Birthdays, weddings, and anniversaries are just the tip of the card-giving iceberg! Here, we’ve gathered an alphabetical list of 26 reasons to send a card.

 

ABCs of card giving

 

Awesomeness

Let’s face it. Sometimes, we just need to tell that special someone how awesome they are. A card is a great way to do it! 

 

Birthdays

Whether it’s on-time or belated, a real, paper birthday card is a wonderful way to wish friends and family a happy birthday! 

 

Co-worker’s new promotion 

Congratulate your hardworking co-worker on their new promotion. 

 

Dog-sitters

It takes a special person to watch your beloved Wilber. Thank your dog-sitter for taking such good care of your pooch with a sweet thank you card. 

 

Easter

Bunnies! Chicks! Easter eggs! We’ve got them all with our wide selection of Easter cards. 

 

Father’s day

Dad, you’ve been there through it all. (And you still love me!) Each June, send Dad a card for Father’s Day. 

 

Grandma loves cards

Grandma always loves to hear from you, and a card is a wonderful way to send your love through the mail. 

 

Homesick

Exploring the world is great, but there’s no place like home! Send your homesick loved one a reminder of their favorite place on earth.  

 

I love you

Everyone likes to be reminded that they’re loved. Like Lionel Ritchie crooned, “I just sent a card, to say, I love you!” Isn’t that how it goes? 

 

Just because

Which day is best for sending someone a card? Any day! Make your friend, family member, or special someone feel the love with a card just ‘cause.

 

Kids love to feel special 

First day at a new school, a major milestone, or a job well done: no matter the occasion, kiddos love to feel like they’re doing a great job. 

 

Last day of school 

School’s out for summer! Let the fun begin and congratulate your kiddo on another school year under her belt. Now, which way to the pool?

 

Mother’s Day

Mom’s been there from the beginning — quite literally. Remind Mom that there’s no one else on earth more special! 

 

New baby

Oh, baby! When friends or family welcome a bundle of joy into this world, a card is a wonderful way to send warm wishes and heartfelt congratulations! 

 

Offering an apology 

Oops. My bad. Really sorry. Sincerest apologies. However you want to say it, saying you’re sorry with a card can mean a lot. 

 

President’s Day 

Four score and seven years ago, our forefathers thought it was a really great idea to send a President’s Day card!

 

Quitting your job!

How do you spell FREEDOM? I-Q-U-I-T! Celebrate your friend’s next career adventure with a celebratory card!

 

Rough times 

When the going gets rough, the rough need a card. Send your wishes for happier days and better times ahead with a heartfelt card. 

 

Sisters are the best

Sisters can be some of the best friends you’ll have, ever. Let your sister know how much she means to you with a sweet (or sassy!) card.

 

Thank you 

Danke. Grazie. Merci. However you want to say it, saying thank you can take your expression of gratitude to the next level. 

 

Unexpected mail - people love it!  

You know the feeling: opening the mailbox to see a real card with a real stamp. Send that feeling of joy to someone you know today! 

 

Valentine’s Day 

Honeybun, I love you to the moon and back, especially if it’s February 14. Show your sweetie you care (and you remembered!) with a Valentine’s Day card.

 

Wedding anniversary 

A wedding is one day, but wedding vows last a lifetime. Send your husband or wife a card to celebrate the day you pledged your love for each other. 

 

Xmas time

Hey, if Santa can visit every house in the world, it shouldn’t be any trouble for you to send a few cards to your best friends and family.

 

Your teacher rules!

Teachers have one of the hardest jobs in the world. Give your teacher a pat on the back with a meaningful card!  

 

Zany Aunt Martha beat breast cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Celebrate your family member or friend’s recovery with a card!

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