Beautiful Rosh Hashanah Cards You'll Be Proud To Send Rosh Hashanah, which celebrates the Jewish New Year, is a time for those celebrating to mark new beginnings and embrace the start of another year. Taking place this year from Sept. 13 to 15, the holiday is marked by symbols like apples and honey for a sweet new year, as well as prayers to be inscribed in the Book of Life. And because many Jewish people do not send out holiday greetings during December, Rosh Hashanah (or the High Holidays) give people the opportunity to send out cards instead. Whether it's to celebrate a new family member or just to tell loved ones you're thinking of them, this tradition is one that can be carried on from year to year. Below, we've pulled together suggestions for beautiful Rosh Hashanah cards that are all digital — meaning you can email them last minute, or plan out something special with personalized options. Source: Huffingtonpost Website
Send a Party in a Card with New Party Poppers(TM) Birthday Cards from American Greetings CLEVELAND, Sept. 17, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Does anything make a person feel more special on their birthday than throwing them a party? Although it's not always feasible to pull together a full birthday blowout for every loved one, now you can express that same level of festive excitement over sharing another year with them. Celebrate birthdays with a bang (literally!) with the new Party Poppers™ line of cards from American Greetings. Send a party in a card with Party Poppers! Each card in this innovative new collection surprises and delights with a flurry of real confetti that bursts out at the push of a button. With upbeat songs, bright colorful illustrations and warm celebratory messages, Party Poppers are a party just waiting to happen. Designs in this inventive collection include a fun fiesta complete with charming piñata, an over-the-top ice cream sundae with a sweet surprise, a cool dog that's ready for awesome festivities and cheerful birthday beverages that are sure to get the party started. (Hint: If you want to give the confetti surprise to someone else, leave the protective plastic seal intact until you're ready to send the card.) Source: Globenewswire Website

Why Holiday eCards are Better than Paper

The turkey is long gone, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have made their exits. Now we’re officially in the 2014 holiday season, which is a golden opportunity to wish your stakeholders well and thank them for another memorable year. If this were our personal lives, many of us would simply buy a nice card and drop it in the mail. Case closed. When it comes to business communications we should make the most out of each time we touch our customers and colleagues. That includes what we send to celebrate the end of the year. Before you call the printer to discuss card stock and postal rates, take a moment to consider how an eCard can deliver more than just holiday cheer. Source: Forbes Website
Free Father’s Day Cards 2015: 5 Best Sites To Send E-Card Greetings To Your Dad, Husband This June 21 Father’s Day 2015 is almost upon us, and if you’re among those still looking for an online solution to your dad problem, we have you covered. Anybody unwilling to fork over the cash to buy a certain dad, husband, brother or friend a Father’s Day greeting this year may wish to consider using one of the following free electronic-card sites. But don’t dally: Father’s Day is this Sunday. Give your dad a good laugh this Father’s Day by putting his face on a customizable e-card produced by JibJab. The site is offering specialized messages for the holiday. Some of the most popular greetings available employ hit songs such as “Soul Man” and “I’m Too Sexy” and the site’s original “Dad Rap.” Source: Ibtimes Website
Christmas Quotes For Cards: 75 Messages To Write In Holiday Greetings The holidays are officially upon us and chances are you have a few Christmas cards to write up. It's not uncommon to have a classic case of writer's block while composing the perfect message for the recipient of your holiday message. If that's the case, then consider filling your card with a meaningful quote — a gesture that can speak volumes with just one line. We've rounded up ten great quotes from Helen Keller to Mother Teresa that send the perfect message to your family, friends, co-workers and acquaintances. Fun fact: Holiday cards originated in London in the 1840s and are currently a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States. Source: Idigitaltimes Website

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