Hallmark Poster Cards for Kids

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Every year, at the beginning of school, my kids are nervous. All of the new can be a little overwhelming. Each year I try to do a little something that offers encouragement and inspiration for them for the upcoming year. Just a little thought to remind them that they are special and awesome and that I believe in them. This year I decided to get them kids cards.

Cards are a great way to inspire kids or just make them feel good. #kidscards

This year I found these really cute Hallmark cards at Walmart. They had a lot of fun characters choices. I picked a Captain America card for James and a Minnie Mouse card for Cady that I thought I fit her pre-tween-ness.

Cards are a great way to inspire kids for the new school year.

I liked the fun, inspirational quotes on the cards: “Happy to be Me” and “Once a Soldier, Always a Hero”. But what is really cool about these cards is that they open up into large posters that the kids can keep.

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The kids loved their cards, and couldn’t wait to hang them on their bedroom doors. Cady said her Minnie Mouse card was “so me”.

Cards for kids that turn into posters that they can hang on their doors.

The cards can be found at Walmart in the card and party section. They come in lots of kid’s favorite characters like Tinker Bell, Disney Princesses, Spider Man, Jake (from the Neverland Pirates), and lots more. They can be used for birthdays or other special occasions. They come in a size that can be mailed or given along with a gift.

Hallmark cards for kids that turn into posters can be found at Walmart. #kidscards #collectivebias

You can also use your Hallmark card purchases at Walmart to earn points for the Hallmark Cards Rewards Program. For every five cards you buy, not just #KidsCards, you will earn a reward. Make sure you sign up for the program and check out great content from other bloggers to see other ways to use the poster cards.

Do you do anything special for your kids at the start of school?

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Jill Patir is a first-time-mom trying to figure things out while still maintaining (for the most part) her sanity. As both a first-time mom and an elementary school teacher, she has realized there is no textbook for motherhood. She is simply learning as she goes. Her writing aims to portray an honest viewpoint on parenting and often says what nobody else is willing to say out loud. You can find her writing featured on The Huffington Post and on her personal blog, First Time Mom’s Manifesto.

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