Friday Giveaway: Jacki Paper Birthday Cards

we want to share a very fun product we have discovered...



jacki paper, a trend-setting, eco-friendly greeting card company that connects friends and family with fun kidhood nostalgia, has a new line called "the wish makers". These 100% recycled foldable cards, inspired by the wish makers and cootie catchers we made as kids, literally give new dimension to saying happy birthday.

“Now more than ever, we need fun ways of making each other smile,” says jacki paper creator and owner, jacki rigoni. “We’ve taken those fortune tellers we made as kids and turned them into a totally modern greeting card.” Each comes with instructions for folding and sending your birthday wishes.


The five new wish makers feature iconic references to kidhood like hopscotch, jacks, and cupcakes, as well as clean, modern patterns in bright, happy colors. you open the inside to reveal three printed wishes such as “simon says eat cake.” In the fourth, there’s space to write your own greeting and sign your name. since you fold it yourself before sending, It’s fun for both the sender and the birthday boy or girl.

The wish makers are all printed locally using 100% wind power credits. cards are 100% recycled with 50% post-consumer waste, processed chlorine-free and use soy and veggie based inks. “Recycled paper leaves more trees to climb,” says Rigoni. “We do our best to listen to our mother and our mother earth.”

Enter to win your own set of Wish Makers from jacki paper.


To enter, leave a comment answering the following question:

Which was your favorite - Mother May I or Red Rover?

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[this giveaway will be closed on Thursday, June 18th at 11 PM, & the winner will be announced next Friday!]

The winner of last week's giveaway is...

(((((Ginny)))))

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14 comments:

  1. Red Rover. I still think it's fun. hehe.

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  2. Mother May I! I had a horrible experience with Red Rover. Skinned knees, tears, and all. 2nd grade... never again.

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  3. Red Rover, although I am watching a very spirited game of "ring around the rosie" right now and it looks pretty fun.

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  4. Mother May I! We had a really long driveway growing up and when we were young my mom would wait for the school bus with us and so we played mother may I with our mother. What a great memory!

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  5. Mother May I, no question. Red Rover can leave children feeling left out.

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  6. Hello! Without a doubt, "Mother May
    I?!" Wish Makers sure bring back a lot of fun times. Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  7. I am an email subscriber!
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  8. I am a member of your Facebook Page!
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  9. I dugg your giveaway!
    Thanks, Cindi
    http://digg.com/arts_culture/Friday_Giveaway_Jacki_Paper_Birthday_Cards

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  10. Red Rover. There is something about the anticipation, whether it's getting ready to run or holding on so tight to the person next to you's hand.

    Thanks!
    xpbloch(at)juno(dot)com

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  11. I'm on your mailing list!

    xpbloch(at)juno(dot)com

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  12. Cool prize- I liked Mother May I. Red Rover was too painful!
    linjenals at yahoo dot com

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  13. Mother May I, no question.
    Stampnsark@aol.com

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