Didn’t have time to make a Christmas cards this year? The Internet is full of solutions. Thanks to the likes of JibJab and Red Stamp, there are tons of free options to send Christmas cheer to your friends and family without licking stamps or stuffing envelopes. Below are five free Christmas ecard sites to send love and laughs to those near and far.
For those sending a card to a group of friends or family member, JibJab.com is a surefire way to make them laugh. From Gangnam Style to Santa's Twerk Shop and even the Chippendales, you can choose photos of your intended recipients and the site will superimpose them on characters as they sing and dance to holiday-inspired tunes. Don’t worry, there are more kid-friendly options too. Learn more here.
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Have Santa send a personal message to a loved one with this free service. Simply choose whether you want Kris Kringle to put him or her on the “naughty” or “nice” list and fill out a few questions about their personality. The recipient will receive a video where Santa actually says the person’s name out loud (the pronunciation is pretty spot on) along with several good and bad habits they possess. Learn more here.
For something fun and a little more tame, Red Stamp has simple holiday e-cards. Pick from a bunch of different templates and colors. Personalize by putting your own photo in. Learn more here.
Feeling like injecting some dry humor into your holiday card? These cartoon cards, which have become viral hits on Facebook, are perfect for those who appreciate a little dark comedy during this happy holiday. Pick one or make your own. Learn more here.
Much like JibJab, this site lets you upload photos from Facebook, your computer or webcam of family and friends and puts them in a song and dance. If you only have a lunch break to spare, this is a great way to show close ones you’re thinking of them. Learn more here.
Originally from Montreal, Zoë Mintz joined IBTimes in March 2013. A graduate from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, her writing has...