Free and Under $1 Father's Day Cards!

I got an email this morning letting me know that TinyPrints has Father's Day cards for only .99!  They can only be purchased through this link using the code GC99.  They apparently are not listing the deal on their website, it's via email only.  The deal starts May 31, I posted this too early!
I can't wait to make David's first Father's Day card and include a photo of him and Georgia.  You can also choose to include a gift card with the card...I think he needs a Starbucks gift card, he's looking pretty sleep deprived lately!
If you signed up for the three free cards membership plan TinyPrints offered a few weeks ago, then you can get a Father's Day card for free.  They will also mail the card to your dad (or any recipient) for free.  I'm definitely going to take advantage of this - with a newborn, the fewer errands I have to run, the better off I am as you can probably tell by my lack of blog updates since Miss Georgia arrived!

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