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Giveaway! 16x20 Photo Canvas from UPrinting

I just created a photo canvas on UPrinting.com and am pleased to report back that it couldn't be easier. I love the "make background' option (perfect when your original photo and your desired photo are different dimensions) and it's even possible to design a collage. A canvas print (ooh, or canvas prints!) with wedding photos sounded good at first, possibly in a variety of canvas sizes, but I soon realized that I was more interested in making a ginormous version of this:

Remember when I dyed my hair blonde and asked if it would be too weird to have this photo enlarged and hung on my wall? I decided to do it anyway, weird or no weird.
(And I think we all know which of the two this is.)

According to Marinelle at UPrinting.com, who contacted me for this giveaway, UPrinting.com is an online printing company that has earned customer loyalty by offering more customizable offset printing and digital printing options than other online printers. They are popular for their Free File Review, a complimentary proofing service which requires no upfront payment.

Want to make your own eclectic, larger-than-life print of your dog wearing a wig? I thought so. UPrinting.com is giving away one 16"x20" rolled photo canvas to one lucky LambAround reader! You can make yours with a 2" border or no border at all. Whatever floats your boat. UPrinting will ship the canvas to you sooo fast - they have 1 business day turnaround! Entering is quick and so, so easy.

Do I sound excited about this giveaway? I am.

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment on this post. Any comment at all! 
(Any comment at all, but you should probably be warned that "Lamb Sucks" is going to significantly hurt your chances of winning. Random.org be darned.)

Optional Entries (leave 1 comment per entry method): 
1. Visit UPrinting.com and tell me about another product you might like to order in the future. 
(I would choose some LambAround business cards - perfect for when I win that trip to BlogHer!)
2. Follow LambAround via GFC (right sidebar).
3. Follow @LambAround via Twitter.
4. Follow UPrinting.com via Twitter.
5. Follow LambAround on Facebook.
6. Like UPrinting.com on Facebook
7. Subscribe to LambAround via email (right sidebar). 
8. Share this giveaway on your blog, Twitter, or Facebook. 
9. Stumble this post.

The Fine Print:
Open to US residents, age 18+ only. Giveaway ends at 6am (MST) on 8/1/11. Winner can not have won a UPrinting.com canvas within the last 6 months. Prize will be sent by UPrinting.com by 8/31/11 at the latest. The winner will be selected using Random.org and will be contacted via email.


This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting.com. For my participation, I will be receiving one 16x20 rolled photo canvas. All of the opinions expressed in this post and on LambAround are my own.


*This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who entered!

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