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Friday, December 23, 2016

Wrapping up the Holidays with Hallmark

The countdown is on!  Now that we are only a few days before Christmas, how are you feeling about the impending holidays?  If you are like me, you may have some gifts to still purchase, or gifts to wrap and put under the tree.  If so, don't waste your time running store to store or to an overwhelming big box store - just head straight to your local and friendly Hallmark store.

Your Hallmark store has everything you need to wrap up the holidays.

Gifts galore in store!  A gift from Hallmark is sure to please, even for those hard-to-buy-for people that you might have on your gift-giving list.  From warm and cozy throws, to a thoughtful Christmas tree ornament, everything is lovely and at price points that aren't going to break your bank account.

Or, maybe you are still thinking of putting pen to paper and write out Christmas cards to neighbours, family and friends.  Hallmark has beautiful boxed cards and individual holiday greeting cards.  Just add your own sentiment and the recipient will know that they are thought of with love this Christmas season.


Don't forget the gift wrap while you are in store and you'll find the holidays are all wrapped up - all thanks to Hallmark! 

Holiday Giveaway for you!   Our friends at Hallmark are offering to give a reader a beautiful Heritage Ornament.  This ornamanet will become a keepsake and something you will proudly display in your home year after year. (Canada)

Heritage Collection ornaments are made in Poland in the age-old European tradition. It is entirely made and painted by hand and was mouth-blown by dedicated, skilled artisans.

Discover more about the craftand inspiration behind the piece at Hallmark.com/Heritage

Merry Christmas! Happy Holdiays!

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9 comments:

Tara Betterley said...

One of my fondest memories is the last Xmas we had with my grandmother. The family gathered and we share our Ukrainian food.. It was awesome to be with the family and just enjoying our time together. We lost her the following June..

2012july/Cheryl Grandy said...

I have fond memories of Christmases at my grandparents' farm. All my aunts, uncles and cousins would be there. My grandfather would remark that the children were getting anxious to open presents (We all knew that it was really him that wanted to get at the presents!)

Lori's Place said...

One of my fondest childhood memories is just being mesmerized by the Christmas tree lights. Now we celebrate St. Nicholas Day with our children and are making memories for them.

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flowerchild said...

One of my fondest holiday memories is waking up on Christmas morning and running to the tree with my brother and sister to find all the presents.

jemrah said...

as a child, I remember staying awake all night because I thought I heard reindeer hooves on the roof !

Joanne Saunders said...

My fondest memory of Christmas was always waking up Christmas morning to smell my Mom brewing coffee. Although I was way too young to drink coffee, I loved that smell.

Jenny Major said...

my fondest moment was my daughter's first christmas

arron said...

Great article, love your sharing so much, thank you!

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