What Makes Printable Anniversary Cards so Unique? This style of card really isn’t such a novel idea. It’s really a return to days past. If you think back to your childhood, you may begin to realize that you actually invented the very first generation of printable anniversary cards. You did it when you pulled out that piece of yellow construction paper and drew some flowers on it and then wrote a little verse: Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet, and so are you guys. Then you gave it to your mom and dad for their anniversary – and they hung it right up there on the refrigerator – not on the side of the refrigerator – right there on the front door – in a place of honor – right there between her root canal appointment date and that picture of Aunt Ethel holding a shotgun and a dead squirrel.
Well to put it simple when we assess a wedding anniversary invitation we think (on a conscious or subconscious level) of our emotions in the relationship and it just so happens that each emotion can be linked to a particular color.
Wedding Anniversary Greetings – How Can That Small Piece of Cardboard be so Intimidating? Not again! Once again you are faced with that blank intimidating white space on the wedding anniversary greeting card. I’m sure you know exactly the spot I mean. That spot right underneath the preprinted poem or verse. That spot where everyone expects you to write something. That spot that is only less than two-inches tall but seems as large as a small throw rug when the time comes to fill it with your own thoughts. I call that spot the Bermuda Rectangle.
As an example when you think of warmth and you try to think of a color that could represent such a emotion 8 out of 10 people will automatically choose the color red, 1 out of 10 will choose yellow or orange and the other 1 out of 10 will choose white as it reminds them of the soft cotton that seams so warm.
Let your latent talent woo her! If you have a talent for painting, carpentry, or if you are a wizard with high-tech gadgetry, why not create something unique and exclusive just for her? You could paint her portrait (or, alternatively, get both of you painted in oil on canvas) or make her a table, a bookcase, a shelf, just anything that she’ll like and enjoy.