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GIVE AWAY from Push the Envelope

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Our next give away is from Push the Envelope custom stationary designs.

Caroline, the talented women behind Push the Envelope, used to be a designer for the music industry in LA. Now she is a work-at-home mother of four in Virginia, specializing in custom party invitations, announcements & graphic notes, stickers & notepads.


Check out these adorable calling cards.

One lucky commenter will get their choice of a set of 20 cards in one of the following custom designs:

Chevron print

Baroque print

or the multi-choice (which Caroline was so sweet to send to me as a baby gift! See my girls names?)

Please check out the Push the Envelope website for some really great stationary designs, and then leave a comment here with your choice of card design.

Comments will be closed on Sunday, April 24 at midnight.

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  1. oooooooh, how beautiful! there is nothing like a handwriten note, and doign it on these beautiful cards would make it that much MORE special!

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