Despite the convenience of a text message or an email when sending a message to a friend or loved one, we can’t totally forget how the traditional personalized cards can be more appealing. You can be creative by playing on colors and sizes for your card and make your cads more attractive. You can also try sending out flat or folded greeting cards to maximize space depending on the content of your card.
As co-owners of The Land of Lost Content, the world’s largest archive of 20th Century popular culture, we’re always thinking of new, exciting ways to make Britain’s rich cultural heritage relevant to the modern consumer. Our greeting card collection with Hallmark does exactly that, and features images from the 50s, 60s and 70s in a 12-part collection.
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Using your own images is a great way to personalize your cards and it’s 100% free. Once you upload your images to Canva’s card maker, you can use them as many times as you like. Or, you can choose from Canva’s library of over 2 million images, graphics and illustrations. Many of these images are free, while premium images are all priced at just $1.
If the birthday cake is big in size, then decorate the whole cake like a village landscape, with the small cottages and rivulets flowing around. Decorate the cottages, fields, trees and rivulets with different colored cream and see the cake have a life of its own. If done properly these specially decorated birthday cake will look real and your child will not even agree to cut the cake. Even your guests will remember these cakes always.
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Each card we make takes anything from a few weeks to several months to complete. Many of the elements of the animation are actually painted by hand (using real paint, brushes and paper!) because the textures and colours achieved that way are so much more attractive than the electronic equivalent. These paintings are then scanned into electronic form, and the laborious process of animation starts. Finally, the music is created to accent or complement the animation.
 The artists strive to create cards that are unlike a typical store-bought card.  This includes making cards in a variety of visual styles, tones, and themes such as shoes, chocolate, and painting.  Just as every article on NOVICA is the product of the talents and passion of an artisan, so too is each birthday card from Blow the product of the talents and passion of an artist.
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