Fun and fanciful Stocking Stuffers and Gifts at great savings! For artist and writers, those who like to entertain at home and for just about everyone who wants to send messages of love and friendship, Little Note Card has something wonderful to place in that stocking or under the tree this season for someone you care about. Visit us today – SALE ENDS FRIDAY, 10/28/16 – Little Note Card



Invitations That Get Noticed!


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Let Little Note Card make your next party festive and memorable with its fabulous INVITATIONS for all Occasions—Wedding and Baby Showers; Dinner, Cocktail, Garden and Engagement Parties. Really cool INVITATIONS for all types of Celebrations!

Invitations for All OccasionsSo stop by and start planning your next get-together today!

Make Someone Smile When They Open Their Mailbox Today!


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When sorting through your mail, you notice a hand written little envelope mixed in with everything else. You feel happy and special! You wade through all the other mail before opening it! You’re curious yet excited at the same time.

Shoe Note Cards from Little Note Card
So why not make someone you know feel just as fabulous? Little Note Card is offering a unique assortment of boxed Note Cards at their Special Spring Sale. From florals, to sassy shoes and scrumptious delights to sailboats and seascapes, there’s something for just about everyone. Send love and kisses to someone you’re thinking about today! www.hudsonhomeandgarden.com


Fill-In Party Invitations Make Entertaining Easy!


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Little Note Card Fill-In Party Invitations

Perfect time to start planning fun get-togethers with pretty Fill-In Party Invitations ready to put in the mail. Your RSVP’s will exceed your wildest expectations. Little Note Card’s Fill-In Invitations make planning parties easy and breezy!

Need a special message – let us design a custom invite for you. Small minimums, quick turnaround. Visit www.hudsonhomeandgarden.com

Cool, Colorful Journals that Inspire your Creativity!


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Colorful Journals for doodling!

Fill these cool journals with your poetry and sketches—great for just doodling! Colorful covers showcase 80 blank bright white pages bound with extra strong black spiral. Choose from sunny-happy sea life motifs to flower power and vintage shoe patterns. Visit www.hudsonhomeandgarden.com

Please Join Us for a Pizza Party!


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The days are getting longer and brighter and maybe you’re itching to get outside and socialize…could be it’s time to put together a little soiree with friends? It can be simple, yet beautiful and delicious.

Imagine a splash of warm Mediterranean sun and some good hearty food! Why not serve homemade pizza along with a great salad and some lively fruity-red wines and malty-rich beers? Sounds good, right?

Pizza Party Fill-In Invitation from Little Note CardAll you need now is to spruce up your diggs, send out your invites and start preparing your pizza. We’ve got you covered there too! Check out these easy to use fill-in Invitations ready to pop in the mail.

And here’s the recipe for an amazing homemade Margherita Pizza!

Happy Pizza Party!

Classic Margherita Pizza

Makes two 10″ pizzas

1 pound pizza dough, store-bought or homemade
1 pound (2 large) ripe summer tomatoes or 1 16-oz can whole or diced tomatoes
1 clove garlic
1/4 cup loosely packed basil, sliced into ribbons
8 ounces mozzarella cheese, sliced
Salt and pepper

Heat the oven to 550°F or as hot as it can go. Place a baking stone or baking sheet in the oven as it heats.

Divide the dough in half and shape each half into 10″ rounds. Set aside.

Cut the tomatoes into wedges and trim away the stem area. Gently squeeze the wedges over a bowl to remove the excess juices and seeds. Combine the tomatoes with the garlic and half of the basil in the bowl of a food processor or blender. Process until the tomatoes break down into a sauce, scraping down the sides as needed. If desired, strain to make a thicker sauce.

Spread a light layer of the sauce over one of the rounds of pizza. Top with half of the slices of mozzarella. Leave some space between the pieces of mozzarella.

Transfer the pizzas to the preheated baking stone or baking sheet. Bake for 5-10 minutes—exact cooking time will vary depending on your oven temperature. Pizzas are done when the crust is deep brown with charred spots and the cheese is bubbling.

Top and bake the second pizza. Sprinkle each pizza with basil as it comes out of the oven. Let them cool briefly before slicing and serving.

Recipe compliments of The Kitchen.