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Update: Win 100 Standard 4×6 Postcards From Next Day Flyers

Hey guys! Today, we’ve got another giveaway exclusively for the readers of this website. Our friends at Next Day Flyers are giving away 100 4×6 Standard Postcards to 1 lucky Colorburned reader, just in time for the holidays. To win, all you have to do is leave a comment below and let us know what you would do with your new cards.

Next Day Flyers is an online printing company that delivers top-quality printed marketing materials with one of the fastest turnaround times in the industry. They specialize in full color printing of custom business cards, brochures, greeting cards, postcards, as well as specialty die cuts and other marketing materials. To learn more about Next Day Flyers, visit their website.

Up for Grabs

  • 100 4×6 Standard Postcards on 14 PT card stock (x1). Full color printing on the front, and black printing on the back.

Rules

  • Leave a comment to enter.
  • Tell us what you would do with some free postcards.
  • Only comment once.
  • Tweet This message to your followers! (optional).
  • Please leave a valid email address so that we can contact you.
  • This is a 4-day contest. Entries will be accepted until Friday, November 12, 2010 at 11:59 PM EST.
  • Free shipping to continental U.S. residents only.

Update

Congratulations Gene! You have been selected as the winner of 100 postcards from Next Day Flyers!

Grant Friedman

Grant Friedman is a graphic design, blogger, and author. In addition to being the founder of this website, Grant is also the editor of Psdtuts, one of the world's most popular tutorial websites.

  • http://www.johngoldie.com John Goldie

    I would create holiday cards for the folks on my list who don’t really deserve one of the extra special hand made cards I make, but who I don’t want to leave out.

  • http://h Chad

    I would use it to send holiday greetings out for my parent’s business.

    Thanks for the chance.
    Chad.

  • Ann

    I would give these flyers to a friend of mine, she is an artist (sculptures) with a very low budget for promotion-flyers or something like that.

  • http://www.type1design.com Ryan Brown

    I would use them to promote my new grpahic design website. This website is called Type1Design.com and will use graphic design services to help find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes along with the JDRF(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). 20% of all proceeds will be donated to the cause, and hopefully as the site takes off, I can bump the donation percentage even higehr until we hit 100%.

  • http://genepensiero.com/blog gene


    christmas cards, definitely. especially since we have a new baby this year!

  • http://www.rohicks.com/blog Ryan O. Hicks

    They will be thank you mailers to my clients.
    Already have the design made up and proofed. Just need the product to put them on.
    Thanks.
    .-= Ryan O. Hicks´s last blog ..Firefighter Time Lapse Video =-.

  • David

    This is the perfect time for an offer like this. I would design and donate these cards to a close friend of mine who is an independent contractor.

  • shawn

    send out postcards to promote my new clothing company to get people interested.

  • kyle

    Extreme Caddy promotional flyer for sure.

  • http://www.thegriddle.net David Millar

    Would love some postcards! I used to have a bunch of penpals and having some custom postcards to send would rock my life!

  • H.Q. Brannon

    Great giveaway! I would use these postcards to help promote local bands.

  • http://www.RosentholDesign.com Gilly

    I’d create some promotional postcards for my design business. (And I use NextDayFlyers all the time — they’re fabulous!)

  • Stridar

    Seems like a cool way of self promotion, so I’d use em for that. Probably illustrated.

  • http://designersdigest.co Designer’s Digest

    soo sad. I can’t participate as I am from India.
    .-= Designer’s Digest´s last blog ..Rock Your Online Experience with RockMelt Browser =-.

  • http://aboutsergei.com Sergei Tatarinov

    These would be usefull for my new venture. I’m trying to organize a sort of conference – a small event for all types of creative people of my town. The creative scene here is kind of subtle- many great designers go unnoticed while local companies suffer from terrible designs. The self-proclaimed design firms, established in early 90’s, need to undestand that they are doing things wrong being so conservative and still sticking to the so-colled USSR way of doing things. That’s why I and some of like-minded designers we are trying to organize an event that would gather young and promissing talents and, possibly, give birth to a couple of bad-ass start-ups. :)

  • http://adrinahdesign.com Jen @ Adrinah Design

    I am actually in the process of designing post cards! I have had some VERY BAD LUCK with a printer that I have used in the past, and want to try someone else out. I’d LOVE to try out a new printing business to see if they can be my full time printer!

  • http://www.tuff-studio.com tuff studio

    I would send them to all my friends!

  • http://www.cityhillstudio.com Brandon Johnson

    I would use these to send out a marketing piece for family photos and Christmas cards. Maybe a combo pack? Order 100 Christmas Cards, get your session for Free. Something along those lines to encourage people to call and schedule a portrait session.

    Would be a great resource for using as a direct mailing piece!

  • http://www.jeff-sawyer.com Jeff Sawyer

    I just got married and ordered postcards like this for Thank You’s! Still, this would be great to win since we’ll be celebrating our first Christmas together as a married couple soon. I think our families and friends would really enjoy a personalized message from us for the holidays…

    Or we’d use them as marketing for our new business, but that’s not as nice sounding… ;)
    .-= Jeff Sawyer´s last blog ..Keep old stuff interesting =-.

  • Nic

    I’d use them for promotion

  • http://www.masterworkconsulting.com Kat Nagel

    I’d use them to announce my website relaunch (as soon as I finish the redesign) and promote my holiday charity. Every year I pick a local nonprofit and offer a small freebie to any client or prospective client who donates to it. This year it’s Writers and Books, which offers free or low-cost programs for kids and reasonably-priced training for adults.
    .-= Kat Nagel´s last blog ..Who Is MasterWork Consulting =-.

  • Kelli V

    I would most definitely love the 100 postcards! I would print them as advertising for one of my pet projects. While not all that exciting, it would be a huge boost to try a new printer. I hate trying new printers, spending money on them, and then discover that they don’t live up to their product. I’m searching for a dependable printer that I can use for a majority of my materialand this may be the best way to get that…yay!

  • http://victoryinthevision.com Malaysia

    Truthfully, I’d create some killer promo flyers for my business, or use them for my church. Thanks for the opportunity, CB!

  • Sharon

    I’d use them as postcard RSVPs for my upcoming wedding – cheaper postage, no envelopes to waste – a win, win!

  • Dave

    I would make a fundraising postcard for a cross country charity bicycle ride that I hope to go on this summer.

  • http://www.seibelgroup.com Mare

    I have access to an awesome not-for-profit choir that could use the GIFT!!!