Sunday, September 20, 2009

Giveaway: 18" x 24” Rolled Poster Print is sponsoring a giveaway for a FREE 18" x 24” Rolled Poster Print for me and one of my readers! (And this one is absolutely free with FREE UPS Ground Shipping!!) You will love their photo-quality poster prints. Create your own photo enlargement or custom poster for free!

What will I do with my free poster print? I'd still like to have this photo printed for my son's room

since the last time I planned to have it printed I ended up using the freebie for this image for our in-the-process-of-being-revamped Children's Church ministry...

(And that new logo looks awesome on canvas!)

I also think this photo would look really good as a poster:

So, how do you enter to win? Leave a comment telling me how you would use the Poster Print if you won.

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Leave a comment, and be sure to leave an additional comment for each of these three options above that apply to you. I will randomly select a winner from the comments on September 29, 2009, at 10:00 p.m. If you leave an "anonymous" comment, make sure I know who you are. ;)

This offer is open to US residents only. FREE UPS Ground Shipping for US residents. The winner will receive an email with the coupon code and instructions on how to claim the prize on October 1, 2009.


Anonymous said...

I think the poster would work great for a gaga gift I have in mind!

Anonymous said...

Grace is a daisy.

Kathleen said...

At first I thought .... oh I don't NEED another poster ... but I would love to make a poster from our trip to Israel this past year ... there are several spots, in Galilee on the lake, at the rock at Gethsemane or most probably at the Garden Tomb ... where we worshiped together at the empty tomb and shared communion served by our precious bishop! What sweet memories!!

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