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100 Postcard Giveaway!!

It's getting to be about that time of year to start thinking about your annual holiday greeting card, right? 

Postcards are one way to express your affection and care to your loved ones. Leading online printing companies have come up with various designs that will suit up your creativity.  I am delighted to tell you that Uprinting.com has asked me to host an 100 POSTCARD GIVEWAY!  One reader will win 100 5x7 14pt. cardstock gloss postcards!


Can you believe that?  The great thing about this giveaway is that there are endless possibilities on what you could use these postcards for.  Personal Uses (christmas/holiday cards, thank you cards, 'we've moved' cards, birth announcements, etc).  Business Uses ( Promoting an in-store sale, 'thank-you for your business' cards, or just as a mailer to get your business name out there).

The website is so easy to use!  Here are a few examples of postcards I quickly threw together to give you an idea of what you can can do with these postcards:

You can completely start from scratch and create a custom card by uploading photos or designs and then adding text, shapes, colors, etc.


front:

back:

Or they have a ton of templates that you can use:


Seriously, I think this is a giveaway that anyone can use!

To enter:

1) You must be a follower of this blog.  Just click, 'Join This Site,' in the right-hand column.  If you are already a follower, hooray! You are half - way entered into the giveaway, just do the steps listed below!

2)  Visit this link to the Uprinting.com website, after doing that come back here and simply leave a comment telling me what you would use the cards for if you won.

**For additional entries, facebook, tweet, or blog about this giveaway.  Leave a separate comment for each one you complete.



The last day to enter this giveaway will be Thursday, October 13th.  The winner will be announced the following day and will receive an email on how to claim their prize.

Comments

  1. I would either use the giveaway for Christmas cards or business cards.

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  2. What a great blog! I just found your blog and am really impressed! Can't wait to come back for more...totally becoming the newest follower!

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  3. This comment is for Becky C. who would like to enter the giveaway. She contacted me on facebook and said my blog wasn't letting her comment. (I don't know why!) So, I am doing it for her! She said she would like to use them for Xmas Cards :)

    Thanks Becky!

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  4. I would love to use these for Christmas cards! OR Thanksgiving cards, which would be fun! Or New Year's cards... which is what my Christmas cards end up being. OR... well, you get the picture.

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  5. Ok. I'm using firefox and we'll see if it will allow me to leave this comment. Holidays coming up....I would use them for Christmas cards most likely

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  6. Hmmm so many options, I think I would use them for birth announcements or Christmas cards (can't decide). I am so bad at sending those out. Maybe these would help motivate me!

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  7. Christmas cards for sure. Maybe thank you cards.

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  8. These cards are best for the birthday celebration !!
    excellent work by their layers ,shapes ,coloring too!!
    custom credit cards
    plastic id cards online

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