Fathers Day ecards

Today there are three sites I wanted to mention for sending out your Fathers Day ecards for this Sunday – Millan.Net, Punchbowl, and BlueMountain – all with free ecard options.  Wanted to mention that free can mean in some cases “free trial”.

If you haven’t already gotten your card into the mail and/or you want to do something extra – there is time to decide on a free ecard and you can go ahead and schedule it now.


This from Twitter for Millan.Net with Super-hero’s.

Fathers Day ecards
You can click on this image and be taken to Punchbowl Father’s Day free ecards


Over at Punchbowl

“Send free eCards with the look and feel of paper greeting cards!  Digital Greeting Cards have everything you love about traditional paper cards with the convenience that you expect from an eCard in the digital world.  .. Father’s Day is on Sunday! Personalize a free digital greeting card to celebrate.

Blue Mountain

You can click on this image and be taken to Blue Mountain Father’s Day free ecards

And at BlueMountain they have four free Fathers Day ecards I came across on their site which includes one from the dog!  If the site sounds familiar it is because last September they were featured her for “Happy” (Pharrell Williams) ecard at BlueMountain.com.    Disclaimer I am a paying customer of BlueMountain and do not receive any kind of compensation from them nor from any of the sites mentioned here.

Thank you for joining me today.  Go ahead and schedule your ecard now so the time does not sneak up on you and it is Sunday already!

Anchors Aweigh,  


Fathers Day ecards – Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today

Image above Millan.Net   @millan_net 7:36 PM – 17 Jun 2015 Tweet “Made a new Father’s Day Card. http://bit.ly/MNSuperhero  #FathersDay #ecards”

Image above Punchbowl banner for sending free digital greeting cards for Father’s Day!

Image above BlueMountain Free Father’s Day ecard

AnchoredScraps.com blog post “Happy” (Pharrell Williams) ecard at BlueMountain.com on 9-02-2015 written by Helen Rittersporn



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