July 16, 2010

Pear Tree Greetings Giveaway

Don't forget we are giving away 12 or 16 personalized note cards (depending on the size) from Pear Tree Greeting's new line of stationary, this month. It's cute, it's cool, and I think you are really gonna like it.pear tree sample4pear tree sample2

I had a great conversation with a friend today about the art of letter writing and how it truly is a lost art now. That really makes me sad because it is such a great feeling to go to the mailbox and find a hand written note from someone. It's just special. And we are losing that connection to special things, like letter writing. I know, as a mom, I want my daughter to understand that and know what fun it can be to pick out new stationary and feel that warmth when you get a personal note.

You can also save on shipping through the month of July. Just spend $29 or more and plug this code in at checkout. PEARJULY10

I am crazy for this stationary and particularly love these.
pear tree sample3To enter to win these little lovelies, just send me a comment here or an email and tell me about a special note that you received that you've always held onto and why. Follow this blog, follow me on twitter, or become a fan on facebook and that's it! You have until July 24th at 10PM to enter. A winner will be announced sometime on July 25th!pear tree sample

Happy Summer!

1 comment:

  1. I have very much enjoyed your blogs. I agree that the art of letter writing has diminished and it is such a precious thing. I save many precious cards and notes. I think the ones that have meant the most are notes from my mother, sharing how much she believes in me and loves me...our theme lately is "Believe"...for all things that God has in store...to not give up hope on my dreams and the things way down deep in my heart. I post those notes on my fridge so I can remember that someone loves me and someone is standing with me for all that God has.

    Thanks for taking the time to share your heart with us. It is enjoyed and I can tell that your heart is in it.


    Ann Holcomb