Friday, March 19, 2010

Giveaway: Customized 18x24 poster (CLOSED)

How would you like to have a favorite digital photo made into a professionally printed 18" x 24" poster?




All you have to do is leave a comment to win a photo enlargement poster print from UPrinting.com!

UPrinting does a fantastic job with the entire online printing process. Whether or not you have ever worked with a company to print online, I can wholeheartedly recommend UPrinting! I have already had two photos enlarged with poster print offers from UPrinting that I used as Christmas gifts for my children, and they loved them! This is what's in Josiah's room:


This is what's in Robert's room, where I used a photo he took at a car show with a little lot of PhotoShopping to personalize it for him, including a tag with his favorite band, Family Force 5:


I will also receive an 18x24 poster print for hosting this giveaway. My husband has great plans for using the poster print to promote the Children's Church ministry at our church.

The details:
  • 18x24 Poster Print for One (1) Winner
  • Paper Stock: High Gloss or Semi Gloss
  • Specifications: 1 Business Day Turnaround
  • Shipping: FREE UPS Ground Shipping
  • Eligibility: Limited to US Residents only; ages 18 years and older

To enter to win, leave a comment on what you plan to do with the custom poster print! If you subscribe to my blog posts by email or by feed, leave an additional comment for a total of two chances to win. Your second comment can be as simple as "I get your email." (Want to receive my blog posts in your inbox? Click here and enter your email address when prompted.) When you leave a comment, make sure I have your email address. I don't necessarily see your email address when you leave a comment, and I must have your email address if you are selected as the winner!

I will select a winner from the comments at 9:00 p.m. on March 30, 2010. Prizes will be awarded via a coupon-coded link emailed to the winner.

What would you have printed as a poster? Leave a comment and let me know!

Comments are now closed.

10 comments:

Stacey Schrader said...

I would have a picture of Dylan blown up and then I would Mod Podge it to canvas to hang in his room.

Martha McCance said...

My thirteen-year-old Shih-tzu, Kudzu, is suffering from many symptoms brought on by aging, and I am praying for wisdom about when to humanely end his suffering. (He has been my child since his big sister Adrienne went away to college 13 years ago!) I would love to have the best shot I have of Kudzu and Adrienne enlarged into an awesome poster-sized print that I can hang in my home office so I can see them both every day!

Life with Kaishon said...

Oh my goodness. This is like such a great giveaway! I LOVE pictures! : )I don't know if I ever told you or not : ) I would get a big picture of our neighbor who is going to have to go back to Bangladesh soon. We are going to miss him so much. I would let him take the picture with him! : )

Anonymous said...

I would have one of the picures of our New York trip blown up and frame it and use it in the dining room cindy

Anonymous said...

I think I would get a poster made of Bill.

Anonymous said...

I get the e-mail. And I would like a poster made of Ed Chigliac.
Jay

Anonymous said...

I would have a recent engagement picture put into a poster! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Stacey S. said...

I could think of several uses for the poster, but I have a really cool picture of Dylan that a photographer friend took that I've been wanting to have made into a poster for a while now. (this one is for the emails)

Sherri said...

I would have a photo of my two beautiful babies blown up to that size and put in their room! I know they would love it just as much as I would! :)

Anonymous said...

Amy - your kids are gorgeous (and that's true whether or not I win the great photo giveaway). I know exactly what I would print. I would print the photo I took last year that has become my greatest reminder to Hang Out with God each morning. I've named the photo "Solitude" and it shows my prayer chair out in the woods in front of an old wooden cross. The setting is so peaceful and it was a big success for a speaking event I did on surrender. The image is forever burned onto my heart and I would love it LARGE to hang in my office on the crazy days. What a great reminder on how to get my peace back. All the best to you!
Susan Conley

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