Featuring artist Junzo Terada's colorful patterns, this set of ten punch-out cards includes five different animal habitats—arctic tundra, desert, farm, rainforest, and woodlands. With two cards per habitat, users can create two miniature landscapes or one larger display. Complete with mail-ready envelopes, these charming scenes are easy to assemble (no scissors or glue needed) and can be enjoyed as 3-D greeting cards, party favors, and year-round decor.
This study demonstrates the aesthetics, emotivity, and graphology of language use in greeting cards by comparing greeting cards produced in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. The data for the study are randomly selected to cover a wide range of occasions and situations, such as Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, Marriages, Examinations, Graduation, Illness, and Bereavement. Describing the context and content of the selected greeting cards, their orthographic and rhetoric features, sentence types, diction and, interpreting all these indices with regard to their environment of production, the author has been able to show that the language of greeting cards is another variety of English Language.