Christmas Cards! 5 Sites for Merry Christmas Wishes E-Card StyleSunny Chanel
Did you space on getting your Christmas Cards out in the mail? You’re not alone. Many of us just got too busy, didn’t get them in time or maybe just want to not waste paper and trees. But there is an alternative the good old fashioned e-card! Okay, not that old fashioned…they’ve only been around for a decade or so. But if you were one of those people who didn’t out your Merry Christmas Wishes out in time, you can go to one of these 5 sites and get them out STAT. Check out your Christmas Card options here.
Hallmark has a slew of Christmas e-cards you can send. Some cost money, some are free when you subscribe to their e-card subscription service but here are a variety that are free for everyone. And you can customize (for a fee) to add in your family photos. You can check them out here.
American Greetings also has a collection of e-cards where you sign up for subscription service to use. But they also some free ones for you and me! The Most Wonderful Time of Year ecard (image at top of page) is super cute but alas that is one that you have to use a subscription for.
Cardcow has a totally cool series of vintage Christmas e-cards you can send. It’s a gigantic collection. But it makes it really hard to pick just one! Check out the retro Merry Christmas greetings here.
Care2 has a collection of colorful free e-Christmas Cards. The sets include traditional images as well as cute and kooky. Check out the collection here.
Ojolie.com has some lovely card options that range from origami cranes to snowmen. You can check out the collection here.