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Sunday Fun Day Giveaway: Tiny Prints Holiday Cards!

Happy Sunday! It's officially fall and this weekend I did quite a bit of gluten free baking. Ahhh... I love this time of year! Overall, a delicious weekend... and I hope you had a tasty one yourself! Last week, my friends at Nescafé® Dolce Gusto® Piccolo™ sponsored the giveaway with a generous offering for coffee & tea lovers. A lucky reader will receive a brand new Nescafé® Dolce Gusto® Piccolo™ coffee machine along with 2 boxes of coffee capsules! A special thanks to Nescafé® Dolce Gusto® Piccolo™ for sponsoring. Here's a big Congratulations to the winner of this past week's giveaway! Please shoot me an email at [email protected] to claim your prize...


So the month of October has started. Halloween is at the end of the month, followed by Thanksgiving and the wonderful holidays of December. It may seem like the holidays are still a few months away but before you know it, it will creep up sooner than you think!  The worst part of the holidays for me is that I always seem to procrastinate on writing holiday cards. I end up scribbling something generic just to get them sent out - but not this year. This year I've made the personal goal to pick out, spend more time writing up cards and mailing them out in time. To help folks prepare well ahead, the lovely folks of Tiny Prints are ready to share their newest holiday cards for the season! Check out their website for all the cute cards and use the filters on the left side of their site to narrow down your selection.
 It's a magical moment at Tiny Prints—our collection of 2011 Christmas cards have appeared! Be enchanted by our newest designs, brightest colors and most alluring array of formats ever. Kiss ordinary cards goodbye and fall in love with our incredible selection of Christmas cards. When you find the holiday card of your dreams, put your favorite family photo on the front (or back, or even inside with our latest layouts!). Sending photo Christmas cards is a wonderful way to share the spirit of the season with special friends and family. Your Christmas greeting orders are given the royal treatment by professional designers, ensuring that your Christmas cards will earn a place of honor in the hearts and homes of every loved one on your list.
Suppose you're not big on writing and/or sending holiday cards. Instead, you prefer throwing a holiday party with family and friends. Rather than shooting an electronic invitation via email or social media outlets, why not send invitations instead? They add such a personal touch that your guests will appreciate! Tiny Prints also has a great line of holiday invitations to choose from that will set the perfect mood for your festive parties...
 Put a posh personal spin on your next exciting event with the perfect party invitations from Tiny Prints. Thoughtful hosts know that personalized party invitations tell guests so much more than just the time and place of your celebration. Choose from our chic collection of stylish designs to set the tone for your next [holiday] party or classy cocktail gathering. Don't leave guests guessing about the details when it's simple to customize your cards with photos, words and more with just a click of the mouse. Easily deliver the party invitations that everyone will be delighted to receive with Tiny Prints.
Although we're just getting into mid-October, I want to make sure I have enough time to choose the perfect cards/invitations, write them up and send. I've found the best way to write up holiday cards is to do a few every day up until the week before Thanksgiving. And when they're all done, I mail them out the week of Thanksgiving. So now is the time to start thinking about holiday cards and invitations. Yes, in early October! Thanks to my friends at Tiny Prints, they will be sponsoring this week's Sunday Fun Day Giveaway. A lucky reader will receive 50 holiday cards or holiday invitations of their choice. Will you be that lucky reader that sends out the cutest holiday cards or holiday party invites to family and friends this season?! Read on for more details...

Some guidelines:
- Giveaway is only for those who live in the United States - my apologies to my non-United States readers!
- You must check back in a week when a winner is announced and email me to claim your prize if you win.
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment answering: 
How do you display holiday cards you receive from friends & family?

Deadline: Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 12 midnight CST.

One winner will be randomly chosen by Random.Org's Interger Generator based on the number of your comment and will be announced on Sunday, October 16, 2011, within next week's Sunday Fun Day Giveaway. Good luck!

41 comments

  1. I put my Christmas cards all up on a bulletin board in my room :)

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  2. We tape the back of holiday cards (overlapping them abit) just under an open archway. That way family and friends can see the "decorations" while passing through the living room into the kitchen.

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  3. I put mine up on my bookcase.

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  4. I usually just stick them on the fridge, so I need a more creative way to display them.

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  5. We have two mantels where all our cards go.
    Thanks!!

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  6. We tape them to the wall in the stair entryway so that we get to see them every time we come home!

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  7. What a great giveaway. I love tinyprints. I display our cards on a cute card holder that sits on our foyer table.

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  8. My grandma used to decorate her refrigerator with her christmas cards so thats what I do!

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  9. I usually tape them around our kitchen door frame but i'd like to hang them from ribbon this year.

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  10. i place them on my fireplace mantle and string some on a ribbon draped across the mantle.

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  11. Each year we buy a big piece of garland drape it across our fireplace mantel. As our holiday cards come in from our friends and family we have our three year old attach them to the garland.

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  12. We used to put them on the fridge but we have a stainless now so nothing sticks! We use our kitchen island counter instead.

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  13. I'm pretty unoriginal. Ours go on our fridge. :-)

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  14. I display them on our mantle, on top of furniture, on the refrigerator...wherever there is space!

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  15. We tape our holiday cards up on a wall in our living room near our stockings.

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  16. We used to display them on our media center in our old apartment. With our new house this year, we'll probably put them on the fireplace mantel or maybe string them up across the doorway. I'm so excited!

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  17. We display them on our back console and then once we receive too many they go in a holiday basket!

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  18. Last year we put them on a long half wall that separated our kitchen and living room but we've moved so that is no longer an option. I'm hoping to come up with a nifty idea of stringing them either across our mantle or along a wall in the house where they can be seen when you walk by.

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  19. I tape them up on our basement door, which leads out of our living room. I love seeing them every chance I get!

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  20. We put them all along the fireplace. I love when it gets so full!

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  21. I'll be honest, they usually sit in a basket for people to read! I've used Tiny Prints for both of my kids birth announcements and have loved them!

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  22. We put them all over the mantel.

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  23. We always tape them to the back of our front door. It makes a wonderful decoration!

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  24. The regular cards sit in a basket on our kitchen counter for people to flip through. All the photo cards are put on the front of our fridge and stay there until the next year when we start to get new photo cards. It's a great way to see our friends' and family's smiling faces year round.

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  25. We have a shelf in the entryway where they sit.

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  26. I punch holes in the cards and hang them from a garland with little red and white ribbons - it's easy to see the cards and adds color to the room :)

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  27. taped around sliding glass door

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  28. on the fireplace mantel

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  29. I don't have a lot of space in my house, so I tape them on the back of my front door with scotch tape.

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  30. It actually varies from year to year, sometimes on our bookshelves, sometimes on our main wall board in the kitchen and sometimes on the backs of doors in our main area to make it more festive!

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  31. Well, I have no fireplace, so no mantle to put them on. Instead, we tape them all to the back of the front door. It's nice to see on your way out.

    The very prettiest cards are kept for the next year and used to decorate the "Christmas display" on the bookshelf-- just some little arrangements of cute decorations we've collected over the years.

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  32. I swag a red ribbon across our mantle and attach cards with clothes pins.

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  33. I place them on the fireplace mantle.

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  34. I love to post them around a doorway! My family always has a running joke with the first people who get theirs out

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  35. We hang ours in the doorway between the kitchen and dining room - just like my mom always did!

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  36. We haven't found a good way to display them yet. Last year we tacked them to a corkboard. This year I'm going to try something with clothespins....

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  37. I put them any where and every where! Around the doorway to the kitchen, on the buffet table, hanging from the bar. I love Christmas cards and think they add to the decor during the holidays!

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  38. They displayed on our fridge :) Someday, I hope to have a fireplace where we can display them!
    Anna

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  39. We tape them to the back of the front door - I don't know why we do this but we always have.

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  40. I punch a hole in the top and tie a string and hang them from the tree.

    reannenny at aol.com

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