I found graduation cards at 8 cards for $0.10. I love those baskets with reduced goods. The cards were originally $4.97 for the pack of 8 cards. Yes, they were reduced, on sale, my kind of price, definitely my kind of price, cheap, almost free. One set of the cards has 2013 on it, but that can be overcome and still be useful. I am thinking a seal/ribbon/??? of some sort could be affixed in the middle where 2013 is now. or, a little grandchild can cut it up for crafts.
When I taught GED, I had many graduates. Other teachers did not feel obligated to send a card. Actually, neither did I, but I did because the gesture only cost me a stamp. Somewhere, most likely in a yard sale or thrift store, I found cards in the shape of a black mortarboard. They cost me less than a penny each, and I am still using them. My grandson received one when he graduated this spring.
My son and two daughters will each get a package of the eight graduation cards and I will have another for myself. All three are very careful with their money but do spend on outrageous cards....well, rarely. All these will be appreciated and used. For instance, my dil sent me a thank-you card that was meant for baby showers. Her baby is six-years-old. The little grandson sent me a thank-you note on a Christmas thank-you note.
As I have stated before, I have not bought a card at full price for over ten cents in over twenty years. These are my latest acquisitions. I do have some for Thanksgiving (for little grandchildren) and for Christmas, all acquired the same way.
Do you ever find greeting cards reduced and snap them up for your use? Will you look for reduced cards in the future? These are not as spectacular as some, but they get the job done. Would you send more cards if they were all this cheap? Or, do you just go ahead and spend what you must on full-price cards?