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Mothers Day Cards

Stefy Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
Hi

Does anyone know any sites that sell good quality Mothers Day cards?

Thanx
Stefy Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
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#1
I got my card from moonpig, it was one of the free ones.
you can personalise them, and If you have enough ipoints you can get a free card :thumbsup:
#2
me too!
#3
Thanx, might try them out.
#4
I saw an advert for them on tv the other night, glad to see they havnt gone bust after all the free cards us hukd members grabbed :giggle:
#5
I agree, moonpig cards are great quality and fast delivery. Can be personalised, pictures can be added, and no more than you would pay in a card shop for an unpersonalised card.

ipoints - sign up with them and you will soon earn enough for a free card (although they have changed the points and its not as easy as it used to be :cry:)
#6
has anyone ever thought of giving there mum a mothers day card, then the next day tell her you will recycle it. then take it home and saving it for next year? lmao. i mean come on, who is gonna remember a card from a year ago?

please note: ive never done this lol.
#7
:giggle: what about the envelope though????

I usually make my own cards, and have managed to do so this year too. Wasnt sure if I would be able to, but done it bit by bit :)
#8
kelly_o_fanatic
:giggle: what about the envelope though????

I usually make my own cards, and have managed to do so this year too. I do it because I enjoy it, but also because there is trouble if someone doesnt get one! Lol, keep being told to make them and sell them, but it wouldnt be fun then. I do make them for family to give to other people if its special occasion (e.g. 21st b'day)



well you just tuck the envelope in rather than sticking it down - well so i would imagine:whistling: lol

i always have to buy cards on behalf of my siblings, otherwise they wouldnt bother:x
#9
dunno
well you just tuck the envelope in rather than sticking it down - well so i would imagine:whistling: lol

i always have to buy cards on behalf of my siblings, otherwise they wouldnt bother:x


Same here, used to sign my brothers name on my card, now he lives in essex and I have to remind him daily of every event from about a month in advance! Sooooooooooo annoying!

He is the older of the 2 of us, so shouldnt it be the other way around????
#10
kelly_o_fanatic
Same here, used to sign my brothers name on my card, now he lives in essex and I have to remind him daily of every event from about a month in advance! Sooooooooooo annoying!

He is the older of the 2 of us, so shouldnt it be the other way around????



lol, it should be i guess. i did think about not getting them one, but it wouldnt really be right. it would just make my mum feel bad.
#11
oh crap, this threads just reminded me its my nephews birthday and though I have a card I forgot to send it, and I havnt rang him yet!!

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