Instead of all the licking, sealing, and stamping that goes along with traditional Christmas cards, consider sending FREE holiday e-cards this year. What could be better than FREE, plus think of all the trees you’ll save!
Consider sending one from National Geographic. There are six different beautiful images to choose from of animals and landscapes taken by award-winning photographers. Because the cards are FREE, consider making a donation to National Geographic. Select your FREE card here.
For the lego lover give these holiday cards a try. You can create your own custom LEGO minifigure family and then download the card or share it on Facebook.
It’s tough to beat JibJabs. If the name doesn’t sound familiar, you may have seen them but not known what they were. You download pictures of your family (or whomever you want) and insert the faces into amazing musical, holiday video cards. Check them out here, they’re laugh out loud funny!
Punchbowl also has more traditional-looking ecards for FREE as well. They look like cards in envelopes, etc. Plus if you’d like, you can pay a little extra to include a photo.
123Greetings has beautiful animated cards for the holidays and throughout the year.
BlueMountain has beautiful animated cards and more that can be sent or posted to Facebook. There is a low monthly fee (used to be $3.99 but can’t confirm right now) but they offer a FREE trial.
And of course, the big powerhouses in the greeting card industry can’t be outdone. American Greetings if offering a FREE 7-day trial and has a large variety of animated cards. Hallmark also has an assortment of ecards, but there is a monthly or annual fee to send unlimited cards.