The Flower Shop Coppell … Giveaway

Contest is over – CONGRATULATIONS to:

Ann Black commenter #25

Ann  says:

February 9, 2011 at 2:03 am

After my husband had surgery two years ago he couldn’t get out to get me roses as he often did for Valentine’s so he sent me a Love Poem that he created and it is beautiful and lasts longer than the roses ever did because I will have it forever. We will have been married 54 years this year.

I also liked SheisDallas earlier today.

A little quaint store in a seemingly quiet strip along Sandy Lake Road in Coppell, a small boutique, a florist named Steve calls this place home.   Home of The Flower Shop.

She Is Dallas Info:   The Flower Shop, 600 E Sandy Lake Rd, Coppell, TX 75019, Phone: 971-393-0146, http://flowercartusa.net

Valentine’s Day is approaching very quickly and I am pretty sure that some of our She Is Dallas fabulous reader’s still may have some shopping to do. Well, what do you know, I have the perfect giveaway just for you. She Is Dallas has a $30 gift card from The Flower Cart aka The Flower Shop, that I am so excited to be able to offer to one our loyal reader’s.

One of my favorites:

Fifth Avenue Present The Flower Shop

Fifth Avenue Present

Lush red roses in a sophisticated polka-dot gift box all tied up with a brilliant red ribbon. Innovative, imaginative, impressive “ puttin’ on the ritz with a touch of glitz!

The ravishing bouquet includes red roses and red spray roses accented with fresh greenery. Delivered in a stunning polka-dot gift box with black and white water-resistant tissue paper set off with a bright red ribbon. (description & photo compliments of The Flower Shop)

I love flowers, the smell, the beauty, the way they brighten a room. Another reason flowers are a gift of choice is because they can be given to anyone; mothers, grandmothers, daughters or daughter-n-law, friends and so on. Everyone loves flowers, well most people love flowers. Your gift card can be used for Valentines Day, Happy Birthday, Just Because or just a simple “I am thinking of you”.

So, if your looking for a dallas florist delivery this February or beyond, be sure and check out The Flower Shop in Coppell. You won’t be disappointed.

To Enter:

1. Mandatory entry – Leave a comment of your most memorable Valentines Day gift.

Extra Entries:

– Tweet about this post – leave a comment telling us you did so

– Share this on Facebook  – leave a comment telling us you did so

5 entries for the $30 gift card to The Flower Shop (Coppell Florist). Contest will end on Thursday, February 10th at 5pm.

Good Luck!

38 Comments

  1. Leah Clark says:

    What a fun give-away. Thank you for offering it. I’ll share on FB as well.

  2. Cindy Chapman says:

    My most memorable Valentine’s Gift was the engagement ring my husband gave me. After a clever scavenger hunt, the last note led me to him on his knee popping the question!

  3. Jill Chambless says:

    I liked you on facebook. (By the way, my college room mate for 2 years was from Paris, TX;)

  4. Jill Chambless says:

    I liked you on twitter.

  5. Dawn Graham says:

    Most memorable gift – the year my husband ordered flowers online (bouquet in a box). The company delivered wilted flowers on try one, delivered to a closed office (Sat) on try two so they were wilted on Monday, and try 3 was wilted. 4th try was great since they used a local florist to personally deliver a gorgeous bouquet of yellow roses at 6pm a week after Valentine’s Day on icy roads. Poor hubby hasn’t had flowers delivered to me since and that has been 6+ years ago!

  6. Dawn Graham says:

    I liked you on Facebook and have family from Paris too! Where else can you find Jesus in cowboy boots? LOL!

  7. Jill Chambless says:

    Best Valentine gift – my hubby bought various items and hid them throughout our condo. I had to hunt them down.

  8. Elizabeth N says:

    My most memorable gift was when my husband took me to the beach for a vow renewal ceremony! A local radio station had put it on – so there were dozens of couples renewing their vows together! They had dinner for us all and even wedding cake to share! I’ll never forget that Valentine’s gift!

  9. Elizabeth N says:

    I like “She Is Dallas” on FB! (liz t. newsome)

  10. Elizabeth N says:

    I like “She Is Dallas” on twitter (giantsis)

  11. Regina DuShane says:

    When i was in jr high a boy had flowers sent to me. Beautiful.

  12. Regina DuShane says:

    Fb fan

  13. Regina DuShane says:

    Twitter fOllower

  14. Regina DuShane says:

    Tweeted giveaway

  15. Laura Shepherd says:

    My most memorable Valentine’s Day would be my 1st with my now husband, when we started dating. He surprised me with a beautiful poem that he had not only written for me, but also had printed and framed. This accompanied a gorgeous rose and a very romantic dinner out. The poem is still one of my most treasured gifts ever received!!!

  16. Laura Shepherd says:

    I LIKEd you on Facebook.

  17. Laura Shepherd says:

    I now FOLLOW you on Twitter!

  18. Laura Shepherd says:

    I shared the promotion on Facebook at Laura Black Shepherd. Thanks.

  19. Michele Davis says:

    I followed you on FB. I love Valentine’s Day. My most memorable V day was our first (with my hubby). Bought me a dozen roses – told me his mother told him to LOL I thought that was so cute.

  20. HappyCampers says:

    The best Valentine’s memory I have is when I was in 5th grade and my stepdad sent a flower arrangement to school for me. I still remember it…it was in this little box that looked like a white picket fence. I need to tell him how much I loved that and I still remember what he did…I bet he doesn’t know I cherish that!

  21. fb friend

  22. Well most memorable would be in 2004- my dughter’s 1st valentines and her 1st snow- we had about 3 inches- needless to say the flowers my husband had ordered did not get delivered that day.

  23. I am also a fan on FB.

  24. After my husband had surgery two years ago he couldn’t get out to get me roses as he often did for Valentine’s so he sent me a Love Poem that he created and it is beautiful and lasts longer than the roses ever did because I will have it forever. We will have been married 54 years this year.

    I also liked SheisDallas earlier today.

  25. Jill chambless says:

    I retweeted on twitter – Jill411

  26. jenniffer eads says:

    like you on facebook!

  27. jenniffer eads says:

    my most memorabkle valentines day was when my husband suprised me with a weekend staycation at a local bed and breakfast! our 17th year anniversary is on feb 12 and of course we were so young when we were married ( i was 20 and he was 19) so we did not have a honeymoon.. after trying for 8 years to have a child we were finally blessed with our daughter who was born close to valentines day so finally last year we got our honeymoon!!

  28. Amy Hudson says:

    My most memorable Valentine’s Day gift was from my dad….my husband and i were going through hard times in our marriage and my dad sent me roses. It meant so much to me and I’ll always appreciate it!

  29. Amy Hudson says:

    I liked you on FB!

  30. Elizabeth K says:

    My most memorable Vday gift was a homemade dinner. It wasn’t the best and we ended up going out to eat, but the thought and effort put into it was wonderfully romanitc!

  31. My favorite valentines gift was a scavenger hunt that my son and husband did last year, at the end I found a beautiful necklace from them. I like you on FB.

  32. Nick Johnson says:

    my wife was into scrapbooking so she made me a card and a collage of us and our son for my desk and I love it.

  33. Cindy Chapman says:

    Liked you on Facebook as well!

  34. Cindy Chapman says:

    Just shared it with my friends on Facebook. Maybe if they win they will have the flowers sent to me! 😉

  35. Hmmm…my husband isn’t big into gift giving so one Valentines when I got a knock at the door and was greeted with an armful of red roses, that was pretty awesome.

    I also liked you on Facebook and follow you on Twitter.

  36. Ann Black says:

    I LIKEd “SheIsDallas” on Facebook. Thanks.

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