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Fleet Week and the National Stationery Show!

Drum roll, please! we are at the convergence here, in this happening city, of both Fleet Week AND the National Stationery Show! Say it with a war ship greeting card! Many thanks to the CO of USS CHINOOK (PC-9) for commissioning the drawing of his vessel for his crew. (Prints were ordered; I just made the greeting card […]

Four Ways My Life Is Better at 40 Than It Was at 20

Yesterday I turned 40. If birthday greeting cards are to be believed, I’m now officially old, at the top of a hill with nowhere to look but down. But I think each decade just gets better. There are things I can do now that my younger self never could or would do. Read more...

Send Cards on a Budget -- Savings Experiment

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Wooden Greeting Cards: Cardbots Go!

If you ask me, greeting cards are not fun to give or receive. The only time any of us really like to get them is when they have money in them. Greeting cards are also expensive…

DIY Wooden Greeting Cards

Paper cards are so last century. Give a cool wooden card to someone you love. These DIY Wooden Greeting Cards are pretty cool. You mail an envelope. Then when the recipient gets it, they punch the die-cut parts out of the wood and put together the little robot. You can choose from Congratulations, Happy Birthday, […]

New Greeting Card Line Changes How People Deal with Cancer

Traditionally, greeting cards have been a socially-acceptable way to acknowledge others’ accomplishments, celebrate holidays, and express sympathy. But when the event is as serious as cancer, cards often miss the point, leaving the recipient...Show More Summary

Why Should You Feel Threatened By The Greeting Card Industry?

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Designing a Trade Deal with Small Business in Mind

In 1999, I left a design job to pursue my passion for letterpress printing and started a greeting card company, Egg Press. Letterpress is a centuries-old production printing process. It's a relief method of printing that leaves an impression in the paper that you can see and feel. Show More Summary

Also.Also.Also: Mamas’ Day Cards For Every Kind of Mama and Other Stories You Need

Gorgeous photos of diverse queer people, black intersectional womanist feminism, Whoopi and Hannah, lady inventor, nail salons in NYC are fucked, what Trina taught you, Hillary, pollen, an inordinate number of greeting card talk, spiders, Whole Foods, bones, crying, witches, ice cream cones three times, Janelle Monae, Mx. and so much more!

Cam’ron’s Mother’s Day Card

With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, Killa gets in on the greeting card action with a new card for mom dukes. The card features a classic pic of Cam and his mom and the inside features the lyric “I argue with my mother spring, summer, fall, winter time” from “Real Niggaz”. I’m just mad […]

A Cancer Survivor Creates The Only Greeting Cards That Your Struggling Loved Ones Will Actually Appreciate

"Please let me be the first to punch the next person who tells you that everything happens for a reason."

5 Things You Should Know About Mother's Day and Pregnancy Loss

Mother's Day seems like a no-brainer to most people. The mothers in our lives are to be given flowers, pancakes and (if you're doing it right) mimosas. It should be a day free of stress and filled with love and greeting cards. What might not be so clear is how to treat the women who don't have any living children. Show More Summary

On Mother's Day, Remembering Mothers Without Living Children

Mother's Day evokes bittersweet emotions in bereaved mothers everywhere. The pain of loss may be especially poignant for mothers without living children. Memories of loss transposed onto a world awash in flowers and greeting cards leaves women reeling. Show More Summary

11 Greeting Cards People With Cancer Will Actually Appreciate

When a loved one is suffering a serious illness, it's hard to know just what to say. And when the supermarket greeting card aisle falls short - there's little between "get well soon!" and "my deepest sympathies" - many well-meaning people...Show More Summary

Great Deals on Greeting Cards -- Savings Experiment

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Empathy Cards For Serious Illness

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Emily McDowell is an illustrator, greeting card designer, and a cancer survivor. Now she’s put her experience to work in creating a line of greeting cards that cancer patients and survivors say really hit the mark. The line of eight greetings are called Empathy Cards. Show More Summary

A Startup Identity Conundrum: When Your Product Is Your Mission Statement

Steady revenue: check. Mission: check. Community: check. Product: ? Holstee makes mostly posters and greeting cards, but it started in 2009 with T-shirts. It has also experimented with art frames. And wallets made from recycled plastic bags. Show More Summary

Earth Day's perfect anthem: Duran Duran's 'Planet Earth'

Happy Earth Day. I apologize in advance for not sending a greeting card to everyone. I'm personally of the belief that if we cared about our planet more than just one day a year, it wouldn't be in the sorry shape it's in. Probably won't hurt either if we stopped electing public officials who refuse to say the words "global warming." Anyway, …

Science Says That There Really is Love in Those Puppy Dog Eyes

Maybe those great big puppy-dog eyes really do have a purpose other than to provide profits for greeting card companies. This week, Japanese scientists published a paper in the journal Science showing that both humans and dogs respond...Show More Summary

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