Greeting cards are a form of expression and creativity. They are also a popular medium to show their love, sympathy, or appreciation to the recipient. In addition, greeting cards work well in cheering up those who have fallen ill or are currently recuperating from their injuries.

Are you thinking of sending someone a greeting card to wish them a speedy recovery? Here are some tips to help you choose the right greeting card for the situation.

The solution to the cloud that has been hovering over someone’s head is simple yet often missed—laughing it off. Laughter has been shown time and time again to be good for your health and well-being. Put science to the test and provide a helping hand to a buddy by sending them some amusing messages to brighten their day. Here are fun ways to cheer someone up.

Once you’ve entered married life, you’re probably thinking of ways to thank everyone in attendance who served as witnesses for your happy day. There are many ways to do this, but one of the simplest ways is to send thank you cards.

If you have decided to send out personalised thank you cards, you will have a wide range of shapes, styles and colours to choose from. You may choose to send out thank yours with a watercolour theme, go with a casual theme, or choose something very elaborate. You can also personalise your thank you cards with a picture of the happy couple or make the entire card by hand. Your guests will fully appreciate the effort you put into creating your thank you cards because you’re showing how much you appreciate their efforts and how much you value their friendship.

It’s always difficult when a colleague that’s close to you decides to leave. And while this is a natural part of any working’s person’s life, it’s different when it’s someone that you’ve gotten close to over the years. There’s no better way to mark the occasion than with a thoughtful leaving card.

While preparing a leaving card may seem simple, it can get pretty tricky. This is especially true if you’ve never really written one before. To help make things easier for you, we thought it would be useful to put together a short discussion on this subject. If this is something that you’re interested in knowing more about, read on for a beginner’s guide on what you should write on a leaving card.

Part of reaffirming lasting love is celebrating anniversaries, especially giving an anniversary card that reminds your significant other of the day they said I Do. As they say, it’s the little things that count.

But anniversary cards are not only limited to spouses. You can also give them to your friends on their first wedding anniversary, to your parents celebrating fifty years of love, or to anyone else important to you.

If you’re wondering what the right words to say are in an anniversary card, here are some ideas to help:

The holidays are fast approaching, and there’s one tradition you should not miss—sending out Christmas cards! There’s nothing better than handwritten notes and quirky greeting cards to make people feel like you remember them, so make sure you don’t miss it this year, especially over the roller-coaster year that most people faced.

Whether you have been sending Christmas cards for years or you just want to try it out, there are a few best practices that can ease out the job for you. In this article, we’ll go through some of the best tips in Christmas card etiquette.

Landing a new job is a momentous event in anyone’s life. Whether it’s your child finally getting their first job or a friend leaving an office they hated for their dream job, it’s certainly something worth celebrating.

That means congratulations cards are in order. You can indeed find good ones on sites like You Said It – funny ones, sarcastic and rude ones, you’ll find them all on You Said It.

But what exactly should you have on your card? If you’ve no clue what to say, let these card messages tell them what’s on your mind:

 

Sending greeting cards out during the holidays is an age-old tradition. The first batch of such cards was produced commercially way back in 1843 by Englishman Sir Henry Cole. In today’s day and age, despite the rise of e-cards and digital greetings, millions of holiday cards are still mailed globally.

It’s a given that families, loved ones and friends alike are all part of the great exchange. A lesser-known fact is that businesses also take advantage of this in order to give valued customers, investors and vendors a year-end token of gratitude. This is ideal for businesses to refresh themselves, especially when the recipient has not interacted with the business in a while.

Needless to say, it can’t just be any card. Holiday greeting cards have to be able to hit all the right marks. Branding, design and messaging are just as important as creative elements that will help it stand out.

Here’s what you should know about creating wonderful holiday cards to send customers, investors and vendors:

Ah, birthdays! This day may not be globally celebrated together, and businesses don’t close down to allow for a whole-day celebration, but it is just as special as any holiday—for at least one person, that is.

 

The Joy of Birthdays

Christmases and Hanukkahs are lively and fun to celebrate, but so are birthdays. What makes birthdays just as important as them is that they mark the beginning of someone’s life—somewhere out there, a person is looking back on the life they lived and the future they’ll face.

Building and maintaining healthy working relationships offers a strong support system and a working environment that encourages you to unleash your full potential. Unfortunately, this can sometimes mean saying farewell to a coworker who just got promoted by another company or accepted another job offer.

Sending them a goodbye card is a simple yet thoughtful gesture to show support for your coworker who’s moving onto another career opportunity. It also gives your colleague a keepsake to hold onto. If you have trouble penning down your thoughts, here are some message ideas on what to write on the card: