Personalised Good luck cards from Scribbler are the perfect way of sending best wishes to a friends or relative who has an important challenge ahead of them (or a bad luck card could be sent to your nemesis if you happen to have one). Whether the individual in question is about to take a very scary exam for which they have not done a minute of serious revision, or preparing for the job interview of a lifetime when they know that they freeze up and say inappropriate things under duress, they are bound to be nervous and excited. Depending on the desired effect of the good luck card there are a number of different options at your disposal. If you want to shake them up a bit and give them sweaty palms a serious message emphasising the gravity of their situation might work, but if you’re a nicer sort of person than that you should send something light-hearted to distract them and make them smile – after all there’s nothing worse than approaching an important task or challenge when you are a bundle of nerves, it only makes you more likely to fail.
Funny good luck cards are a great way to take the edge off a stressful situation. By sending humorous good luck cards you can make the recipient not take things too seriously so they can tackle the task at hand with a more relaxed demeanour and a smile on their face. If you make the good luck card funny enough they might even let out a little chuckle when most people would be stressed out, and give them a psychological advantage over any competitors – there’s nothing more unnerving than being up against someone in a job interview or an exam when they seem supremely confident and stress-free (when they are actually mentally revisiting the funny and rude good luck they received earlier in the day).
Rude good luck cards are probably the most appropriate type of humour for this occasion after all. We don’t mean offensive good luck cards (although we do stock a few of those just in case they might be appropriate / inappropriate) as these things might backfire and upset the person who is facing one of the most important days of their lives. No, when we mean we like our good luck cards rude, we mean the harmless type of rude humour that make a situation seem so ridiculous there’s nothing to do but laugh! When you’re choosing Good Luck greeting cards there quite a wide selection here on Scribbler.com, from pretty pictures of horseshoes to strange illustrations of a man beating people up with a golf club. The ones that we like the best though have to be personalised good luck cards. These allow you to add the recipient’s name to the design on the front of the card, often in a caption that places that person right at the centre of a joke or funny situation. If you choose a good luck photo card, it gets even more personal because your friend or loved one can immediately tell that you’ve taken the time to research which websites sell the best personalised cards online – that’s us of course! – and then found a photo to insert on a good luck card. If they’ve chosen an embarrassing picture of you it’s probably because they are acknowledging that you might fail and want to make a joke out of it before hand. If they choose a photo of you standing tall with a big toothy smile it’s because they know that you’ve already succeeded before you’ve even started.
Once you’ve done the important step of choosing the right design to send to the person in question, you still have the task of working out what to write in a good luck card. There are plenty of websites out there that offer funny good luck card messages for free, where you can find many witty good luck card quotes to put inside. If you are not feeling at all creative however, many of our cards feature great sayings and poems already, so all you have to do is pick the card and write your name inside.
One of the best things about buying good luck cards online is that Scribbler offers free first class delivery in the UK so you don’t even have to worry about finding a stamp for postage. We’ll send your good luck cards UK or abroad straight from the printing press. So hurry up and choose a good luck card before the big event has already finished!