Geek Cards

Geeky greeting cards for geeks. You can browse our selection of geek cards by occasion or by the programming language. Simply mouse over the "cards" menu option to see more!
Binary Code Happy Birthday Card
£2.00
A fantastic geeky birthday card written entirely in Binary Code. The code reads "Happy Birthday to you". The letters for "Birthday" have been highlighted in green. How do you say Happy Birthday in Binary Code? 01001000 01100001 01110000 01110000 01111001 00100000 01000010 01101001 01110010 01110100 01101000 01100100 01100001 01111001 Just copy and paste the 1s and 0s above and send it to someone. See if they know what on earth you're on about. 
A fantastic geeky birthday card written entirely in Binary Code. The code reads "Happy Birthday to you". The letters for...
QR Code Happy Birthday Card
£2.00
Say "Happy Birthday" with a QR Code Birthday Card - watch as the recipient scrambles for their phone to scan the image. If they don't have a scanner, they'll need one! When you scan the image using a QR Code reader, it will display "Happy Birthday" on the device!  Try scanning the image and see the message for yourself. If you would like a personalised QR Code message on the card, please enter your message when ordering. 
Say "Happy Birthday" with a QR Code Birthday Card - watch as the recipient scrambles for their phone to scan...
Periodic Table Happy Birthday Card
£2.00
A Periodic Table Happy Birthday Card written entirely using Period Table Elements from the Periodic Table. The card reads "Happy Birthday" and uses the periodic table elements Hydrogen, Adamantium, Phosphorus, Yttrium, Boron, Iridium, Thorium and Dilithium. (For the uber geeky, you will notice a few "creative" element names & numbers - these were needed to make the words!)
A Periodic Table Happy Birthday Card written entirely using Period Table Elements from the Periodic Table. The card reads "Happy...
Hashtag 'Merry Christmas' Christmas Card
£2.00
Send something different this year! A social media based hashtag which says Merry Christmas. Too often (we have found) we send the same plain Christmas cards. Now you can stand out from the crowd and send your own "Hashtag" based Christmas card. Personalise the card by adding a name under the Merry Christmas text. Styled to resemble an @username on twitter, you can write any name you like. It will be shown as @ + what ever you write. The hashtag reads, "#merryChristmas".
Send something different this year! A social media based hashtag which says Merry Christmas. Too often (we have found) we...
BASIC Code Happy Birthday Loop Card
£2.00
A BASIC Code Happy Birthday Card Inspired by a love for my old Sinclair ZX81 written in the BASIC programming language with an infinite loop. I used to LOVE coding these on the old BBC computers at school! Using a BASIC programming language font, this card really give it the old school (late 70s and) 80s look.
A BASIC Code Happy Birthday Card Inspired by a love for my old Sinclair ZX81 written in the BASIC programming...
Personalised PHP Happy Birthday Card
£2.50
Send a geeky "Happy Birthday" card written in PHP. Perfect for a web programmer's Birthday. This card can be personalised with the name of your chosen Geek. Simply enter their name before you add it to your shopping cart. The card is supplied with a matching green envelope.
Send a geeky "Happy Birthday" card written in PHP. Perfect for a web programmer's Birthday. This card can be personalised with...
Your and You're Good Grammar Birthday Card
£2.00
We don't know about anyone else, but people who use the wrong YOUR and YOU'RE drive us INSANE. This simple card tells it how it is. If you share a love for correct grammar with your other half then this card is for you (or them!) The geeky Birthday card reads "You know the difference between your and you're (that's why you're getting this card for your Birthday)".
We don't know about anyone else, but people who use the wrong YOUR and YOU'RE drive us INSANE. This simple...
Binary Code I Love You Card
£1.95
A geeky romantic card which says "I love you" written in Binary code.  The code reads "I Love You" and the binary code for "love" has been highlighted in red. This card is supplied with a red envelope. How do you say I love you in Binary Code? 01001001 00100000 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101   
A geeky romantic card which says "I love you" written in Binary code.  The code reads "I Love You" and...
Periodic Table "Thank you" Card
£2.00
Part of our Periodic Table cards range - say thank you with this geeky Periodic Table card. The card simply reads, "Thank you" which has been written using periodic table elements.  How do you say "thank you" in periodic elements? Thorium, Adamantium, Nitrogen, Potassium, Yttrium, Oxygen, Uranium
Part of our Periodic Table cards range - say thank you with this geeky Periodic Table card. The card simply...
You Autocomplete Me Romantic Card
£1.95
Tell someone you care with this "You auto complete me" card. Perfect for the geek in your life.
Tell someone you care with this "You auto complete me" card. Perfect for the geek in your life.
For You I'd Learn To Code
£1.95
A lovely sentiment which we're sure every geek loves to hear! "For you, I'd learn to code". A perfect card to send your geeky programmer this valentine's day (even if you don't really mean it!)
A lovely sentiment which we're sure every geek loves to hear! "For you, I'd learn to code". A perfect card...
'Tree' Binary Code Christmas Card
£2.00
The ultimate geeky way to say Merry Christmas. Written entirely in Binary Code and shaped as a Christmas Tree! This card will certainly raise some eyebrows. It's amazing just how many people spot it amongst a collection of cards on a desk and ask "what on earth is that". The binary code inside the tree actually reads "Merry Christmas". How do you say Merry Christmas in Binary Code? 01001101 01100101 01110010 01110010 01111001 00100000 01000011 01101000 01110010 01101001 01110011 01110100 01101101 01100001 01110011  Buy a multi pack to save on individual card value.
The ultimate geeky way to say Merry Christmas. Written entirely in Binary Code and shaped as a Christmas Tree! This...