You all know I love Pear Tree Greetings. Last month I teamed up with them to review The Super, Incredible Big Brother book for Lincoln. He received it when he came to visit his baby brother in the hospital, and it was a huge hit!
When I was asked to work with them again and review their holiday cards, I was super excited!
One of my favorite things about the holiday season, is sending and receiving cards. My personal favorites are photo cards. This year I was especially excited about our holiday card, because of our new addition to our family. Avery is our last baby, making him the final little piece to completing our family. This would be our first card with our whole family. So special!
I browsed the many different designs of photo cards Pear Tree offers for quite some time. They offer such a large selection, that it was so hard to choose!
I finally decided on the Sparkle & Shine double sided flat photo card.
Next, I had to decide on which photos I wanted to use. I recently had Avery's newborn photos done [which I still have to blog about], and chose two of my favorite photos. One of our little family, and one of both our boys. Here's how they turned out...
|the front of our card|
|and the back of our card.|
Adorable, right?! I am very pleased with how they turned out, and I cannot wait to send them off to our family and friends!
I am all for giving back, especially during the holiday season. Pear Tree Greetings recently launched a new program benefiting a great cause. Refer a friend when ordering product from Pear Tree and earn $20 for you, $20 for your friend and $20 for CaringBridge, the nonprofit communications hub used for families in crisis.
Pear Tree Greetings is giving one of my lucky readers the opportunity to win $40 to spend as they choose on their site!
This is a Rafflecopter giveaway. The first two entries are mandatory. Once those are completed, the widget will allow you to open the rest. The more steps you complete, the more chances for you to win!! Good luck, everyone!!!
Disclosure: I received credit from Pear Tree Greetings, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.