Wishes For You Mother's Day Card
Make your mom cry, but in a good way. To make up for all the times you made her cry in a not-good way.
- Blank inside
- A2 size (4.25" x 5.5")
- Printed in the USA on heavyweight matte stock
- Comes with a matching kraft envelope
Written by Kari Chapin and illustrated by Emily McDowell.
My mother loved it
Times are hard right now, not being able to be near my mom due to shelter-in-place. She was really touched by this card. It was very meaningful. sniff sniff
This card got there a day after Mother's Day, not because it got to me late, but because I was late in sending it out. And the phone call I got on Monday morning, wow. Clearly one of the nicest cards she's ever received. Definitely going to get the Father's Day version too. She doesn't gush often, but she was doing so.
I can’t believe I found this card. I’m 30 and my 62 year old mom is losing her battle to cancer. She is my everything and this card summed up exactly how I feel about her. I can’t read it without crying. My mom couldn’t read it without crying. Beautiful.
Such a beautifully written card, my mom loved it and got all teary reading it.
Best Mother's Day card ever!
I gave this card to my 81-year-old mom today and she called me simply raving about how much she loved it. It perfectly captured everything I feel for her, and made me tear up every time I read it before giving it to her. She said she's going to keep it right next to her chair so she can see it all the time. I tucked a few folded tissues into the envelope because I knew she would cry, so I thought I'd better have tissues handy for her as she was reading it. She said, "I opened up the envelope and said to your dad, 'I wonder why these tissues are in here?' but then I started reading the card and knew why you put them in. That was good thinking!" We had a laugh about me knowing her so well. :)
This is an absolutely lovely card and it made my mom cry. She's the best, but I'm not always good at expressing that in words and this card did so beautifully.