Finding a gift for your own child’s birthday or special event is tough…even tougher if it’s not your kiddo, but someone else’s you’ve been invited to celebrate with. OR, even worse, when you need to send a card to someone (particularly a kid), but don’t want to ship a whole big-giant gift. In comes the Best Birthday Gift Ever!
This is truly one of the coolest ideas. Easy for moms and awesome for the kids. This card doesn’t mess around. It’s both the birthday card (which kids really could care less about, but you’re required to buy just because) AND it’s the gift! How simple. No more trolling through the toy aisle hoping you’re picking out something that little boy or girl may or may not like–you know you’ll be hitting the Hallmark aisle.
Wal-Mart’s selection of Hallmark cards makes it so easy. With their wide selection, located right near the entrance of the store, they’ve teamed-up to save moms everywhere from the time spent wandering around the store hoping to find something the birthday boy or girl might like.
We can’t help it if we are SO totally into the Guardians of the Galaxy right now!
I love everything about this poster card. I wish everyone would get me a poster card when it’s MY Birthday (hint, hint!)
I picked up the Guardians of the Galaxy poster (er, I mean card?) for one of my daughter’s classmate’s birthdays this week. He might not have liked the deck of toy-themed cards I thought I might get him when I parked my car, but after walking in the store, I decided this was brilliant!
It’s a card…
Then it’s a poster!
I really think I’ll be buying more of these for the kids with birthdays as the school year goes on–it’s such a perfect gift idea.
Hallmark really has created the coolest mashup of gift & card. Be sure to visit Hallmark online to see who else is talking about Hallmark’s great product selection and to sign up for Hallmark Cards Rewards where you can earn rewards for the Hallmark cards you buy at Walmart. You can For every 5 cards you buy, you’ll earn a reward! You can also join in the #kidscards conversation on Twitter!
Special thanks to #KidsCards and #CollectiveBias for sponsoring this post.