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Photo Ideas For Military Greeting Cards That Will Make Your Troops Feel At Home
When you’re far from home in an unfamiliar environment, there’s nothing like a loving card in the mail to brighten up your day and make you feel closer to family and friends. Military greeting cards can bring joy and comfort to troops deployed overseas or at boot camp, and they can also show appreciation for their service.
Online greeting card shops have a variety of military greeting cards like Boot Camp, Miss You, Birthday and more. Some online shops even give you the option to upload your own images and write a personal message. This is a great opportunity to get creative and inventive and add an extra-special touch to your greeting cards. After you’ve chosen the perfect greeting, the card shop will send it anywhere in the world via post, so you won’t need to worry about how many stamps to include. Here are five photos ideas you can upload to your greeting card that are sure to bring a smile and joy to your troop:
Monthly baby photo. If the troop has a child or young relative, this is the perfect chance to include monthly baby photos inside your greeting card. All you need is a small chalkboard or sign with the baby’s age written on it placed beside the baby. Each month, you can choose a new card online, upload your new photo and conveniently send it wherever the troop may be stationed.
Pregnancy photo. Along the same lines as the baby photo, you can send monthly pregnancy update photos. It’s a great way for the deployed troop to feel like they are experiencing it with you.
Favorite moments photo. Each week or month, find an old photo of a cherished moment with the troop. Upload the photo to your greeting card and include a message about why it was one of the best times with him or her.
Throwback photo. Similar to Throwback Thursday, a fun and popular trending topic these days, send a card with a funny old photo to your troop each week (Bad 1980s hair, anyone?). Include a message about how it makes you laugh or brings back fond memories.
Countdown photo. Make a paper chain or a sign with a countdown of the days until the troop comes home, and take periodic photos of it to show progress. Include a message inside the greeting card about how you can’t wait until you’re reunited.
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