Inspirational Greeting Card Tales

Never Feel Sheepish About Sending Greeting Cards

by Henry L. on January 18, 2010

My twelve-year-old was doing a report on sheep. As I read it over (she is still at the stage where I am allowed to see her work), it struck me that the word “carding” took on a different meaning for me. Technically the term carding means to cleanse, disentangle, and collect together (as fibers) by […]

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Business Get Well Cards Speed Recovery

by Henry L. on September 14, 2009

Business get well cards carry a great deal more weight than their size might imply. As a valued measure of one’s likability, dependability, and loyalty, business get well cards can help speed recovery. When someone is injured or ailing, the best “medicine” may be in knowing that your presence and talents are missed and needed. […]

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Corporate Get Well Cards are Good Medicine

by Henry L. on July 27, 2009

I just got a get well card from my bank, and I can’t tell you what a pleasant surprise it was to receive. Since I’ve been with the same branch for a few years, I’ve gotten to know several of the tellers and the manager and they always have a nice, warm welcome when I […]

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My brother’s company has a terrific tradition each month of choosing a “Star Employee” and then surprising him or her with special corporate Congratulations cards. Even though the company’s name is printed at the bottom of the cards, the boss usually writes a note and hand signs one of the cards, which makes it a […]

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There are so many occasions for which to send greeting cards offering congratulations to friends and family – a birth, a graduation, a promotion. These occasions and many others should not go unnoticed in the corporate world. I feel that everyone, especially those in a leadership role or in human resources, should have company congratulations […]

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Ode to Notecards

by Henry L. on March 9, 2009

The notecards I found on this site, have caused me this poem to write. The design called, “Floral Expressions” has on me made quite an impression. When you think of someone who’s sad, or working through troubles they’ve had, Do you worry about what to say, to help in your own little way? The beautiful […]

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Upon a recent promotion, I received several greeting cards with well-wishes from co-workers. My boss gave me a business congratulations card and on the inside wrote “Congrats…or should I say God bless you?” I guess you are wondering what sort of inside joke this could possibly be, right? Let me backtrack. It all started with […]

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Get Well Cards – Just How Sick Do You Have To Be?

by Henry L. on February 17, 2009

Do people who receive get well cards actually recover faster than those who suffer in solitude? Proponents of positive thinking would agree that well wishes and greeting cards from the world outside the sickroom can’t help but have a healing effect. When I’m not feeling well, even if it’s only a temporary state, it’s easy […]

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Business get well cards are among the different types of corporate greeting cards that companies often send. While these cards are usually passed around within an office for a variety of serious ailments, another reason to send these types of greeting cards is to spread humor and cheer among co-workers. For instance, one day I […]

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Cards4Veterans.org

by Henry L. on November 11, 2008

Prudent Publishing is announcing a new website and charitable program to assist those who wish to honor our veterans by sending cards of appreciation and caring. The website, www.Cards4Veterans.org, will be coordinating shipments of free greeting cards to schools, charities, churches, and other organizations that wish to send cards to veterans and veterans’ organizations. Cards4Veterans.org […]

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