In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue! Here's to voyage and discovery, to setting off on grand adventures and finding new land you never knew existed! This Columbus Day greeting card is a fun and simple way to celebrate this national U.S. holiday. Send it today (especially to any of your Italian-American friends!). The world has come a long way since Columbus discovered there was a Pacific Ocean, and though we might think the world has been carefully mapped out-there is still so much to explore!
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!
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.
In 1492, the brave men of Christopher Columbus' crew made the daring voyage across the sea to a new world. As we celebrate his discovery, mark this holiday by sending this Columbus Day card to your loved ones! Use this special occasion to learn more about the small beginnings of our country and share your knowledge with this cheery card!
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "Every ship that comes to America got its chart from Columbus." This year, celebrate Columbus Day by sending this fancy card to your 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.
The American spirit embodies adventure and exploration, traits shared by the man who discovered North America more than 500 years ago. As we remember this discovery, send this Columbus Day card to celebrate the curious spirit that has allowed Americans to expand our country through the years. Celebrate bravery, adventure, and discovery by remembering the explorations that led to the country we have today!
As many know, Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue way back in 1492. It was that voyage that brought the explorer to North America and allowed for the eventual colonization and rise of the United States. This year, celebrate by sending this Columbus Day card to your friends, coworkers, and family! Make this a day to learn more about Columbus' journey and his effect on our world today.
Did you know it took Columbus three journeys to America to finally realize he wasn't in China? Send this classic Columbus Day greeting card to celebrate this national holiday. Whether it's a family member or friend, they'll appreciate receiving this greeting from you and giving them a chance to reflect and be grateful for today!
With our planes, trains, and vehicles, it's hard to imagine an ocean journey to an unknown location. Thankfully for us, Christopher Columbus didn't let fear of the unknown stop him from his legendary voyage. 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!
This Columbus Day, remember Christopher Columbus for his discovery, by sending this amazing card to your friends and family! This national holiday celebrates the discovery of the Americas and the long voyage Columbus took with the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
Explorers all shared the same spirit of discovery. And one in particular, Christopher Columbus, sailed the ocean to come across a new land now known as America. This card is a perfect way to wish your family and friends a Happy Columbus Day! Remind them how historical it is this Columbus Day.
Featuring all the tools for discovery: a telescope, a compass, and a map as the background, this card is a great way to celebrate the National Columbus Day this year! Send this card to your family and friends to remind them of the history.
Decorated with the illustration of Columbus and a solid colored background, this card is a great way to wish someone a Happy Columbus Day! You can give them a chance to celebrate this great moment of history while thinking and reflecting on how much it still means to them today.