I’ve recently been introduced to an awesome photography printing website, PhotoWorks. PhotoWorks is the newly redesigned American Greetings Corporation website, and they have tons of easy options for getting your pictures printed – in all kinds of creative ways.
They have many options for getting full photo books printed, as well as very inexpensive photo cards, magnets, stickers, calendars, mouse pads, throw rugs, coffee mugs, and more! And of course, you can get regular prints made of your photos as well.
They sent me a credit to try out the website, and I found the interactivity of their site to be extremely easy and intuitive. Once I decided what product I was going to buy (which took quite a while, thanks to all of their great ideas), it was literally less than five minutes until I had completed my order.
Since I’ve had a bit of an addiction to coffee and hot tea after receiving a Keurig for Christmas, I decided to buy a few of their photo mugs. I ordered them Tuesday night with the standard shipping option, and they arrived on my doorstep Friday morning – a three day turnaround for a personalized product!
And the mugs came out extremely adorable:
The photo quality amazed me – they were very clear, as opposed to other photo products I’ve gotten from other companies, where the photos come out very granulated and fuzzy.
If you’d like to try out PhotoWorks for yourself, I have a $50 coupon code to give away to one of you! Simply comment on this post to enter.
You can earn up to five extra entries by:
- Go to their website and tell me one thing that you would want to order.
- Subscribe to OR Follow my blog
- Follow me on Twitter OR Facebook
- Follow PhotoWorks on Twitter
- Tweet, blog, OR Facebook about this giveaway
(be sure to leave separate comments for your extra entries.)
Best of luck! This giveaway is open until Monday, March 29th. The winner will be randomly selected and posted on my giveaway winners page on Tuesday, March 30th.
Disclosure: I received a $50 credit to PhotoWorks for review purposes, but as always, my opinions are completely my own.