Custom Mother’s Day Cards from CardStore
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cardstore.
Being a mom is the toughest job in the world! From pregnancy, to labor, to the terrible twos, the tweens and teens all the way to graduation it is a rough job. A job with long hours, minimal vacations, tiny screaming, messy bosses and no pay. Well I wouldn’t say no pay, you get paid in baby snuggles, tiny hugs, butterfly kisses, dandelions plucked from the yard, smiles and laughter and the reward of watching your babies grow and learn into adults. But again it is undoubtedly the toughest job in the world.
When you sit down at the end of the day to catch your breath and thinking about what a tough job it is, it is easy to forget that your mom went through the same thing.
Cardstore made this amazing video to show how being a mom really is the toughest job in the world.
That’s why on Mother’s Day every mother deserves breakfast in bed, flowers and a great card.
I love making cards at Cardstore, they are gorgeous and some of them are hysterical and they are all customizable with your own text and some even with your own picture.
So you just pick your card, a sweet one, a funny one, one with your own picture….
I chose this card because well I AM the good one lol, and I loved that I could add my own picture.
I added my personal picture of my mom and I.
Then you get to customize the text, or use the text provided or both!
Then customize the color and font.
Then they’re you have it a beautiful card ready for your mom on Mother’s Day.
Now here is the easy part, you can have it sent to your house or straight to mom! They will print, stamp and mail it right to your mama!
Right now you can go to Cardstore.com and use coupon code CCF4249 good for $2.49 Mother’s Day Cards (regularly up to $3.69). How great is that!! They are such high quality beautiful cards, this deal is too good to pass up!
So thank your mom for all her hard work at the toughest job in the world and create a custom card just for her, she deserves it!
So all you moms out there what do you think is the hardest part at this motherhood job?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cardstore