Birthday Kids Will Love the Fun of Cards that Count Up One By One!
Know a kid who just can’t wait for their birthday? Now you can help the celebration begin sooner and last longer with Can’t Wait Birthday Cards.
• Fun and unique designs for each age
• Number of cards per pack matches the birthday age (e.g., Age six = six cards)
• Every card has a matching envelope
• Send one card a day leading up to the birthday, or send them all at once!
Be an instant favorite with these most anticipated and memorable birthday greetings! Available for kids turning ages 4 through 12.
More Cards Means More Fun!
Can’t Wait Cards are the most fun way to celebrate your favorite kid’s birthday! These card sets ‘count up’ to the Big Day! Kids like to count, love to get mail and crave attention on their birthdays. So send a set of Can’t Wait Cards and help the celebration begin sooner and last longer for that special child in your life!
• Number of cards per set matches the birthday (e.g., Age six = six cards)
• Send a card every few days leading up to the big day
Be an instant favorite with these most anticipated and memorable birthday greetings! Order a set today!
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR GIFT
Here's a few suggestions on how to give Can't Wait Cards to that special kid in your life!
Billy, Age 10
"It made me feel so special to get these!"
Lucy, Age 8
"I especially liked card #3!"
Mom of seven-year-old
"My daughter loved, loved, loved these cards!"
The cards help you forge a bond with a kid in your life, and give the child something to remember forever.
Joyce, Happy Grandmother
Just wanted you to know what a success the cards were with my grandson. He will be ten tomorrow and he couldn't wait to check the mail every day for the next card. Congratulations!
Gave these to my daughter for her 8th birthday. SHE LOVED THEM! There's something about counting down to the big day. Ramps up the excitement and anticipation. Great idea!
Alexandra, Age 11
I love the idea of the "count-up cards". I was so excited to get them and I checked the mailbox every day to see if the card had come.