Valentines Greetings / January 6, 2019 / Imelda Chang
When it comes to artistry and uniqueness in animated electronic ecards however nothing may compare with the creations that Scandinavian-born artist and designer Frederikke Tu offers at Ojolie. The Valentine ecards currently available on the website to which Tu adds more designs every month include such tasteful undeniably classy often exquisitely beautiful and moving images. These are animated to music such as "Trumpeter Swans" in which haunting flute music plays while cherry blossom petals waft across a mountain lake where two swans glide toward each other their necks forming a heart reflected in the still waters. "Peony" featuring a beautiful flower that blossoms and then becomes part of the pattern on a lovely Japanese womans kimono as she stands beside a tranquil lake scene; and "Love Dance" depicting the courtship of two Japanese red-crowned cranes an elegant natural ballet of timeless devotion.
The photos of your family and friends can be uploaded and printed to exude a unique and personalized appearance to the custom card. Although electronic cards have reigned presently handmade greeting cards still fascinate people all around the world. A sentimental handmade card with tender words expresses the love of a lifetime. No matter what type of greeting card you send on Valentines Day it is the message that it carries which really matters. Personalized Greeting (customized with your text message or photos) are the best possible ways to express your love and appreciation for others in an inexpensive way. It always strengthens the bond between people. With Valentines Day fast approaching thoughts turn yet again to the most tasteful memorable ways to send romantic greetings.
While both ecard websites offer a smattering of relatively simple free cards to send customers who want to deliver the best offerings have to pay for individual cards from Hallmark or a membership from American Greetings which might lead some to hesitate a moment and wonder if paying for e-greetings that feel slightly homogenized is really worth the money. That may explain why more and more people are flocking to boutique-style artistic ecard sites such as JacquieLawson.com and Ojolie.com to send animated ecards for important occasions like Valentines Day. English illustrator Jacquie Lawson first won a following back around the turn of the millennium for an animated Christmas card she sent out to friends which got passed around and transformed her almost overnight into a phenomenon.