I give my brother inappropriate cards too. Usually they’re for a completely different holiday, but if it is a birthday card it’s either for A Special Grandpa or A Darling Niece. Sometimes I supplement the artwork. There was one Polish Christmas card with a snowy manger scene to which I added several dinosaur stickers. That turned out nicely. They actually seemed to be posed in adoration of the Christ Child. It was the kind of special touch that meant a lot, I think. 6 years ago
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How I did it: Again i don't know how many days ago it was but I got my friend a card with Thomas the tank engine on for her 17 birthday. It had a big number 4 on a badge on the front, but i knew she'd like the badge for the novelty aspect. There was also a great little railway maze thing inside (I think all cards should have games inside personally) and i was right she did like it and i made the right choice :) Read how I did it… 3 years ago
It’s sort of becoming a tradition for me to give my brothers cards intended for little kids. The last card I gave Brother #1 was when he turned 22; it was intended for a two year old and I wrote in an extra ‘2’ before every original ‘2’. The card then said something about how he had 22 hands, 22 feet, 22 eyes and 22 ears. What a freak!
Edit: A closer reading of this goal suggests I’m supposed to give them a card intended for someone older, but I think what I do is close enough :-) 6 years ago