GIVEAWAY $50 for Holiday Cards!

Since closing my stationery company last year, I’ve had difficulty finding modern holiday cards. So I was doubly pleased when Pear Tree Greetings contacted me with this giveaway opportunity! One lucky reader will win $50 towards an order of holiday cardsstorybooks or personalized stationery (great gift idea!). TO ENTER: comment below on what your holiday décor theme is this year!

There are so many cute designs to choose from, and you can customize colors and fonts to match your theme. And priced at just $0.45 to $2.16 a piece with $5 flat rate shipping, $50 goes a long way!

Plus they’ve got a new referral program: When a Pear Tree customer refers a friend, she receives $20, her friend receives $20 and Pear Tree Greetings donates $20 to CaringBridge, a leading national nonprofit that provides online tools for people experiencing a life-changing health event.

Winner will be announced Friday 12/7. That’s only 2 days to get your entry in to win! Which design would you choose? Be sure to check them all out!

Erika Brechtel

Erika Brechtel

Creative Director

Desiring an online space to explore well-rounded, inspired content in all topics she loves most, Erika created 'The E List' (formerly the Small Shop blog) in 2010. When not enjoying an “occasional" glass of wine and wanderlusting for even warmer climates, Erika can be found sharing laughs with friends and family, and trying her very best to keep up with her 6-year old daughter (yet failing miserably).

  1. Personalized Stationary is such a great gift, I agree! My decor theme for Christmas will be whatever decorations my mother sends down in a box – just moved to a new city living in an apartment – it needs some Christmas cheer!

  2. I think my holiday theme this year is “decorating just enough so that my 10 month old experiences Christmas”. That means I’m putting up a real tree, but a small one. I’ll decorate it, but only with lights and no ornaments. Just don’t have the time/energy this year.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. This year I’m going for all bright ornaments, like turquoise and magenta and chartreuse. Might as well change it up! And these card designs match perfectly!

  4. My holiday theme this year is focused on simplicity! Our stockings, a few festive touches here and there, tree with our classic family ornaments – arranged this year by our 3 year old:)

  5. We have a newborn and a 4-year-old, so our decor theme is very kid centric. Lots of handmade items, school projects and unbreakable ornaments!

  6. Great giveaway! Our holiday decor is traditional (green and red) and simple this year. With very active kids, we can’t have too much clutter!

  7. My decor theme is “all the great discounted items I found at Target last year the day after Christmas”
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. I’m obsessed with holiday decor, I put my tree up the day after Thanksgiving because I was so excited to break out my decorations! Silver and red mercury glass, little silver picture frame ornaments with pictures of my children at Christmas through the years, silver balls filling every glass container in the house, oversized glass ornaments scattered throughout the house, boxwood balls on tabletops, boxwood wreaths on windows, the white linen ruffled tree skirt I FINALLY got around to making. My daughter even gets her own tree for her room (3″tall, pink) filled with glass cupcakes, Barbies, Hello Kitty and whatever sparkle she can find. This year our Elf on the Shelf has added a new element of fun this season, I love setting her up in funny places and my daughter loves waking up every morning to find her.

  9. I’m in a new house this Christmas, so adjusting my Christmas decor to accentuate that. I’m doing an edited, natural look with fresh greenery and whites, creams, and golds. I was inspired by the feature on Marysia Reeves loft Christmas decor in Rue!

  10. We celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, I have decided this year to decorate for the season with the traditional Hanukkah colors: soft blues and silver. Our home looks very festive! Menorah, Christmas tree, you name it! Happy Holidays!

  11. My theme will involve nontraditional colors because I bought some amazing wrapping paper last year that I will base it off of 🙂

  12. We are newlyweds so we decided to do a bridal white theme, with something old, new, borrowed and blue thrown into the mix. 🙂

  13. Theme- first Christmas in new house so want it bright and colorful for the 2 and 3 year old…but know i am missing a lot of Christmas decorations that have yet to be unpacked!

  14. My theme this year is gold/sparkle and a hint of red. The kids get their own tree to decorate as colorful and fun as they want! 🙂