Mommy Cards go Trick or Treating

Mommy cards are helpful when moving to a new neighborhood!
A customer of ours moved to a new neighborhood in the fall. She had her mommy cards, complete with contact info and her child’s photo already made (her first wise move), but proved she was a genius when she came up with the brilliant idea of taking them along Trick-or-Treating with her child on Halloween. After all, what other time of year is it acceptable to ring every doorbell in the neighborhood and introduce yourself? When she met someone she wanted to connect with, such as a family with kids her own child’s age or, better yet, a potential babysitter, rather than engage in a long conversation (not possible with a giant ladybug tugging at your sleeve to move on) she dropped off a mommy calling card. It was a great way to say, “I’d like to get to know you.” Kudos to you, Mommy. Our customers are the smartest!

In addition to mommy cards, be sure to check out our Halloween photo cards and Halloween invitations. And for more Halloween ideas, keep reading our blog.

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5 thoughts on “Mommy Cards go Trick or Treating

  1. I think that’s great except I wouldn’t put a home address on there. Too much info when you post photos. You never know where that card could end up and I don’t want anyone having that much info with a photo of my child. I have mommy cards and all they have is my email and phone # and names. Cute idea otherwise!

  2. This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing websites that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. It?s the old what goes around comes around routine.

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