Hallmark Get Carded Challenge and Giveaway

I find joy in making others smile and making them feel good. When I stumbled upon the Get Carded Challenge that Hallmark does, I knew I had to participate. What is the Get Carded Challenge? The challenge is to send a card to someone every day for a full week. This is a great way to bring an unexpected smile to someone’s face. Something so simple and easy as a card can brighten someones day. It’s been years since I have received a card. Do you remember the last time you received a card?

I contacted Hallmark to see if I would qualify for the Bloggers package. I was happy when they approved my request. They sent me a package of 10 cards and stamps. If you’re a blogger you can fill out the form to see if you get approved. They are even giving YOU a chance to win a package of cards so you can complete the challenge for free as well. 


I have always loved the HUGE selection of cards that Hallmark makes. You can find cards with buttons, stickers, coloring pages, musical cards, cards that can be personalized with pictures and so many more. 

They sent an assortment to me, and I will be sharing them with you daily as I complete my Get Carded Challenge. I encourage you to take part in this challenge as well. If you don’t have seven cards you can go to Hallmarks online store and purchase some and get 30% off by using the code: BLOG30; This code is good throughout the entire year. If you purchase from a store be sure to sign up for the Hallmark Card Rewards

Join me and let’s surprise our friends and family with a card. 
You can find Hallmark on facebook and twitter.


The Giveaway:
Prize: 10 Hallmark cards and stamps 
Participants must be U.S residents who are 18 years or older.
Ends: 10/22 at 11:59 pm CST

Note: Watch your emails once the giveaway closes. The winner will have 48 hours to respond. If no response is received a new winner will be pulled. 


Disclosure: I received the product above for free to spread the word about the Get Carded Challenge. I was not compensated and all opinions are my own. This post is not sponsored nor endorsed by Facebook or Twitter or any other social networking site. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising.







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