Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Introducing Treat Greeting Cards from Shutterfly

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend a Cleveland blogger #treatmom event to learn more about Treat Cards, Shutterfly's new line of personalized greeting cards. Treat Cards creates refreshingly personal cards made especially by you. I love sharing pictures of my family so I was really looking forward to learning more about creating personalized greeting cards using my family photos.

The blogging event was held at The DC Pasta Company located in Strongsville, a new restaurant specializing in specialty pastas. I had heard so many positive things about DC Pasta and was thrilled that it was chosen for our meeting location. This was also my first night out since I had Nicholas so it was really an extra special Treat for me!

The Pasta meal I had at The DC Pasta Company was an absolute treat.  Just looking at this photo makes me want to have dinner again there tonight!

What an inspiring group of women invited to try out Treat Cards! A few of the ladies I had already met at previous Cleveland area Blogger events, however, there were a few new friendly faces too. Bloggers from all blogging niche's in the Cleveland area were invited to learn more about Treat Cards.

It was a fun night sampling all of the different pastas that DC Pasta had to offer while we learned more about Treat Cards. As we waited for our meals to arrive, we were introduced to Treat Cards, Shutterfly's newest line of personalized greeting cards.  We all couldn't wait to Tweet about this fabulous new line of greeting cards!

Treat Cards is so easy to use and offers you year round greeting card scheduling. You can either use the calendar and reminder system available on the site or you can link your Treat account through Facebook and import all of your friends birthdays. The best thing about the card scheduler is that I will never forget some one's birthday again, even when life gets a little crazy!!

Treat Cards also offers the "exactly what I wanted" gift card to send along with your greeting card. You choose the dollar amount, they choose the gift card retailer, such as Amazon or Target. They can also choose to receive cash or donate the amount to charity instead.  How easy is that when sending out a Birthday gift?

What a fun night with a fun group of ladies!!!  We all enjoyed learning all about Treat Cards!

What is your easiest way to treat a friend or family member with a personalized greeting card?

Disclosure: This dinner was provided by Treat.com in participation with the #treatmom campaign. I was compensated for this post, however all opinions shared are 100% my own.

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