Monday Morning Freebie – 200 Custom Postcards

Happy Monday.

Today I’ve a great prize giveaway from for 200 custom postcards!

GTB postcard contest

I can think of a zillion uses for these like change of address cards, save the dates, shower invitations, Custom Greeting Cards for the holidays, thank you notes and DIY projects.  Two lucky winners will be selected.

For my wedding, I used Custom Postcards to share instructions with our guests on how to upload their candid wedding photos to our Smugmug account. Cute right?

GTB photo postcard

I put them in the out of town bags and had a friend hand them out at the wedding to everyone with a camera. It worked out great and it was such a fun way to see photos while we waiting for the professional pictures.

Two lucky winners will receive:

  • 200 Custom Postcards (choose your size: 4×6, 4.25×6, 5×7″); 14pt gloss or matte, 13 pt uncoated
  • Full Color on both sides (4/4)
  • Shipping must be paid by winner. Offer valid for UNITED STATES SHIPPING ONLY.

How to enter:

  1. Subscribe to Globetrotting Bride
  2. Leave a comment below describing how you would use the postcards
  3. For an extra entry, tweet or blog about the contest and let me know
  4. Contest ends at midnight, August 30th.  Check here on August 31st for the winner announcement.

14 Responses

  1. Oh pretty please pick me!!!! I would use these postcards in the same way that you did (telling people how to share their photos) OR as thank you post cards OR as Christmas Cards!!!

  2. I would love the postcards to publicize my fabulous new PR agency!

  3. I love the postcard idea! You could also take a photo to use as a 1st birthday invite!!! (for those globetrotting mommies)

  4. I subscribe to your blog!

    I hope I win this giveaway. I’d use the postcards as a thank you notes to our guests and also use it for the out of town bags since we’re doing a destination wedding.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  5. I subscribed! I’d use the post cards for a duo reason – Happy New Year & Save the Date! I figure we’re being a little green by combining the two.

  6. I tweeted about the contest!

  7. I’m a subscriber and would love to use these to send to friends and relatives about all of my adventures in Chile!

  8. I would use the postcards as thank you cards for my wonderful brides 🙂

  9. I saw this great idea that would be PERFECT for this. We’re thinking of having food and fun stations at our reception and what better way to make sure everyone knows where everything is! Making little maps that lay out whats available and where to find it!

  10. I just got married and am looking for a cute (cheap) thank you idea, and this would be perfect!! Pick me, pick me!!

  11. nice the post cards for – Happy New Year & birthday invite..
    i like this card..
    I love the postcard idea!
    Thanks a lot to this information..

  12. My fiance and I both love to travel. We’ve traveled together to many countries in Europe, China, Austrailia, and all over the U.S. My idea was to use postcards from our travels as our RSVPs, but it’s almost impossible to find postcards to purchase online. This would work perfectly because I could just use a picture of us from one of the places we’ve been, and it will be the same effect!

  13. I subscribe via RSS and am on the road as we speak – about to leave London St Pancras for Paris Gare de Nord on my way to study abroad with my darling fiance. We’ll be gone until new years and while i’ve planned most of the wedding, I procrastinated on invitations. I have this dream where we send post cards to all our guests as Save the Dates/Invitations from France, but finding 150 non-touristy post cards and mailing them internationally is almost prohibitively expensive. How much better would it be if we were able to show a picture of us abroad to get our relatives excited about our wedding (not to mention cut down on the number of postcards I’ve promised to write…)

    I would totally use these and it would fit so well with our globetravelling personalities and our families and friends could enjoy a lovely photo of us from somewhere in France. (I promise, not the Eiffel Tower. Maybe a quaint scene of us at a cafe or in front of a grand cathedral…) Oh the possibilities!

  14. Remember that happiness is a way of travel, not a destination.

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