Hallmark holiday giveaway

Well, the sweet folks at Hallmark are at it again. They approached me and asked if I would review some of their new holiday products and they also offered to give away a package of holiday goodies to one of you lucky Living Rich on Less readers, too.

Hallmark is really taking holiday greeting cards to a whole new level.

The card on the left has a built-in, motorized snow globe! How cool is that? The card on the right has a digital display that shows a holiday message and can also be programmed as a clock.

Check out these gorgeous textured, three-dimensional cards. Yes, that’s sweater fabric on the left. Hallmark carries a great selection of personalized cards as well.

In addition to cards, we received a holiday interactive storybook. Tiny is absolutely in love with it.

This book is truly unique. While reading the story, the main character responds and even asks questions. The story changes slightly based on how your child answers the questions. It’s really quite a magical experience for kids.

We also received Hallmark’s recordable storybook version of “Goodnight Moon.”

Tiny is working so hard to learn to read (she’s in kindergarten) so she can record herself reading “Goodnight Moon” to her baby brother. I love this product! Hallmark has some new recordable titles for the holidays including “All I Want for Christmas,” “Jingle’s Magic Christmas” and “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

The generous folks at Hallmark want to send one of you a holiday package as well, which will include:

Want to win? To enter, visit Hallmark’s website here, then come back and leave me a comment telling me which holiday greeting card is your favorite.

Bonus entry: Leave me a comment letting me know what the holidays mean to you.

A random winner will be selected out of all the comments using Randomizer.org.

Important details and rules: The giveaway winner must be 18 years of age or older to enter. There will be one winner only. This giveaway will run from Nov. 19, 2012, until 11:59 p.m. Dec. 10, 2012. The winner must respond within 72 hours of being chosen or a new winner will be selected. Odds of winning will be dependent upon total number of entries.

Disclosure: I was given a select number of Hallmark products free to review. All opinions stated in this post are entirely my own.

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19 Responses

  1. Anita Park says:

    I thought that the Mickey Mouse countdown card was a super cute idea! How exciting would be for a kid to receive a card that countdowns how much longer they have to wait until it’s Christmas . I would even be excited to receive that card!
    Bonus: The holidays mean getting to spend time with the people that mean the most to me, my family. Being away at college I only get to see all of my family at Christmas now, so I look forward to catching up with everyone. I never realized how much my family meant to me until I went to college and didn’t get the privilege of being around them all the time. It’s put things into perspective and has made the holidays twice as exciting!

  2. Rikki Moyer says:

    My favorite card is the “Mom – Believe” card.

  3. Sally Kidman says:

    Although it is not an actual Christmas “card,” it is in the card section on the website. . . so I’ll have to say that I LOVE the Peanuts Advent Calendar. I might have to stop in the Hallmark store and get one! So Cute!
    In regards to greeting cards, I love the “Wishing You Joy” card. the 3D effects of it are so cool!

  4. Kyle H says:

    I looked at The cards and my favorite is the one (not including the ones you wrote about ) is the one called “reindeer”, my sons would love the story book i might buy one even if i dont win this contest 😉 for a bonus entry Christmas to me means memories family and faith

  5. shannon t says:

    I love the thomas kinkaide ones but the facebook santa one was my favorite

  6. shannon t says:

    the holidays for me mean being with family and being grateful to have that family to be with

  7. Shannon says:

    I love the Thomas Kincaid-Thinking of You Card

  8. Shannon says:

    The holiday mean family to me. They are a time where we take out the time to come together and celebrate how thankful we are to be a family.

  9. Debbie Dunbar says:

    Love Hallmark!

  10. D Schmidt says:

    My favorite card is the To Santa What I want for Christmas card

  11. D Schmidt says:

    The holidays to me mean spending time with and appreciating my family.

  12. Lindsey D. says:

    I love the recordable wish list card!

  13. Dee says:

    I love the Thomas Kincaid-Thinking of You. Always love listening to Christmas music so why not in card as well? 🙂

  14. Jim Lipscomb says:

    The recordable wish list is such a great idea! It’s my favorite. Holidays mean family to me

  15. sara ross says:

    I too like the recordable Wishlist Card to Santa. It’s something you can keep for years and be able to go back to years later. For the bonus: What Christmas means to me is spending time with family enjoying eachothers company. Focusing on the real meaning of Christmas, and not the commercialized meaning. HOPE I WIN 🙂

  16. Amy Frye says:

    My favorite card was “Hallmark Signature Collection – Joy to the World”. It has a beautiful design.
    (I have a weakness for anything Peanuts, so the Peanuts Advent Calendar was my first pick and still my top favorite.)

  17. Amy Frye says:

    Bonus: What the holidays mean to me? HOT COCOA!!! Oh, wait. (tee-hee) It is seeing the magic of Christmas in my kids eyes. I absolutely love it.

  18. Phyllis says:

    The card with “God’s Peace & Love on it.

  19. Phyllis says:

    The holidays mean I can spend time with my family & reflect on the past year & give thanks to God

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