Hallmark has introduced its new Cody Simpson greeting cards collection — now available in Hallmark Gold Crown stores. The collection, according to Hallmark, provides Cody Simpson fans a new way to share messages with fellow “angels” and “gentlemen.”
No matter what the occasion — to celebrate a birthday, say “It’s your birthday, Angel!” or to say “G’day” — Cody Simpson greeting cards will make someone’s day, suggests Hallmark.
The cards come in a variety of formats, including 3D cards and Cards with Sound with messages and music from Cody. The cards showcase photos of the teen heart throb and incorporate messages and designs celebrating Cody’s passions — the Australian Gold Coast and surfing.[ Also Read: Taylor Swift Greeting Card Mobile App for Valentine’s Day ]
Recently, Hallmark added a new twist to its Text Bands line with licensed style bands featuring characters, shows and singers kids love. Participating Hallmark Gold Crown stores offered a Cody Simpson style band, plus one featuring the hit Disney show “Shake It Up!” (Read: Hallmark Offers Cody Simpson Style Text Bands)
Cody Simpson Greeting Cards
Some cards also include attachments, such as mini lapel pins, temporary tattoos, locker magnets or stickers. The cards range in price from $2.99 for standard greetings to $9.99 for Big Time Sound cards.
“We are thrilled to share a new way for Cody Simpson’s growing fan base to connect with each other and his music,” said Hallmark licensing director Jenny Hofeditz. “This greeting card line focuses on making each one of Cody’s fans feel as unique and special as they are to Cody.”
The Cody Simpson greeting cards from Hallmark are now available in Hallmark Gold Crown stores. Wal-Mart stores will carry a selection of the cards beginning in late February.
Cody Simpson, a 16-year-old pop star, recently released his debut album “Paradise” and is currently on tour supporting Justin Bieber on Bieber’s “Believe Tour” and will kick off his first European tour in February.
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