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Hallmark, has always been associated with the most heartfelt, thoughtful and timeless greeting cards. They have been known to make a few of us shed a tear on more than one occasion.

WonderMoms has been asked to take a look at their Spring and Summer 2012 collection. I must say, there is much more there than I would have thought from a greeting card company.

For Easter, they have several very unique and wonderful gift ideas, including the Squawkin' Egg Droppin' Hen. Mama Hen squawks and lays her eggs as she sings and dances. It coordinates nicely with the Egg-cellent Mama Hen book. The little ones would love it. Retails for $30.95, but can be purchased for $19.95 with purchase of 3 Hallmark cards. Very cute, sure to make the kids giggle with glee.

My favourite however, is the Abigail the Bunny Interactive Storybook Buddy and Storybooks. Having a daughter named Abigail makes it all the more lovable. Unlock the magic in each book as Abigail the Bunny (not the daughter) responds with sound to different phrases. She'll light up your child's eyes and imagination. Abigail and the Balance Beam interactive storybook is free with each purchase of Abigail the Bunny plush toy.

For Mother's Day, they have some wonderful little trinkets including some sterling silver necklaces. These necklaces are expressive, functional and unique-each pendant and gift box strengthens the message of love with just the right words that only Hallmark can convey.

Lets not forget about Dad: how about a picture frame shaped in the form of gears? They can be hung on the wall solo, or intertwined like cogs of a gearbox. This assortment of gear-shaped frames is fun to stack and move on a desk or bookcase. They would also make a great paperweight. They retail for a very reasonable $7.95 each. A gift sure to get Dad's motor running.

Here's hoping everyone has a wonderful Easter.

Visit your local Hallmark store for more information.


Disclosure: I am promoting this on behalf of Hallmark.
I received products to cultivate this post.
The opinions on this blog are my own.