Giveaway is now closed!
I used the random number generator to pick a number. I did not count duplicate comments from people, or my own replies, so it was between 1 and 20.
And the 12th (different) commenter was (badoom badoom) . . .
. . . Jenny from Words on Wendhurst!
Congrats, my sweet red-headed friend. I’ll be emailing you the code to redeem the print shortly.
Love you all and thanks for participating!
So . . . I don’t think I’ve ever hosted a giveaway. And considering I’ve been blogging for going on 4 years (!?), that’s kind of . . . a crime. So when the folks at Printcopia offered to send me a canvas print in exchange for a product review, and also offered to give my readers the chance to win a free canvas print, I was really excited. I had actually been thinking about getting some family pictures printed anyway, so the timing was perfect.
For my canvas print, I decided to order one of the family pictures that our good friend Zane took of us last November, right after Alice turned 1. Their website is pretty easy to use–basically I just uploaded the image I wanted and chose a color for the wraparound part of the canvas.
It just arrived, and I am super pleased.
Alice helped me investigate.
She was quite thorough.
Hey . . . it’s Dada!
Here’s how it looks on our bookshelf . . .
. . . and a living room shelf. I’m not sure where to put it yet.
By the way, I love the brick color I picked for the wraparound part of the canvas.
I made the decision to veer away from black or white without being sure if I’d like the results, but I love how it turned out.
The only thing I didn’t like was that I did have to pay extra to include wall mounts. So I paid $1.60 to have that included . . . and then it turns out that they come in a little baggie instead of being already attached to the canvas. I guess not the biggest tragedy in my life. But there you have it.
So now on to the good stuff! Printcopia will give one of you lucky people (U.S. only–sorry to my internationally located friends) a free canvas print the same size as mine, 8×10 (or 10×8–you can change the orientation, as I did). In order to enter, just answer the following question in the comments below:
What do you do to combat the post-Christmas blues? Or do you even get them? If not, what makes you so awesome?
See, I managed to elude the blues until now. I had a trip to Arizona last week to visit my sister Erica after the birth of her new little one, Joshua Richard, and then I was on a women’s retreat for church, so those two big events kept me emotionally propelled forward after the New Year. But now that the excitement is dying down I’m like, “um . . . what? Life? Work? Cooking meals on a regular basis? Huh.”
But enough about my emotional blahitty-blah and back to the giveaway thingy. On Monday I will use a random method (TBD) to determine the winner. I will announce the winner here and also contact them by email with the code to redeem their print.
Good luck, my peeps!