Jill Schwartz’s Family recently created a birthday e-card with kudoboard. In addition to great family photos, there is even a guest appearance on the board from none other than Bob Barker ;). Check out the board HERE. Thanks for letting us share, Jill, and Happy birthday from all of us at Kudoboard!
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How To Create A Family Birthday E-Card
Are you wondering how to create an awesome birthday e-card for someone in your family? Here are some great tips on how to make an e-card that your family member will love.
To ensure your virtual birthday card will get to the recipient on time make sure you start early! Virtual cards are convenient, but that doesn't mean they happen overnight. If you are having family members contribute, get everyone involved a few weeks before the person's birthday. Starting early also means thinking about who you want to contribute. Make sure you have everyone's email so they can add to the card.
For more information, check out 7 Tips For Creating Great Group Cards.
Creating A Virtual Birthday Card
A birthday Kudoboard is easy to start by clicking “Create Kudoboard” here. You can name the card, choose a background, and set your font choices. Then you choose the delivery methods and reminder emails and send them for everyone to sign.
Add Media To Your E-Card
Some of the fun with virtual birthday cards is the ability to add media easily. Simply add photos, gifs, videos, and text to make the card special and individualized. Remember, virtual cards allow you to be creative and have fun! Think of the recipient and add inside jokes, fun memories, and memorable birthday wishes.
Invite Loved Ones To Contribute
With online birthday cards, it is simple to add contributors. Family members will love celebrating their loved one's birthday by sharing fun videos, gifs, texts, and photos on the e-card. The best part about virtual cards? People can add to the card from wherever, whenever. Simply add everyone's emails, and they can add to the card (without signing up).
Send the E-Card
Finally, you can have the card set to send on the person's special day. To do this, simply add the recipient's email, and the card will be sent for them to view. If you are throwing a birthday party, kudoboards can also be viewed as a slideshow!
For more reasons why virtual cards are better, check out this article.