What it is

Make someone's birthday special with the Pink Roses greeting card from Hallmark.

  • Edit the message in the card, write your own or get suggestions from the Hallmark Message Library.
  • Add a message to the back.
  • Change the font style, color and size in many message areas.
  • 5" x 7"
  • An envelope is included with every card.

Our service and delivery

  • Ship this card to yourself or mail straight to your recipients.
  • We can address, stamp and mail this card for you on any date you choose.
  • Use your Hallmark address book to quickly get organized.
  • We can mail cards anywhere in the U.S. and its territories.
  • Printed in the U.S.A.

What people are saying

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Love to customize There's nothing better than to be able to shop in your pajamas drinking a cup of coffee. Hallmark has a large selection of customized cards which allows you to personalize your sentiments. It's great and the stamp and mail your card feature is super convenient! June 21, 2013
Best card yet I bought this card for my best friend of 8 years and it was the perfect card to signify our enduring friendship! The difficult part about shopping for women who aren't single is finding something that won't upset their current relationships. I saw the pink roses and had to doublecheck the meaning; I was in the clear. This one was especially nice because you can write their names right on the front so they know straight away that it's a card intended specifically for them -- something they'll remember each time they see it. The cover design also allows for a natural summary presentation. It's one thing to buy a premade card from the store (not to mention having to fix yourself to look like you belong to society, commute through traffic to the site, fish for parking, and race to pick one before it's snatched up by the chump beside you who probably won't appreciate it as much), but it's another to employ your own creativity to convey a message no one else can do for or express better than you. Remember how your mom always kept those hideous, homemade cards you gave her that made less sense than the most abstract art museum piece (x10)? Once you were old enough to realize what a miserable failure you were, you wondered why on earth she still had it on the refrigerator?? Because it was an original thought more valuable than US debt ($16+ trillion) from someone dear. Luckily for all the non-artists, myself included, Hallmark.com has provided us a way to give from our hearts again without embarrassing ourselves in the process. I hope this helps everyone revalue the thought that counts over materialistic gestures. Cheers!! March 9, 2013
Pink Roses Very Pretty Card and the way it can be customized is so unique. This card caught my wife's eyes right away and she commented on how pretty the card was. Later when she actually read the card said this card was so loving. Again I cannot begin to say how much my wife has enjoyed your cards. February 24, 2013
USER FRIENDLY? FOR SOME PEOPLE, LIKE MYSELF- I WOULD LIKE THE PROCESS TO GO SMOOTHER-IF IT WAS EASIER TO DO- WHEN BUYING A CARD-I WOULD LIKE IT TO LET ME KNOW THAT I HAVE TO ADD MY ADDRESS-AND I HAVE TO GIVE THE PERSONS ADDRESS IT IS GOING TO. I HAD TO GO BACK AND FORTH-I WOULD USE IT MORE-IF I COULD CLICK ON MY ADDRESS OR SOME ONE ELSE. BEING A SENIOR CITIZEN, IT ISN'T EASY TO GET OUT--BUT WE ARE NOT AS QUICK AS THE YOUNGER GENERATION. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TO MY FRIENDS-IF THE PROCESS WAS MORE PRECISE-AS I GOT FLUSHED DOING IT. February 23, 2013
Could be so much better! This is true for all your online cards. For the price we pay, why can't they be comparable to the cards in the stores? I can't GET to the stores as I can't drive, so I do appreciate that you have an online store at all, but it really doesn't live up to the Hallmark name. Put some effort into it, people! These are no better than generic drugstore cards, if that. February 6, 2013
Pink Roses Oh what a beautify card !To send as a birthday card or mother's day card.I just love this card. Thank you Hall Mark October 1, 2012
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