Monday, January 18, 2010

It's a Giveaway! Comment to WIN 100 Postcards

Edit: Please excuse the crazy- that's Saturday the 23rd. Which is now today. So get to commenting:

UPrinting has more prize love for you! Comment on this post and win 100 free 4"X6" glossy postcards. Full color printing on both sides. (w00t!) Deadline for comments is Tuesday, January 23rd at 11:59pm EST. Winner pays shipping.

Let me know what you'll do with your postcards. (Check out UPrinting's Postcard Design Templates here.) I'll probably get an Etsy shop promo card with my host bloggy winnings. You could do the same for your shop. You could print up some ads for your favorite cause or your garage band. You could get some snazzy pieces for Operation Beautiful or your own guerrilla art action! Or use it to invite your minions to a sweet shindig or art opening. Use it how you like- but comment now! OK... go.






10 comments:

  1. I'll use them to promote my Etsy shop!

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  2. Probably for pictures of the Rems :-)

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  3. This is me, Kelly Mir, commenting!

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  4. Hey, what ever became of the ones I won, but decided you could put them to better use for a non-profit?

    Nell

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  5. If I win, I'll probably do some promo cards for RFC.

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  6. I'd likely use them for my sex toy business, maybe to promote products or sales rather than as party invites.

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  7. I think I would use them to promote art in the region, I tend to get tired of only a few artists among the many, and since I do wor in a place where art is a necessary feature of life well...it would be a great match.

    Hope to see you soon!

    Gabi

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  8. I'll use them to promote the next issue of Weave!!! This would be awesome-tastic as we can't afford too much swag and our new issue is so lovely :)

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  9. I would definitely use these to promote my card shop on Etsy. It's the only one of my shops that doesn't have any promotional material!

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  10. I would use the postcards to promote my fiancé's fledgling "Jack of All Trades" type of business. Right now, it's mostly a word of mouth situation, but postcards would be a great way to followup with customers or to invite new ones!

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