Send A Flying Greeting Card! (Review and Giveaway – US 18+)

Do you like to send greeting cards for birthdays or holidays?  Want a fun new way to show someone how much you care?  Recently I received a flying card that was personalized just for me; think a Frisbee with whatever you want written on it.  This thing was so cute even my husband, who is not impressed by much, commented that it was pretty neat.  I posted it on my Facebook page as well to show it off because I really thought it was a great idea and the reaction was pretty good!

Take a look at this amazing flying card I got:

Mine is just a sample since it was sent to me for free, but you can customize it to say whatever you want and it will not include the “” stuff on it.  I really think this is a cute concept, and the next time I have a card to send I think I am going to opt for one of these!  Check them out here:


If you would like to win a personalized flying card of your own, just enter on the rafflecopter form below (US 18+)

a Rafflecopter giveawayWritten by Jesica. Disclosure: The Mommy Bunch received a free product to facilitate this review, however, all opinions are strictly our own.

Jesica H

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