Speed Through Your Holiday Card List With These Ecard Sites And Apps

Handwritten cards are always appreciated, but sometimes sending an ecard is a fast and easy way to put a smile on someone’s face.

Let your friends and family know you’re thinking about them by shooting off a few ecards today or whenever you get the urge to say hello.

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Want to personalise a thank-you card from your whole family? This site features an electronic pass-around that's accomplished by just emailing the card to the people who need to sign it. Easy as pie: GroupCard.

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Upload photos and cut and place your heads onto awesome video animations! It's like Elf Yourself without the hats: MushyGushy.

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Lets you put together any picture and any song (just upload each file), slap in a message and an email address, and your recipients get a custom card! Postcard.FM.

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It's hard not to get addicted to this hilarious site with wacky, cheeky ecards. The site is known for juxtaposing vintage-y images with witty and racy messages. Not your grandma's ecard site: Someecards.

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The site has video cards for all 'those small and embarrassing real-life moments that, until now, nobody made greeting cards for,' and they are fantastically funny: Carded.

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Postcard Express

If you have an iPhone, check out the Postcard Express app. You can take a picture at whatever fabulously exotic location you're at, and then you add your message and the email address of the recipient. It'll even geo-tag your photo/postcard for you: Postcard Express.

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From a Birdie

Send a message from a little birdie (or a whole flock!). You can add photos to your cards, and there aren't any size restrictions: From a Birdie.

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