Giveaway :: Cardstore

Tuesday, June 11, 2013


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 When I was 15 years old, I wanted to be a greeting card editor. I wasn’t exactly sure what this job would entail but I was pretty sure it meant I would have unlimited access to greeting cards for life. And that was reason enough for me. As I got older, I realized different dreams but I never quite forgot my passion for card giving and card getting. I even started creating my own from a very young age. If only I would have had access to Cardstore.com, friends.

Cardstore.com is a one stop shop for custom greeting cards that get sent directly to whoever you want.

With Cardstore, it’s all about you. Cardstore blends the very best of design and messaging into a top notch, ready-to-mail product that’s stamped with your own personal touch. Now you can create and send the perfect card that expresses exactly what’s on your mind, whenever the occasion (or inspiration!) strikes.

Whether you prefer photos or text, don’t let the special days marked on your calendar go unnoticed. Simply create an account and you can send birthday cards, anniversary cards, just because cards to everyone in your life. If you need my address, just let me know.

Cardstore.com is giving away one $50 Visa gift card to one lucky winner so that you can purchase your own custom cards! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Tuesday, June 18th. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit Cardstore.com and tell us: Choose a card design to send to your fifteen year old self. What kind of card is it and what does it say?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, 24th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    rachel says:

    I’d get the “Peacock So Fly” card as a reminder to my unsure-of-myself 15-year-old self that I wasn’t so bad after all. 😉

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    deborah f says:

    I liked the photo cards. I would send photos of my old self playing with my 2 grandsons. Life is full and rich. At 15 I never thought I would have a home and a family

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    Kate B says:

    Hee, the Not Wearing Pants card makes me laugh now. I’d probably send that to show 15-year-old-Kate what her sense of humor was going to develop into!

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    Mami2jcn says:

    Oooh to my 15 year old self?  That was a sensitive time.  I wouldn’t want to do that over again.  I immediately had to look in the “sympathy card” section.  I like the “PAINTED BUTTERFLY” card that says:  “Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.”

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    I would send myself the “You Are Awesome” card, because when I was 15 I needed to hear that from someone to know everything would be ok later in life, even though I was a big dork. 

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    Pumpernickel says:

    “Sometimes the prettiest flowers grow in the biggest pile of shit.” I felt alone and uncared for. I think 15 is an uncertain and scary time in life for any young woman but I was so lost that I really could have used a person that I would turn out all right.

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    Aleta says:

    “You are loved” … 15 was so awkward! And I was constantly trying to figure out who I was according to everyone else in my life. I needed to know that I was loved. 🙂

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    Holly Wert says:

    Sunflower Smile “Whenever I think of you, which is often, I wonder what kind of day you’re having – what’s on your mind, what’s keeping you busy, what’s making you smile…”


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    Heidi says:

    I’d send myself the encouragement card with a cartoon squirrel under an umbrella in the rain:
    Flowers love rain.
    People, not so much. Just wait. Your blue skies are on their way.

    Because I didn’t feel like I fit in with the groups at high school, but college was a blast!

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    Angie says:

    I’d send myself a Taylor Swift Totally Amazing card because it’s beautiful, and I didn’t compliment myself enough at age 15!

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    Courtney J says:

    I chose the “Fabulous You” card, and the inside of the card would say, “Like this flower, you will bloom.”

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    Tiffany says:

    I would send the Painted Unicorn card to my 15 year old self. At 15 and on a mission to be an adult I would often deny the pleasures of my childhood enjoyments. My heart sang when I saw this card. The child in me spoke. I loved unicorns growing up but at 15 my room was filled with dark, “ungirly” colors. Posters of trucks covered the walls and rock music filled the room. In the card I would tell myself that it’s Ok to be true to BOTH versions of myself. That it is possible to be sensitive and tough. That I don’t have to choose one extreme or the other. Instead I will find myself somewhere in the middle and be completely at peace with that.

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    Wehaf says:

    I would send the “You are Fabulous!” card to myself, and tell me to not be so hard on myself.

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    sam says:

    I would send my 15 year old self the Cheery Overkill card –
    “I’m sending you hugs smiles sunshine rainbows and butterflies……. — I could of really used all of that at 15!! 

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    Sydney says:

    I would send my 15 year old self the “You have the strength” weights card – to 1. remind her that she’s strong despite her lack of muscles or boys, 2. to stay away from the weight room atmosphere (she’ll understand that instantly haha).

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    Henria O. says:

    I would have sent the Watercolor Friendship Birds to myself! It says: “Front:

    Friends Make life Beautiful…Kindness Compassion Generosity Inspiration Understanding Love


    Thank you for sharing your special gifts with me.
    ” Friendship is always such an important part of growing up!
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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    ELIZA ELLIOT says:

    I like the ‘Bacon is Healthy” card…maybe I should’ve eaten more of it when I was younger! =)
    thanks for the chance to win. truckredford(at)Gmail(Dot)Com

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    Jennifer says:

    I would send myself the card that says, “You are awesome.”  On the inside, I would write, “read these words every day. believe these words every day. Repeat both every day.”

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    Gali says:

    I would definitely pick a collage card with photos of the random stuff I’ve done ever since I turned 15. I remember thinking back then that I would grow up and just become part of society but now, at 27, I can honestly say that I am one of the coolest 27 year olds I’ve ever met and have managed to stay very much away from the beaten path. 

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    Tabathia B says:

    the best friend tree card because the insides states …’cause in the end, best friends are always there.  and that could have opened my eyes to some of the people I thought would be better friends and weren’t 

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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    cindy says:

    What an amazing store! I would definitely send myself the “Life sucks sometimes” card. I feel like everyone was always telling me everything would be okay and things of that sort, and sometimes i think it is nice to have a little honest acknowledgement that yeah- it sucks sometimes. and then you can move on to the it getting better part 🙂

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    Brittany K says:

    i would send myself a photo card with photos of my grandfather and my friend jessica, both of whom i lost far too early in life.