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American Greetings debuts child-friendly Creatacard app

The new Creatacard app for iPad features a vast array of designs that include the most-loved features of paper cards that can be personalized.
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American Greetings is making it easier for individuals of all ages to send personalized greetings to their friends and loved ones.

The company recently announced the launch of its new Creatacard app for iPad, an extension of the original Creatacard line.

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“So many of us love the homemade and heartfelt greetings kids create with paper and coloring supplies. The Creatacard app takes that time-honored experience and inspires children to let their imaginations soar,” said Rob Matousek, executive director-direct to consumer business at American Greetings. “With virtual tools, such as pencils, paint, markers, photo frames, stamps and stickers, the Creatacard app offers a variety of options to unleash their creativity—but without the mess or frustration of broken crayons, dried up markers or mistakes that mean starting over.”

Featured in the new app are a vast array of designs that include the most-loved features of paper cards that can be personalized and send in an email, text, messaging app or social post.

“Creatacards are virtual greetings—not Ecards—meaning you interact with them just like you would a traditional paper card. With folded or flat designs, they actually open or flip over,” added Matousek. “With the new Creatacard app for iPad, we look forward to giving kids a fun, easy and creative way to make and send cards.”

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The Creatacard iPad kids app is free to download as are the cards created on the platform.