By Kim Wong. Graduation Gift. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 16:25:41 PM.
If I want even more features and a wider selection of animated greeting cards, I can pay for a membership at one of the top sites. With a paid membership, Id be able to send an unlimited amount of greetings per year, would be able to schedule e-mail delivery for a specified date, and would receive discounts on associated purchases such as flowers or gift baskets. Taking into account the cost of traditional cards and postage, I know that Id get my moneys worth from an e-greeting site, so Im probably going to join up in the near future.
Animated Greeting Cards - I consider myself to be a very sociable person. I have hundreds of contacts in my cell phone and e-mail address books, and work very hard to keep these relationships active. Whether my contacts are friends, relatives, or business associates, I try to call or e-mail them at least once a month just to check in and see how things are going. I also like to acknowledge special occasions by sending a card or flowers.
How You Can Make Your Own Lei: First, you need to buy 40-50 flowers which you like most. The petals are very important when making your own lei, so you just need to separate them in a cooler place on the top of the plastic bag. After that, you should cut off your thin string around 30-40 inches depending on what is your grad length. Once you cut your string the next thing you have to do is knot one end a few times so its working like a stopper when you thread your flowers. Also, you need to leave some knot to connect both ends of your lei. Then tie the other end of your string with the needle.
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