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Jacquie Lawson has wonderful cards, offering interactive fun for the recipient. I could view these all day long. The cards come to life, as they are painted before your very eyes. Teddy and the seagulls, reminded me of fishing with my husband, feeding the seals with the bait, instead of catching fish.
Mr Teddy has many delightful adventures in these e-cards, well to all intents and purposes, he appears to be a male bear, but the summer holiday card, and the contents in his trunk, leaves a few questions unanswered. Maybe there is a Mrs Bear!! I will allow you to draw your own conclusions.
Cards ranging from the delightful, to the macabre (the witches brew) not my personal choice, but and indicator or how wide the selection is.
On a much more serious note, the bee and the butterfly weave a beautiful floral wreath, sure to bring inspiration to one who is grieving.
Every card takes several weeks to draw and animate and accompanying music is either specially composed, or carefully arranged to time perfectly with the animation.
I find this site a pleasant English alternative to American Greetings. It is very much more personal, as many of the cards feature the adventures or Jacquie's Labrador dog, Chudleigh. There may not be as many cards, but I would rather have fewer high qualities ones.
However if you are looking for a good alternative to American Greetings.com I would like to recommend Ojolie.com, as each card is a unique masterpiece by the artist. The artist's inspiration is gained from her passion for wildlife and nature. These cards appeal to heart and soul, and are a delight to both send and receive. Ojolie provide information about the photography, music, musicians and the artist of each card.
I love her Chudleigh cards - someone nearly always emails one to me every Xmas and I really look forward to seeing her latest ecard. Lexy
daylehall 04.05.2008 19:41
Not a bad review although I would suggest trying to make it a bit longer. Just a little tip, it is better to write 1 review a day as then more people will have a chance to read it. If you turn out several reviews in one day then people won't have the time to read all of them meaning you get less reads and therefore less money. xxx