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“Some things are too good to keep to yourself.” That is how I felt when I received a surprise package in the mail. I knew the sender and that I had not ordered anything from them recently. Then I opened the cardboard package and saw another package. This inner package, though, was wrapped in a bow. What could it be?
This is where the good news made me feel giddy. Starting today, August 30th, my favorite dollar store, Dollar Tree, is now carrying Hallmark cards!!! Expressions From Hallmark will be $1 each and Heartline a Hallmark company will have cards 2 for $1! No more excuse about having to pay $4-$5 per card for special occasions in your life.
While the price is low on these cards their look and feel is not. The recipients will not be able to tell you picked these up from the Dollar Tree. Coverings a variety of life events and including a pre-written note inside, you can now find an economical choice at one of the 6,500 Dollar Tree stores nationwide to help share your notes of joy, sorry, and love.
Dollar Tree and Hallmark will also be coming together to offer a few other Hallmark card lines – Mahogany, Vida, and Tree of Life. These lines are aimed to filled the need in certain racial or religious groups who may often feel a bit overlooked by the normal selection found in stores.
In addition to the Expressions and Heartline line of cards I also received a few from “joyfully yours, a Dayspring Company”. These cards allow you to express your faith in just the right way, whether it be for a holiday, special occasions, or moments big and small.
If you have even been on the expectant end of my card mailing list, you would quickly find out that written notes and cards are not my strong suit. A large part of this is due to my frugalness getting in the way. It is not that I do not love or appreciate you to that extent, but would rather spend the money to take you out for dessert than to purchase a piece of paper which would end up in the trash in a few hours.