When it comes to Birthdays and sending out Birthday Cards, I am the worst! I sometimes have the hardest time finding the perfect cards, or I usually forget to send them. Forgetting to send them off is probably my biggest problem, I still have my son’s thank you cards for his birthday last year that I forgot to send out! And my mom, I made her a card this year and had no clue where I misplaced it. By the way, her birthday was in April. How embarrassing.
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Blow Birthday Cards are the first to sell birthday cards online-only, each card is designed by independent artists. The goal of Blow Birthday Cards is to encourage people to celebrate their loved ones in a thoughtful yet convenient way. This is a great website for on the go mom’s, or just on the go families who may have large families. You can even save birthday dates after you send your card to remind you next year to send them another.
My son and I chose a Penguin birthday card for Daddy (Aiden loves Penguins and Daddy’s Birthday is this month), I let Aiden write out his own message and we put it in the card. When the card arrived I was amazed at how perfect it turned out. It looks exactly how Aiden wrote it on the paper, and it even looks just as if he had done it himself in a pen on the card. The pictures and quality of these cards are awesome, they are thick durable cards with gorgeous photos.
The next card I chose to do, was a card for my mom. Her birthday has passed (like I said before I lost her card. haha), but I chose to just make her a card for no reason because well she is my mom and I love her…duh! 😉 I love the bright colors of the flowers, the pictures is just perfect for her. And the quality of my handwritten message looks great. When I wrote my message, I did use a sharpie on paper to make sure that it showed up nicely. Aiden used a pen and it still worked fine.