Tips for Great Easter Greetings









Easter is right around the corner.  It’s time for coloring eggs, fluffy Easter bunnies, and lots of bright, colorful cheer to celebrate the holiday.  What better way to brighten someone’s Easter than by sending some heartfelt Easter eCards!

Hunting for that perfect eCard can be fun.  The challenge, however, comes with matching the ideal Easter greetings card and message with the right recipient when you’re not sure what to send.  To make it easier, ask yourself the following as you select your eCard:

  • Is your recipient more religious?
  • Do they enjoy having their holiday funny bone tickled?
  • If it’s for a child, would they enjoy a cute cartoon character on an Easter card?
  • Would they get a kick out of a Talking Easter eCard? Or, does a general all-purpose Easter card hit the spot and show them you care?

These are just a few of the questions to ask yourself as you sift through and narrow down the choices for each recipient.  Once you’ve decided what kind of eCard your Easter bunny honey will love, another important question remains: what to write?

Unlocking the perfect Easter eCard message is key to making a memorable holiday.  Here are a few fun Easter sayings and quotes that will make a great addition to any Easter eCard Blue Mountain has to offer.

Easter Sayings:


  • Hop over here for Easter
  • You put the hip in my hop
  • You are some bunny special
  • A basketful of blessings
  • My Easter basket is filled with thoughts of you

 Easter Quotes:

  • Easter tells us that life is to be interpreted not simply in terms of things but in term of ideals. _ Charles M. Crowe
  • Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life. _ S.D. Gordon
  • Let the resurrection joy life us from loneliness and weakness and despair to strength and beauty and happiness. _ Floyd W. Tomkins
  •  I lied on my Weight Watchers list. I put down that I had 3 eggs…but they were Cadbury chocolate eggs. _ Caroline Rhea       


Womens History Month


Women have shaped history since Eve first stated her opinion back in the Garden, but it’s only in recent generations that we’ve acknowledged the impact of the work extraordinary women have done.   Womens History Month which was initiated in 1981 came into its own in 1995 when President Bill Clinton decreed to take it from a week in March to a full month.  After all, there are a multitude of women to honor and even more taking a place in history as we speak.

This year’s theme is women’s empowerment and from crusaders like Susan B. Anthony seeking to bring women the right to vote and Rosa Parks, crusading for racial equality, the battles still rage.  As Susan B. Anthony stated, “Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less,” and women and many men as well, are still working to close the gender gaps.

The female pioneers in every walk of life have made an incredible difference and though there are too many to list, it’s worth noting that women have been visionaries in every arena from the arts, to politics, to religion, to education.  From a jazz singer like Ella Fitzgerald, to an entrepreneur like Mary Kay, to New York State Senator Hillary Clinton, we know that women have been learning to fly.   Amelia Earhart, one of the first female aviators said, “I want to do it because I want to do it.  Women must try to do things as men have tried.  When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others.”  Women strive to be empowered to be their best and to do what they believe is theirs to do by choice or by calling and to lead the way for generations that follow.

With Margaret Mead, renowned anthropologist, and Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady and visionary, who challenged us to do the thing we don’t believe we can do, to Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Conner and countless others, women are stepping forward to fully contribute to the development of our culture.   Women own the majority of new businesses today and are sought-after and honorable agents of change in all areas of life.  Women are creating new paths in the arts and literature, in science and politics, in religion, and in education and medicine.  Women’s History Month celebrates the causes of women, the rights of women, the empowerment of women, the contribution of women, and the beauty of women for all they bring to create a better world.  As Pearl S. Buck said, “Men and women should own the world as a mutual possession.”

It is with enormous gratitude that we celebrate all women wherever they choose to make a difference.



eCard of the week – Fine Irish Lassie

Our pick this week is Fine Irish Lassie – a talking St. Patrick’s Day eCard. We love the details in this card, and how the adorable pooch shows off her St. Patrick’s Day spirit. Talking eCards are a great way to send a personal message to friends and loved ones because you get to pick what the character says. For St. Patrick’s Day try something like “Kiss me I’m Irish,” “Hope the luck of the Irish is with you today,” or “Sending you a little Irish hello just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.”

Blue Mountain has a great variety of St. Patrick’s Day eCards to choose from – take a minute and check them all out today! And don’t forget that Easter is right around the corner too… For everything from upcoming holiday eCards to Birthday eCards and Everyday eCards, Blue Mountain is always there to help you stay connected!