Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web 362 362 people found this article helpful The 8 Best Sites for Free eCards Free digital cards for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and more by Stacy Fisher Stacy is a freelancer with over 18 years experience writing about technology and personal finance. She has published hundreds of articles and co-authored a book. our editorial process Stacy Fisher Updated on August 07, 2020 reviewed by Michelle Adeola Adelufosi Lifewire Tech Review Board Member Michelle Adeola Adelufosi is a marketing consultant with 9 years' experience working for a variety of clients. Her expertise includes social media, web development, and graphic design. our review board Article reviewed on Feb 14, 2020 Michelle Adeola Adelufosi Around the Web Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Family Tech Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More Tweet Share Email Sending free ecards is a great way to let friends and family know you're thinking about them, whether they live next door or across the country. Below are some excellent websites with good selections of high-quality, completely free ecards. 01 of 08 Greetings Island What We Like Edit the inside and the back. Freely move images around. Recipients can easily send a thank you card back. No user account required. What We Don't Like Must send the card immediately (no scheduling options). There are ads on the ecard delivery page. Greetings Island has a great collection of ecards in just about every category imaginable, ranging from holidays and occasions to everyday messages. Many of the free ecards here can become photo cards and all can be customized with personal messages, stickers, and the layout of your choice. Start your ecard from scratch by uploading your own design. When you're finished designing your custom ecard, print it, send it over email, share it on Facebook or WhatsApp, or download the ecard as a PDF. If you send the card online, you'll also get a custom URL to share anywhere, or fill out the email form to send the ecard directly from Greetings Island. Visit Greetings Island 02 of 08 Open Me What We Like Several categories of free ecards. Edit all areas of the inside. Add photos. What We Don't Like Can't send ecards without first making a user account. There's only one place for text (while there are two for photos). Open Me has some great-looking free ecards with adorable illustrations and bright colors. Browse the ecards by occasion, holiday, or categories, such as Animals, Food, Funny Nature, and Photo Cards. These free ecards are deliverable via Facebook or email. Schedule the ecard to be sent at a later date if you don't want it to arrive at once. Open Me supports long-term scheduling, even years in advance. Open Me also has free group ecards that allow you to pass around a card virtually with family, friends, or coworkers so everyone can add a message before it goes to the recipient. You'll get an email when your ecard has been delivered and when the recipient opens it. Visit Open Me 03 of 08 Ojolie What We Like High-quality, clean ecards. Deliver at a later date or immediately. Send to multiple people at once. What We Don't Like You need a user account. Might take a while to arrive. Limited cards available. Ojolie's free ecard offerings include video ecards you won't find anywhere else. However, while they are unique, there isn't a huge selection. Select a video ecard to get a full-screen view of the card and play the animation, and then select SEND THIS CARD to customize the greeting voice and message. Send Ojolie's free animated ecards to one person or a group of people at once or schedule a future delivery date. Track the ecard to see when each recipient receives it. Visit Ojolie 04 of 08 Someecards What We Like Entertaining messages. Tons of free ecard categories. Share manually via the link or over social media/email. Easily find random cards. What We Don't Like Zero editing options. No built-in sending functionality (i.e., must use your own email client). Someecards offers a unique selection of free ecards that feature sassy, meme-style pencil-drawn characters who seem bent on sharing exactly what's on their minds. There's a huge group of premade ecards to browse by popularity and other filters, and you can select RANDOM CARD below each ecard to bring up a, well, random card. Unfortunately, you can't edit any of the ecards or make your own. Visit Someecards 05 of 08 Wrongcards What We Like Include your own message. Know when the recipient opens the card. Schedule the ecard delivery. No login required. What We Don't Like Can't send to more than one recipient at a time. Unable to edit the preexisting text. Recipient can't respond to your ecard. Wrongcards has a great collection of free ecards with messages full of wit and sarcasm to send to friends to help them celebrate or just to let them know you're thinking about them. With categories such as Thank God It's Friday and Celebrity, these free ecards are so wrong they may be just right. Other categories include Romance, Celebration, Holiday, Topical, and Concern. Send an ecard to only one email address at a time either right away or at a later day. Include a message with the ecard; you'll be notified when the recipient opens it. Visit Wrongcards 06 of 08 WWF What We Like Unique photos. Include multiple recipients at once. Send now or later. What We Don't Like Might not arrive immediately. Can't edit text that might already be on the picture. WWF (World Wildlife Fund) has some adorable free ecards that feature animals in their natural habitats. You'll find free birthday, friendship, love, thank you, invitation/announcement, and occasion ecards here. These are really unique ecards that both adults and kids will love. The free ecards at WWF can be sent whenever you want. Send to multiple recipients simultaneously. Visit WWF 07 of 08 123 Greetings What We Like Huge collection of ecards. Simple editor is easy to use. Send now or schedule for later. Import your email contacts. Know when they view it. What We Don't Like Limited customizations. Lots of excess information in the recipient's email. Recipients must watch an ad before viewing the ecard. Our Review of 123 Greetings 123 Greetings is a great site for free ecards if you're looking for a very specific card that a smaller website doesn't have. While there's a huge selection here, you'll have to sift through some poorly designed ecards to find the gems. Among traditional categories such as Congrats, Family, Wedding, and Flowers, you'll find interesting ones such as At Work, Keep in Touch, and World Languages. If you're not sure where to start, check out the site's most popular ecards. Each category has subcategories that let you browse the most popular ecards in each section as well as new designs, animated ecards, video ecards, and postcards. You can add additional text that will show up below the card when the recipient opens it. The text editor includes options to change the font type, size, color, and more. Send these ecards right away or up to two months in advance; they can be delivered to multiple recipients at once. There's also an option to generate ecard PDFs. Visit 123 Greetings 08 of 08 CrossCards What We Like Clean messages only. No user account required. Schedule ecards to be sent later. What We Don't Like Several ads on the ecard landing page. Limited customizations. This free ecard site offers faith-based messages perfect for Christian holidays, as well as ecards for encouragement and occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries. Add your name and email and the information for one or more recipients, and then include a message that will appear below the ecard when it's opened. Adjust the email's subject text, as well. These free ecards from CrossCards can be sent at once or sometime in the future; just pick the day it should arrive and forget about it. You'll get an email when the site sends the ecard and another when the card is opened. Visit CrossCards You'll automatically be added to an email list from CrossCards unless you uncheck that option before every ecard is sent.