Receiving the email about the Trollbeads Share a Christmas Card 2018 upcoming event is a joy to share in my post today. Combining sending Christmas cards with fellow Trollbeads enthusiasts names matched up through Trollbeads is a unique letter-writing spin!
This is my first year to be participating. (And yes, there are beautiful prizes they are offering in a drawing each day in December!) I’ll have more on that later in today’s post.
Trollbeads Share a Christmas Card
This is the link for shareachristmascard for registering. Please note, the Share a Christmas card is its own link and is a different link from the Trollbeads site. You will end up needing to enroll (for free) with Trollbeads to get a Trollbeads Id; at the registering link, it takes you through all of the details.
“Share a Christmas Card with a Stranger is a fun event where you and your Troll friends around the world can get in touch with each other by sending and receiving Christmas cards – and at the same time have the chance to win beautiful prizes.
Join the fun and make this Christmas a little warmer!”
Registration began on November 5th. “ – the earlier you register, the better your chances are in the lottery.”
Other dates include:
Find your Troll ID and addresses under ‘My Page’.
Lottery begins – check in to see if you are a lucky winner – every day in December!
Last day to register received cards and send a greeting.”
Trollbeads Share a Christmas Card Christmas Lottery
“Each day of December we will draw winners in the Christmas Lottery! Win beautiful Trollbeads beads setting the scene for the season.
Some days we will have one winner … some days two – or more.
Check back regularly to see if you are one of the lucky winners! The winners will also be contacted directly by e-mail.”
In conclusion, I’ve been collecting Trollbeads since 2005 thanks to a certain muse here at AnchoredScraps! The glass beads are especially beautiful and stunning.
From my initial looking around at the Share a Christmas card site, it looks like I’ll be sending five cards, and there is the option for requesting to get to send an additional five. If you are reading my post today, perhaps we’ll end up sending to each other – talk about a small Trollbeads world!
Attribution & Thank you to the following I’m referencing today for my daily blog post encouraging letter writing –
Trollbeads Share a Christmas Card website, images, excerpt
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