Showing posts with label cards. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cards. Show all posts

Halloween greeting cards

Halloween is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day. It dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed. Many Halloween traditions originated from the ancient Celtic harvest festival of Samhain. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating (or the related guising), attending Halloween costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing and divination games, playing pranks, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories and watching horror films. Here are some Halloween greeting cards you can share and send to whoever you want.
Happy Halloween - a haunted house greetin cardHappy Halloween vampire girl
Happy Halloween - an enchanted houseHappy Halloween- cute bat
Happy Halloween spiders greeting cardHappy Halloween greeting card
Halloween Temporary Tattoos for Kids
Halloween Temporary Tattoos for Kids
Happy Halloween - an enchanted houseHappy Halloween- spider web

Cards playing day- December 28

Winter is in full swing, and the days and nights are cold and rainy. No one wants to leave the house. This is just the time to sit down with your family or friends and play card games in the warm home.

What is your favorite card game? Texas hold'em, Poker, Bridge, Blackjack, War or Solitaire?

It doesn't matter which card you like best, as long as you find someone to play with.

History of card games

There are many types of card games and it is difficult to know who invented the first card game. It is believed that the first card game was invented in China at about the time the paper was invented, and has since spread throughout the world through India and Persia. The oldest cards recorded in history were found in China in the seventh century CE.

Card games feature different cultures and peoples. There are gambling games like poker and blackjack, which are played in homes and in casinos. There is the Wist game from which the "bridge" game, originating in Britain in the 17th century, developed and characterized the upper class. There is the Solitaire game of French origin and it is a single card game.

There is a quartet game that is suitable for children and can be educational.

There are dozens if not hundreds of card games, so in honor of the day of card games, wear something comfortable, where at the table and played in a fun card game!

December 28 is also the Anniversary of dishwasher patent

Playing Card Collection Day- October 17

Love to collect cards? This is your special day.

Playing Card Collection Day celebrates the collection of one of the oldest forms of games, an art of about 1200 years - playing cards. 


Game cards are a gallery of art, expression and inspiration. Through the playing cards the artist expresses his intentions, positions and beliefs to the players.

There are simple and standard cards, but there are special cards that match different periods and places and even rare and expensive cards. Card collectors enjoy holding such interesting collections and showing them, not only to impress, but also to teach about the time and place they were created.

Special playing cards are also a way to express our love for a particular work like a movie, book or TV series, or to promote ideas and agendas.


Star Trek playing cards (link)

How to celebrate the Day of Collecting Cards?


There are lots of ways to celebrate this day. You can show your collection to your friends on social networks, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Use the #CardCollectionDay to publish and to see other people's collections. If you do not have a collection of cards, it's the day to start collecting. The Day of Collecting Cards is also a day to enrich your collection with new cards. Here are seven ways to celebrate the Playing Card Collection Day by Seasons Playing Cards, which founded this day.

Collecting playing cards is an interesting and fascinating hobby. But usually, the collectors keep the cards at home and do not show them almost. Playing Card Collection Day is the opportunity to share this passion with the world and share the interesting collections with everyone.

James Bond cards (link)

Gold monarch playing cards (link)

Stay home stay safe cards

We are going through tough times today, times of the Corona pandemic, times of uncertainty and danger. We are required to take precautionary measures so as not to get sick or infect others with the disease, so that the epidemic is over and we can return to the routine we used to be.

Here are some greeting cards you can share to encourage people to stay home, for their own safety, for the safety of others, and to fight the epidemic and return to the routine we knew before.
We really do not know what will happen to us in the days to come and pray that we will be okay and that we will go through it peacefully, but what we do know needs to be done, that is to stay home alone, and to approach as few people as possible.
Health for all, take care of yourself.

Share if you care

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Get well greeting cards- funny and cute

Get well soon cards - flowers

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Get better soon- Water lilyGet well - Water Hyacinth
Get better soon greeting card- flowers

World doll day greeting cards

World Dolls Day was declared on June 14, 1986 by a lovely lady named Mildred Seeley, who was a collector of dolls, puppets and entrepreneurial business from books about dolls.

Mildred had a huge collection of French porcelain dolls sold a year after her death, in 2002. A collection of one of her dolls sold for $ 1.8 million as a doll price was $ 215,000.
This day is designed not only to celebrate the existence of the dolls, but also the caring, nurturing and love of people in general.

Dolls Day is traditionally celebrated by giving a doll to someone, anyone, adult or child, no matter what kind of doll.
Treatment with dolls is an essential part of the lives of young children. They see them as a miniature version of themselves and treat them with love and caring.
Dolls can also serve as play-acting and give children a way to express their emotions, even negative.
It is very important to maintain the custom of playing with dolls. The new generations may miss out on this great opportunity. Little girls nowadays are more concerned with other aspects of life, such as fashion and makeup, or games on smartphones. It is very important to continue to let children play with dolls and the Dolls Day of Mildred Seeley can be a reminder.​

Thank you greeting cards

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thank god cards 
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Thank you for everything card


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