Baboons huggingWe are all starting to feel the crazy that comes from social distancing and isolation. Thank goodness for technology! Many people are turning to Zoom to see friends, family, and colleagues. Or using Facetime, Portal, Google Hangouts, or other wonders of the modern age to connect with others more than 6 feet away.

There’s something nice, though, about the old-fashioned greeting card. Getting something unexpected in the mail can be such a delight, and a more tangible way to show you are thinking of someone.

Since you can’t run to the store for a card, here’s a couple to download and print from home. The two cards print on one piece of 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper or card stock. For a shiny card, you could even use photo paper!

No stamps? You can order them online from USPS, and they’ll deliver them to your home for a small fee.

Click on the image to the left to download the cards. They both print on one 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of card stock or heavy paper.

Print in Landscape at 100% or “Actual Size”
Select Vivid color settings

Cut out the cards on the dotted lines before folding.

Each card should fit nicely in an envelope that’s at least 4″ x 5″ . If you don’t have one, click here to download an envelope template and make your own.


The couple image is from StockSnap on Pixabay
The baboons are courtesy of Cock-Robin on Pixabay