“I Love You So Much” on a greeting card? Come on, you can do better than that.
As “Free Britney” of The Hollywood Gossip reports, online marketplaces like Etsy are rife with greeting cards that convey well wishes and sentiments in unorthodox ways. For instance, if you’re tired of scribbling “I Love You So Much,” you can opt for a card that says “I Hate You the Least.” Any recipient with a healthy sense of humor is bound to get a kick out of the accompanying wit and occasional sarcasm on these unconventional greeting cards.
It may sound rather surprising that old-fashioned paper cards are still in demand. One would think that with the rise of electronic communications and social media, greeting cards would have met the same end as the art of the handwritten letter. Yet part of the reason behind the enduring appeal of traditional greeting cards is that electronic greetings, for all their convenience, lack the more personal feel of a well-crafted greeting card on paper.
Nothing sure beats a unique and well-designed greeting card that cannot be bought in any store. The recipient is also more likely to treasure it than “accidentally” misplace it. Of course, to pull off any creative greeting card design, you’ll need the services of a master printer known for technical expertise and on-time delivery.
You can count on a trusted Los Angeles printing company like Master Copy Print to meet whatever requirements you may set for your custom greeting cards. With state-of-the-art production lines, greeting cards and other printed media will be at your store by the bulk within a matter of days. This is especially convenient during the run-up to the holidays.
You can also trust professional Los Angeles printing services to improve upon your initial digital design. While the in-house graphic design team of any respectable team knows that good art cannot be rushed, they also know how to pick up the pace without compromising quality. All you have to do is to upload the file or hand it over to the printer personally.
(Source: “13 Honest Greeting Cards: Say I Love You Like You (Actually) Mean It!” The Hollywood Gossip, August 6, 2014)