Mother’s Day Cards are very important to moms and grandmas in our family. Even if you don’t get the special woman in your life a gift, a card for Mother’s Day can be just as thoughtful, especially if they are unique! Below are three ways that you can give a more thoughtful card this year.
Unique Ideas for Mother’s Day Cards
1. Personalized Mother’s Day Card Service
Want a quick and simple yet unique Mother’s Day card idea? Check out all of the online greeting card offerings. These are the top pick for more and more card givers each year, because of their convenience.
Some online Mother’s Day cards are able to be fully personalized – most times, you can even include a photo! Come up with some memorable text and include a picture of you and Mom. Then, you will have the option to have it sent to you to sign before giving the card to your mother or having it mailed directly to her.
2. Funny Mother’s Day Cards
Though it may not be recommended that you only give your mother a funny Mother’s Day card, they can definitely add some laughter to her day! Sending a free eCard can really light up a lady’s day – especially if they are used to getting lots of junk in their email inbox.
Take a look at services such as JibJab. They go beyond the level of digital cards - they are videos that allow you to add your mom’s face to a special character. She could be the star of a humorous video where she is dancing, rapping, or flying! There are lots of eCards to select out there, and a small fee isn’t much for the laughter you can create.
3. Homemade Mother’s Day Cards
Unique Mother’s Day cards that are handmade are usually at the top of the thoughtful list. There are SO many ways you can create a card from scratch. It all depends on the time you want to invest – and maybe on your artistic abilities too! For a simple Mother’s Day card, find a printable template on the internet, many of which you can find for free. Follow the instructions and it shouldn’t be too difficult to put together something respectable!
If you are feeling a little more artsy, paint the card for your mom. Replicate a beautiful photograph or canvas – better yet, take your supplies to a nearby mountain or beach, whichever your mother prefers more. The personal touch will have her heart melting.
Be sure to keep in mind – The message you add to the inside of Mother’s Day cards should be considered as much as the front. Take your time writing something that comes from the heart, sharing with your mom just how much she means to you. A Mother’s Day poem could be a nice flair too. The work you put into the card will be well worth the happiness it brings your mom!