E-Greeting Cards


(Jane Williamson) #1

Do any of you use the wonderful e-cards from Jacquie Lawson?

I do and they save me a huge amount in postage and I can pre-date a card to be sent so that I don’t forget.

Being on line, they can be sent anywhere in the world very easily.

Also, my grandsons love the animated pictures.

To have a look go to www.jacquielawson.com.


(Jane Williamson) #2

I haven’t come across this problem, and you can use the notes which let you say more.
My grandchildren love them, especially the ones with Chudleigh! We thought that the price of cards was extortionate in UK, but in France it is worse and they are not nearly as nice.


(Jeannie Clark) #3

I have used them a couple of times - but to be honest I find them a bit too slushy and ‘American’ (with apologies to any Americans reading this!). I have also found that the intended recipients may not ever see them - I’m sure I am not the only person who has received a ‘You’ve been sent an e-card’ message only to find it is some sort of junk mail - so now, unless I actually receive one around my birthday, I just don’t open them. Speaking personally I would always much rather receive a card through the post, as usually the sender can enclose a note or letter along with the greetings.