Christmas in July: Inspi(RED)

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)”

  1. This beautiful ornament would hang in my little kitchen window where I keep my other suncatchers. It would look great! Thanks for the giveaway op.


  2. We get a lot of hi-altitude sun so I would hang this in one of our south facing windows to catch the sun’s rays. It’s a beautiful ornament.

  3. I might hang it in my office so I can keep in mind how lucky I am to be healthy in a wealthy nation. Thanks for the giveaway. freetibet1974(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. We have a tiny smidge of a wall between the bathroom and our bedroom. Right now I have a Halloween decoration hanging there, but I think this would be more eye-catching and just generally nicer.

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  5. I would hang this next to the big magnet I have on the fridge that says “What hurts one, hurts all” and has a 29 cents stamp for AIDS Awareness on it.

  6. I would most likely hang it on the wall in our entry-way. Either that, or in one of west-facing windows, like the kitchen or laundry room.

    michelle at northofthe49 dot com

  7. I have a shelf with three small knobs underneath for year round ornaments and it is in my entry way. This would look gorgeous there, thanks!

    kpuleski at gmail dot com

  8. Technically not in my home but I think I would hang it from my rear view mirror in the car.
    Great ornament and giveaway, thanks.

  9. I would put it in my kitchen. I have a red kitchen that it would match wonderfully.

    I have a few of the Inspi(RED) t-shirts, and love them. The pins are on my purse and I too am a fan on facebook. Such a wonderful cause.

  10. I have a couple of choices of where to hang it (kitchen, living room, our bedroom or our bathroom) – I’m thinking maybe the kitchen. 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂


  11. Depending on how big it is, I’d like to hang it on the mirror of our car. If it’s too big or won’t fit, I’d put it on the handle of the upper cabinet on my computer desk. That way everyone can see it!

  12. i heart red . . . it’s my fav color! i would keep it in my crafting area to keep me inspired! thanks!



  13. I would hang it by the bathroom mirror so I see it every morning and evening. Thank you.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

  14. I would have to hang this lovely ornament up on the pull for the ceiling fan in my kid’s room so that they can see it every day. Either that or hang it from my desk so I can look at it everyday. It’s so very pretty!

    HunnyV “at” Optonline “dot” net

  15. I would hang this in my cubicle at work, red is my favorite color and I need to be inspired 🙂


  16. How pretty and inspiring! I would hang it on the knob of one of my kitchen cabinets.

  17. I would keep it hanging off one of the drawer pulls at my work desk. I’m going back to school to work on my 2nd masters degree. Believe me, I need to be inspired!

  18. I have a small window beside my front door I would look great as well as catch everyones attention.
    Theresa N

  19. I would hang it by my kitchen sink. Its a great place to look out the window and be inspiRED. Thanks!

  20. This would definitely be a gift for my grandmother. She keeps all her favorite ornaments hanging on her porch, all year round. This would fit right it!

  21. Oh, it’s too cute to only display it at Christmas. I’d put it in the kitchen. We’re painting the kitchen yellow, and it would be a great accent piece. I have the perfect spot for this!

    daisyaday [at] gmail [dot] com


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