Cortaro, AZ, July 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Humozonecards.com is an option for free printable greeting cards and more.
Humozonecards.com (www.humozonecards.com), a website that is designed to allow it’s users to print free greeting cards from their home or workplace computer is proud to announce the addition of a free lists page to its site. (http://humozonecards.com/Lists.htm) The page includes free printable lists including grocery and "to do" lists for it's users to print and use as an organization tool for shopping or things to do around the house.
Humozone Cards offers a variety of cards including Birthday (http://humozonecards.com/Birthday.htm), which pokes fun at age and gift ideas. Holiday, (http://humozonecards.com/Holiday.htm), includes Christmas, Halloween, Valentines and others. Relationship related, (http://humozonecards.com/Relationship.htm), includes cards about divorce and marriage, boyfriend, girlfriend and more. Work related (http://humozonecards.com/Work.htm) has cards for promotions, congratulations and more. The Other section (http://humozonecards.com/Other.htm) has cards related to graduation, expecting mothers and more. The free printable cards on this site are all created in-house and are original cartoon style designs. The cards are designed to use as little ink as possible while still getting the humorous message across to the reader. The site is also designed to be easy to use, simply click on the card you like and the page that pops up is ready to print and fold.
Humozone cards was developed by Ira Coffin with the intent of making people smile while giving and receiving greeting cards. “The content is meant to be funny and sarcastic in nature about the categories that are available on the site. I like to draw cartoons and as anyone can tell from some of the cards on the site, I enjoy looking at most situations in a light hearted sarcastic manner.” said Ira Coffin. “I try not to take life to seriously as you can probably tell from the content available and a lot of the card content has come from ideas derived out of my own life experience. I hope that even if you don’t find the free printable material useful as a possible greeting card option, they at least put a smile on your face if for just a short while.”
Ira is constantly drawing new characters and designs and continues to update the site with new cards and material often and hopes to have no less than 100 cards available by the end of the year. Ira is also looking at the possibility of adding some humorous e-cards to the site this year as well.
This ad-supported site also offers a link section to other funny sites on the web offering humor and other greeting cards needs and a tutorial section that will include video tutorials on a variety of subjects like making your own greeting cards at home to making your own animated gifs using Photoshop. They are also looking at the addition of kids printable items as well.