For yesterday’s contest winners, scroll to the bottom of the page…

It’s lovely to watch someone open a gift you’ve carefully selected and lovingly wrapped, but it’s just not possible to have every single loved one sitting on the couch with you on Christmas morning. Some live too far or are unable to travel. Some have conflicting obligations. Some might even be deployed and unable to come home.

Just because you can’t hug everyone on your gift list, doesn’t mean that you can’t create a gift that will leave a lasting impression without forcing you to spend as much at the post-office as you did at the store.

Tiny Prints Christmas greeting cards with Tango gift cards are a great way to send gifts to friends and family who are too far to join you for the big day. With over 100 styles we’re confident that you can find the perfect card for everyone on your list. Personalize the card of your choice with photos and text, then chose a gift card amount to print inside the card. The person receiving this heartfelt card visits Tango Card to redeem the gift card at one of many well known retailers, and, if nothing catches their fancy, they can choose to donate their gift card to charity or trade it in for cash.

We want to make it extra easy for you spread love to all the people in your life, so today, like we did yesterday and like we’ll be doing every day until Saturday, Tiny Prints and Tango Card are giving away a $50 greeting card gift cards each day to five winners.

All you have to do today is comment on this post letting us know who you would love to be able to hug this Christmas morning or telling us which of the Christmas greeting cards is your favorite. (A new contest post will be posted tomorrow, so be sure to come back to enter again!)

Please note: Only one entry per person, per day. Entries must be posted before midnight and must include a valid email in the comment form (This email is for our eyes only and allows us to contact winning parties). Winners will be selected with the help of Random.org and announced the following day.

Brightly Lit Christmas Greeting Card by Tiny Prints

Yesterday’s winners were…

TB says:
December 16, 2010 at 10:20 pm
my preference is for “sleigh cheer”!

Ana V. says:
December 16, 2010 at 6:17 pm
I love the EXTENDED HOLIDAY Christmas card- I would love to send it to all my family!

Sara Phillips says:
December 16, 2010 at 5:49 pm
How do I pick just one?!
I like the Merry Crossword and the Three Wishes the best! (I think!)
Thanks for the chance!

Priscilla says:
December 16, 2010 at 2:06 pm
I love theSnow Globe Fun : Peppermint card, it is really beautiful.

Nancy C. says:
December 16, 2010 at 12:47 pm
I love the Sleigh Cheer card!

Congrats!Winners will also be getting an email from us confirming your win. If you’d like to see all of the paperwork behind the random drawing, email us at blog@tinyprints.com and we’ll be happy to send it to you.
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96 Responses

  1. Michele says:

    I wish I could hug my best friend- she is expecting twins in the spring and we haven’t seen eachother in a year because she lives on the other side of the country.

  2. ellen m says:

    I would like to hug my husband, kids, and Santa Claus!!!

  3. sharon says:

    would love to be able to hug my oldest sis, but she died almost 3 yrs ago…I sorely miss her~

  4. Nichole Pate says:

    The closest thing to hugging the person I want the most is to close my eyes and feel the warm arms of my PAW. He passed suddenly in 1996 and I miss him so much. Anyone that has ever lost someone dear to them should do the same. Think of how they made you feel, how they smelled, and how much you love them. Do you send cards to heaven?

  5. Emily Acker says:

    I would hug my little brother or sister who died through miscarriage almost a decade ago!

  6. Alison says:

    I would love to hug my grandma who will be thousands of miles away this Christmas.

  7. Oanh says:

    I would love to hug my little niece Thanh. She lives in Texas now and I got to see her last year in Arkansas. I miss her.

  8. Emily says:

    I would love to be able to hug my grandparents on Christmas morning. I lost both of them this year, so unfortunately it won’t be possible. Luckily, I can squeeze up my little guy and my hubby and I get to feel all their love.

  9. Lisa Lambert says:

    I would also hug my dad! This is my first Christmas without him:( He was such an inspiration to me and my kids! My dads favorite holiday was Christmas! I hope he’s in heaven enjoying the season! Love you Dad!!!

  10. Stacy F. says:

    Imaginary Carol is my FAVORITE Christmas greeting cards because it made me smile! I can just “imagine” any type of picture working with this card, too… silly children, adorable babies, or roudy teenagers!

  11. Jeannette says:

    If only we could have one last family group hug with our beloved mom who was killed in a car accident 3 1/2 months ago.

  12. Heather says:

    If I could hug anyone, I would actually wish to see my daugher and son hug their grandmother who passes suddenly last year. Mt daughter was the love of her life and I know she would love to see her now…and meet her grandson.

  13. taylor k. says:

    I would love to send the “steamy mug” card to my grandmother! 🙂

  14. Tiffany W. says:

    If at all possible, I would like to extend a hug to those that are alone on Christmas morning. On Dec 25th, I will wake up with my husband and two little babies to celebrate the holiday; for those who won’t have that luxury, the love and companionship of family, or those who have come upon hard times, I wish to wrap my arms around them in hopes of providing them even just a fraction of the comfort and support I am so lucky to have each day.

  15. Lydia says:

    I love the “Ornate Embroidery” card in the gray and raspberry! ♥

  16. colleen says:

    I would hug my grandparents – all of them! 🙂

  17. Ashley says:

    I wish my Mimi was here to spend Christmas with us. She would love meeting all of her great grandchildren. She passed away 13 years ago today.

  18. Donna says:

    I woul love to hug my sister who’s in Sydney for a few years.

  19. Martha says:

    I would love to hug my three beautiful girls and my husband on Christmas morning! I am very blessed but our daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 3 years ago and I would love to hug my sweet little girl without this for even one minute. I want her to feel carefree again…to be a kid without thinking about diabetes!

  20. lilcg says:

    I love the kissy christmas card–so cute!

  21. Crissy says:

    I would love for my 9 month old twins to hug their Grandpa on Christmas day!

  22. Stephanie Bergstrom says:

    I love the “Three wishes”. I would love even more to hug my grandmother Jessie, who was so special in my life. She had the softest skin and warmest smile. Very missed indeed.

  23. Liz I says:

    I’d love to be able to hug my mama on Christmas morning! She died when I was 14 and went to heaven to be with Jesus….so instead I’ll be hugging my two little boys and being so gratefull for the chance to be their mama!

  24. Guenevere says:

    I wish that I could hug my Mom and Dad, but they are thousand miles away. I will hug my husband and my kids =o)

  25. Sara Dawkins says:

    I’d love to hug my Grandma, but we lost her several years ago – so I’ll hug a bear that I keep on my couch in her honor!!

  26. Cindy says:

    My favorite card is Three Wishes, because it beautifully illustrates what I wish for my family, friends, and indeed the world!

  27. Aimee says:

    I love the Merry Crossword cards! I love being able to share more than one photo with family that live far away!

  28. Amy says:

    I would love to hug my brother. He is 12 hours away and we never see him. I love the Christmas tree charm card!

  29. Cindy D says:

    I would love to Hug my Mom, but she passed away several years ago, so instead I will hug my daughters.

  30. Shannon V. says:

    I would love to hug all of my family that will be spending Christmas hundreds of miles away.

  31. Alison says:

    I would love for my sons to hug their granparents who live far away.

  32. Brandy Ugent says:

    When I was little I would send cards and letters to my grandma. We both had so much fun reading and writing to each other and I remember the joy of getting a note from her. I would love to give her a hug this Christmas season even though we are miles apart.

  33. Shannon says:

    I would hug my sister who lives 10 hrs away in Nashville:)

  34. Khanh says:

    I would like to hug my Auntie who is living in Canada by herself, raised and took care for me in 24 years. Three years ago, she got a car hit her when she walked to the Post Office to send my Birthday card. She could walk now without using a walker but she still can’t come to visit us this Christmas. I would love to send my Auntie our ((( HUGS ))). Then another (((HUGS ))) to my little first Niece that my kids still didn’t have a chance to meet her since she’s born until now (1 year!).

  35. Jennifer Edwards says:

    If I could hug anyone this christmas morning,  it would be my Dad who died 6 years ago at the age of 46. He never got to meet my daughters who are 2 1/2 and 3 months so id make sure they got a big hug too . I’d give up every gift this Christmas for 5 minutes with him again xx

  36. Jill says:

    Hugging my immediate family Christmas morning is the best gift.

  37. Melissa B says:

    I would hug my neice who lost her father and my sister who lost her husband 4 years ago on December 15th. My neice turns 4 on January 1st which means she never got to meet her daddy. While we are at it, I would love to hug that brother-in-law because that would mean he is here for us.

  38. Melissa B says:

    I love the “brightly shining” card. I looked through them all several times because I love photo cards but I kept coming back to that one. Beautiful!

  39. Shandell says:

    I would love to hug my grandpa who sadly my husband + son didn’t get a chance to meet. He was one of my best friends!

  40. Amanda says:

    I would love to hug my grandmother in Florida. She fell a couple of weeks ago, broke her leg, had surgery, and is now staying at a nursing home for therapy. I live in Louisiana and am a therapist myself providing therapy to other patients in similar situations. I have a busy caseload and a 5-year-old daughter; I haven’t seen my grandmother in over 18 months and it feels pretty terrible to not be able to help her now when she needs it!

  41. Nicole says:

    I would love to be able to hug my mom and little sister on Christmas! However, I am grateful I get to spend this Christmas with my grandparents. Seeing them spend Christmas with all three of my children for the first time will be a blessing:).

  42. Cris says:

    My favorite card is the “wreath” card – so versatile! I would love to be able to give it, along with a HUGE hug, to my 2 grandmas & 1 of my grandpas, all of whom have passed away. I do still have 1 grandpa & a huge family to spend Christmas with, though, so there will be lots of memories and hugs shared in their honor!

  43. Serena Adkins says:

    I would love to hug my mother this Christmas holiday. I haven’t seen my mother in 2.5 years now. She hasn’t seen my son yet and that truly breaks my heart. My husband is in the military and I live miles and miles away from my mother. We can’t afford to go home as often as we would like but I am hoping one day soon we will be able to. If I saw her this Christmas, I would not only give her a big hug but I know that I would also shed a lot of tears. This is my holiday wish.

  44. May says:

    I would love, love to hug my father and both my baby girls (ages 2 years and 6 weeks) at the same time. My father passed away 7 years ago when I was 25. I would give anything for him to still be here to meet and see my babies grow.

  45. Lori says:

    My favorite is Christmas tree charm!

  46. heather says:

    I would love to be able to hug my stepmom this Christmas. Her and my Dad married earlier this year and she has been such an amazingly kind addition to the family.

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