The holidays are almost upon us, and even if you do not really celebrate Christmas, it is a good time as any to express your gratitude for the people who matter in your life. You don’t have to get everyone gadgets as Christmas gifts. Sending out greeting cards is a fun way to show people – personal or professional – in your life that you appreciate them.
Of course, when it comes to greeting cards, we can’t settle for those you can easily pick out from the shelves at your local bookstores. Granted, there are some really nice greeting cards you can find today, but there is always something better and more unique if you only look hard enough.
If you are looking for greeting cards for your coder friends, nothing but these Code Cards will do.
Truth be told, I only have the vaguest idea about the code aspect of this code card, which is called Egg Nog Arrays. One does not have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that this code shows you the path to bliss…well, maybe not quite, but it does tell you how to make an awesome eggnog. According to the manufacturer, each set has:
- Printed on heavy, pearl white, acid-free Crane’s Lettra cotton stock
- 5½” w. × 4¼” h.
- Matching envelopes included
- Cards are blank inside
A set of 4 cards will set you back $14.
If you’d rather send code cards that usher in another year, then this set is the one for you.
This set has the same specs as the Egg Nog code cards, except for what is printed on the cards themselves:
This letterpress printed card has CSS code on the front which renders the “Happy New Year!” greeting on the inside of the card in large, uppercase, Futura text. Seasonally appropriate typography!
One set of New Year code cards also cost $14.
Why not get your code cards as early as now? As you know, shipping becomes really difficult when the holiday season starts. Take your pick at Code Cards.