While the advent of electronic cards is on the rise, some prefer sticking to tradition by communicating a salutation with good old-fashioned card stock and ink. If you are the type that prefers the best of both worlds, or you know someone who does, consider a fusion of the two, and include a recorded spoken or musical message with your card.
Things You'll Need
- Voice Recording Module
- Greeting Card
Based in New York City, Olivea Shure has been writing since 2007, with experience writing for wellness and public-relations companies. She has worked as an editor and researcher, serving as the New York Zone bureau chief for the "World Tribune," a newspaper with Soka Gakkai International. Shure holds a Bachelor of Arts in liberal arts and humanities from Soka University of America.