A New Way to Connect {American Greetings}

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of eCards from American Greetings. All opinions are 100% mine.

Some of you may remember that in July 2012, my family moved 5 hours away from my hometown. The one I’d lived in all my nearly 30 years. For the first time, I was away from my mom, dad, and sisters.  We LOVE this town and it was a fantastic move for us and one that God’s hand was all over. We have been so blessed here.

However, we don’t get to see friends and family as often as we’d like. Fortunately with facebook, this blog, face time, and email, we are able to keep in contact and keep my family posted on our kids’ lives, etc.

American Greetings eCards are a great way to keep connected with loved ones.

Membership is very affordable and offers several levels: 

$3.99 for a monthly membership;

$19.99 for a yearly membership; or

$29.99 for a 2-year membership

And you can try it out for 7 days for FREE! You can Learn more about American Greetins eCards by visiting their website.

Video eCards are included in the membership as well (along with the free 7-day trial), and they are deliverable by email, mobile, or facebook. They also have a great selection of printable cards if you’d prefer to print your cards rather than delivering them electronically.

They have a HUGE selection of great cards–cute, funny, heartfelt, and for many different occasions. You can send one for any occasion, Birthday or holiday, and even attach gift cards. It’s a very cute way to send a gift card.

Since mother’s day is coming up, I think this one would be super cute to send to my mom. I love the art on it, and it’s actually an interactive one and the video is super cute.

You can Make your American Greetings eCard now. You can also like American Greetings on Facebook or follow American Greetings on Twitter.

Who would you like to send an American Greetings eCard to?

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