Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Pear Tree Greetings Review & Giveaway - Holiday Gift Guide




Sending Christmas Cards is something I strive to get done by the first week of December.  But over the past few years, we've had so much family move, that I've tried to include a picture of my kids.  That way, they get to see how much they've grown and they get our holiday greetings at the same time.  They know it's personalized and that we miss them.



www.peartreegreetings.com has fantastic options for holiday cards! Not only do you get to upload a picture, but you can choose how you sign it and it's automatically printed for you.  If you don't want to use a picture, there are other options - like postcards or cut-out cards or the very clever card below!


Pear Tree Greetings also have some wonderful gift tags, labels and party invitations, so you are sure to find all of your stationery needs. The cards are printed with heavy cardstock, and if not a postcard, will come with the envelopes as well.  We are beyond thrilled with our Christmas Cards this year and can't wait to send them all out in a few weeks.  My family is going to be in awe of how much the kids have grown!

GIVEAWAY
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*Contest ends November 29, 2012




a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

5 comments:

  1. Followed on GFC …as Paul T / Pauline T(Paul Tran…pls use emscout9 at hotmail dot com instead of gmail to contact me)

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  2. Following on GFC...my account is Zephyr Hill. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Toni Marie Caravello Feimer

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