The Easter Bunny doesn’t have the monopoly on sweets. Leave a spring-colored greeting in your loved ones’ baskets with online Easter cards featuring every treat they could ask for. It won’t take a search party to find the perfect greeting—you’ll find free Easter cards with decorated eggs nestled in seasonal greenery. (You can lose the eggs, too, if tulips and lilies are your preferred Easter surprise.) Candy aisle hunter-gatherers can skip to the good stuff with cards featuring chocolate rabbits and other comestibles. If you’re celebrating a new arrival this spring, choose a design that features spring chicks and other newborn fauna or design a photo greeting with a portrait of your little one in their Sunday best. Sometimes a simple sentiment is the best of all. In which case, a well placed Happy Easter card with pastoral-inspired scenes and bold type could be just the right kind of seasonal arrival. No matter the style, your Easter greeting will arrive like a sunbeam in your reader’s busy inbox.
However you’re choosing to grace your friends’ baskets, our online design tool makes creating custom Easter greeting cards simple. Choose new fonts and colors for your card’s wording (and edit the layout, too, if you need to channel that flower-arranging impulse elsewhere) and pick out a fanciful “postage stamp,” backdrop and envelope liner in your favorite spring pastels, patterns, or prints. You’ll find ways to make your online delivery as festive as a well-designed gift basket: maybe no sugar grass, but plenty of bright visual flair, and this time with no toothaches.
Once you’ve designed the perfect Easter confection, you’ll want to show it off. Build the mailing list for your happy Easter cards with the online address book. You’ll find past recipients of your cards and invitations and you can import contacts from your own email account, as well. Tortoises and hares alike will have their greetings out on time—deliberate pre-planners can schedule their delivery in advance, but quick actors will find that it’s simple to design and send their greetings on the day of. Otherwise, you’d have to get up pretty early to beat that rabbit to the punch.