WIN: Personalised StickyGram Magnets With Your Photos

How often do you look at your instagram collection? I spend hours taking pretty photos…and then forget about them as I move onto working out what to do next. But StickyGram could change this.

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StickyGram is a new personalised printing service that lets you turn your instagram photos into lovely little magnets. On the StickyGram website you can log-in to your instagram account, select your masterpieces and your order will be delivered to your door in 2 – 4 days (if you’re in the UK).

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For me, this has the added benefit of working as a publicity tool. My book Get Rich Blogging was published in February and so I’m after a way to spread the word. I plan to give one of these to friends that work in offices with communal fridges so that their workmates will hear about the book. If you’re a blogger you could make up some magnets with your blog logo on?

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They’re good value – $14.99 for a sheet of 9 magnets, which works out to just over £1 per individual customised magnet. But today, you could win one as StickyGram have given me a code for two lucky readers. To be in with  chance of winning one, simply answer this Qs:

QS: What is the name of the book I wrote that was published in February 2013?

Email your answer to zoe@livelikeavip.com  along with your name and address by 2359 on Monday 12 August. Usual Live Like a VIP T&Cs apply.

What images would you turn into lasting magnet memories?

Zoe Griffin

Editor In Chief

Editor In Chief at Live Like A VIP. Author, Journalist & Copywriter. Often found with a glass of Champagne in hand!

2 Comments
  1. I would pictures of the beanie hats I crochet and stick them on the chair lifts when I go snowboarding so people will want one haha!!!!
    Lesley

  2. Are the advent prizes for xmas 2012 ever going to materialise? I was one of the winners and despite repeatedly contacting you via email and on your Facebook wall, no one has responded. To say I’m disheartened is an understatement, it wasn;t a large value prize but you really shouldn’t run competitions if you are not going to honour the prize

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