A tiny house made of wood sits in the palm of someone's hand. It serves as a small but significant reminder to someone you care about that the safest place to be is inside with family. Even if that means connecting with loved ones and friends over video chat or by phone or text, as long as they are staying close and connected, they'll continue to thrive, while keeping themselves and the people around them safe and sound.
Why not take advantage of the safer at home initiative and reach out to all your friends with thoughtful cards? It can be tough learning not to go out as much these days. Encourage them to stay at home and get cozy. Maybe they can use this time to redecorate their spaces into the homes of their dreams. Send the Increase Your Cozy to cheer your friends on – hooray for home!
Stay at home? For some of us, you don't need to say it twice! We've been looking for a good reason to increase quality time with our families. Send the Quality Time Stay at Home Card to encourage a tightknit family you love to stay the course. They're doing great at this safer at home thing, they deserve a thoughtful note!
The safer at home protocol has been making one party in particular very happy. Who's that you ask? Why, the house pets, of course! Especially our dogs. Send the Happy Dog Stay at Home Card to put a smile on some pet owners' faces. Dogs love their humans and always want to spend more time with us. While it might be tough to stay home so much here's a silver lining – overjoyed pets!
We're all facing something together right now, a health crisis that so many of us have never experienced in our lives. And while it's normal to feel uncertain and scared, it's also important to remember the importance of staying at home to keep ourselves and each other safe. This card will help someone special to you receive that message. And while they sometimes may get lonely, as long as they continue to stay connected to family and friends, they can get through anything.
Safer at home? More like super entertained at home! Send the Movie Night Stay at Home card to wish happy viewings to all the families you know. Encourage them to indulge in a double feature. Pop some popcorn, dim the lights, and stream away – you've got nowhere to be! Family movie night from the comfort of your own couch, now that's luxury.
Rainbows have become a symbol of hope throughout the world during the current Covid-19 health crisis. And this card is a way to let someone you love know that you're thinking of them and wishing them love and colorful rainbows, even when they may be feeling scared or uncertain. Featuring a little girl holding up her rainbow drawing against the window, it will remind them that we're all in this together, and that even after the darkest days, brightness is waiting if we stay strong, stay safe and stay home.
If you have a friend with a to-read list that could wrap around the whole world – twice – then this is the card for them! Send the Time to Read Stay at Home card to lift their spirits. It will remind them that even though they need to stay in, that just means more time they can spend working on that giant stack of books they've been wanting to read!
We are all spending more time at home these days, and even though people are starting to venture out, it's important to remind family and friends that right now, home is full of comfort, support and love. And that's where it's safest to be. Not only for their own well-being, but for others around them as well. This card, with a cut-out family, heart and adorable red home, is a warm way to let the people you care about know that you're thinking of them and hoping they remain safe when they need to hear it most.
An adorable family sits under their own homemade roof. It's reminder to the people you love that as long as they have family and friends who care about them, and a roof over their own heads, they'll get through anything, even during these unprecedented times. As we're all doing our best to keep ourselves and others safe, this greeting will let them know that they're never alone, and that home is the safest place to be, staying connected and strong, taking one day at a time.