Thursday, June 12, 2008

Perfect Cards For All Occasions

Have you ever looked for a card for a friend or family member, but never really found what you wanted so you just had to settle on the best you could find? Have to ever searched and searched for the perfect card with the perfect wording? If you are anything like me, you are always looking for the perfect card to celebrate a special occasion with the perfect wording. Then a light went off in my head, why not create my own cards and say exactly what I want it to say with my own unique design.

Now that father's day is fast approaching, I am planning to send Dad a personalized card. I am planning to use one of our (wife and I) pictures when we were in Boracay, Philippines as the front picture. I am sure Dad would appreciate it much as it reminds him of the time he was stationed in the Philippines. With the hope of getting ideas on how to go over this plan, I tried searching the internet. In my search to create my own cards I came across CardsDirect. With CardsDirect you can personalize your cards with any of their pre-printed verses or simply write your own customized greeting. By the way, you can also add photos to your cards to make the perfect photo card. All of their photo cards allow you to change the front cover to feature any greeting verse you wish or, you may choose to leave the verse blank and make photo greeting cards stationery to use whenever you want to drop someone a line.

If you own a business, you can use your company logo, a photo of the office or a picture of the staff to make custom greeting cards for both employees and clients for general use or annual Christmas cards. You can also print your photo greeting cards in color, black and white or sepia. All of their cards are printed on high quality card stock and the cards you can also personalize the envelope with your return address. For those of you who have time restraints, they can print your signature on the inside of your custom photo cards to save you even more time during the holiday season.

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