Hatch Cards: Review + Giveaway

I've finally started organising Lile and Sábha's 6th birthday party. We made last-minute invitations for their school-friends last night when I suddenly realised that we won't see any of them again before it, as it falls over the Easter break. We are now in full planning mode and all-things-birthday are being discussed in great detail.

With that in mind, I have a little pre-birthday-yet-birthday-related giveaway for you today!

I was offered some fabulous Hatch Cards recently for review. They are 'augmented reality greeting cards' that will extend the life of birthday cards indefinitely. Usually, greeting cards get read, placed on a mantelpiece or shelf, admired for a week or two and then are stuffed in a memory box or, sadly, maybe even into the recycling bin...

These cards are completely different. Take a look at our video to see how they work, and then read on to see how you can win some for yourself!

So, they're cool huh? I think they're really cute and clever and they were definitely a hit here.

The cards retail at £2.99 GBP which is about €3.80-ish Euro, so they're not more expensive than the 'most well-known' greeting card brand but they are definitely a lot more fun!

If you'd like to win SIX Hatch Cards, please enter my giveaway by using the gadget below:

If you are a parent with young children in school you will definitely make use of these! (Probably in the space of about three weeks...) I think these cards, which are like a gift and a card all in one, will make you the coolest parent/aunt/uncle/giver of gifts to children ever .

For another chance to win, there's also a competition running on Facebook run by Hatch Cards. Click HERE to enter that.

Good luck!

Disclosure: I was sent three Hatch Cards for the purposes of review. All opinions are my own and I was not paid to give them. 


  1. The robot one for sure! These are fab!

    1. I love that one too! I adore retro robots. Best of luck!

  2. These are great.....I have a roarsome boy who would grab that lion for himself and of course the fairy would be nabbed 'fairly' (sorry!) quick too!

  3. They would like so many but I think I would go with the penguin!

  4. They would like so many but I think I would go with the penguin!


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