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Advertisements Launches with Unique Take on Free Baby Card Invitations For New Moms

Chic, stylish and utterly covetable, offers more than standard birth announcement cards or personalized baby shower invitations. From the excitement of expecting to the joy of arrival, it empowers shower organizers, moms and savvy shoppers to choose how their budget is spent while guaranteeing vibrant, fun and fabulous stationary suitable for any occasion.

Website visitors are offered a range of beautifully designed cards, given a selection of personalization and printing options and then invited to pay for the card of their choice or get their preferred design for free by dragging and dropping a selection of discountdownload (1)coupons or ads on the back of the folded card. The coupons are printed on the back of each invitation for family and friends to redeem at their leisure, with the mom or baby shower host given free rein to pick the offers most relevant to their circle of guests. Adding a coupon reduces the price of the card, with mom in sole control of how many coupons are used and whether the card is paid for in part, in full or not at all. is the vision of entrepreneur Melissa Minahan and combines money saving prowess with designer panache. As a mom and expectant mom, Mrs. Minahan has made it her mission to transform baby card invitations in to something everyone can afford. . She said, “Our goal is to provide new moms with the opportunity to share their experience with friends and family at a very low cost or even free. Most of our sponsors are small companies started by moms. They all have a great product and are excited to be able to help.”

Each card on the site has been created by an experienced designer, giving a boutique stationary feel that can be personalized with the addition of photos, a different color palette or a new font. Cards can also be custom designed. After personalizing and selecting which coupons should be included, the online proof can be shared on Facebook before the order is placed. This means friends can also give their input on the design before the cards are printed and dispatched. Designs can be saved and accessed around the clock, while at home or on the move.

Each free baby card invitation is printed using the latest digital printing technology on to thick cardstock for lustrous colors and a luxurious feel. Cards are delivered in a beautiful box with matching envelopes, leaving nothing to do but decide on the guest list.

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About Whether you’re pinching pennies or simply a smart shopper, wants you to celebrate the moments of your life with beautiful stationery at affordable prices. And what’s more affordable than free?

Founded by mom-trepreneur Melissa Minahan offers beautiful, designer cards printed on hefty paper. Announce the birth of your newest arrival, invite friends to a shower, or write thank you notes on personalized stationery, all at no cost to you. Skip the hassle of pricing the newest products on a variety of websites. specialises in stylish cards at an unbeatable price and all cards are printed on 60% recycled paper. Instead of being tossed in the round file bin at the end of the day, the partnership coupons on the back mean that they’ll be used again. We’re doing our part, one card at a time.


Obama’s Tearful Reaction to to School Massacre

US President Barack Obama Friday said the US needs to take “meaningful action”, regardless of politics, to prevent more tragedies in the wake of a deadly shooting spree in an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

In an emotional statement at the White House briefing room, Obama repeatedly wiped away tears as he spoke, saying the nation was “heartbroken” over the deaths of so many innocent children. The country has seen too many shootings over the years, he said.


“The majority of those who died today (Friday) were children, beautiful little kids between the ages of five and 10 years,” Xinhu quoted Obama as saying. “They had their entire lives ahead of them, birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own.”..Click Here

New visa norms make travel easier between India, Pakistan

India and Pakistan Friday operationalised the new visa norms, paving the way for easier travel for the people between the two countries.

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The agreement to liberalise travel between the two countries was signed in September when the then external affairs minister S.M.Krishna paid official visit to Islamabad and signed the accord with Pakiastani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar.

Under the new visa norms, the number of touristic destinations have been increased from three to five… Click Here

Jeev Milkha Singh honoured with lifetime award in Brunei

Dec 15 Jeev Milkha Singh, the first Indian professional golfer to join the European Tour in 1998, celebrated his 41st birthday in advance as he was honoured with the Asia Pacific Lifetime Achievement Award.


Jeev was in the august company of 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus and eight-time European Tour Order of Merit winner Colin Montgomerie of Scotland.


The award was given out on the eve of the sixth edition of the Royal Trophy between Asia and Europe, which began Friday in the capital of the Sultanate of Brunei.


“This is a massive recognition for something that I have absolutely loved to do for the past two decades,” said Jeev, who turns 41 Saturday…Read More

Glamorous roles also require acting talent: Deepika Padukone

She has done glamorous as well as non-glamorous roles but Deepika Padukone feels sad when people think a glamorous role does not require hard work.

“I think the role is more important. It is a misconception that a glamorous role doesn’t require acting talent. It’s a bit strange, because I think at the end of the day, any kind of film — whether it is glamorous or ‘de-glam’ (non-glamorous) – requires acting. Acting is acting,” Deepika told IANS in an exclusive interview…Read More

Katrina Kaif secret is not secret anymore

The desi girl who earlier resided in a foreign nation Katrina Kaif has rubbished claims that her overseas upbringing has ever been a hurdle in her career in the star studded Tinsel Town.


Interestingly, the long limbed 28-year-old actor has said that this has rather worked in her favour as she has become more adaptable with time she has spent from going places to places.


Throwing a light on the revelation, Kat says that she had roamed in around 8-9 countries around the globe during first 12 years of life. “This has made me exceedingly easygoing.”… Read More

Salman makes crew groove on ‘Hud hud dabangg’

Bollywood star Salman Khan not just knows how to keep his audience entertained, but also the members of his films’ crew. Recently, he made everyone on the set of “Dabangg 2” groove to the hit number “Hud hud dabangg”.


The 47-year-old jumped up for an impromptu jig on the song from the 2012 blockbuster “Dabangg”… Andhra Reporter

Government wins FDI vote in Lok Sabha

The Manmohan Singh-led government saved itself some possible embarrassment Wednesday when it comfortably won the vote in the Lok Sabha on foreign investment in multi-brand retail that is seen as important step in its reform process. It also won another motion on amendments to the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) to facilitate its initiative.

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Both the motions had been moved by the opposition. The first, main, motion on the government’s decision to allow 51 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail that would allow global supermarket chains to set up shop in India was moved by the BJP and the CPI-M. The second one opposing amendments to FEMA was moved by the Trinamool Congress.

20 years after Babri razing, India has moved on

Twenty years after the Babri mosque demolition sparked off the worst communal clashes after the subcontinent’s partition in 1947, India has moved on. But analysts and politicians say there has to be a constant secular vigil.

20 years after Babri razing, India has moved on

Despite the then government’s pledge, the razed 16th century mosque has not been rebuilt. On its ruins now stands a makeshift shrine for Hindu god Rama, guarded by hundreds of heavily armed security personnel… Andhra Reporter