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Giveaway: $50 Tiny Prints credit

This has to be my favorite time of year. The weather is still nice. We can still play outside without an extra layer of clothing. The days aren’t too long (I hate going to bed when it’s light outside). And we get to buy school supplies! And now Tiny Prints can get you back to school with personalized, stylish products.

I’ve purchased school supplies even when I didn’t have school-aged children, or well, children in general. Who can resist a package of 12 glue sticks for $.25 or water colors or $1? Not I! I have packages of unsharpened pencils and notebooks I swear were going to become my deepest-darkest-thoughts journals. Yeah right.

I love, love, love the Tiny Prints stationery. The teacher note cards, mommy calling cards and allergy cards are really cute, completely affordable and totally sturdy. I ordered invitations from Tiny Prints for my daughter’s third birthday party in July. The process was so easy!

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She wanted a mermaid themed party and when I found these cards, I knew they were just perfect. I filled in her name, age and party information. There was plenty of room to add a note and website for gift ideas as well. I was able to put a photo on the back as well. I decided to spring for the pre-addressed envelopes so that I didn’t have to handwrite them all when they arrived. I just had to stuff, stamp and send. And really, Tiny Prints will even mail them straight to your guests, but I had them come to be first so that I could bask in the cuteness before everyone else.

Within a few days, they were on my doorstep. They came on thick cardstock, which had a bit of a texture to it. The print quality was just as it appeared online. At that point, I was really disappointed that I didn’t buy the matching thank you cards as well!

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Tiny Print products (Photo courtesy of Tiny Prints)

And if I can do that in just a few minutes of my busy life, anyone can. You and your child can personalize lots of stuff that they can use as they go back to school.

My daughter is starting full-day kindergarten this year so I’m thinking of getting some of those adorable little lunch box cards. I want her to know I’m thinking about her during the day and that I love her. I also like the idea of the teacher stationery is a Christmas gift for teachers. Although, I hope they aren’t using it to send home bad behavior notes! She’s too young for the notebooks, or I’d be all over that as well.

Although, no one says you have to be going back to school to order these gifts. I might just order one of those notebooks with pictures of my kids as a way to see them throughout the day!

I know you want your own Tiny Prints products now and Tiny Prints has allowed me to offer a $50 promo code PLUS FREE standard or USPS shipping to be used on the Tiny Prints site. This promo code excludes calendars, photo books, Erin Condren notebooks and planners and gift certificates.

The contest will be open until 11:59 p.m., Aug. 31, 2012. Winning is easy.

  • Visit the Tiny Prints Back to School page, pick our your favorite product and leave a comment telling me why you love it!
  • Visit the Tiny Prints Back to School page, click through to your favorite product page, and pin your favorite item on Pinterest with the hashtag #TinyPrintsBTS. Leave a comment here letting me know you have done so.
  • Follow Tiny Prints on Facebook and Twitter. Leave a comment for each separately when you have done so.

I will pick a winner at random and e-mail that person right away. Please respond within 24 hours or the prize will be forfeited to the next person.

And now the fine print: Tiny Prints provided me with a site credit to write this post, however, the words and opinions are my own. In fact, I bought the above-mentioned cards for my daughter’s birthday party with my own money. I love Tiny Prints and I hope you will find something you want as well.

19 thoughts on “Giveaway: $50 Tiny Prints credit

  1. I would LOVE a notebook with Weber on it for my purse…I always get blog ideas when I’m out and about and would like a place to write them down. Writing in my phone is NOT the same!

  2. I love the blooming books notebook, it would be great to personalize it with friends and family pics! The flowers would certainly brighten their day.

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