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Best websites for sending creative e-cards

Three sites with customizable e-cards.

Moma.org/ecards lets you “channel van Gogh”—or one of dozens of other artists exhibited at New York’s Museum of Modern Art—when sending your regards. Images of paintings, sculptures, and photographs can be sent, along with a personal greeting, to as many as three recipients at a time.

Sendables.jibjab.com lets visitors insert their own pictures into quirky animations and send them as e-cards. The site can also connect with Facebook accounts and keep you posted on which of your friends have upcoming birthdays.

Mypunchbowl.com, a party-planning site, has hundreds of customizable e-cards covering 45 themes and holidays. Pick a design or animation, type in a message, and then pick your “favorite designs and fonts.” You can share the cards through e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.

Source:
O magazine

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