Whether you have someone you love that is near or far, send a little heartfelt eCard to warm their hearts this Valentine’s Day. We’ve crafted 5 brand new eCards that are as sweet as chocolate and can make your lips curl into a smile. Check them out!
Celebrating Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart is a beautiful and magical way to show how much they make your heart go pitter-patter. But those romantic and passionate plans don’t have to cost a fortune to be meaningful. Whether you’re looking to snuggle up with your true love for a cozy, candlelit evening or hoping to paint the town red on a wild, enchanting romp, we here at Doozy Cards have found you 5 ways to have a romantic and affordable Valentines with your special someone this year.
Spa Night at Home
When your sweetie comes home, draw a hot bubble bath for the two of you and set the mood with the warm glow of candles, soothing music and a bottle of wine and chocolates by the tub. Continue the entrancing evening with warm towels and scented oils by the bed for a special couples massage. Continue reading
Well, hello there Cupid, I recognize that familiar twinkle of love in your eyes. Love-struck, infatuated, head-over-heels, enamored: whatever you call those butterflies in your stomach, there’s no mistaking the feeling of finding someone special. And while you might feel compelled to shout your feelings from the mountaintops or take to skywriting, you could also treat the object of your affection to one of the best Valentine’s eCards from Doozy (and maybe your own interpretation of the Cupid Tap Dance!).
The anxious anticipation for Punxsutawney Phil and his shadow to make an appearance on Groundhog Day may seem like a recent phenomenon, but the tradition of predicting the arrival of spring are far older than that charming groundhog.
If you’re groggy on the details, here’s a refresher: If Phil, upon emerging from his burrow on February 2nd, is frightened by his shadow, we are expected to see six more weeks of winter. But if he doesn’t see his shadow because of a cloudy sky, we are in luck with an early spring. So, while you treat your friends and family to warm wishes of an early spring with the best Groundhog Day eCards like the Groundhog Day Tap Dance, we thought we’d share with you some historical fun facts about the holiday.
While the first official celebration of Groundhog Day as we know it took place on February 2, 1887 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, German immigrants brought the basis of the tradition to the area around the 18th century. Known as Candlemas, a Christian feast commemorating the presentation of Jesus at the holy temple in Jerusalem, had been celebrated throughout Europe for centuries.