The Best 4th of July E-Card Sites

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Amid the fireworks, cookouts and patriotic pride, there's also a good excuse to extend greetings to friends and family both near and far. These are the best sites on the web to send a little Independence Day e-cheer.

Two doves and Chudleigh the chocolate Labrador raise the flag for the U.S. Independence Day in Jacquie Lawson's classy card. 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 »

Beautifully nostalgic and appropriately celebratory, the vintage cards you can send from TIAS.com have that special Americana feel. More »

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 »

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 »

The great greeting cards you can send from the ubiquitous cardmaker's website will send the recipient some classic celebratory cheer.  More »

From the original e-cards.com domain comes 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 »

Why not whip up a bit of romanticism for Father's Day? Or, better yet, have Dgreetings.com do that and add an appropriate image to boot for some ​really sweet Father's Day greetings. More »

From flags to cockroaches and hot dogs: Independence Day e-cards at MyFunCards are wonderfully diverse, yet friendly, too.
(MyFunCards and Lifewire are both owned by IAC.) More »

Want an eagle to send your "Happy birthday, America" greetings -- or BBQ and firework safety alerts? Regards.com is your go-to site. More »

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

Celebrate Independence Day with all the splendor and stateliness of vintage postcards at CardCow.com. More »

Patriotic and graced by flags or fireworks, the nicely animated Independence Day cards you can send from Care2 also support environmental organizations. More »

From "The Spirit of Freedom" to animated bears setting off celebratory fireworks, BirthdayAlarm.com has got all tastes of the genre covered.  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 »

If you like your Independence Day with a little bit of tongue-in-cheek humor, at Doozycards.com you'll find cards to fit the bill. More »

While a bit on the tacky side, Independence Day greetings from 123Greetings.com let you send your pride and felicitations with a bit of campy humor. More »

Stars and stripes everywhere: send graphically simple American pride with these Independence Day greetings from atmgreetings.com. More »