Easter ecards have gotten much more elaborate through the years and today you can send an ecard that offers just about everything from the Easter Bunny to your family doing an Easter jig on an animated card. Other than flowers, Easter is not a traditional gift-giving holiday, except of course if you are under 12 and expect that Easter basket on Sunday morning.
PR Newswire suggests in an article on March 26 that you share some “Bunny Love” this Easter by sending an ecard. They also report that 57 million greeting cards are exchanged every year for Easter. Sending an ecard is so easy, yet it means so much to the person on the receiving end of your Easter greetings! Ecards can be sent online to email, posted to social media sites and sent to a cell phone.
123 Greetings have offered free ecards online for years and each holiday they add new and even more unique cards to their lineup. This is a great place for finding a card for everyone on your list and they are sent with just a click of a key!
JibJab has built quite a name for themselves by putting people to music. They are the website that the masses gravitate to when wanting to conjure up dance moves for family and friends. Just like “Elf Yourself,” which is a favorite around Christmas, “Easter Bunny Yourself” offers some hilarious dancing scenarios. All you do is pop a picture of the face of your friend or family member on the Easter Bunny, chicken or any other barnyard regulars they offer and they are off dancing to a song of your choice. Whoever you send this to will get a real belly laugh out of this Easter greeting.
American Greetings is another website that has been creating ecards online for years. They can be sent online, posted to Facebook or sent through your phone, just like the other ecard sites in this article. Whether you are looking for a kid’s Easter ecard or one for a religious grandmother, you can’t beat their selection.
You can even send an animal lover on your Easter card list the link to the video above where the adorable and very fluffy bunny eats a bowl of fruit. Yes, it is a real bunny!
Ecards are fairly new in history, as they started when the online world opened up for communication. But greeting cards have been a big draw for over a century. According to the Globe Newswire, American Greetings Corporation has been around since 1906, the year it was founded for greeting cards. Why not take a few minutes and check out the free ecards online via the above links and then click away and make someone’s Easter a little bit brighter or add some humor to their day!