Free Mothers Day Ecards

Moms are the easiest people to shop for. Moms are the toughest people to shop for.

With Mother’s Day approaching, you’re probably scouring malls and stores for the perfect gift. From diamonds to flowers, apparel to bags, your options abound. Which is probably why buying gifts for Mom is both easy and difficult at the same time. Easy because there’s so much to choose from. And challenging because you have to choose. I find that making the decision to pick one gift over others is the toughest part. So, I usually narrow down my options to three or four items and have someone else do the final picking. How do you decide what makes the most perfect gift for Mom?

But, here’s the good news.  There are certain places where you don’t have to choose one option over another. You can actually pick and send as many as you want! Without additional charge – in fact, at no charge! Which is why we love free Mother’s Day Ecards, don’t we?

Here are a few I liked.  Check out our site for several more options. But unlike Mother’s Day gifts, if you can’t decide which ecard you like best – No Problem! Go ahead and send ‘em all…or spread them out over Mother’s Day week…or, send one to your mother-in-law or the aunt who’s like a Mom to you.

Because, with Mother’s Day ecards, you can afford to send as many as you want.

Million Reasons I Love You –Can you count the reasons you love mom? Probably not.  But, you can tell her a few that make her smile.  Warning! Keep tissues handy. Likely to cause tears of joy.

Mom’s Life Decathlon – Moms come with super powers that keep expanding with their responsibilities.  Honor Mom’s contributions and strengths and make her laugh with this symbolic ecard.

So, which Mother’s Day Ecards did you pick? And now that the easy part’s done, maybe you should get back to deciding the Mother’s Day gift!

Editor’s Note: Here is the link to – free mothers day printable cards.

Mothers Day Origins

Mother’s Day may seem like a holiday that has been celebrated forever in the U.S., but it wasn’t until 1914—less than 100 years ago—when Congress and President Woodrow Wilson officially designated this annual holiday on the second Sunday of each May that commemorates mothers. The recognition of this special day was spearheaded by Anna Marie Jarvis to honor the work of her mother, famous social activist Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis who fought for workers’ health and safety for the women who attended to wounded soldiers during the American Civil War. Ironically, after the holiday was declared Anna Marie spent the rest of her life campaigning bitterly against the holiday, because she did not believe that mainstream Mother’s Day activities did not commemorate mothers enough!

 Thankfully, you can send a free, personalized ecard to let your mother know how much she is appreciated any day of the year! You can include your photo and voice, too, for that extra special touch.

 Make Mom smile with a free, personalized ecards today!

 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau,