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GIVEAWAY: UPrinting.com 250 Personalized Stickers! (US) -CLOSED-


Winner

I just had the opportunity to try out UPrinting.com.  I actually won a giveaway on another site :):)  They have great customer service and the quality of the custom postcards that I won were excellent!  UPrinting does sheet labels and they even have FREE label templates!

UPrinting.com is giving away 250 Stickers!
2" x 3.5"
70lb Label Matte
Front Only Printing
4 Business Days Turnaround
US only 18 or older

I was thinking of making Christmas labels with the stickers.  I always need some kind of sticker to put on homemade gifts.  What's great about UPrinting is that you can fully customize your project with any images, text, etc.. that you want.  AND their design tools are user friendly.

Here's how to win:

1.  Leave a comment on this post stating what you could use them for.
2.  Fill out form below

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Giveaway will end Friday, August 5th at midnight MST.  Disclaimer: Required as per FTC Ruling: This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive labels for hosting.  Check out label templates on UPrinting.com.  All opinions are my own.  Email addresses will be deleted when giveaway is over.  Your privacy is important.  US Residents Only, must be 18 or older.  If you've won a giveaway from UPrinting.com within 6 months, you are not eligible.
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Comments

Leicht House said…
I would use these for my child's school. We could use them for our "Holiday Shop".
Donna Hutson said…
Definitely around Christmas time with all the homemade gifts I like to make!
Kimberly said…
I'd use them to label homemade goodies!
kcoud33 at gmail dot com
mrsweiss said…
id use them for my hubs buisness www.fb.com/okseart

mrsnaweiss/at/aol.com
Gina said…
I like to bake.I would use it for my baked goods that I give to family and friends.
oregonrockmom@gmail.com
These Crook's said…
My husband just started his own business so this would be great to get his name out in the community!!
Erin C. Young said…
I would use them for Xmas gifts...how special would custom stickers be on all your presents and goodies?? :)
Crystal K. said…
I'd either use them for my baked good or for my upcoming wedding!

crystalkirk at hotmail.com
Shel said…
I do home parties part-time and I could make "Thank you for your order" stickers with them.

shel704 at aol dot com
Evelyn said…
I would either use them as labels for my blog, or as Christmas labels!

dedelandblog at gmail.com
susansmoaks said…
i would use them for address labels
susansmoaks at gmail dot com
QueenB said…
i want to make them for when i ship blog prizes out. might as well get more exposure for my url!


brett
jadavis said…
I would use them for my home business!
jadavis42@tntech.edu

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