Birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and new babies, not to mention moving house, retirement, engagement and bereavement. There are numerous occasions when cards are used to let people know you are thinking about them, and for some this involves a lot of stress.
1. What theme to choose?
Humorous? Quirky? Emotive? The variety of cards available gives endless choice, but which card fits best?
Not enough words, too many or not quite the right sentiment.
3. Not enough time.
Rushing to buy a retirement card in your lunch hour? Add into that points one and two and you are heading for a meltdown.
4. Too many to get.
Very similar to point four. Why do all the family birthdays all fall in the same three months?
You’ve rushed out in the spare five minutes you have before the school run to buy a card for Bertie’s birthday party (short notice) and the local shop only has cards that look like a four year old made it. In fact, your four year old could have made one much better, and it probably would mean more too, but you simply don’t have time.
So, you arrive at Bertie’s birthday party, hot and flustered with a hastily wrapped present, flimsy card and child, only to see four other cards identical to yours.
Well they do say it’s the thought that counts.
Did you know that Phoenix Trading cards are all printed on quality board, are designed by individual artists (so you won’t find them in the shops) and if you sign up for my subscription service you need never be without a card again?
No more dashing out in your lunch break.
No more struggling to find the right design or wording (all our cards are blank inside).
Hurrah! and huzzah! I hear you cry.
Ok, maybe just me then!
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