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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Holiday Cards from Peter Pauper Press

I don't know about you, but I am a fan of the sending and receiving of Christmas letters. We anticipate this every year - seeing updated pictures and catching up on friend's lives.

But I'm generally a fan of the "old fashioned" USPS. I like snail mail. Love it, really. I think it's cozy, classic and has a special way of making people feel remembered and loved all throughout the year.

This year I stocked up on Christmas greeting cards to use in just sending notes and letters, separate from any Christmas letter. I just wanted the mail to feel as festive as possible all month. Why? Because it's fun. Sometimes you do things just because it's fun.

Peter Pauper Press recently sent me a package of items to check out, one of which was their Snowflakes Laser Cut Small Boxed Holiday Cards which are, without a doubt, absolutely beautiful. The outside of the card displays snowflakes (laser-cut as the description testifies!) and the inside message is as follows:

"Wishing you peace and joy this holiday season."


Non-descript. Easy to use all month long to send little "I remember you!" notes to friends and family.

You see, I don't think we just need Christmas cards to send out our family's "traditional letters" in. Use them all month long - for whatever you want!

Being that I already stocked up on cards for myself, I thought I'd pass along this package of Snowflakes cards to one of you to make good use of this holiday season.

Would you like to win? Simply leave a comment below. Must be a U.S. Resident to enter and the contest is open until Sunday, December 5th.

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER (as selected by random.org) IS #9 - Diana. CONGRATULATIONS!

Enjoy! And send some snail mail to someone. I'm sure they'll appreciate the thought!

Thank you, Peter Pauper Press, for these delightful cards. To see all of their holiday designs, visit the Peter Pauper Press website HERE.

18 comments:

Charlotte Kay said...

Thanks for offering the adorable snowflake cards as a giveaway!
Would love to win!
Many blessings,
Charlotte
Chakasa58 at gmail dot com

BubblesandMoney said...

I love sending snail mail and would love to have the snowflake cards.

morninglight mama said...

My sister LOVES getting real mail, especially cards, so I always like to keep a good supply in stock. These are beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway, Carrie!

Amy @ Hope Is the Word said...

They sound lovely! Sign me up!

Anna said...

I really need to send out some cards this year, and these are gorgeous! (I don't think we sent any last year because I was so busy working with The Girl on her science fair project and left the cards to the husband. LOL) Thanks for the giveaway!

diaryofaneccentric at hotmail dot com

Lisa writes... said...

Beautiful! Enter me, please!

apple blossom said...

please enter me thanks. You can never have too many.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Jennifer said...

I love sending snail mail. Not many people do anymore. Thanks for the chance!

transformedgeneration[at]hotmail[dot]com

Anonymous said...

snail mail is just so much more personal....
dianam167@sbcglobal.net

Katie said...

I would LOVE to win these!

schroederkatie at comcast dot net

holdenj said...

These look wonderful! I tend to send a lot of extra mail in December because of bdays and thank yous! This would be great.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

The Peter Pauper Press cards are gorgeous and perfect for sending notes all winter long :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
http://scr.im/ladybugemail

Bluerose said...

These are beautiful! I would love to be entered.

bluerosesheart at yahoo dot com

jen said...

I am a letter writer- so stationary is one of my favorite "for me" purchases. thank you for the giveaway!

artandjen at juno dot com

Jen N

Mozi Esme said...

We posted about this giveaway at Winning Readings: http://winningreadings.blogspot.com/2010/12/holiday-cards.html

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Stephanie's Mommy Brain said...

Cute cards. I'm a fan of cards and snail mail but sadly seldom send any. But I've enjoyed receiving cards from you. :)

Cathy W said...

These look wonderful!
cjwallace43 at gmail dot com

Krista said...

Oh, yes please! I love the ones I got earlier this year! ;)

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