You cannot send fireworks over email—fortunately. You cannot send corn on the cob over email—unfortunately. You can send images of those and all your best Independence Day greetings with fabulous e-cards, however.
Here are some of my favorite 4th of July e-card sites. Remember you can also send, for free, some U.S. Independence Day cards from this site, complete with short poems or holiday quotations:
Two doves and Chudleigh the chocolate Labrador raise the flag for the U.S. Independence Day in Jacquie Lawson's classy card.
Colorful origami cranes and a dove's white flight, propelled by inspiring music into a bright, peaceful and happy future: Independence Day at Ojolie.
Celebrate Independence Day with all the splendor and stateliness of vintage postcards at CardCow.com
AmericanGreetings.com's many wonderful, high-quality greeting cards cover Independence Day's many angles beautifully.
Paying BlueMountain members can choose from many finely crafted Independence Day greeting cards.
Not only can you send beautifully done birthday cards to the United States from GroupCard, you can invite all your family, friends, colleagues and the nation to sign it. GroupCards can be sent as physical cards, too.
Think sizzling. Picture fireworks. See beaches. Send all this and more with energy and verve at VerveCards. The cards are secure and self-contained, too, delivering all their goodness directly, right away.
The great greeting cards you can send from Hallmark.com breathe the air of freedom and are sure to wet the recipient's appetite for—anything good.
Meet Uncle Sam at the fair for Independence Day fireworks and a bald eagle at Mount Rushmore for the stars and stripes: it's july 4th with iconic and artful greetings at Katie's Cards.
From the original e-cards.com domain, a charmingly different take on U.S. Independence Day greetings.