A Mother's Day Old-Fashioned Gift Idea That Keeps on Giving

Raise your hand if you can remember a time when you went to the mailbox and saw a hand-addressed greeting card staring back at you.  I bet you can't.  Let's change that!  May is just two weeks away. The first week of the month brings with it so many reasons to celebrate and to show our love for some important people in our lives...Teacher Appreciation Week and Mother's Day!

eWillow.com Greeting Cards is all about ensuring that the art of sending greeting cards does not become a thing of the past.  At this special time of year, we would like to show our appreciation to those of you who also believe it is important to share handwritten sentiments by offering you a special offer from now until May 8th.

Use coupon code EXTRA6 at checkout to receive $6 off our most popular subscription package.  (This savings is in addition to the $20 that you are already saving by ordering and paying for a quarterly subscription up-front.) Your mom, grandma, favorite teacher, or other special woman in your life will receive a box of ten curated handmade greeting cards every three months for one year.  It is a great value and a fabulous way to show your love.  It is a gift that keeps on giving!

You might also enjoy ordering a one-time card package.  It's a great way to see what eWillow.com's subscription boxes are all about.

Shipping is always free. Below is a sampling of some of the cards from previous packages.

*the EXTRA6 code and free shipping offers are only good for orders purchased and shipped withing the USA.  offer ends May 8, 2014 at 11:59pm eastern time*  for more information, contact info@ewillow.com
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