Grab a Giveaway: Summer Print 8×10

*** Update: Winner has been chosen! See below.***

It’s time for another giveaway! This time, it’s a fun summertime print that would look great slipped into a white frame. This is only the low-resolution version in the picture below for copying purposes 🙂

What’s the Prize?

One printed 8×10 of the print above in high resolution quality mailed to you.

How do I enter?

You can leave a comment on this post with the phrase “SWEET SUMMERTIME” and tell me about your favorite summer activity. Only one entry per email address, please.

How do you choose the winner?

I use the random number generator on random.org to find a number, and then I contact the person whose comment/subscription/like corresponds to that number. This way, whether it’s my best friend or someone I’ve never met, it’s fair.

What are the nitty gritty details?

The giveway is open from the time this post is published until 11:59 pm EST on Friday, May 25, 2012. The winner will be announced in a separate post on Friday or Saturday. Valid only for residents of the contiguous United States. Winner will be contacted via email provided in comment for shipping instructions, so make sure that yours is accurate. Good luck!

Congrats to Kelynnma!

And the winner is…

It’s time to announce the winners of the Custom Invitation Giveaway!

While there weren’t as many entries as I had hoped for, traffic was way up, meaning that I’m just a few views from 1,000 this month! Oh, and I got some attention from a cool sponsor for another giveaway, so hopefully that will mean more entries next time. I’ll email all of the winners with details.

First, there is the comment winner:

Congratulations, Celesta!

Next, we have the Facebook winner (thank goodness Facebook notes times and orders of “likes” or this one would’ve been a tie!):

Congratulations, Amanda M.!

Finally, we have the subscriber winner:

This one goes to Julie!

If you didn’t win, keep in mind that digital invitation file creation is just $5 and includes unlimited revisions until it’s what you are looking for (and you don’t pay until it is done!). Plus, as my friend Amber can attest, if the printing company scales them weirdly (which happens sometimes), I’ll fix them until they come out perfectly!

Grab a Giveaway: Party Invitation Custom Design!

To celebrate another record month of views at TBP, I’m offering a giveway!

What’s the Prize?

One digital 4×6 invitation PDF file and corresponding JPG file for any event you choose* plus printing rights. You can print on your own paper, send to an online printer like Snapfish, or take it to your local photo printing store!

How do I enter?

You can leave a comment on this post, like TBP on Facebook, or subscribe to my posts by email (look in the side bar). Each one counts as a separate entry! Only one entry per email address/Facebook account, please. There will be THREE winners – one per method of entry!

How do you choose the winner?

I use the random number generator on random.org to find a number, and then I contact the person whose comment/subscription/like corresponds to that number. This way, whether it’s my best friend or someone I’ve never met, it’s fair.

What are the nitty gritty details?

The giveway is open from the time this post is published until 12:01 am EST on Friday, March 23, 2012. The winners will be announced in a separate post on Friday or Saturday. Custom digital design includes limited revisions of one PDF file and one corresponding JPG file. I am not responsible if you sent me incorrect information or misspellings after three revisions (however, if it’s my mistake, I’ll fix it after three). Not valid for wedding invitations, but I’ll definitely accept showers or bachelor/bachelorette parties. File order must be placed by June 1st, 2012 and delivered no later than July 1, 2012. I am not responsible if you don’t know how to use PDF files or JPG files. Please note that the JPG files will be the highest quality possible but PDF doesn’t always capture the high quality that a JPG has. All files must be delivered digitally to the email address entered in the giveaway. Please note that by accepting delivery of the digital file, you receive rights to print as many copies as you’d like, but I retain the original design copyright and digital publishing rights (including publishing them here with any personal information removed). If you want to show a picture of them on your blog or other public arena (private Facebook profiles don’t count and are perfectly fine), just drop me a line to let me know.  Good luck!

Check out my custom invitations page for a few examples of my work!

Free Valentines Printable <3

Pinterest is all aflutter with free Valentine’s Day cards to hand out, so I thought I’d throw my hat in the ring. Click on the image below to download a PDF file with four cards on one page that you can print directly on cardstock, cut out, and be done!

Interactive Classroom Bar Graph Freebie

While working on something for my master’s degree, I was struck with an idea to change bar graphing in the classroom to an interactive, student-driven classroom piece and so I used this quiet afternoon at the office to make the classroom piece in between phone calls. The best part? Until February 10th, I’m offering this item FREE in my Teachers Pay Teachers store (custom color combos are excluded). Check out the three versions and description here!

Always making bar graphs with your elementary class but hate wasting paper each time, or worse, drawing it on the board and letting your students watch without any interactivity? This item is a digital file of a bar graph chart that you can reuse as often as you’d like in class!

Just print, cut out the chart and pieces, tape the chart together and laminate. You and the students will then be able to use dry erase markers to label columns or fill-in blocks. As an added bonus, attach velcro squares to each block on the graph and each piece so your students can add their own piece to the chart!

Click on the individual images to go to Teachers Pay Teachers.