Thursday, September 24, 2009

Give-away: 250 Custom Greeting Cards



Well, we still have an
open give-away for a custom poster print (go enter!  this would make such a fun holiday gift, and few people have entered, giving you great odds to win).   But Uprinting.com is just going wild with the give-aways lately.  I know some of you entered and didn't win our last give-away of 250 custom greeting cards, and they're offering another set!  This time, they've listened to feedback and eliminated the shipping fee.  So it's just a good old fashioned freebie.   

A bit about what is up for grabs:
Uprinting.com's greeting card printing allows you to upload your own designs and create customized holiday cards.  They offer a free support number and Live Chat on the site to assist you with the design and submission of your order.  The give-away set of  250 7" x 5" (folded to 3.5 x 5") custom greeting cards has a value of over $90.  Envelopes aren't included.  Free UPS Ground shipping within the United States.

How to win:
1) Post a comment saying how you'll use the prize if you win.
2) Blog about the give-away (with a link to this post and to uprinting.com) and comment here for one extra entry.
3) Follow or subscribe to Chronicle of an Infant Bibliophile and comment here for one extra entry.
4) Tweet about the give-away @uprinting and @I_Bibliophile for one extra entry.

Deadline: Midnight, EST, October 1, 2009.  Offer open only to U.S. addresses.

Disclosure: Chronicle of an Infant Bibliophile participates in Uprinting.com's Blog Sponsorship Program and will receive a "Blogger Appreciation Prize" of 250 greeting cards in exchange for hosting this give-away.

39 comments:

Lisa said...

Ok, I'm here! Can I win? ;)

It WOULD be nice to have the Christmas card portion of the holidays done. Or, I could use it for the shop, right? Maybe no one else will enter....

Lisa said...

Forgot to say that I subscribe.

MJ said...

I'd get Christmas cards.

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

MJ said...

I follow


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Amy Starr said...

Wow, I'd definitely do Christmas cards - haven't been so good about those, but this would make it easier!

Amy Starr said...

I'm a happy subscriber!

The Fam said...

We just moved to a differnt state and I would love to create "we've moved to NY!" cards.

tutugirl said...

We recently moved to a new state. It would be a nice way to keep in touch with back home. I could send Christmas cards to everyone I know.

tutucuteforme (at) hotmail (dot) com

Every day life said...

I would do Christmas cards but it might be nice to do Thank you cards too.

Miranda said...

Thank you cards for my wedding!!

Tonya said...

I would have them done with one of my paintings on the front and then they would be all occasion cards.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

Christmas cards is what I would get

Fiona said...

Well that would take care of some of the Christmas shopping!

aimee said...

Definitely holiday cards with our dogs dressed up in silly costumes. Oh, maybe us dressed up in silly costumes. :)

athrahans(at)hotmail(dot)com

simone/ thebubbledies said...

I would use it for xmas cards and if I could split the order, I would get some thank you cards too! Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

simone/ thebubbledies said...

I follow your blog. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

mogrill said...

I would do Holiday cards. Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

mikaroni said...

I'd design the cards with a sketch of my family and use them for little notes to friends and family.

{Mika H | mikaroni at gmail dot com}

courtneystoffel said...

I would use these as holidat cards for my office.

hebert024 at aoldot com

jj said...

I would use the cards to keep up with family and friends from the Carolinas to Washington state. i have slacked off in previous years because of cost and babies, but my toddler could help me design and write this year.

her5boys said...

I will use it as Christmas Send-Out's!

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Sabina361 said...

I'd definitely do Christmas cards!!

sabinarod@yahoo.com

degood said...

I would do christmas cards with all four kids on the front

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

Sue said...

I'd love to use this to do my Christmas cards!! Thanks so much.

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

Egare1 said...

I'd get christmas cards! I'd put my little one on the front and they could double as birth announcements for distant family members, AND they'd update people with my address!

Too useful!

Egare1 said...

I'm a blog follower!

Thanks for the great giveaway :)

Luvdaylilies said...

I'd love custom Christmas cards, it would be nice to be creative with greetings!

Thanks for a chance!
Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

Sarah C said...

It's our first Christmas with our daughter, so I would use them to make family Christmas cards to send out to family we don't get to see much.

Sarah C said...

blog follower

Sarah C said...

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Reeva said...

I'd definitely get xmas cards and share them with everyone in my office and my husband's office.

Lentil said...

We'd get holiday cards to introduce the newest member of our family!

masonsgranny59 said...

I'd get Christmas cards.

Anonymous said...

Christmas Cards!!!


a.clover09@gmail.com

Gianna said...

This years Christmas Cards :)

Katie, Kevin and kids said...

Christmas Cards

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