Just Heather
Custom Poster Print Giveaway

As our oldest approaches the teen years, it has been fascinating to see her interest in some of the same things I was into as a preteen. Today, she is wearing this little number—way too reminiscent of the 80s clothing I donned at her age. It doesn’t stop there, not by a long shot. In her room, you’ll find posters starring her favorite pop idols. Joey McIntyre may have been replaced by Zac Efron and the 90210 crew has been ousted in favor of High School Musical, but the theme is the same!

How cool would it be to have a poster printed of her & her friends, maybe even a collage, to add to her collection? At Digital Room, you can upload your favorite photos to create poster prints. If I can find an awesome photo or come up with a good design, this will be her “something you need” gift under the tree. With the free one I’m receiving for sharing this review, it’s yet another way to lower our Christmas budget. If you could use a poster-sized holiday gift, maybe I can lower your holiday budget a bit too!

To enter for your chance to win, simply leave a comment here sharing what you would like to have printed. You can earn additional entries by:

  • Following me on Twitter
  • Blogging about this giveaway
  • Tweeting about this giveaway: Win a free custom poster print from @JustHeather! http://bit.ly/2BY21Q

For your extra entries to be counted, be sure to leave an additional comment directing me to your entry. Only one additional entry per method (i.e. While multiple tweets are appreciated it, only one will count as a drawing entry.) The contest runs until November 20th at 11:59pm edt. One winner will be notified by email on November 21st (as selected by Random.org) and must submit their mailing information within 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. Open only to residents of the U.S. and cannot be shipped to PO boxes.

posters_drYour prize (18×24 poster print on High Gloss or Semi Gloss paper with free UPS shipping) will be awarded in the form of a custom coupon code, redeemable at Digital Room. Prize includes free UPS shipping in the U.S.

I was offered this giveaway from Digital Room, through the U-Printing blog sponsorship program. I am receiving a free poster print in addition to the free product for my readers for hosting this giveaways, but the opinion is 100% real and honest.

10 Responses to “Custom Poster Print Giveaway”

  1. Hi Heather:
    I work for a 110-year=old NFP child care agency and would love to win this poster. I have tons of pictures of cute children that would be great to use for the poster. I saw your name on the Blog Indiana list so now I am following you on Twitter too.

  2. I actually don’t need the giveaway… but wanted to tell you that I”ve left an award for you on my blog. 😉 I did mention the giveaway over there, too.

  3. Shannon Barragan on

    I would love one of these posters for my almost-teenager too! I’m her girl scout leader and our troop just put on a huge Bonfire and I got a great picture of our entire Troop ~ it would make a great poster for her room!

    I’m also going to now follow you on twitter (I’m my3critters)

  4. Hi Heather! I am such a fan of yours! I would love to win this poster for my sweet girl. All my family live out of state and I would love to have a poster of them to put in her room. She misses her mo, bop, aunt bobbie and cousin lexie a lot!
    Thank you –

  5. And her grams – I forgot grams! oops!

  6. Isn’t it funny how trends come and go in cycles? I remember saying something I thought was original when I was a teen and my parents just laughing at me. And then I find the same thing happening with my teenager. 🙂

    I barely made it in time for your deadline. *fingers crossed*

  7. Oh! I forgot to tell you what I would have printed! My d17 year old daughter and her 13 year old brother went on a youth ministry trip this past summer down to Houston to rebuild after the hurricane. One of the leaders got an excellent shot of all the kids with one of the families. It would look really amazing in the youth room.

  8. I’d get a print of the kiddos, to give to their Grandpa for Christmas.

  9. I would love one of these with a picture of my daughters for their grandparents