Monday, September 12, 2011


Helllooooo fellow bloggy peeps. How's it hanging?

Don't answer that.

Today I am pleased to announce my very first GIVEAWAY!


So here are the details:


250 Labels for One (1) Winner
2" x 3.5"
70lb Label Matte, Front Only Printing, 4 Business Days Turnaround

Free Shipping

Restriction: Limited to US residents 18 years old and above only.

You must be a blogger and have a website I can link up to.

Have you heard of UPrinting? Well... is one of the versatile online Printing Companies and one of their products is Labels. They can also customize it according to your needs and offer Custom Labels.

  Here is how I will choose the winner...

Go to the website (link is under the photo) and look at the type of label that will be the prize. Tell me in a very funny and creative way what design you would choose and why. Whomever I think is the most creative/funny will win!

You can go like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter, but I am not requiring that for the winner. Honestly, I dislike campaigns that require that!

Have fun!

You have until September 20th. HURRY!

This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive labels for hosting



Jessica DeWitt said...

I love me some labels!! Since I have a 1yr old birthday coming up, I would use this to design and label a cute party bag!

Tiffanie {Pineapples and Pickles} said...

These would be great for holiday gifts. Yep, that's exactly what I would use them for.

Missy said...

I would use the label for either gift tags or party favor tags!

brianandhilary620 said...

My dear friend (dear friend, I swear) is pretty much having a wedding YEAR. I am the planner for the bachelorette party in Vegas and a bridal shower out of town.

She is a very expensive friend. Expensive friends are great gift givers and shopping friends, but I'm concerned about my abilities to plan these events up to her expectations!

So far, I have collected baby jars for party favors at her bridal shower... I am not sure I'm meeting her standards yet.

It would be wonderful to use these labels to liven up (read: look expensive) some baby jars or the centerpieces (which are some collected wine bottles... I am nothing if not thrifty)