My biggest problem is what to write on the card. I would sit there hitting my head trying to decide what to write. The other problem is to make sure I have an updated mailing address. I hate it when it gets returned and forgotten they had moved. Hallmark sent me a seven days challenge to send one card to seven people. This took me some preparation work like who to write to, getting their mailing address, and what message to write. However, this is a great opportunity to write to a few family members who I don’t communicate much and to send one to my friend, on his birthday.
I just love Hallmark cards, they are so pretty and they have great selections for almost every occasion. I remember I would be trying to pick up a good bye card for a co-worker and I would spend a good amount of time trying to pick one especially there is more than one to choose from.
Share the Love! Why don’t you send a few Hallmark cards out to brighten up their day? Instead of an email, why not send a card just to make them feel extra special. Going for that extra mile could mean a whole lot to them. If you are like me who has a box of cards that you are meaning to use them but never got the chance to...now it is time.
Who do you send your cards to? How do you feel when someone sends you a card?
Sending everyone lots of warm wishes.
One lucky reader would receive a note card set (that comes with 10 blank cards) from Hallmark’s Sarah Richardson Collection.
This giveaway will run from September 25th to October 24th, 2014 (midnight EST). Winners, You have 72 hours to reply. You must be 18+ Canadians Only. Good Luck! Psst - Can't win if you don't answer the mandatory question.
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*Disclosure - I am apart of Hallmark Press Pause Panel. The product in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.