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Create Memories and Say ‘I Love You’ with @Hallmark #ValueCards #shop

by Notorious Spinks on 07.01.2014


Summer is filled with family fun and celebrations for us. Kay will be 4-years-old tomorrow (2nd), the 4th of July, my birthday on the 10th, my brother-in-law on the 11th, my niece on the 17th and the list goes on and on. Of course, there will be plenty of parties, gifts and greeting cards passed around.


As for me, nothing says I love you like a greeting card so I’m always on the hunt for creative card ideas. Now don’t get me wrong, diamonds are welcomed but greeting cards have a special place in my heart. There is something about the love that goes into choosing the perfect greeting card filled with kind words and handwritten signatures. However, the one thing that comes with the greeting card territory is trumping your choice from the previous year.


Thanks to Hallmark, the greeting card pool has just gotten larger with more opportunities to find the perfect greeting card. Now if you know like I know, greeting cards can get pricey so I am loving that the Hallmark Angels have introduced Value Cards. This new selection of greeting cards can be purchased exclusively at Walmart for 47ยข and 97ยข.

Honestly, when I first heard about Hallmark Value Cards, I was in side eye mode ๐Ÿ˜ . Although Hallmark has a great reputation for greeting cards, I wasn’t sure… you’ve seen those dollar store cards. So I headed to Wally’s World (Walmart) to see what was going on. I must say, I am impressed with the selection and quality available. There are cards for all occasions for less than $1. More so, the messages inside the cards are consistent with the same great quality that Hallmark is known for.


Stop by your closet Walmart store and check out the selection of Value Cards in stock. Stock up on cards and qualify for rewards via the Value Rewards Programs. Yes, you get the cards for the low-low and you earn rewards for every five cards you purchase. WINNING! But most importantly, if you don’t already, start a tradition by sharing greeting cards with your loved ones. A good way to track when you got it is to mark the month and year on the back of the card.

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On those days when I’m missing my mom or thinking of my recently deceased friend Kevin, I pull out my greeting cards that they’ve given me throughout the years. I read the messages, reminisce and trace their handwriting in my mind knowing that the message filled card is overflowing with love.

Do you have any traditions as it pertains to greeting cards? Do you collect them?

Make sure you sign up for Hallmark Rewards and check out great content from other bloggers. Join in the #ValueCards conversation with #CollectiveBias on Twitter!

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  • I love a great greeting card and the message that it can give.

  • Hallmark makes the best cards! Love the idea about writing the month & year on the card, I save all of mine and it’d be so much easier to remember when they were from if they were dated.

  • This is so what I needed to see today. I have been looking for thr perfect way to reach out those I have lost touch with. Found it!

  • I am not a card keeper, unless there is a good handwritten message inside. I have just a few special cards that I saved. One has an abundace of loving words written to me by my daughter when she was away at college, telling me just how much she missed and loved me at that time. Another has the hand and foot prints of my first born grandchild stamped inside. I could not bear to part with those, and just a few more cards, but most of them get tossed out a week or so after the event for which I received them.

  • That is such a great idea. I haven’t ever thought to put the date on the back of the card. I have a stack of cards I wish I would have done that to, now.

  • These are awesome! I still send cards regularly, but I had no idea about the rewards! Thank you!!

  • With all of the technology nowadays sending cards has almost become obsolete. I like the inexpensive cards to get more people to go back to using them more. Getting a card in the mail is always nice.

  • I really need to make time to send out cards like I used to.

  • I love cards but usually only give them for a birthday because they’re expensive. These sound nice and affordable!

  • Oh! That’s a good idea!!!! I have purchased cards not knowing when I got them, or what the plan is for them. I’m a girl that likes greeting cards, too. I get weepy over them. But, you know, that’s just me! LOL!

  • I used to collect and keep all my cards/notes/keepsakes. Then we moved every few years and realized that I needed to downsize. I kept a few things, but end up purging more than I keep.

  • I wish I were better at sending cards. I love checking the mailbox and getting mail! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • I don’t think I’ve bought a card in oh my way way too long. I should send one to my mom. Oh no wonder how much stamps are now these days.

  • I’ve always written the date on a card I give to someone because I keep all of the cards I receive! Love Hallmark, I’ll definitely have to check out their content for bloggers!

  • I shop that collection frequently, and I almost always find the perfect card. Love Hallmark!

  • I love cards and I always keep the ones I get. I’m bad about sending them out though and I think I need to change that!

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