Send Some Valentine's Happy Mail with American Greetings


This post is sponsored by American Greetings; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Last year I hosted a fun "decorate your own cupcakes" Galentines party at my home with my best gals. Hosting large groups in my home is not an option this year, but that doesn't mean that I still can't celebrate the "love" holiday. I can still let my girlfriends know that they are special to me with a shipment of happy mail.


Packages don't have to be extravagant-- each one includes some small treats and a beautiful American Greetings card with a personal note. Small gestures can go a long way. AND-- who doesn't like to receive happy mail??!


Harris Teeter is one of my weekly stops for groceries, and they also stay fully stocked on greeting cards for every season and milestone. Right now you can buy 3 cards/save $4 on all American Greetings cards at Harris Teeter. I've been buying American Greetings cards ever since I was a little girl, and they have the most beautiful and creative cards. I stocked up for all of my happy mail gift boxes.

Nervous about shipping cookies and baked goodies in the mail? I feel you! With delays in shipping right now, I'm opting out of sending actual homemade goodies. Instead I'm sending all of the items for my gal pals to make their own sweet treats to celebrate at home. I've pulled together small items like Valentine's themed cupcake liners + toppers, boxed cake mix, candles, lollipops, stickers, confetti, etc. Everything my besties need to celebrate at home alone or with their sweeties.

Remember that your happy mail boxes don't have to be extravagant or too costly. Some small Valentine's themed items and your American Greetings card are all you need to create a cute little box of happy to send to your friends and family.


Here's to making your loved ones feel special this Valentine's Day and beyond!


XO,

JuJu