We have over 100 designers within our programme who promote their designs via the WeAllSendCards portal. Our designers range from artists to photographers and it is this range of skills that provide a fantastic range of unique card designs We do not charge our designers to list cards on our site, and provide a portal … Continue reading Our Designers
A number of our artists and designers support charities that are close to their hearts by donating a percentage of their profits to a wide range of causes (local and national, small and large). This blog will feature one of the charities supported by our designers, and we will feature more charities over the coming … Continue reading WeAllSendCards Artists Supporting Charities
Thanksgiving in the United States is 4th Thursday of November each year, whilst the Canadian Thanksgiving is 2nd Monday of October annually. The origins of the Canadian Thanksgiving are more closely connected to the traditions of Europe than of the United States. Long before Europeans settled in North America, festivals of thanks and celebrations of … Continue reading Thanksgiving Cards from WeAllSendCards
The definition of abstract art uses visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world Several of our artists produce some amazing Abstract art to produce unique greetings cards that can be used for many occasions or just … Continue reading Abstract Art on WeAllSendCards
Did you know several of our artists and designers support local charities close to their hearts with every card sold through Weallsendcards. In this blog post, we will feature three of our artists Maureen Croft, who sells cards using the name EmilyJane donates to Little Harbour - Children's Hospice SW. https://weallsendcards.com/cards/byartist/EmilyJane Barbara May, who sells … Continue reading Did you know you can support Charities on weallsendcards
You can now share categories for a specific designer and earn referral thank you payments.
Rather than spending money advertising our cards on media and social media channels (and lining the already bulging pockets of big corporations), we’re redirecting that money to members of our community