Popular Birthday Card Sayings To Share

by Jayne W. on February 17, 2014

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Signing birthday cards can be a tricky business. Many of us like to take the lazy way out and let the card’s greeting do the heavy lifting, and just sign our name. Others like to pour their heart out in their cards. Most of us, though, just want to write a little something extra to show that we have put some thought into the occasion. For ideas on what to write in cards for friends, co-workers and others, I have some popular birthday card sayings to share.

Wishing You a Happy Birthday Card

Sending specific wishes is a good idea: “Relax and enjoy yourself on your birthday – you deserve it!” is a message that will always be appreciated. If you want to go the humorous route on a card for a co-worker, you could try “You’re my favorite co-worker – whose birthday is today” . One can never go wrong going with a sincere message: “You are a great co-worker and a great friend. Happy Birthday!” Although the card stores carry many “milestone” birthday cards, I advise staying away from any age related cards unless you know the person well enough to know that their advancing age is not a sore point. With a classy card and a heartfelt birthday card saying, you will get your point across and hopefully make someone’s day

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Holly February 18, 2014 at 8:26 pm

I like to write my own verses rather than going with the pre-printed ones. I like to personalize the card’s message with something specific for/about the birthday person. Makes it more special.

Kimberly F February 19, 2014 at 2:53 pm

I like to give funny cards. I can spend hours reading through cards until I find the perfect one. The funniest thing is that on numerous occasions at least one of my sisters will give another family member the same card that I give. Humor must be in the genes.

Leanne February 26, 2014 at 4:12 pm

Even if I get a card that has a preprinted greeting in it I like to add a note to personalize the card. I like to say something nice about the person or I write a little poem or use the old standby: Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, You are another year older, How sad for you…or seomthing like that.

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