This week’s Card of the Week is a little different because it’s not just one card, but a company that makes e-cards. Introducing VerveCards.
Back in the early days of the internet I was totally obsessed with e-cards. I sent them to everyone I knew for absolutely no reason at all. Heck, I was sending e-cards before I was even emailing all that often.
VerveCards makes super colorful, vibrant, and fun e-cards for almost every occasion. (They will soon have them for every occasion.) E-cards are a great economical and eco-friendly way to send a friendly hello or just tell someone that you’re thinking of them.
Or, in the case of this card, you can wish your BFF a Happy Halloween:
Some of the cards really speak to me, because I have a tendency to talk like a 13-year-old boy back in 1995. Such as this card, which utilizes one of my favorite sayings, “da bomb.”
A membership to VerveCards costs $14.95 per year and allows you to send as many e-cards as your heart desires. Have you decided to go completely “green?” Perfect, there’s an e-card for that. Miss someone’s birthday? There’s an e-card for that too. $14.95, which is about the same cost as 4-5 regularly priced paper cards, will allow you to keep in contact with everyone you know, all year long.
But because they’re awesome, VerveCards has offered to give away one complimentary membership to one of you lovelies!!
The Fine Print:
Here’s a breakdown of the 5 total entries you can have for this giveaway:
- 1 entry for heading over to VerveCards and then leaving a comment below sharing which card design is your favorite.
- 1 entry for following @VerveCards on Twitter
- 1 entry for tweeting about this giveaway. (Make sure you send it my way – @fantabandfrugal)
- 1 entry for becoming a fan of VerveCards on Facebook. (VerveCards Facebook Page)
- 1 entry for leaving a comment on the VerveCards Facebook Page Wall.
There are a lot of ways to enter! Please leave comments below sharing which of these items you have done.
Entries will be accepted through October 28, 2009, with a winner announced October 29, 2009.