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Emoji Greeting Cards

For that friend who cannot get enough of using emojis on Instagram or Facebook, here’s the awesome surprise for your charming texting addict! The tiny, emotive characters—from 😜 to 🎉—represent the first language born of the digital world, designed to add a new portal of emotions to otherwise flat text. Add loads of cuteness, little fun, and three truckloads of love with a bunch of simple emoji cards. Turn every moment into adorable laughter and fun with Giftpopup’s emoji cards online. Whatever the occasion and whoever the person, the emoji cards will make them smile, laugh and remember a unique gift of all.

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If there is any common universal language that exists right now, its the language of emojis. We, humans, are diverse across the globe. Color, ethnicity, culture, spoken language, are different from one another. But the emojis used across the social media platform and any other form of communication bind us together. We are common in emotions and bound by them. We smile one another, we cry like one another, and we love like one another. You can have a chat with a person from another part of the globe just through emojis! Cherishing our love for these emojis, Giftpopup has brought a new theme of cards - emoji cards! 


Do You Know When the First Emoji Was Invented?

When it all started, there were emoticons! This is about something 20-25 years ago. These primitive gestures described an essential part of early netspeak. So, you could convey sarcasm by tacking on ;-) at the end of your message. Or you can share your ambivalence with the ¯_(ツ)_/¯ face. These were the customary awesome things of the past. 


The Japanese artist Shigetaka Kurita created the first emoji in 1999. He was working on the i-mode development team. It was an early mobile internet platform from Japan's main mobile company, DOCOMO. Shigetaka Kurita wanted to design an engaging interface to convey the basic information in the simplest way possible. For example, using a small icon to represent the weather forecast rather than writing the word 'sunny.' So he sketched a set of 12*12 px images that can be sent on mobiles and pages as their own individual characters. 


Kurita's original 176 emojis are now part of the permanent collection at New York's Museum of Modern Art. DOCOMO wanted to find new methods to express words. There were characters to show the traffic (car, tram, airplane, ship), weather (sun, clouds, umbrella, snowman), technology (landline, GameBoy, cell phone, TV), and all the different phases of the moon. But those characters weren't purely informational: For the first time, emoji provided a way to add emotion to a message. "Yes, I understand" might sound cold on its own, but adding ❤️ in the message offered a sense of warmth and real sympathy. Emoji was the beginning of a new visual language.


Emoji Cards To Express Your Heartfelt Emotions in a Unique Way

Emoji cards are one of the unique ways to express your feelings in today's modern language. Do you have that feeling? A feeling when we wish to say so much, but sometimes a beautiful gesture is all that needs to convey the message. Emoji cards our best way of helping you to say those words in one single gesture. You can gift these emoji cards to anyone such as your siblings, friends, family members, or even colleagues. There is no occasion for emojis. They make the environment lighter and funny in moments. Switch from formal to informal conversations with your boss by gifting them emoji cards.