Chocolate Greeting Cards – Giveaway #21

Giveaway | 14th January 2013 | By

Continuing the theme of a healthy January, I have a chocolate giveaway for you that shouldn’t put on any pounds. Noble Works is a US site that sells humorous birthday and greetings cards. They sent me a selection of chocolate themed cards and have offered up the same set of six for one of my readers.

I’m not sure these are quite in my style; I’m nowhere near glamourous enough, but I had to agree with the sentiments expressed in one: “What do I call a small box of chocolate? Not enough“. They are a bit of fun and I think I have friends who will appreciate them. They all come with red envelopes and are delivered to your door from Hoboken, Noo Joizy (New Jersey).

Noble Works have kindly offered readers of Chocolate Log Blog a 35% discount when they buy online by using the following code – CHOCO.


This giveaway is open to any readers anywhere in the world.
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  1. Leave a Reply

    15th January 2013

    I would visit Carlo’s Bake Shop to sample some of their Italian pastries.

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    grainne marnell-fox
    15th January 2013

    think i would head to mulligans as irish bars are usually the best

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    Jane C
    15th January 2013

    I honestly dont know what i would want to do first, maybe walk around and see what is there.

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    Penelope Hewitt
    15th January 2013

    I think I would have to have a wonder round and see what was there and find somewhere awesome to eat

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    peter hall
    15th January 2013

    Find out if I talked through my nose whether anyone actually understood me!

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    15th January 2013

    mmmm – now I’d probably find a park and just sit and take in the sights (wink wink)

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    Lucy Taylor
    16th January 2013

    sightseeing, shopping & food!

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    16th January 2013

    I would visit Carlo’s Bake Shop and order an extravagant cake and pastries that I’ve been drooling over from afar through my tv 🙂

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    16th January 2013

    I’ve learnt from google that Hoboken is where the cake shop from Cake Boss is – so I would have to go there! And stock up on some baking and candy goodies from the nearest Wal-Mart 🙂

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    Jane Willis
    16th January 2013

    The first thing I would do, as with everywhereI go, is look to see what the restaurants in the area are like #greedy

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    16th January 2013

    I’d go to the Tourist Office (if there was one) and ask what the best things to see were.

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

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    16th January 2013

    check out the real estate .. I love house hunting …. Where ever we go I just have to look at the most expensive house in the window and ooo over the details and prices!!!
    @kohsamuirosie on twitter

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    Beky Austerberry
    16th January 2013

    I would go sight seeing – never been abroad so would use the opportunity to explore new food and places.

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    17th January 2013

    The Bliss Spa sounds amazing but would take a walking tour to view as much as possible

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    17th January 2013

    Absorb all the different cultures and the wonderfulness of such a beautiful place

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    17th January 2013

    Go sightseeing but enjoy hot chocolate and delicious cakes from one of the cafes when I need a break.

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    18th January 2013

    Jump up and down with joy because it means I have been on a plane and I don’t do flying!!

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    Faye Lester
    20th January 2013

    I wouldn’t search in google to find a place that exists and pretend I really want to go there. Much better to meet some of the locals and ask for tips on where to go or even cheekier a tour!

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    Dee Johnson
    23rd January 2013

    I would have a walk about and weigh the place up then i would make a mental list of all the places i wanted to visit. Try and get around as many places as i could.

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    Sally Carter
    23rd January 2013

    Find a Dennys and then, over breakfast, study a map. Then would have a wander around the place and take lots of photos.

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    Wendy Lam
    23rd January 2013

    I’ll be making my way to Hudson River and walking down River Street with my valentines before doing some free kayaking =D

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    24th January 2013

    Have a huge Denny’s breakfast – Yum! @lorrainesaeed

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    Sue Bowden
    24th January 2013

    Just mooch around and take everything in.

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    laura evans
    24th January 2013

    Pier C Park as the views look stunning from the photos and then i’d find a nice little cafe to take in the views and have a nice bite to eat and a drink 🙂

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    24th January 2013

    i would go to a baseball game and then try out some of their gourment eateries

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    24th January 2013

    find the best coffee shop

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    24th January 2013

    I like to try out the local restaurants – no matter where I find myself. – Judith R.

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    Isabel O'Brien
    24th January 2013

    Probably find a map, since I don’t know where that is. Somewhere near New York? Possibly?


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    24th January 2013

    Look around the suburbs – I used to read loads of Judy Blume and some of her books were set there!

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    25th January 2013

    i’d love to stand on the pier and look at the manhattan skyline

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    25th January 2013

    touring shows shopping and dining

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    25th January 2013

    I would shop, sightsee and treat myself to lunch, refeshments etc to refresh myself before deciding on my next venture.

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    26th January 2013

    Definitely shopping, eating and sightseeing. 🙂 😀 Want to see if I can have anything stranger for breakfast than gateau and ice-cream. Which I had in Florida. Good luck to everyone x

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    Hazel Christopher
    27th January 2013

    Wherever I go I always try to seek out more local hotspots rather than tourist places or well known places, I suppose I’d try and get talking to some locals and find out where they recommend I go and see.

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    lisa tebbutt
    29th January 2013

    i go to carlo’s bakey get a couple of cakes and them go fro a walk down by the river and look at new york city eating my cake’s like i did couple of year’s ago 🙂

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    30th January 2013

    be lost! and like uk tourist and have a cup of tea ..and Jam n cream scone..

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    2nd February 2013

    Do a bit of sight-seeing, then a bit of sunbathing 🙂

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    susan martin
    2nd February 2013

    enjoy the breathtaking scenery then enjoy a lovely jam scone with real jersey cream and a pot of tea :)) x

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    2nd February 2013

    A stroll along the Hudson River Waterfront, Lunch in one of the delightful shops and general sight-seeing

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    5th February 2013

    I would go on the Mangia Hoboken! The Hoboken Food & Culture Tour

    Paul Witney

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    Amanda Hurst
    8th February 2013

    Take in the sites and the amazing people….then go and eat lots of great food and shop till we drop. Shall I pack yet?

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    Deb Hambleton
    10th February 2013

    Find the nearest cafe and watch the world go by whilst planning out my trip

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    10th February 2013

    Wonder how I’d got there (could have sworn I was at home a minute ago looking at my computer). Decide it must be alien abduction. Go and find a coffee shop and decide how I’m going to get home! 🙂

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    10th February 2013

    I’d love to go on the hoboken food tour, preferably with my friend who could pop over from her home on Long Island 🙂

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    rachael jones mann
    11th February 2013

    i would take a wander around to soak up the atmoshpere of the place then look for somewhere to eat ! sightseeing is hungry work !

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    11th February 2013

    I’d go sightseeing after a visit to Carlo’s Bake Shop

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    11th February 2013

    I would like to go on the Sinatra self guided walking tour and look at all the points of interest from Sinatra’s early life, I am a huge fan of his 🙂

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    Cailyn Cox
    11th February 2013

    Quirky and delicious, what could possibly be better? I have several special birthdays coming up, I think I would be the most popular of everyone I know if I won this awesome giveaway 🙂 ) Holding thumbs a million times over. so great <3

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    Sallie Guest
    11th February 2013

    Lepore homemade chocolate shop sounds a fab place to be
    especially for a chocoholic like me

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    Stephen Postlethwaite
    11th February 2013

    Indulge indeed

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    12th February 2013

    Ooooh! What a good question! Probably find the best diner and get eating!

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    Susan C
    13th February 2013

    Find the best local places to eat, and shop in little boutiques – surely there are some of those in Hoboken – we have them in Kansas! 🙂

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