**UPDATED: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! STAY TUNED FOR WINNERS!**
Welcome to Day 2 of Bloggy Giveaways here at Gotchababy! Did you enter yesterday’s giveaway??? Can you believe how HUGE this carnival is? (ok, technically, if you’re looking at this late Monday night, it’s up and it’s good to go-tomorrow’s really busy, and I wanted to make sure this got up and running early in the week….)
You’ve seen the phones and the t-shirts, now here’s the ornament that will not only be a lovely gift (for yourself or a loved one), but it will also help end AIDS in Africa.
This is a glass ornament (that would be lovely on a window as well as a tree) etched with the signature inspi (RED).
Hallmark has an entire (PRODUCT) RED collection that is out of this world cool. There are cards, gifts, stationary and gift wrap that all bear the (RED) logo and support the (RED) cause. There are even premium ecards you can send. A percentage of each (PRODUCT) RED sold is donated to the Global Fund in Africa, which in turn, provides medication and education for those living with HIV/AIDS.
Hallmark also has a (RED) greeting card you can sign on Facebook. I am just learning the ropes of Facebook myself (I’m sure I’ll get it figured out just before the next new social networking site launches), but signing the card is really easy if you use Facebook, and then the image of the card is on your Profile page (the card doesn’t become a “friend”, but you become a “fan” of the card).
Anyway, I’ve become completely caught up in the power of (RED) and hope that you take a minute to read the information on some of the links above to learn more about it. Buying just one (RED) greeting card provides a dose of nevirapine, which prevents transmission of HIV from mother to child. How many other greeting cards do you know that can do that??
To win this fabulous, ornament-with-a-cause, leave me one comment, telling me where you would hang this in your home after the Christmas tree comes down. It’s so pretty, I think it deserves a year-round spot! You may earn up to two extra entries on this one–become a fan on Facebook and/or link this giveaway on your blog. Let me know in your comment what you’ve done so I can add an entry for you.
Comments will stay open until Friday afternoon. US/Canadian bloggers/readers only. You don’t need to be a blogger, just be sure to leave me an email address.
Links to the rest of this week’s giveaways here at Gotcha Baby:
Monday: Trimming the Tree
Wednesday: Living on Baby Time
Thursday: Horton Hears a Who
Friday: A Baby’s First Christmas Photo Keepsake
64 Replies to “Christmas in July: Inspi(RED)”
I would hang it in my bedroom. It’s beautiful.
I’d hang it up around my laptop table to add to my collection of scraps and pictures i pasted all over the wall. it’s my little inspiration corner in the room.
alexandra dot hancock at gmail dot com
i love (red) things it’s so great when something having to do with a great cause gets to be BIG and get a lot of help worldwide. i would most likely hang this on one of my living rooms walls so that when people enter they can see it along with other things i have up there
lc_intocable at yahoo.com
I love the (Red) products, too. I even have the (Red) razor cell phone.
I would definitely hang it in my kitchen.
I would hang it on the wall in the living room.
Id hang it in my car.
I would hang it in my living room.
I LOVE the (RED) products. I almost bought this ornament the other day, but didn’t. Last year after Christmas I got (RED) cards and wrapping paper for this year at 50% off. I’m so excited and can’t wait to use it. LOL! I’d hand the ornament in my kitchen window above my sink so that I could look at it all of the time.
I would hang it right next to the stove in the kitchen…where I seem to spend most of my time these days!
I hadn’t heard about these (RED) products before now, so thanks for bringing them to my attention!
I would hang it on my living room wall.
That would go beautifully in my kitchen. I love the deep red. Thanks so much!!
I would hang this in my dining room. Thanks for the chance. It’s beautiful.
You could make it into a necklace (if it isn’t too large).
Love it! I’d probably hang it on the back of my front door.