Fab Freebie: Moo Moo Moo!

***This giveaway is no longer accepting entries – see who won below!***

Our trio of winners this week (thanks as always to random.org for the selections) are… Lila @ sweet and lovely crafts (who wants triple the hours in a day), Molly (who wishes for 3 times the energy, time and money to take on more projects she reads about here)  and Emily B (who’d like her yard & house tripled in size). Congrats you three!

We started doing giveaways just about 3 years ago, and our 3rd giveaway on December 1, 2008 was with a fun printing company called MOO. The prize was valued about $20 and fewer than 300 people entered.

Now MOO is back to celebrate a freebie-nniversary of sorts. This time they’ve tripled the prize value AND the number of winners. So a trio of you will have $60 to spend on their signature MiniCards, a set of colorful business cards, some photo stickers, or maybe even some personalized or pre-designed holiday cards. There are tons of fun uses for them – you can even see a couple of projects that we did with some MiniCards back in ’08.

  • PRIZE: $60 gift certificate to moo.com
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “MOO ME!” and tell us…
  • BONUS QUESTION: … what in your life you’d like to triple. Is it the amount of space in your house? The number of hours in the day? The amount of money in your bank account? The number of cats that you own?
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Wednesday, November 30th at 8pm EST or at 10,000 entries (whichever comes first)
  • PRIZE SHIPS: Anywhere in the world!
  • USUAL STUFF: One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winners will be selected using random.org and announced on Thursday as an update to this post. That’s right, come right back here on Thursday for the announcement of our winner. Good luck…

Note: We aren’t paid or perked for hosting these giveaways, we just do ‘em to thank you awesome folks for stopping in. See our Giveaway FAQ page for more info. Pics courtesy of moo.com.


  1. Jaclyn says

    Moo Me!! I would love to triple the size of my family. I always grew up wanting to have more cousins, aunts, uncles, etc.

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