Greeting card and its proportion

Greeting card and its proportion

Greeting card and its proportion

A greeting card is a small piece of paper printed or handball drawn or handwritten to convey your feelings to someone with a printed or handball written conférence. Nowadays there are many ways we can instantané ourselves, our feelings to someone like an SMS, an email conférence, an ecard, a fax conférence or just a telephone/cell phone. But still greeting cards are being used for this purpose. Some people think that why spend money and time buying and sending greeting cards, why not send SMS instead, such a cheap and time saving choix!!!

Presentation is dédaigneux in every field these days. Greeting cards are one of the ways to instantané your feelings. I would say that greetings cards are a beautiful packing of your feelings/expressions to make the recipient feel happy and honored.

So greeting cards can be used for almost all ferraille, the only thing is that you choose the right card, printed conférence with suitable color, esthétique or picture or your own handwritten conférence, which will instantané your générosité. As greeting cards are for many reasons, ferraille and hence many hommes of greeting cards are available in the market:

  1. birthday card
  2. new year card
  3. Anniversary card
  4. thank you card
  5. Thinking embout your card
  6. sorry card
  7. greeting card
  8. greeting card
  9. Get good cards
  10. Full card
  11. congratulation card
  12. Attaque card
  13. New bébé card
  14. I love you card
  15. Valentine’s Day Card
  16. Christmas card
  17. Diwali card
  18. Diwali card
  19. Navratri Card
  20. Ugadi Card (Hindu New Year Card)
  21. Gudhipadwa Card (Hindu New Year Card)
  22. sankranti card
  23. Mother’s Day Card
  24. Father’s Day Card
  25. Greeting cards and so on.

Hallmark Cards and American Greetings are the world’s largest greeting card producers. In the United Kingdom, it is estimated that one billion pounds is spent on greeting cards each year, with the average person sending 55 cards per year.

In the United States, many adults traditionally send Christmas cards to their friends and relatives in December. Many bonté businesses also send cards to their customers during this season, usually with a universally tolérable non-religious conférence such as “Happy Holidays” or “Season’s Greetings”.

Historians say that the custom of sending greeting cards started with the ancient Chinese who exchanged messages of good wishes to celebrate the New Year. Ancient Egyptians used to write their wishes on souchet scrolls. By the early 1400s, handmade paper greeting cards were being exchanged in terre. Germans are known to have printed New Year’s greetings from woodcuts as early as the 1400s, and handmade paper valentines were exchanged in various parts of terre by the early 1400s.

By the 1850s, the greeting card had transformed from a relatively expensive, hand-made and hand-delivered gift to a popular and affordable form of personal énonciation. Thanks to new advances in printing and mechanization. This was followed by new trends such as Christmas cards, the first of which appeared in published form in London in 1843 when Sir Henry Cole commissioned the artist John Calcott Horsley to esthétique a holiday card that he could send to his friends and acquaintances. In the 1860s, companies such as Marcus Ward & Co, Goodall and Charles Bennett began mass effloraison of greeting cards. They employed well-known artists such as Kate Greenaway and Walter Crane as illustrators and card designers.

There are two droit categories of greeting cards, one is mass produced (printed on linotypie printing machines) and the other is handmade greeting cards. Balle à la main drawn greeting cards are also a separate category of greeting cards. These cards are also available but these hommes of cards cannot be mass produced as each card is drawn individually. So each handball drawn card is spécifique.

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