Contest: Win 100 Customized Postcards

Contest: Win 100 Customized PostcardsI am a huge fan of snail mail and I adore writing handwritten letters. For those who don’t know about my snail mail obsession, I’m currently writing 52 letters to 52 people in 52 weeks, so when I was given the opportunity to host a contest for the postcard printing company UPrinting, I thought it would be a great way to share a fun product with both of my online communities.

UPrinting offers a variety of printing, marketing and technology services, but one of the things I’m most excited about is the fact that the company offers customized printing for postcards. Whether you’re interested in putting your favorite print on a postcard to send from around the world, designing party invites or creating a fun holiday greeting, the options are only limited by your imagination.

For this contest, UPrinting is giving away 100 postcards customized with an image chosen by the winner (one image for all 100 cards). The postcards are 5” x 7”, 14pt cardstock gloss, no folding. The winner can choose from the following paper types: 14pt cardstock gloss, 14pt matte, 14pt high gloss or 13pt cardstock uncoated. The front side only will be printed.The retail price on this prize package is approximately $33.00, and turnaround time for the postcards is about two business days.

How to enter:

It’s easy! Leave a comment on this post and let us know from where in the world you’d like to send a postcard, and to whom you’d send it. Please leave a valid email address in the comment form. This is open to those with a U.S.-based address only. Please enter only once.

I will randomly draw a winner on July 6, 2012, at 5:00 PST and will get in contact with the winner via email at that time.

 

Update: This contest is now closed. Congratulations on being chosen as the winner, Ania!

This contest is sponsored by UPrinting, but all content in this blog post is my own. Follow and like UPrinting on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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Contest: Win 100 Customized Postcards
JoAnna is a globe-trotting, idea-inventing, culture-collecting creativity connoisseur with big dreams and a desire to touch all seven continents. You can also find JoAnna at joannahaugen.com and at The 52 Letters Project.

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24 Responses

  1. Rachel says:

    I’d like to send a postcard to my mom from Mongolia.

  2. Shereen says:

    I love writing letters, too :) I would send a postcard from London to my best friend and her family.

  3. Julie says:

    Fantastic!
    I am repopulating a REAL address book, so I’d send one postcard from my home in NYC to everyone in my address book, including you.

  4. I will use one to send to my sister in Tacoma, then give the rest to my fiance so she can send them to her penpal postcard friends all over the world.

  5. Malia says:

    I would send postcards to my grandmas from grad school in the UK. They love to get stamps from abroad. Or maybe they just tell me that so I’ll send them mail.…

  6. Jenna says:

    Nice idea. I would send a postcard to my grandmother, who will soon be 90. I used to write her long letters but got out of the habit.

  7. Kim says:

    I would send a postcard to my friend in Kentucky who is going through a divorce and needs a spirit lift.

  8. Ira Stone says:

    I would send a card from Philadelphia to my son in Prague.

  9. Carol Pavlik says:

    I’d love to send a postcard to my Mom & Dad from Boston!

  10. Sharon says:

    If I could go anywhere and send a postcard, I’d go to Italy. I’d send postcards to everyone I could think of!

  11. Annie says:

    It would be good fun to be able to travel across the country and send postcards from each interesting stop to my grandmother who used to travel a great deal, but stays pretty close to home now that she’s 91.

  12. rift vegan says:

    Whee, 100 postcards? Almost everyone in my address book could have two postcards! :)

  13. I would like to send postcards to all of the people that have helped me during my travel sabbatical and the people I met in Central and South America who made my experience more special.

  14. Carrie Bohrer says:

    I think I’d like to go to China and send my dear Sonya from Vancouver a Postcard!

  15. Quiana White says:

    My friend and I have just started this ministry where we send a postcard annonymously to people who have requested prayer (friends and family mainly). They won’t know the postcards are from us since postcards don’t require a return address. We have been trying to figure out the most cost effective way to start this ministry and this would be such a great help and such a blessing to us!! We would be using a print that I took of a beautiful sunset while we were stationed in England. Thank you!

  16. I’m hoping to make it to Spain for the first time this fall and would send a postcard to my parents! :)

  17. Joanne Burch says:

    I would write to my freind who collects post cards, and to all my friends who used to live in Tucson, AZ. but have moved. And one to the school in Tanzania Africa, where I taught for a year.

  18. Ania says:

    I would send a thank you postcard to my future customers! I am starting My Next Big Thing — my own business :-)

  19. Kendra says:

    I am “up-to-date” with my 52 letters (thanks for the advice on where to get stationary).

    I would like to send one to my friend in Liverpool; and one to my friend in Japan (serving with the US Army); and one to my recently former co-worker who just left for Italy. Otherwise, the rest of state-side.

  20. Patri says:

    I would send a postcard to my son, who lives with his father in Nampa, ID. Even though we live in different cities, I think it’s important to find a myriad of ways to maintain a connection with him. :)

  21. I’d randomly send post cards from each of our stops in our travels to friends and family to let them know we’re thinking of them.

  22. Brian says:

    I would send a postcard to each of my kids from all the cities we visit, so they could have a memento from where they’ve been and what they’ve seen.

  23. Krystina says:

    I’d send it from Cameroon (where I’m serving in the Peace Corps) to my parents in California. And then I’d send one from California to my host parents in Cameroon!

  24. LELAND HIX says:

    OK„„I CAN DO THIS.….I HAVE A WONDERFUL FAMILY I’D SEND CARDS TO„„THIS MIGHT BE THE IMPETUS TO WRITE MORE SNAIL MAIL…AND MAYBE IMPROVE MY HANDWRITING…EVERYONE I’D WRITE TO WOULD BE IN THE UNITED STATES UNLESS SOMEONE I KNOW TAKES AN EXTENDED VACATION, JOB OVERSEAS.…I’D PROBABLY BE PICKING A PICTURE THAT IS INDICATIVE OF A NATIONAL PARK.…TO BAD U CAN’T PICK SEVERAL PICTURES, BUT I UNDERSTAND.

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