This blog post has been sponsored by Papyrus. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
As many of you know, the global pandemic has put a lot of pressure on families and my family is no different. With relatives sprinkled throughout the world, and myself residing in a foreign country for almost a decade, PAPYRUSⓇ Greeting Cards makes it easier to show our appreciation to each other on special occasions and holidays, and this year I plan on writing a few Mother’s Day cards. If you’ve followed my content over the last several months, you might have noticed that I spent a lot of it reconnecting to my roots, and that meant spending more time on the phone or video calls with my grandmothers and mom. Without hesitation, they spent hours sharing their stories, values, and beliefs and passed on recipes and traditions so I could uphold my family’s dynamic culture.
As we approach May 9th, be sure to buy one more card for Mother’s Day, in addition to your planned card for mom. Target has a great deal: save 5% off Papyrus Mother’s Day Cards via Target circle! You will find all the Papyrus Greeting Cards in one area of the greeting card aisle at Target with plenty of options and designs for the moms in your life. As I spent the afternoon going through each card, I realized that I wanted to take the opportunity to show my mom and grandmothers my love and admiration for who they are and how impactful they’ve been in my life. I love that Papyrus Greeting Cards offer an elevated greeting card experience with unique and beautiful designs, a variety of warm and wonderful wishes, and a truly one-of-a-kind feel!
This Mother’s Day, I’m finally going to be able to give my mom her card in person, and we’ll use that time spent together to write and post Mother’s Day cards for my grandmothers in Indian since we didn’t get to be with them last year. It’s time we celebrate all moms!
Who will you be sending Mother’s Day cards to this year?