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Holiday Gift Guide | Script and Scribble Giveaway (US)

Have you started getting your Christmas cards ready? I normally send mine out the first or second week of December depending on how organized I am that year.  I always enjoy receiving a card in the mail with a handwritten note and maybe a picture or two. It’s so much more personal and heartfelt than an email.

If you also send out holiday cards, I want to let you know about a special promotion that Script and Scribble is having.  They are a personalized stationery and gift store where you can find a ton of gift ideas for everyone on your shopping list. With this special promotion, you will receive a FREE personalized notepad ($24 value) when you buy any quantity of Script and Scribble photo cards! These are exclusive designs that you won’t find anywhere else. I like them because it’s like sending both a card and an updated family photo in one. I usually give pictures in my cards so this would save me an extra step. They have a wonderful selection…I think this one is my personal favourite!

Visit Script and Scribble to see all they have to offer and take advantage of their great prices and selection and cross a few names off your shopping list!

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One lucky reader is going to win a $50 Gift Certificate to Script and Scribble!
Check out the list of all my current giveaways!

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Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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