Sunday, April 29, 2012

Customizable Sticker Giveaway from PrintRunner

Hooray! I have a giveaway to share with you.

PrintRunner is giving one of my readers your very own set of 250 personalized stickers. You can personalize them however you would like. I will also be receiving some to try for hosting this giveaway (Woot!). I plan on having them printed as return stickers for books and DVDs. I am a paranoid person- probably because I have forgotten to return things myself. Eeep.

I haven't decided yet how I want it to look. 
You can either design your stickers on the website or you can upload a completed file. They are the standard set at 2x3.5 inches. You can chose from black and white or full color.

Cooking temps and times could be written in the "notes" section.

You could chose to have your stickers made into freezer labels. I often forget to write dates on frozen packages and have no clue how old some food is. Like tonight. I added some nasty freezer burned broccoli to my pasta surprise (a nice way of saying really random ingredients prepared in the easiest way possible). Of course, you could just write on the package, but if you don't use the right kind of marker it will just rub off.

Use your imagination! They don't have to be boring like my examples. PrintRunner also offers a lot of other products, in addition to sticker printing services that you can print online.

The giveaway closes at May 20th. Orders will be processed at the end of the month and ship in three business days. 

This is open to only U.S. Residents who are 18 or older. If you won a giveaway from PrintRunner in the previous two months, I am sorry, but you aren't eligible to win. 

How to enter!
Leave a comment below with an idea of how you would like your stickers to be printed.

Optional entries (leave a separate comment for each)
1. Follow Verdant Bents 
2. "Like" Verdant Bents on Facebook
3. Follow PrintRunner on Twitter
4. "Like" PrintRunner on Facebook


  1. I'm trying to think of a way to use these on my knitting--maybe with "hanknit by Kate" and a space to write care instructions for when I give something away. I could mount it on a bit of card stock so the recipient can save it.

  2. I like the idea of a bookplate so I wouldn't have to write my name in books, but could keep track of them in a pretty way.

  3. This would be great for books--- although, it might just have to be for the children's books considering we have hundreds of just those :)

  4. Please enter me! I would probably use these for freezer labels like you mentioned or as labels for our homeschool books.

  5. I just want to thank you again for hosting this giveaway for PrintRunner and your readers for participating!:) We are always open for giveaways; contact us at


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