Thursday, September 20, 2012

Dayspring Cards Review and Giveaway

For the month of September, Dayspring send me two sets of cards to review.  One set was their Compassion International Assortment Pack.

The set includes: 3 Birthday cards, 3 Thank You cards, 2 Encouragement cards, 1 Thinking of You card, and 1 Friendship card, as well as 10 envelopes.  The set also includes a postcard with ideas for writing your message and the significance of developing a card ministry.  These cards were all beautifully illustrated and unique. There wasn't a card in the bunch that I didn't like.

The second set of cards I was sent for review were Colors of Compassion Encouragement Cards.

This set includes 6 Encouragement cards of the same message, as well as 6 envelopes.  The color quality is beautiful and the variety of fonts and color is stunning.  These cards are a lot of fun and would be a wonderful card for encouraging a friend.

Wanna a set for yourself?

Buy it!-- The Colors of Compassion Encouragement cards retail for $19.74 and the Compassion International Assortment Pack is on sale for $19.99.


Win it!--If you noticed the title of this blog post, I have a set of each cards to give away to one lucky reader.  Wanna know how to win?

To enter: Simply leave me a comment telling me why you love sending or receiving cards.

Additional entries: Follow Creative2xmom on FacebookTwitter, or through Google Friend Connect.  Simply leave an additional comment(s) letting me know which one you choose,  (Feel free to choose all if you don't mind my jabbering.)

Entries will close Friday Sept 28th at 12 am PST.  I will post and email the winner on Monday.

Good luck to all the entrants.

*Disclaimer: I received the both sets of cards from Dayspring free for my review.  All opinions are my own.

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Amber said...

There's just something special about getting actual mail in the mailbox amongst the junk and bills. I'll admit I'm not the best at sending notes of encouragement, but I know how much my life is encouraged when I receive one and I'd love to pass that on to others.

Amber said...

I also follow you on Facebook

hawkeyejlp said...

I am a school counselor, and have made it a practice to send a birthday card to every adult in my building. It's the simple things that can make a huge impact. I go through a lot of cards, and would love to add to my stash!

Lisa H. said...

I try to mail someone from my personal mailing list every month. I feel like its nice to get mail other times of the year than just Christmas.

Lisa H. said...

I follow on twitter.

soccermom1 said...

i like to send cards to bring a smle to someones face and show I am thinking of them
rjs682 at yahoo dot com

soccermom1 said...

GFC follow

soccermom1 said...

FB fan

soccermom1 said...

follow on twitter

Katrina said...

I just love getting anything in the mail that isn't junk or bills, and that is so rare these days! haha. And I love being able to brighten someone else's day or make them smile. =)

Katrina said...

twitter follower (katrinawelch)

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