Mom’s Notecards with a Sweet Surprise Giveaway

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With text, e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and other tech conveniences, we hardly take the time to write handwritten notes anymore.  Still, that’s what makes it even more special when we receive a handwritten note from a loved one.

With Sweet Tweets, you can insert last minute reminders, or simple “I Love You” notes into your child’s lunch boxes, school bags and or camp care packages.

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Sweet Tweets are super-fun and extremely versatile, and a great way to make any moment a special occasion! Sweets tweets can also be great to as “forgot about” party favor, placement tags at a birthday party, gift tags and even labels.

Or you can even enjoy them for yourself as you jot down a few “notes to self”!

Created by Bazooka Candy Brands, Sweet Tweets are small, decorated and colorful note cards featuring cute, candy emoticons attached to each.  Coming ten to a package, they retail for about 99 cents available for purchase online at www.sweettweetsnotes.com and will be available at retailers nationwide.

Here is how to enter:

Take a walk down memory lane and think about that one special message that your mom used to say to you, or placed in your lunch box or book bag.

Submit the message via comment below and follow on twitter @sweettweets #SweetSurpriseGiveaway.  Contest ends 5/20.

We will then select (5) winners via random.org and they will receive the “Mom’s Notecards with a Sweet Surprise” Giveaway gift bag and goodies for your next special occasion!

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Share on facebook (button below) or tweet this:  “I entered the @sweettweets Mom’s Notecards with a #SweetSurpriseGiveaway from @myhellodesigns http://wp.me/pYe0d-12Q. Easy entry!”

We are looking forward to hearing about that special surprise from your Mom!

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  1. DEBIJOT says:
  2. DEBIJOT says:

    follow sweet treets on twitter – debijot

  3. DEBIJOT says:

    Mom always said, make sure you have clean underwear on before you leave the house.

  4. Ladytink_534 says:

    I follow them on Twitter (@Ladytink_534)

  5. Ladytink_534 says:

    I never packed my lunch when I was in school but once we went on a field trip and my mom slipped a sweet note into it for me. I really wish I would have kept it.

  6. twitter follower @kolpin4680
    kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

  7. you’re the best thing i ever did.
    kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

  8. My Mom always reminded me that she loved me and I could do it!!

  9. I love you no matter what

  10. Debbie W says:
  11. Debbie W says:
  12. Debbie W says:

    I mom used to call me “Sweetie” an always packed me something sweet to remind me.

  13. Ronalee Duncan says:

    I can’t really think of a message other than “do what I say and not what I do” lol
    In the morning she would sing “wake up little susie” It always made me smile.

    Ronalee{at}aol{dot}com

  14. Lisa Portland says:

    My mom would always write “I love you” on a napkin, but instead of the words she would draw an eye, a heart, and the letter u :o)

  15. follow on twitter @sweettweets

  16. My mom would always tell me :brush your hair before you leave the house 🙂

  17. My Mom, ever the diplomat, would always tell me, “No one needs to know you don’t like them.” It’s helped me get through sessions with “difficult” students and clients. My awesome Mom is responsible for the calm way I react to chaotic situations.

  18. My mom used to say when I’d get mad at her or say things like I hate you… “I may not like what you do, but I’ll always love you.”

  19. Mom always told me to treat others the way I wanted to be treated. And if anyone was still mean, they’re not friends I need to have.

    Will follow on Twitter too!

    Julie(at)3momsinone(dot)com

  20. My mom was awesome. She used to say “Take action on what you already believe.” She was fearless around people…and that served her well as a teacher.

  21. I don’t have twitter, so I don’t know if this counts, but the best thing my mom told me (and she told me every day) was that she loved me.

  22. My mom always said:

    Always do your best! That’s all anyone can expect from you. 🙂

  23. Be happy with who you are! The grass isn’t always greener on the other side!

  24. My mom would tell me “It’s okay to be different. It makes you unique.” She was absolutely right about that!

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