Free Mother’s Day Card!

by jessicaturner on May 4, 2012

Tomorrow we are headed to the beach, so I have been packing, cleaning and generally running around like a crazy person all week.

Amidst the chaos, I’m proud to say that I did manage to carve out some time to create custom cards for our moms and my grandma  for Mother’s Day.

Awesome, right? :)

Don’t worry. If you haven’t gotten your Mother’s Day cards made/bought, I’ve gotcha covered. :)

Personalized Mother's Day Cards for Family at!

Today through Sunday, is offering all customers 1 FREE Mom Card + FREE Shipping with the code LUVMOM. You must use the links provided in order to receive the free card bonus.

One Free Card redemption per account.

Shipping Cutoff  for Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 6th, which is also when this promo ends, so don’t miss it. has a huge selection of cards – from modern to funny to sentimental – and their site is really user friendly.

I love creating custom cards with the kids photos because they are:

  1. so personal – our parents love to receive photos of the kids!
  2. easy – the cards are super easy to make + they can be shipped directly to the recipient.
  3. affordable – they are the same price as Hallmark cards, and often times cheaper (like FREE – hello!)

So go make a card. It takes less than 5 minutes and your mom/grandma/sister/friend/etc. will thank you.

Then go use that Paper Coterie credit you go for subscribing to The Mom Creative. It is only good until Monday. (And if you haven’t subscribed, what are you waiting for!?!)

Disclosure: compensated affiliate links used

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Kim May 4, 2012 at 6:46 am

Thanks for the heads up on another great card company. I will be headed over there today.
Have a wonderful time at the beach!


Katie May 6, 2012 at 9:25 pm

Thanks Jessica, I just ordered one for my daughter’s Godmother who lives out of state. I always forget until it’s too late to send her a card. Now at least I know that’s one more thing taken care of!


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