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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Giveaway!

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I am thrilled to host this giveaway and hope you will be equally excited about Uppercase Living expressions, too.  I just learned about this home decor a couple months ago when I went to a friend's home.  Her walls were beautifully decorated with different expressions.  I thought she had painted these words herself, but they were Uppercase Living expressions.

I love that Uppercase Living provides a beautiful and easy way to decorate my home-without nails!  They add a lot of personality to any space in your home or even a business.  You can shop their products, or make your own custom expression or life-size photo print!
My front door is black and boring.  I am ordering a "welcome" expression very soon!  My friend had one, and I loved it!  
Expressions are a decor made of very thin, flexible vinyl with a light adhesive on the backing so that it will adhere to your walls!  At my friend's home they truly looked like paint.
Bedroom designs are available for all ages!
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Isn't this beautiful?

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This is a nice touch!
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Wouldn't this be a fun school room or play room wall?
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One of my favorite things about the site is that once you choose the expression you like, you get to see what it looks like against your wall colors!  This is incredibly helpful!

Until July 12th, Uppercase Living is offering a special incentive to buy!  It's a FREE for ALL!  For every expression you buy, choose one FREE expression (of equal or lesser value)!

The Giveaway:
Marie, my Uppercase Living consultant, has graciously offered one of my readers $25 in products and free shipping!  But remember, if you win AND order from Marie by July 12th, and it is like getting $50 in free products because of the buy one expression, get one free incentive.  (The winner is under no obligation to purchase by July 12th.)
To Enter: (Mandatory)
Visit Uppercase Living and leave a comment below telling me your favorite expression!  Be sure I have a way to contact you or leave an email address in this mandatory entry.  (No blog necessary to enter!)
Additional entries: Leave a separate comment for each entry.  
Tell me what expression you would have customized by Uppercase Living. (1 entry)
Follow my blogs.  (1 entry each)
Tell me something helpful you learned about Uppercase Living.  (FAQs may be helpful.) (1 entry)
Make a purchase from Marie at Uppercase Living.  (5 entries)
Give yourself an extra entry if you are a regular commenter on this blog, excluding giveaways.

Giveaway ends July 1, 2010.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org and will have 48 hours to respond to notification or another winner will be chosen.

I received no compensation or product for writing this post.  I am excited to make my own purchase though!  (I posted before making my own purchase so that the winner would have time to make their own purchase using the buy one, get one deal if they want!)

18 comments:

Amanda said...

Bwahaha! The Alligator Alphabet would be adorable in the playroom in our new house! Too cute!

Amanda said...

I follow Live, Learn, Love!

Amanda said...

I love that the vinyls can be used outdoors! I can't wait to move into our new house and figure out how many I want!

Msita said...

I like the numbers for my sons' room and the flowing grass for my bedroom
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jenn@peacelovemommy said...

New Follower on GFC =) please to meet you.

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jenn@peacelovemommy said...

i love the chalk wall!! that is so cool!!!

nfmgirl said...

I love "Trust in the Day, Believe in the Future"!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

nfmgirl said...

I would like the custom phrase "WELCOME- now go away!" for my front door. You have to know me to get it!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

nfmgirl said...

I follow

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nfmgirl said...

I learned "Freshly painted walls should be allowed to cure for at least two weeks before you apply expressions or embellishments." This is helpful, since I painted my bedroom around Christmas, and am thinking about getting a phrase for the wall. It should be well cured by now!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

Everyday Mom Ideas said...

I went by the site and I liked "Don't judge each day by the harvest... Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant."

Great giveaway!

Everyday Mom Ideas said...

Ive always liked the saying... "Things that matter most should never be at the mercy of things that matter least."

I would love to have this on my wall. It would also make a great custom gift.

Everyday Mom Ideas said...

I learned that When applying expressions to a bead board surface, make sure you burnish the expression starting at one end and slowly moving to the other.

They have tons of great tips and tricks!

Tracey - Just Another Mommy Blog said...

Oh! My sister and I were just talking about using these for her nursery! The airplanes or polka dots would be really cool!

Tracey - Just Another Mommy Blog said...

I don't know that I understood the second entry for customizing a saying, but I think I would like to do something sweet and tender for the nursery. A tribute to flying high and reaching for your dreams with the airplane graphics intermixed. Something like that...

Mia said...

The fondest memories are made when... Is one of my faves. But I also like the Gathering phrases for in the kitchen.

Thanks for holding this giveaway - I have seen these items before and loved them.

Mia said...

I would like to customize a print with my husband's company name and then we can place it on the side of his work van.

Mia said...

I learned that expressions can be used outdoors. if you make sure the surface is clean and dry and free of dirt and debris. They can be used on automobiles; exterior windows and doors of homes; exterior home decorations, such as treated boards or metal objects like mailboxes; exterior signs; and so on.

Wow, now that makes me think of something I'd like to customize.

miaarticoli at verizon dot net

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