Pick A Card, Any Card… Or Not.

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  1. margueritequantaine says:

    I’ve been making cards for 43+ years now. Let me assure you, no one appreciates a store bought card like they do a handmade one. Just a thought.

    1. I agree! I am just talking about the principle that mainstream stores should account for all families.

  2. This gives me such a great idea for my Etsy. My shop caters to our families and I am excited, now I can start making some greeting cards for this! I definitely understand why you are frustrated, I hope by the time my daughter is old enough to get her own cards, she will be able to find one for her two mommies. Until then, I will make designs!

    1. I’m glad to hear. It sounds lovely.
      As mentioned above, I’m ranting about the principle of it all and to be honest, I’d rather buy from a lone store/personal business that massive chain. But for those that have no choice, it saddens me.

  3. It blows my mind that more companies haven’t been more inclusive of the LGBT world in their marketing. As far as I can see, it’s just lost revenue. Hopefully where Hallmark has failed others will step in and beat them to the punch. Hallmark is rather expensive anyway.

    I’m definitely with Rachael and Marguerite, though – a handmade card, even one purchased on Etsy, is definitely more meaningful anyway. Typically a better bargain as well.

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