Tell Mom How Special She is With a Custom Mother's Day Cards
Mom was a our childhood lifeline. She took care of us, dried our tears,
wiped our runny noses, and gave us hugs when we needed them.
Does a Mother's Day card with a generalized message about motherhood not
feel like enough to let your mom know how you truly feel about her? Would you
like to write a message for your mom that's just a little more personal? Do you
want to tell her what makes her truly special? Oubly lets you craft a Mother's Day
card that is just as unique as her.
Remember That Time
When you design your own Mother's Day cards, you don't have to stick to the
impersonal messages you're told mom over and over again in the past. Oubly's design
module lets you write a message that comes straight from the heart.
Maybe you want to remind your mom of that great trip the two of you took together,
or of the story she read to you as a child. Maybe you want to tell your mom why you're
glad she's your mom. Whatever your loving message might say, designing your own Mother's
Day card is a great time to pull out those old family photos.
Our design module also allows you to upload your cherished photos of you and your mom to
create the front of your card design. Then, you can watch her pull out a custom card that
brings tears to her eyes.
Don't Forget the Other Moms
She may be the most important woman in our lives, but, for many of us, our mom isn't the
only important woman. Over the years, many women have helped shape us into the people we've become.
So, when you're creating a custom Mother's Day card for your mom, don't forget to create
custom designs for those other special women, like grandmothers, aunts, and sisters.
Custom Mother's Day cards are a great way to acknowledge all of the women in our lives
who may not be moms, but have earned the honorary title of "Mon".
Mother's Day cards sold in stores are generally mass-produced - with limited designs
made each year - but no two moms are alike. What better way to show your mom how special
she is than by skipping the standard cards and giving her a card that you designed specifically for her?