Have you been scouring the supermarket shelves and greeting card stores for that perfect holiday greeting card? We know the feeling, and we're here to help!
Our brilliant designers (okay, maybe only we think they're brilliant) have come up with a few card designs that just might inspire you to send out a few extra this year. It also helps that there's a special link to your wishlist on the back, just in case.
So without further ado, click here to browse our greeting cards.
Our cards are designed for you to be able to download and print, so you'll need some suitable card stock and a decent color printer. All of the cards are designed to be half-fold letter; in other words, they're the size of an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper folded in half.
Here are a few blank, printable cards we've tried out, or just ask the helpful folks down at your local office supply store.
Once you have some of the blank card stock, browse through our cards and download one or more that you like. We provide the cards in PDF format for your convenience. Simply print them out and you're ready to go!
You may notice some interesting things on the back of the card. First of all, there's a special link that points to your wishlist that looks something like this:
It won't be exactly that same link since you'll have your own (the one above points to my wishlist, which of course you are welcome to view).
Right in the middle of the card is something that looks like the blocky image shown here on the right. This is a special pattern that imprints a subliminal message on the viewer's brain. Studies show that this technique increases your chance of receiving a great gift from that person by a statistically significant margin.
Uhhh, just kidding!
It's actually called a QR Code, and if you have spent any time in Japan lately you'll already know what it is for. It is a type of 2-dimensional barcode that allows you to quickly do things with your camera phone, things like make a phone call, send a text, or surf to a web page. In this case, the code on the back simply points to your wishlist on the Wishzilla website.
If you have an iPhone, download the i-nigma app and try it out.
In Japan, most phones support QR Code right out of the box, and they actually print them on billboards and stuff. Not terribly attractive, I must say, but once you try it out it's pretty amazing. Kinda like magic, really.
Happy Wishing, and Happy Holidays!