Wednesday, May 19, 2010
UPrinting.com Rolled Canvas Giveaway!
Have you ever wanted to turn your most precious moments into masterpieces? Get that artist’s feel and transform your favorite photos or work into canvas art. Well now is your chance!
UPrinting.com is a Online Printing company that allows you to do just that! They have printing on canvas to making event tickets and much much more.
Even better is they are a eco-friendly printing company. They print with vegetable based inks and recycle their unused printing paper scraps, printing plates, and ink waste!
They also offer you a free proof before you pay and a free paper sample kit. Another bonus is they have 24 hour live operators M-F. So, you can get all your questions answered anytime of day! How great is that? If you are like me I always do all my picture uploading at night.
So, have you ever wanted to have a picture put on canvas? I know I have! Well, UPrinting.com is offering one of my lucky readers a chance to do just that! They are going to give you a 16 x 20 rolled canvas print.
Mandatory Entry: Be a public follower (private won't count) of Adventures of the Domesticated Mama and then leave a comment here and tell me what picture you would want on the 16 x 20 rolled canvas print from UPrinting.com. Make sure you leave a valid email address so I can contact you.This is limited to US Residents only.
1. Follow me and UPrinting on twitter and tweet this giveaway. 2 entries so leave 2 seperate comments Can be done once per day.
Copy and Paste:
"RT UPrinting.com Rolled Canvas Giveaway @momof_many ends 5/25 http://bit.ly/9acqFI"
2. Grab my button. 2 entries Make sure you leave a link where I can find it.
3. Blog about this giveaway make sure you leave a link back to me and UPrinting.com. 3 extra entries Leave a link where I can find this at and not to your home page.
4. Enter one of my other giveaways. 1 entry per giveaway
This Giveaway will end on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:59 p.m CST. Winner will be chosen at random via random.org
*This is my honest opinion and I was not paid to say these things*