A Happy Hallmark Christmas!

Saturday, 9 December 2017

Christmas is such an amazing time of year, filled with fun, family and friends. However, before the fun can begin, if you're like me, you'll have many lists of things to do, ranging from getting the tree and decorations out of the attic to writing out Christmas cards and working out when we can buy our veg without shopping on Christmas Eve.

Now don't panic, because Hallmark can help make things that little bit easier for us by ticking off at least two of things on our lists! They have a fantastic range of both Christmas Cards and cute stocking fillers :)

Hallmark, the pioneer of the greeting card, has been creating greeting cards and gifts for over 100 years and because of their quality and reliability, they've even been voted a UK Superbrand!

Christmas Cards

There really is a card for everyone, whether you're looking for a single card for a family member or a box of luxury cards for friends. Here is a very small selection of the 5,000 plus greeting cards that are available:

My favourite cards have to be the Luxury Pop Up Christmas Cards and the Luxury 3D Keepsake cards. They are really pretty and fun! I can just see my friend's reaction when she opens her card!

That said, the designs of the pack of 12 Christmas Cards are so pretty :)

Itty Bittys

Itty Bittys are brilliant and super cute gifts, perfect for stocking fillers! Collectible plush toys that are available in Disney, Comic Book Superheroes or Christmas characters, they are just right for popping into the top of a stocking :)

Here a just a few of the vast range that are available :

They really are so adorable! I can see why they're so popular, plus, they don't have to be just for little ones. My sister would love the Santa Mickey and Minnie Claus :)

Hallmark really does have everything you need to help with the last bits on your Christmas to do list!
You can find out more about Hallmark and shop online on their website. You can also find their fantastic range of everything Christmassy in greeting card stockists around the country. They can also be on Twitter and Facebook.

Disclaimer: I was sent a range of Hallmark Christmas Cards and Itty Bittys in return for my honest opinion. As always, all opinions are my own.