One of the things that I continually fail to do is remember to send cards to close friends on their birthdays. I have a birthday calendar that I’ve used to diligently list names and birthdays of friends and their children. I have a box full of cards. You would think that I could pull a card from the file, address it, and send it in time to reach the birthday person. Nope. I just can’t do it.
Jacquie Lawson to the rescue! These beautiful e-cards have saved me from forgetting birthdays and are fabulous for all occasions throughout the year. Jacquie’s 104 cards feature delightful animals (we love the Labradors!), beautiful art work, and unforgettable animation that will hold the attention of the squirmy toddler on your lap while you try to send a card. There are even puzzle cards to send to the young and computer savvy!
Jacquie Lawson’s site is nicely laid out and easy to navigate. Cards are indexed by type(birthday, get well, thinking of you, new baby/home, get well soon, etc), by special dates, and according to who they feature (Chudleigh the dog, bears, cats, floral, cooking, puzzles, etc). The hardest part of sending a card is typing an optional greeting and your name in the from field with one hand while holding an infant.
So be that person who is thoughtful and does it all while forgetting no one. Do yourself a favor and get a one year membership ($10) or 2 year membership ($16) and have the privilege of sending Jacquie’s cards to all of your loved ones.
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