Cardstore.com Announces Its 2010 Fathers Day Card Collection

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With Father's Day less than two weeks away, Cardstore.com reveals it's 2010 Fathers Day Card Collection, filled with fun photo cards and gorgeous greetings that can be personalized with a unique message and mailed directly to Dad for free.

Father's Day Cards from Cardstore.com

Photo cards and thank you cards retailer Cardstore.com today introduced its new line of Fathers Day Cards for 2010, offering a fresh take on traditional Father’s Day themes. The collection includes a variety of modern and masculine photo cards, as well as greeting cards with bold illustrations of golf, barbequing, and sailing.

Cardstore.com VP of Marketing Robin Stevens describes photo cards as “among this year’s most popular Father's Day designs, as snapshots of the kids create that extra-special touch.” Customers can show how much they appreciate Dad by adding a photo to the front of the Father’s Day card, or up to four photos inside, then writing a special note in 18 different fonts and 10 fun colors.

A personalized greeting card is the perfect way to show your dad, grandfather, or husband some well-deserved gratitude. For those unable to be with their loved ones on this special day, Cardstore.com can print and mail the Father’s Day card to Dad or Grandpa for just the cost of a stamp.

Save 15% on all Cardstore.com Father's Day photo cards and Father's Day greeting cards when you enter code LOVEDAD at check out.

About Cardstore.com
Cardstore.com is an Emeryville, California-based Father’s Day cards, greeting cards and stationery retailer that combines online customization with designs from over 50 independent artists. Since 1999, the company has printed over 15 million personalized cards, and uses only FSC-certified cardstock. Cardstore provides custom greeting cards and personalized stationery for all occasions including birth announcements, party invitations, holiday photo cards, thank you cards, personal cards, and wedding invitations.

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