Monday, April 26, 2010

UPrinting Thank You Cards (giveway) 2 days only!

Greeting cards are a great way to say "hi" to friends & family. Businesses can use cards printed with their logo to go along with inventory sold or spread the word about a grand opening. is a wonderful place to order cards like these.

The best part about UPrinting greeting cards is that they are customizable (and affordable). Personalize with pictures, logos, and personal messages. You can also get envelopes with customizable options to go along with your personalized cards!

Custom greeting cards reflect the personality of you or your business.

You can order your own personalized greeting cards (and envelopes) from Prices vary but are reasonable.


One lucky reader will win -
(50 ct.) 7 x 5" (folded to 3.5 x 5") Custom Thank You Cards with plain envelopes
4 Baronial Blank Envelopes
14 pt Cardstock Gloss coating
Full Color Outside and Blank Inside
Including FREE UPS Ground Shipping

Become a follower of S Club 4 (leave a comment)
*Mandatory entry - all other entries are void without this entry*

Want more chances to win? Please leave one comment per additional entry.
1. Tell how you would customize your thank you cards.
2. Do you write thank you notes? For what occasions?
3. Follow me on Twitter & tweet about giveaway.

GIVEAWAY OPEN UNTIL APRIL 27th AT MIDNIGHT!  Open only to US residents.
Winner will be announced in a post on April 28th & via email. Winner must contact me on the 28th so that I can contact UPrinting with your email address (sorry if this creates any inconveniences). is a leading online printing company that provides high quality printing  at the most affordable prices. For more information on their products visit them at

Disclaimer: I will receive a blogger appreciate pack for writing this post; however all opinions expressed are my own, honest opinion. Others may not have the same experience with products and/or the company presented in this post.


Becky D said...

Um....I haven't written out Kinzie's baptims thank you''s been over a month. I would def. use some for those!

Becky D said...

I follow you!

Becky D said...

I do write thank you notes...pretty often actually, it seems with showers, wedding, more showers, baby I've written a LOT in the past 3 years! Some times I debate on whether a thank you is appropriate or not. I don't for xmas/birthday, but I think I will make the Kinzie and anymore little ones that follow her. I know some people that NEVER right thankyou's and that irritates me!

Anonymous said...

Mandatory entry---I am a follower of you!!

Anonymous said...

I would customize my thank you cards with my favorite colors (blue, orange, and green) and use elephants (cause they're the frickin best!). I would also use weird fonts cause thats just me!

(entry #2)

Anonymous said...

I do write thank you notes....well i did for my wedding (although I am pretty sure we botched a few and sent some people 2 and missed certain people completely). But working with kids its been really important that we teach them to be grateful for what they're given so we've written them for events, people who give free food, and christmas gifts.

Entry #3

Rion said...

You already have me following you dearie! :)

Rion said...

How would I customize them? Well, I'd most likely try to put some sort of wedding theme on them.. maybe with a picture of David and I.. and use them as thank you cards for after our wedding!

Rion said...

So, I think I am doing this right (blame Becky, I am following her lead!) but do I write thank you notes? Not unless its a special occasion. I wrote thank you notes for Graduation and when I received scholarships for college. I will write thank you cards for the wedding for sure, and then if we ever have a kid, thank you cards for gifts for that as well! :)

Gledwood said...

I would customize mine with the picture of two Glen of Imaal terriers, as featured for the second time chez moi today ~ you can just see they are saying "ro ro ro!"

ps i'm only entering for fun ~ wrong side of the Atlantic :-(

happy followers