I can feel that Christmas is in the air. Before you leave your desk for this year holiday season, make sure that your partners have received your greeting. We all know that when the holiday is over and we get back to work, open our email, they are flooded with greetings from clients, partners, suppliers,… all over the world.

These sites will definitely help you send out an outstanding wish that your receiver won’t forget.

1.Canva

Canva is an online site that helps you create not only cards but also presentation or poster, blog graphic,… With millions of stock photographs, fonts, and a feature enabling users to upload their own photos, you can easily create unique cards with customized wishes.

2. America Greetings

American Greetings has a huge selection of egreeting cards, including many with animation and customization options including the ability to upload your own photos and put yourself into the scenery. They mostly require paid membership, though. You can buy a membership in American Greetings online greeting service for one month, one year or two years.

American Greetings has some fun talking Christmas cards like the Merry Mistletoad talking card, which allows you to record a greeting in your own voice and have it play while a ridiculous looking animated toad in a Santa hat appears to be reading your greeting in your voice.

3. 123Greetings

Xmas ecard

123Greetings has a wide variety of free egreetings, including some nice YouTube video messages and Elvis singing over vintage Christmas scenery. With 123Greetings, it’s easy to connect to Facebook and send a free card to all your Facebook pals. 123Greetings is a large site, with thousands of different cards, including many for Christmas greetings

4. Jacquie Lawson

Jacquie Lawson is a British illustrator in southern England who started creating electronic greetings in 2000 and has since built an impressive collection of animated Flash greeting cards with music online. They aren’t free but they are very high quality and it may be worth the yearly membership fee if you want to send a truly classy message to your friends.

5. Hallmark

Hallmark has some classy ecards online, but they cost money. For an annual cost, Hallmark gives you a lot of customization options, including the ability to send cards featuring various cartoon characters, popular music and TV shows. The Christmas section is nicely categorized, allowing you to sort by character names, tone (funny? heartfelt? religious?) and options such as music and customizable animation. Hallmark also has user reviews of its cards, a nice touch.

6. Someecards

This site offers a ton of fun greetings written by its users, so there is more variety here than at most electronic greeting sites. The site has an old soul with a modern, hip, Internet sensibility.

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