We love coming up with Valentine’s Day ideas year after year, and this year we are helping you gather clothing ideas to get the perfect Valentine’s Day photo of your darling kiddos! Our What to Wear for your Family Photos series were such a hit during the holidays we just had to share with you these cute Valentine’s Day ideas. The inspiration for these three outfit ideas came from our Valentine’s Day photo cards.
Toss up metallic confetti, wear festive top hats and blow crazy horns, because it’s time for celebrating! It’s a new year filled with goals and wishes waiting for you to make them come true. Every year, we are all guilty of making some of those ordinary resolutions that you see slapped across ads, such as “lose 10 lbs.,” “drink less caffeine,” “save more money,” “eat healthier,” etc. Although those are all fine ideas, this year why not try something different and craft resolutions that will make you a better version of yourself. Here are some New Year’s resolution ideas to get you started!
1. Be Connected
It’s too easy to lose touch with friends and family. Make a commitment to connect with them throughout the year. Don’t just send a text (even tough we are all guilty of it). Actually take a few minutes to write a personal note and stick it in the mail. Or make that extra effort to meet up. Why not host a get-together with distant friends? Take the initiative to rekindle those relationships.
2. Be Giving
It’s not always about giving money (although, that’s generous too), but about giving your time to help others. This year, rather than just writing a check, go through all of your closets and donate clothes, volunteer at the humane society or send care packages overseas. If you’re crafty, make blankets or hats for those in need, and if you’re sporty, organize a basketball tournament to collect donations. Give back by using your own special talents. Make a difference in people’s lives by giving. Continue reading →
2. Top 5 Baby Photo Ideas: This adorable baby photo idea has stolen the hearts of many of our followers with over 1,700 repins in just a few short months. It is such a cute idea for a newborn photo and one that would look beautiful on birth announcements.
Summer is coming to a close as we are upon the last few days of August. From our top 5 products it seems as though our customers had a lovely summer and have shared a few memorable milestones with family and friends. Take a peek below at the top five best-selling products customers are buying at Pear Tree Greetings this month.
1. Newlywed Monogram Wedding Thank You Cards. Our top-seller this month was our Newlywed Monogram Wedding Thank You Cards which allows the happy couple to share four photos from their wedding day. This card continues to be a favorite among couples.
2. Chalk Art Halloween Invitations. Following the wedding thank you card is our top-pinned Halloween invitation, Chalk Art. This design is perfect for getting the Halloween party started with the poster-style font, the playful text and the skulls and crossbones.
A special collection of our award-winning designs are now available on the mobile app, Red Stamp! Users can now personalize a greeting from their smartphone or tablet on the go, and print the greeting for a small fee or send it immediately as an e-card for free. If the user orders printed cards, Red Stamp can address, add postage and mail them directly to the recipients. If sent as an e-card it can be shared via email or text messaging, or posted to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
We are excited to announce that we were featured on the FOX television show, Bethenny, Monday, April 21. In this feature, we were able to help make the dream of a “mompreneur” come alive with a donation of 30,000 napkins to help her business. Watch the video below to see her story and watch her reaction!
Stacey’s business, Love-N-Notes, began with a desire to brighten her daughter’s day at school. Her daughter had a learning disability, and Stacey wanted to connect with and encourage her during the day, so she began including napkins with hand drawn messages in her lunchbox. Once she saw the positive influence the napkins were having on her daughter, Stacey decided to start a business.