Monday 17th is St. Patrick’s Day. It’s an excellent occasion to share your good luck on that day with a friend or family using our st patrick’s day ecards or printing some wonderful St. Patrick’s Day Cards from our site.
March 15, 2014
June 9, 2013
Father’s day is Sunday June 16, 2013. Its coming up soon. Make sure you call or have plans with your Father on that day. Its always nice to send him fathers day ecards or better still bring along a fathers day card that you have made using one of our many thoughtful designs. Do not forget to personalize it with your favorite photo.
Have a great Father’s Day.
January 10, 2010
Birthdays are a great time for celebration, but they can also be quite the hassle, if you don’t happen to be the birthday boy or girl. There are cakes to bake, parties to plan, and gifts to buy. Not only that, but if you live too far away from that friend or family member who’s celebrating a birthday, you have to worry about paying postage the cards you mail; and once the card’s actually in the mail, there’s that several day period of nervously hoping that the card actually arrives—and on time.
No one can help you over the stress of baking the perfect birthday cake, but there is an easy solution to those birthday card jitters: free ecards. Ecards come in all the same great styles you’re used to with store-bought cards, but with a few extra advantages. The first advantage, of course, is right there in the name: they’re absolutely free—free to pick out, free to personalize, and free to send. And secondly, ecards eliminate the need to call your friends and relatives to make sure they received your gift, because ecards arrive instantly, through e-mail.
In fact, with just a few easy steps, you won’t only be on your way to sending great birthday ecards, you’ll actually be finished with the whole process!
- First thing’s first: point your browser to the got-free-ecards birthday cards page, or just click here.
- This part’s the most fun: now you get to scroll through all the different designs, click on your favorite one to choose it. You can scroll through your choices one of two ways: by clicking on the arrow to the right of the page, or by using the theme-oriented tabs at the top of the page. Either way you do it, click on your favorite ecard design.
- Click on “play” on the next screen, to get a full preview of the card you’ve selected.
- Once the card has finished its animation, you’ll see an option at the bottom of the screen to personalize it with your own photos, or even your own recorded voice. If this is the option for you, click the button and follow the easy on-screen directions.
- We’re almost done! Now that your card is personalized, scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and fill in the recipient information: along with the birthday boy or girl’s name and e-mail address, you can add your personalized message to accompany the card.
- The last step is to decide when—and how—you want your card sent. You can choose to send the card immediately or, using the drop-down box at the bottom of page, pick a day up to a month in advance. Then, using the buttons to the right, choose whether you want to e-mail your card, or send it by Twitter.
I could go on, but we’re finished! It’s really that easy to send free birthday ecards to everyone on your list!
December 22, 2009
1. Free Christmas Ecards – instantly Email these animated ecards
2. Free Printable Christmas Cards - Print At home and send it your your loved ones.
3. Free Photo Ecards – Make Ecards with your photos add Christmas Effects
4. Free Printable Christmas Photo Cards – Create 5X5 or 8X4 photo cards right at home
5. Free New Year Ecards – Email New Year Ecards
December 21, 2009
I don’t know about you. But I never really get tired of printed greeting cards.
Now, don’t get me wrong – I think free ecards are fabulous. Especially when they’re so easy to send.
But, even after I’ve sent free ecards, I still like to print out a bunch of photo cards to give to my friends and family when I see them on holidays. There’s just something about a physical greeting card – the smell of paper, the feeling of holding a special wish in my hands, the magic of the hand written note and the uniqueness of adding my family picture to them – that I haven’t yet outgrown.
Thankfully, you don’t have to choose between ecards and printed photo cards this Christmas. You can give your loved ones both – at no cost.
You know that gotfreecards has a large selection of wonderful, animated, free Christmas ecards. But, you probably didn’t know you could also create your own personalized printable Christmas Photo Cards and Photo Ecards.
For what’s Christmas without a picture greeting card or holiday newsletter from your family, eh?
So, go ahead and print out a personalized Christmas photo card today. Simply upload a great picture to one of our existing 5 X 5 greeting card templates and print it out. You can then add a personal note or invite your friends to your Christmas party in your own handwriting. It doesn’t get any warmer or more personal than that.
Or, if you prefer sending an ecard, but with a personal touch, opt for a free photo ecard. You choose a picture to upload, type in your message, select a frame, title, music and effects for your photo ecard. And we deliver it to your recipient on the date you specify. And that doesn’t get any easier!
Free ecards, photo ecards, personalized printable Christmas cards – whatever you prefer, there are plenty of options. And the best part? You don’t have to settle for one.
Have a wonderful Christmas!
September 26, 2009
Do you know that there are about 7 billion greetings cards purchased every year? Of which 50% is for birthday, thank you, get well soon etc. and the other 50% is event related like Christmas etc. So every year about 1.5 billion Birthday cards are sent out.
Women purchase more than 80% of all cards. On our site has about 64% women visitors.
Do you know that in average a person receives 20 cards in a year and about 30% of it is birthday related? We wish we had such numbers for free ecards. But we definitely know that birthday is the most popular category. So why not send out free birthday ecards, today?
September 6, 2009
Today I was out doing a couple of errands at the OSH and Walgreens. And the first thing I saw was the Halloween decorations! Halloween, it is not even Labor Day. But that means they have been working on it since April and here I was thinking we are ahead of the pack working on Halloween Ecards and Printable Halloween Cards. But obviously they had us beat.
So what are we working on at this time? October is the start of busy season for us. It gets kicked off by the Indian festival of Diwali and obvously culminates with Christmas. And then there are some smaller festivals that require attention in between like Thanksgiving and Durga Puja in India.
August 21, 2009
First post below:
Everyone expects to get cards on their birthday or on a special holiday, and free ecards have become the quick and easy way to let someone know how much you care. So much so, in fact, that sending free animated ecards during a holiday has become commonplace.
If you want to truly surprise someone and show them how much you care about them, you may want to send them animated cards when they least expect it – on a day that is not a holiday! Animated ecards such as the Thanks for Making Me Smile card are a great way to put a genuine smile on someone’s face.
The best part about sending animated cards isn’t that they are free and only take a short time to send, it is in knowing that when the receiver gets their ecard, they will know that someone cared enough about them to take a few minutes out of their day to send it.
In this day and age when I receive so much spam and twitter. When I know someone has taken the time to choose an e-card specifically for me. It goes a long way in my book. How about you? Do let us know.
August 13, 2009
One represents the birth of what is considered the world’s oldest democracy. The other represents the birth of the world’s largest democracy.
On July 4th, 1776, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence, thus paving the way for 13 American colonies to becoming a sovereign nation.
On August 15th, 1947, India won independence after over 200 years under British rule – a victory that came at a very high price, including the partition of the country.
That’s about where the similarity ends.
Although these dates may both represent the Independence Days of the respective countries, when you look under the surface, the contrasts could not be any starker.
I won’t go into the details here as that would be beyond the scope of this post. But here’s a fact that reflects the vast difference.
The American War of Independence lasted 8 years. India’s Freedom Struggle lasted for about 100 years.
Of course, you can’t really compare the two situations. And citizens of one country can’t possibly understand how those of the other really feel.
But when you think about a country that was known as a flourishing land where ancient civilizations and cultures thrived, you can’t really picture it being enslaved by a modern country.
And yet history does not lie.
So, when I think about the fact that this Saturday, August 15, 2009 will mark India’s 63rd
Independence Day, I have mixed feelings. As someone born and raised in India, sure – pride, joy and nostalgia are in the mix. But so is a kind of sadness. I can’t help but admire the courage and patriotism of the countless, nameless, faceless people who made the supreme sacrifice to win a freedom they would never live to enjoy, the hardships and humiliation they encountered, the unquestioning faith they placed in the nation’s leaders and in themselves.
So, yes, while I will celebrate India’s Independence Day, probably by sending free ecards to my friends and family, listening to patriotic songs performed by Indian artistes and probably singing a few with my family, I will also take a moment to remember the sacrifice of those who made this day possible.
All over India, in schools, colleges and other institutions, Independence Day celebrations usually include a flag hoisting ceremony early in the day followed by a patriotic speech and cultural performances.
When you compare it with the fanfare associated with the Fourth of July celebrations, Indian Independence Day is a relatively somber affair. Perhaps that’s where the difference lies.
One marks the Declaration of Independence of a great country. The other marks the end of a long and hard struggle of an ancient land that should never have been colonized in the first place.
July 31, 2009
Can free ecards really forge bonds or renew old ones?
I think it could.
You know how you never get around to calling or writing to some of your friends or relatives although you want to? Well, life happens. Sure. But, getting back in touch with people is easier than you think. It doesn’t take long. Nor does it cost you anything.
Think about it. It’s summer. The kids are home. You’re probably taking a few days off to go on a vacation with your family. Or at the very least, have a slightly less rushed schedule than during the school year. Now is a great time to drop a line to people you haven’t spoken to in a long time and say, “Hey!”
You don’t have to wait for a birthday or special occasion to send someone a free ecard. Summer is as good an occasion as any.
Our summer ecards feature many different themes including beaches, BBQs and Back to School.
Maybe you want to catch up with a buddy but it’s been a while since you last spoke and you aren’t sure how to break the ice. Or you have family in another part of the world and you just want to let them know they’re missed. Sending a free summer ecard or a photo card with a recent picture of you and your family ought to do the trick.
Try it. It won’t take a minute. But it will make a difference.