This post brought to you by Mrs. Smiths. All opinions are 100% mine.
Do you send out holiday cards for Thanksgiving and Christmas? I usually send holiday photo cards to family with photos of my boys, but I feel odd sending these to friends and co-workers who don’t really have a close relationship with my sons or never even met them. As a result, I usually send them nothing, and that doesn’t feel right either.
E-cards are a great way to connect to people and let them know you are thinking about them, and Mrs. Smith’s is offering free holiday e-cards on their site that you can create and send to anyone for Thanksgiving or the holidays. They include a free coupon for Mrs. Smith’s pies for both the sender and recipient for one of their pies, and $1 for every Mrs. Smith’s pie purchased during November and December will be donated to Operation Homefront.
So you get free e-cards to let people know you care, free coupons for pies (which equals more free time, because you aren’t baking those pies yourself), and an opportunity help support Operation Homefront. How fabulous is that? And Mrs. Smith’s will also be providing pies to Operation Homefront for Thanksgiving as well!
Mrs. Smith’s Pies are pretty delicious. I baked one today, a Classic Dutch Apple Pie that made my kitchen smell fabulous, and while it was baking I sent out a holiday e-card to my best friend for Thanksgiving. It was quick and easy, and you can send up to 50 e-cards (and each person gets a coupon). If you are looking for a tasty and easy pie to bake for guests who pop over this holiday, try a Mrs. Smith’s pie, and check out their site to send out e-cards for Thanksgiving as well.
Want to try Mrs. Smith’s pie? Let me know what type of pie you’d love to try and one commenter will be randomly chosen to try a pie. Mrs. Smith’s will also make a $20 donation to Operation Homefront in the winner’s name. For an extra entry, follow Mrs. Smith’s on Facebook and/or Pinterest.