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GIVEAWAY: 250 Custom Stickers from PrintRunner.com! (US)


I bought some cellophane bags from Orson Gygi awhile back and these custom stickers work great with them!  Whether its for Christmas, Birthdays...really any occasion, you slap a custom sticker on the bag, fill it with whatever (I like
cookies :) and it's a fancy surprise!

For Christmas I filled the bags with homemade granola and the stickers said "Merry Christmas from the Merrill Family."  That is just one way you can use custom stickers.  Along with sticker printing services PrintRunner.com also has other online printing services from calendars to flyers.

PrintRunner.com was established with little more than a small press and a dream. Ten years later our company became one of the foremost quality printers in Southern California. Our commitment to provide the best value and high quality full color printing at affordable price made our company grow.  PrintRunner is a full service high quality printing company located in Chatsworth, California.


One winner will receive 250 Custom Stickers! US only, 18 and above

Winner will receive:
Standard Stickers
Flat Width: 2"
Flat Height: 3.5"
Quantity: 250
Paper: Premium Sticker Stock
Colors: Full Color (4 Color Process), Black & White
Proof: NONE
Ready to Ship in: 3 Business Days

**Winners are allowed to win a PrintRunner giveaway only once in a two-month period.**

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Thank you to PrintRunner for providing us this giveaway, I will receive a set of stickers for hosting this. All opinions are my own.  I received no other compensation. 
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Comments

Susan said…
Thanks! I'd love some of these to publicize my books :)
I could really use these! Thanks for the chance!

aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com
Anonymous said…
thanks
okseart/at/aol.com
i hope you got good stuff by them, because they are providing good services.
Anonymous said…
I could really use these for my Etsy Business!
Kristie said…
I love stickers. These would be so fun!!! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
kristina j. said…
I would use this at the craft fair!
Ashley N said…
These would come in sooo handy for the potty reward chart we are using for my daughters potty training!

xoxo420(at)hotmail(dot)com
Ashley N said…
Charleene is my name on GFC

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