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Where To Find Free Cards/eCards for Thanksgiving

If you can’t be sharing turkey and a post-meal nap in front of the Lion’s game this year, at least you can send far away family and friends your best wishes. A great way to do this is with Thanksgiving cards, and the following sources will help you out here with free ecards and printable cards that you can use to brighten a distant loved one’s turkey day.Thanksgiving eCards

123Greetings.com. With 160 free Thanksgiving ecards alone to choose from, you’ll find something here that will suit your Thanksgiving greeting needs. Cards are all rated by users, and you can sort them by Most Popular, Most Viewed, Highest Rated, and the Latest cards. 123Greetings lets you send cards via email, or you can send them to your Facebook friends.

Care2. Care2 also offers an extensive selection of free Thanksgiving ecards. eCards can be sorted by Editor’s Picks, Recently Added, and Popularity. Where Care2 differs from other sites offering free Thanksgiving cards is their charitable connection. Care2 supports a number of charitable causes, and every card you send helps out these great organizations.

DaySpring eCards. Think Thanksgiving with a Christian slant. DaySpring has a collection of some six dozen free Christian-themed Thanksgiving ecards to choose from.

GotFreeCards.com. If you prefer to go old school and physically send your Thanksgiving cards, check out GotFreeCards.com’s selection of free print and send cards. They stock a number of Thanksgiving cards, some of them in black and white (“color your card”), and you can even add “stickers”, text and your own photos to cards before printing them out. Like the others listed here, GotFreeCards.com also has a (few) free Thanksgiving ecards to choose from.

Other free Thanksgiving resources:

Thanksgiving ClipartThanksgiving Games – Thanksgiving eCards/Cards – Thanksgiving Ringtones/SoundsThanksgiving Coloring PagesThanksgiving Screensavers, Wallpaper, and Desktop Themes


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