An 80th birthday card is sure to brighten this milestone birthday. Particularly for those who prefer not to have birthday gifts, cards are perfect. With many styles and selections to choose from, the possibilities are endless when choosing the unique card that would best suit your special someone.
First, decide which type of Happy Birthday cards you would like to send. Secondly, determine if you want to pick a card already designed or write it yourself. 80th birthday verses written by a family member or close friend are very meaningful and special.
Whether you choose the traditional 80th birthday card or the increasingly popular e-cards, cards are excellent choices for simple, heartfelt messages. Express love and devotion with a sentimental card design sure to bring a tear to the eye. And, who couldn't use a laugh these days. Choose a humorous card for a chuckle and a smile.
Celebration of 80th Birthday Cards
It's time to change the way you display birthday cards. Let your imagination drive your projects. Take a peek at some of our favorites. We think you will like them too.
The vintage look is all the rage today. This suitcase has an antique look while providing the perfect drop off spot for birthday cards.
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As far as we're concerned there are no rules with this idea. Break out the paint and sparkle to your heart's content.
This is a great way to make a lot of impact without spending a lot of money. Lanterns come in a lot of shapes, sizes, colors and best of all you can use them later.
You've got mail. This special delivery can be decorated to match any 80th birthday theme. This idea has our stamp of approval.
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This cage is not just for the birds. A bird cage is a great way to incorporate a vintage look into your party.
A pail of good wishes. This galvanized bucket is a rustic look for the casual celebration. The whimsical sign lets your guests know to fill the bucket with 80th birthday cards.
Let your Honoree know how special they are and to whom. As guests arrive, have them add their birthday wishes to the family tree.
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A wall presentation of birthday cheer. Create a masterpiece of cards to be used as a party decoration and a unique birthday gift to the Honoree.
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Shutter to think of a birthday without cards. When the party invitations are sent, enclose a request that family and friends bring birthday cards to the party. Ask those who cannot attend to send their birthday cards prior to the party.
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Organize a card fest.
Get family and friends involved in sending as many cards as possible to honor this milestone birthday. Here's how. . .
Birthday greeting e-cards.
Send family members and close friends an e-mail asking them to send a birthday e-card to the Honoree on their birthday. Imagine the surprise of that special someone receiving numerous birthday messages all at once.
Traditional birthday cards.
Send special family members and close friends stamped birthday cards addressed to the guest-of-honor. Have them write a personal message inside and mail on a specified date. This will be a memory to be talked about for years to come.
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