Ideas for sending a card mum will adore – Mother’s Day 2013

Touchnote Mother's Day card

In the UK and Ireland, Mother’s Day is on Sunday 10 March 2013. (For other countries, see here)

To help you tell mum how awesome she is, here’s some easy ideas for your card. Just choose your photo, select one of our greetings card themes and add your message to the front and inside. (Or you can leave the front as a plain photo)

Last order date for UK addresses: to arrive by Sat 9, orders need to be placed by Wednesday 6 March 2013 (cards take 1-3 working days)

1. Remind mum of when you were young

We all love our digital cameras, but there’s something unique about old photos. Pro tip: if you don’t have a scanner, try just taking a photo of an old photo!

Mother's Day card idea - send an old photo (vintage example shown)

2. Send a photo of you

I bet mum doesn’t get as many photos of you as she used to? And all mums love photos of their kids, whatever their age.

Mother's Day card - photo of son

Or you could show her your appreciation like this 🙂

Card idea - Thumbs up! Best mum ever!

You and mum together

Nothing shows that you’re wishing her a happy Mother’s Day like a photo of you both.

Mother's day card - mum and daughter together photo

Or even from all the siblings:

Daughters kissing mum - Mother's Day card idea

Dads – help the little one send a card

Touchnote may be easy enough for a 2 year to use, but not all 2 year olds have credit cards… So that means it’s down to you, dad, to thank that mother in the family. You’ve got tons of great photos you could use, or you could just take one now…

Baby photo - Mother's Day card

Or them both together:

Mum and son - Mother's Day card

Create your own card for Mother’s Day, via web, iPhone or Android.

 

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