UPrinting.com Can't Stop Giving Stuff Away!

UPrinting.com has another excellent giveaway for you! I say it's excellent, because I used Uprinting.com to create my business cards for the BlogHer '09 conference in Chicago, and they turned out beautifully. Because the card stock was quite thick and I had opted for a matte coating, they looked professional and received some fairly positive reviews when I was at the conference. When I do eventually order a new set of cards, though, I think I'm going to spring for the die cut business cards, because it's such a pleasing little design feature.

Here's the front of my business card:

And here's the back:

I have two sets of 500 business cards to give away to you, and you're going to like them, because you've actually got options. I know! A giveaway with options! If you are lucky enough to win, you can choose from the following options to create your cards:

business card sizes

can be 2x3.5", 2x3", or 2x2".

the paper can be either 14pt matte- or gloss-coated cardstock or 13 pt uncoated cardstock.

colour can be (4/4) colour on both sides, (4/1) colour on one side / black and white on the backside, or (4/0) colour on one side / black on the backside.

How to enter to win one of two sets of 500 business cards each:

Leave a comment on this post telling me about your plans for your business cards.

Tweet this message on Twitter to gain a second chance at winning:

Enter to win a set of 500 business cards at Schmutzie's Reviews! http://tinyurl.com/mgs53h #schmutziestuff


You must have a shipping address in the United States, and the shipping cost will be paid by the winner. I will use


to generate a random number to pick a random winner one week from now on September 9th.

I've been thinking of having a second set made up to use as tags for the items I sell in my Etsy shop. What will you use them for?

UPDATE:Sue and megscreations are the two winners, each receiving a set of 500 business cards! I have my own set from UPrinting.com, and they do good work. Congratulations!

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