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Pear Tree Greetings Review and October Giveaway **Win a set of Personalized Thank You Cards**!!! **CLOSED**

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Anybody who knows me knows that I will send a note with package or a thank you in the mail for the small thing. I'm just always grateful!

Pear Tree Greetings sent me these wonderful blank card to review...Leaves Personalized Notes Cards in Purple.....

I received 12 beautiful cards, made of 100lb card stock in beautiful condition....

I love them, can't wait to used them!



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-Tell me in the comments about the best thank you card you have ever received!

My best Thank You Card: I received a card from someone after their parent passed, it was literally most sincere this person had even been toward me. I thought it was beautiful.

Giveaway ends November 5, 2010

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I received a free product (or products) for review purposes. I did not receive any form of compensation from the company. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. My reviews are my personal and honest opinions


Jennifer on 1:08 PM said...

Gorgeous cards. Me and a friend were in the card section at Target one day. She claimed she was looking for a card for her grandmother, whom she frequently talked about. My bossy self suggested like 10 cards and she didn't like any of them. Feeling slightly offended, I went to look at the beauty aisle. She ended up buying a card but didn't show me what it looked like and I didn't even ask. A few days later, I go to the mailbox and see this nice card from her. I felt bad and nice about receiving it-bad for being a little bossy brat but nice because the card and the message were so beautiful! We still joke about that sometimes.

Miss Brina on 3:05 AM said...

The best thank you card I have received was from an elderly gentleman who attended my church named Henry Gammage. We would always seem to get each other when our church would have secret pal events. After his wife passed, he moved out of state with his son & I sent a christmas card to him from my family. in return, he sent the most beautiful mahogany thank you card and note about how much it meant to be thought of across the miles. I was the only person from our church he'd heard from since the funeral, and that little gesture made him smile. From then on, I always make an effort to write thank you, birthday & thinking of you cards because going the extra mile really means so much to everyone involved. R.I.P. Bro. Gammage

madwoman-doing-cartwheels said...

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The best card I ever received was a handmade one from a friend who took a paper making class in college. She made her own paper--pulping it from assorted scrap paper, then drying the sheets and folding them into thank you cards and embellishing them with found objects and Victorian accents. It was an awesome card.

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