24 Favorite 4th of July E-Card Sites 2017

All the web's best sites for sending Independence Day e-cards.

Not Independence from Email Day

You cannot send fireworks over email; that might not be so bad. You cannot send corn on the cob over email; that is definitely bad. You can send images of those and all your best Independence Day greetings with fabulous e-cards, however; that is unequivocally good.

Here are some of my favorite 4th of July e-card sites.

Jacquie Lawson 4th of July E-Cards
Jacquie Lawson 4th of July E-Cards. jacquielawson.com
Two doves and Chudleigh the chocolate Labrador raise the flag for the U.S. Independence Day in Jacquie Lawson's classy card. More »
Ojolie July 4th Independence Day Ecards
Ojolie July 4th Independence Day Ecards. Ojolie

Colorful origami cranes and a dove's white flight, propelled by inspiring music into a bright, peaceful and happy future: Independence Day at Ojolie. More »

CardCow.com Vintage 4th of July Postcards
CardCow.com Vintage 4th of July Postcards. CardCow.com
Celebrate Independence Day with all the splendor and stateliness of vintage postcards at CardCow.com More »
AmericanGreetings.com's many wonderful, high-quality greeting cards cover Independence Day's many angles beautifully. More »

Proudly and a bit ironically American, JibJab's video e-cards are fun to send (you can even add your own picture to some)—and fun to receive, of course. More »

Paying BlueMountain members can choose from many finely crafted Independence Day greeting cards. More »
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TIAS.com Virtual Vintage Fourth of July Cards

Beautifully nostalgic and appropriately celebratory, the vintage cards you can send from TIAS.com have that special Independence Day something.

Think sizzling. Picture fireworks. See beaches. Send all this and more with energy and verve at VerveCards. The cards are secure and self-contained, too, delivering all their goodness directly, right away. More »
The great greeting cards you can send from Hallmark.com breathe the air of freedom and are sure to wet the recipient's appetite for—anything good. More »
Meet Uncle Sam at the fair for Independence Day fireworks and a bald eagle at Mount Rushmore for the stars and stripes: it's july 4th with iconic and artful greetings at Katie's Cards. More »
From the original e-cards.com domain, a charmingly different take on U.S. Independence Day greetings. More »
Plastic and three-dimensional, GreetingSpring's animals and people deliver spectacular Independence Day greetings. More »

At Kisseo, you can find a small but fine selection of 4th of July greeting cards. More »

From flags to cockroaches and hot dogs: U.S. Independence Day cards at MyFunCards are wonderfully diverse, and they're friendly, too.
(MyFunCards and Lifewire are both owned by IAC.) More »

When and whether you want an eagle to wish the U.S. a happy birthday or send BBQ and firework safety alerts, Regards.com is your site. More »
Simple, but effective in their design, Plaxo Independence Day cards celebrate liberty. You can send them easily to your Plaxo contacts — or anybody for whom you have an email address. More »

These quirky 4th of July cards seem entirely normal considering that they come from a Rubber Chicken. More »

Patriotic and graced by flags or fireworks, the nicely animated Independence Day cards you can send from Care2 also support environmental organizations. More »
Celebrate, symbolically and metaphorically and graphically, a birthday of the United States. More »
With a Christian background and inspiring throughout, DaySpring's Independence Day e-cards shine. More »
Animated, spectacular, fun and safe: send Independence Day greetings from HiGreetings.com. More »

A day for strong colors and messages? Independence Day, of course, and at Doozycards.com, you can find appropriate cards. More »

A bit on the tacky side, Independence Day greetings from 123Greetings.com let you send your pride and felicitations with honesty and a sense of humor. More »
Stars and stripes everywhere: send graphically simple and disarming Independence Day greetings from atmgreetings.com. More »