Marcel Proust once said, "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." It's a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the history, while remembering how important this discovery was and continues to be to so many.
If you need some motivation to discover your potential, then today is the best day to do so. Self discovery is by far the most important element for you to be successful in your own way. Take the public holiday and try to do this. Remind others to do the same things too with this ecard.
Take a moment to unwind and spend some time with your loved ones on this public holiday. Cherish them and explore what you can do to strengthen the bond with them even more. Send this ecard to them too.
Christopher Columbus' ship, marked by crosses on each sail, stands before the American flag, the symbol of the country he discovered. Send this patriotic card to help look back on this monumental moment back in 1492, and to recognize what it still means to all of us today. Whether it's a family member or friend, they'll appreciate receiving this greeting from you, giving them a chance to reflect and be grateful.
A model ship is poised in front of a globe, turned toward the Americas. It's a wonderful way to honor the New World that was discovered by Christopher Columbus so many years ago. Send this card as a way to help family and friends look back on this important part of history, while celebrating all that it means, and continues to mean, to all of us.
This Columbus Day greeting card is a fun and simple way to celebrate this national holiday this year. Send it today to your friends! Use this special occasion to learn more about the small beginnings of our country and share your knowledge with this nostalgic card!
The American spirit embodies adventure and exploration, traits shared by the man who discovered North America more than 500 years ago. This year, celebrate by sending this Columbus Day card to your friends and family! Make this a day to learn more about Columbus' journey and his effect on our world today.
A notebook is a symbol, recording the great discovery that Christopher Columbus made back in 1492. And behind it is a map and compass to guide the way. This year, wish family and friends a Happy Columbus Day with this elegant card to remind them of this monumental event, leading to a whole new world today, while honoring the history behind it.
In 1492, Christopher Columbus' made the daring voyage across the sea to a new world. This Columbus Day card is a great way to celebrate the start of our country's history and the adventures that await us all. Send this card today!
A cartoon version of Christopher Columbus himself, looking glass in hand, stands aboard his ship, the blue sea behind him, bound for the great discovery of the Americas that is about to come. What a great way to wish someone a Happy Columbus Day. You can give them a chance to celebrate this great moment from history, while thinking and reflecting on how much it still means to all of us today.
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue to discover a whole new world: America. Celebrate his discovery with this card in honor of the Columbus Day holiday. Featuring a statue of Columbus, along with ships sailing the ocean and an American flag in the background, it’s a way to pay tribute to this early explorer while celebrating the American spirit.
With a watercolor depiction of the American flag, this Columbus Day card is a symbolic way to celebrate while remembering what that discovery by the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus means for all of us: with his voyage came the creation of a New World: America. And all of our freedoms are founded upon that pioneering spirit. Share with family and friends this year in tribute of this special holiday.
A compass marks the direction to follow. A magnifying glass is there to help see the New World more clearly in the distance. And an American flag symbolizes the country of discovery. Send this card to wish someone in your life a Happy Columbus Day. It's a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the history, while remembering how important this discovery was—and continues to be—to so many.