If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is an emoji worth? We’ll find out together when you send one of CardFool’s personalizable greeting cards packed with all the emojis you can handle. We put a high priority on your creativity, which is why we’re the first major card company to allow custom emojis to be printed on the cover or inside of each and every one of our cards.

So keep it 💯 when you send your next Birthday, Anniversary, or Miss You card. We won’t 🙄 if you get a little 😜. We’re sure your 🎉 will get lots of 👏. All you have to do is click the “Add an Emoji” button when you personalize your next card, and you’ll be given access to a full library of emojis to use on the cover or inside of whichever CardFool card you chose. And don’t stop there. Once you add emojis, be sure to upload your photo, customize the cover, and add a personal message on the inside. You’ll even have the opportunity to preview your creation before confirming your order, which ships out the same day 📨 !

Send Real Greeting Cards with Personalized Emojis

Think you’re too cool for emojis? You’re wrong. Over 90% of the world’s online population uses emojis. They’ve evolved from the domain of tweens and gamers into a highly specialized form of punctuation in which almost everyone is fluent. According to researchers at the University of Hong Kong, the use of emojis help people form relationships and better understand one another. Another recent study found French people are the top emoji users, which automatically makes emojis both sophisticated and romantic. Of course, the French favor images centered around hearts. Ah, l’amour.

You can even use emojis in your business correspondences. Heck, a few years ago Chevy published an entire press release in emojis. However, If you’re sending a card to business contacts, you may want to check out this handy usage guide put together by The Wall Street Journal for what is, and is not, appropriate in business communications.

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