Monday, October 19, 2009

Free Postcards are Awesome!

Are you tired of giveaways yet? No. I didn't think so.

I have recently picked up a sponsorship from and it is my pleasure to announce to you my first giveaway with them.

The prize is 100 4 x 6 Postcards! The beauties are 14 pt cardstock gloss and can be printed in full color on both sides.


For this giveaway I want to mix things up a little and try something different.

There will be two parts to the giveaway...

For the first part, leave a comment on this post explaining what you would use these postcards for. Get creative folks. Think outside of the box...greeting cards, invitations, thank you cards, save the dates...The options are limitless!

You have until Wednesday October 21st post your comment.

On Thursday I will choose the FIVE best (in my opinion) uses for the postcards and then open a poll. Have all your friends, family and that guy on the street vote for your comment. The reader with the most votes will be the lucky winner!

The poll will close on Monday October 26th.

And because is awesome they are giving me 100 postcards for hosting this giveaway. I'm going to use my postcards for this weeks entry to the design challenge. pink notes. All proceeds will go to Pink Initiative.

Oh and an added bonus to this giveaway is that the shipping is free. What is not to love?

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  1. Postcards are awesome too! I wouldn't likely use the cards this way, but I would recommend anyone getting married use postcards for their RSVPs. Tradition dictates that you put postage on the RSVP for your wedding guests, and a postcard mails a lot cheaper than an envelope! I did this for my wedding and it was very well received. 16 cents might not seem like much savings, but that's 16 dollars you save for every 100 invites. It also means that your invitation is less likely to cost extra to mail (if your RSVP is a card and envelope) because of weight (so potentially another 20 cents savings per!)
    I would, however, probably use the cards to promote my sewing business; a postcard would be great because I could include images of my work on one side and a price list for sewing services on the back.
    Thanks for the chance!

  2. Good morning.

    One thing I was thinking I could use postcards for was for GIFT CERTIFICATES. Someone recently asked me if I offered them for a photography session and at the time, I had not even thought of doing that. I recently have created a few (post card size) but with a regular home printer.

    How wonderful they would look to have them printed professionally with a nice gloss to them........

  3. I want them for our family Holiday pics! That would be so much easier than trying to package all the pics and send them out! Good luck to me! Haha!

  4. Generally Everyone wish free things. That too the above given Postcards looks awesome. I believe everyone will love it.