Back in the olden days of the 1960s, my mom made greeting cards for birthdays and holidays. Her family members were the recipients of these hand-painted designs and original prose, personally created for that person who meant so much to her. The cards were never printed or copied so each was an original.
Today, the greeting card business is thriving ($7.5 billion in sales), holding its own in the age of technology and the convenience of sending an electronic message. It is my hope that handwritten notes, cards, and messages will never become obsolete and that they will forever remain keepsakes that we cherish for many generations. The eloquent words and exquisite designs makes a great combination.
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