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Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Ann’s daughter Liz started her a Kudoboard, invited her family to contribute, and will send the online board to Ann on Mother’s Day!
- Your logo at the top
- Board export
- Custom pricing
- Tagging, likes, & comments
- Custom URL
- Custom disclaimer
- Proactive moderation
- Custom input fields
- Multiple administrators
- Board metrics
- Embeddable slideshow
- Dedicated account manager
Personalized mothers’s day cards, done right
eCards were one of the first hits of the early 1990s web. Unfortunately, they also became known for low-quality, ad-laden sites flashing outdated stock images. If you were wondering “How can I show Mom I care about her…but only a little bit?” – a Mother’s Day eCard was the unfortunate, but accurate, digital answer to your question.
But not anymore.
Forget about the corny jokes and annoying popups. With Kudoboard, you can create customized, online cards with pictures, videos, and notes celebrating Mother’s Day. You can even invite the rest of the family to contribute and turn it into a group card.
Frequently asked questions about Mother’s Day Cards
Many mothers are sentimental and love cards from their children and grandchildren. To make a mother’s day card extra special, here are some ideas:
- Include handprints/footprints of grandchildren
- Write reasons why the mom/grandma is loved (have each child/grandchild list a reason)
- Share a favorite memory of your mom/grandma
- Specifically thank them for what they have done for you
What better gift for a grandma than a homemade card from her grandchildren? There are many ways to make a special mother’s day card from her grandchildren. Some examples include:
- Handprint art
- Hand Drawn pictures
- Photo collages
- Have grandchildren write why they love their grandma
- Fill out a “survey” from the grandchildren all about grandma
Mother’s day is important because it celebrates all the women in our life (mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, mothers in law, and any other influential women in your life). Mother’s day is a day to say thank you and make sure that the special women in your life feel loved and valued.
In America, Mother’s day is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday in may.
If you are looking for a fresh way to say “happy mother’s day”, a virtual card is a fun and easy option. There are many websites to make virtual cards, Kudoboard being one of them. To start a card with Kudoboard, simply go to their website and click “create a kudoboard.” From there, you will be prompted to fill out a few questions about the occasion of the card (click mother’s day), and who the card is for. Before you can start creating your card, you will choose which type of board fits your needs. If you have less than 10 people contributing to the card, a mini board is a perfect (free) option! Once you choose the type of board needed, you can start creating your board. With kudoboard, you can change the background, add all kinds of media, and add contributors.
To add multiple contributors to the board, simply click “add contributors” at the top of the kudoboard. There are four different ways to share the board (QR code, social media, email, and direct link). Parents can help the grandchildren write or add a video to the board. All contributors can add media, and if you have multiple contributors a premium board has the option to add up to 100 board posts, to ensure that everyone has a chance to say “happy mother’s day.” Here is more information about Kudoboard’s pricing.