26.9.12

Giving Away Encouragement

     One thing that was frequently on my Granny's shopping list was a special card. She would remind me to make sure to pick a pretty one. She also loved to receive cards and would display them on her corner shelf and show them to everyone who visited.  Recently we all gathered to celebrate my Mom's birthday. Powpow asked as he sat down if I had a card for him to give Mama, and I was sad that I had not had Granny's reminder to pick out a special card. Then I remembered the Encouragement set from Dayspring  and quickly looked through them to see if there was a birthday one. There were two! Powpow chose his favorite and added his words of love.
    These unique cards started with photos taken in an antique store. A vintage typewriter, sewing machine, and even a rolling pin just like my Grandmother's are just some of the treasures depicted on each cover. But that isn't all. Intricate details are also included: words sewn on with colorful thread, tags dangling from teacups, and sparkles added to pictures add another dimension. The Redeemed Card pack and  Encouragement Cards may be just what you are looking for to make someone's day brighter.

     Click here for 25% off of the entire Redeemed collection! Use code REDEEM25 at checkout through 9/30/2012. This code is valid on all Bags, Accessories, Jewelry, Home D├ęcor, Outdoor Decor, and more! Or, their Everyday boxed cards are buy 2 get 1 free throughout the month of September. 

    One of the special things I enjoy with my mom is visiting with tea. I thought this card was just perfect to share with her.


Giveaway details:

One of you can win a set of these original encouraging cards! To enter:
* Simply leave a comment sharing about who you would like to encourage with a card. 
* Extra entry if you follow my blog- leave a comment telling me how you do so.
* For an extra chance, come back and tell me if you share a card to brighten someone's day. 
Winner will be chosen Saturday September 29th and will have 48 hours to respond to the e-mail with your shipping information. Prize will be provided by Dayspring.
Disclaimer: Dayspring provided me with a set of their Redeemend and Encouragement cards for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was provided, however they have also offered to share a set with one giveaway winner. All opinions are my own. Affiliate links included in this post.
Jennifer

14 comments:

  1. These are so adorable! I would love a chance to win these... Who I would like to send them to...probably my sister!

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  2. Hello! I love sending cards but it seems I never have any on hand! I have several people I could think of that would be blessed by an encouraging card...my girls' Sunday school teachers would be where I'd start. ;)
    fannyloo (at) msn (dot) com

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  3. I also follow your blog...
    fannyloo (at) msn (dot) com

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  4. How pretty, I love vintage looking things and going through antique stores. Giving a card like these would let people know I was really thinking of them. I dont always give cards but I do often, especially for birthdays or when someone is going through a very rough time.

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  5. I think this year, I'd like to encourage all of the families who advocate for orphans with me at Christmas. It can be exhausting and discouraging, and they could use pick me ups!

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  6. I follow your blog via email and GFC!

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  7. I love sending cards to my friends :)

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  8. I keep saying I should write letters (the old fashioned way) more often to my aunts who don't have email and all of that. I would send these cards to them, and I'm sure they would especially appreciate some of the antique images. 8-)

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  9. My grandma and my friends.

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  10. I am so bad about sending cards, if I had a bunch handy, perhaps I could manage to get some in the mail!

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  11. I would send a card to my daughter-in-law.

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  12. I follow you on GFC & Linky.

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  13. So pretty. I would send one to my Grandma, who always sends everyone cards.

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