam and been embraced by computer-savvy consumers) make it possible for people to send them via snail mail or transmission over the Internet.

Card-giving is an enduring tradition that will continue as long as there are people wishing to share their sentiments with friends, family, co-workers and others they regularly interact with.

It’s the personal experience of picking out just the right card from lengthy aisles or multiple online choices of the varied categories available, and insuring delivery to the intended recipients’ mailboxes—or email in-boxes that evokes a warm, fuzzy feeling of special connection with the sender.

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