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F is for… Father’s Day Cards for Dad!

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Earlier today I went shopping for cards for the dads in my life. By the time I left, I had spent as much as if I’d just taken the kids out to lunch! Fortunately, I was by myself and could spend some time perusing the various greetings to find something I liked. After all, usually I’m trying to keep my daughter from reading the racier jokes, while forcibly restraining my toddler from grabbing and reorganizing the entire card section. And yet, I still can’t say I found the perfect cards or that I didn’t leave frustrated.

And so, I was thrilled when given the opportunity to partner with Blue Mountain eCards. I’ve been a fan of eCards for a while. They’re good for the environment, there’s tons of selection, and you can shop from home. All good things! But I had no idea how many types of digital and printable gifts are available for Father’s Day! Aside from Father’s Day eCards, Blue Mountain also offers Father’s Day Quotes and Poems, Father’s Day Coloring Pages, and Father’s Day Coupon Books. I especially like the printable coloring pages, because they’re a fun activity with a personal touch for younger kids who aren’t necessarily ready to make their own cards.

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Screen Shot 2016-06-09 at 5.06.55 PM (1)Blue Mountain offers various membership types, along with a 7-day free trial. A cool feature is that you can plan delivery ahead of time, in case you’re like me and tend to forget about events until it’s (almost) too late. So, if you are still looking for the right card or gift for Dad, check out Blue Mountain, or see what they’re up to on Facebook or Pinterest.

(Thanks to Blue Mountain for partnering with me on this post. This post contains sponsored content. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.)

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4 Comments

  1. It’s safe to say when you can’t figure it out or need real help, a Dad is the greatest resource you could possibly have.

  2. I used to LOVE blue mountain, thanks for the reminder!!!

  3. I must live under a rock because I have never heard of blue mountain! Sounds like a great resource though! I will have to check them out!

  4. I also find it very hard when shopping for cards, especially for someone that means so much like my father. On the other hand, if I were to use my own words, I’d have to write a letter or an email, and that’s just something I don’t wanna do on father’s day. So thank you for the hint! Blue Mountain will certainly do the job.

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