Thursday, April 30, 2015

Review and GIVEAWAY: Hallmark's Mother's Day greeting cards, ends 5/7 #PutYourHeartToPaper

As you may or may not know, May 10th (aka Mother's Day) is around the corner. I was going to pick up a card for my mom this weekend, but I lucked out and received an assortment of Mother's Day cards from Hallmark in the mail!

I'm pretty much set for the next few years for Mother's Day now (yay) but it was a hard choice to choose one for my mom for 2015, since they are all pretty unique and gorgeous.

I'll admit that the Wonder Woman card (see above) caught my eye first, because I'm a big superhero fan (obviously - I run a film blog too). I think I'm going to save that one for another year though.

Two others that caught my eye are a bit unusual - one is for mothers-to-be (so if you know anyone currently pregnant, that would be a great card to give them) and another is in Spanish but the front of the card can be wall art!

I took Spanish in high school and I think that means something like "Everything changes ... minus the love of a mother." It's pretty cool how you can detach the front of the card and use it as wall art!

I finally decided on this one for Mother's Day 2015:

My mom likes animals and the inside of this one had a funny joke, too, so hopefully she will like it.

I highly recommend Hallmark's Mother's Day collection - check out their cards at a Hallmark store near you or at their website!

And I also have a present for my readers ...


One of my lucky readers will win a 5-card pack of Hallmark Mother's Day cards!

Enter via the widget below. Giveaway will end on Thursday, May 7th, at 11:59pm EST, and winner will be notified via email the next day and have 24 hours to respond, or an alternate winner will be chosen.

U.S. residents only, please.

Good luck!

Hallmark cards


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