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Birthdays, birthdays, and more birthdays! This summer was filled with birthday parties including a party for all four of my kids. That’s a lot of presents and a card or
How do you pick out a greeting card?
Do you look at the design and the words or do you go straight to the back and look at the price? I do a little bit of both but really it all comes down to price for me. I just can’t see spending a ton of money on a greeting card. I’d rather put that money into the gift.
I decided to do one big birthday party for my kids this summer. Their birthdays are spread out throughout the year but for whatever reason, we just didn’t have time to schedule separate parties. So one big pool party was in order.
I do a lot of my shopping right at Walmart. I was able to pick up everything I needed for the birthday party including cards and cupcakes. I bought a card for each of my kids. I went straight for the Hallmark value section.
Not only can you grab a Hallmark greeting card for ‘cheap’ ($.47 or $.97), these cards are great! They are cute and funny. You don’t have to sacrifice quality for price. Plus with the Hallmark Card Rewards Program, for every 5 Hallmark cards you buy at Walmart , you’ll earn a reward. With as many cards as I buy, I can’t go wrong.
The kids had a blast at their joint birthday party.
ate wore cupcakes…
And opened cards and presents!
A good time was had by all and mom didn’t have to spend a fortune to make it happen.
Do you have any other tips on party planning or greeting card buying?
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