December 16, 2009

10 Ways of sending your Christmas Greetings

Apart from sending e-cards, there are various ways you can send Christmas Greetings to family and friends.

These are 10 ways you can do it:

1. ANIMOTO - make your short christmas video (30s) for free by adding pictures and videos.

2. VOKI - send christmas messages using your voice and a cute avatar.

3. GLOGSTER - send a customized poster with messages, videos, songs, pictures and set a date when the person can open the message.

4. OUTSHOUTS - Record your voice or image as an introduction to a video you select from outshouts.

5. TOKBOX - send a video card to anyone by e-mail.

TokBox - Free Video Chat and Video Messaging

6. BLABBERIZE - make an image speak. Record your voice and add it to an image.

7. IMAGECHEF - create a blender with a picture and message from imagechef. Poetry Blender

8. JIBJAB (ELF YOURSELF)- add your picture to the face of an elf, choose a dance scene, download the video or share it

Send your own ElfYourself eCards

9. FACEinHOLE - add your face to funny pictures (there are Christmas themes)

10. PORTABLE NORTH POLE -  a very cute personalized message from Santa Claus to anyone you choose. Great fun!!!

Check out more ideas at Ozge's wonderful "Xmas via web 2.0"


Camila Sousa said...

Thanks for the post Aninha,

Ryan and I were trying to find a place to create our xmas card! We love animoto but we have to pay though. This one that you made was for free? We love it! :-)) We created one with stupeflix it is not great but it did its job!

Merry Christmas,
Camila and Ryan

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Camilinha, I paid for this one. Try to get an educators account at animoto at , Then, you can make longer videos.
As to stupeflix videos, have a look at the tutorial I've posted about stupeflix and you'll see that after you learn how to use it, the effects look very similar to animoto. Miss you,

Unknown said...

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Tami said...

Thanks so much for the info! Now that all my hand-written cards are complete, I have some nifty ways to send my e-cards.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Tami, great you enjoyed the suggestions. Hope your e-cards look great.