May 01, 2009
AlphabetPIX Review & Giveaway- CLOSED
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I recently stumbled across a site called AlphabetPIX and I was amazed by their creativity and vision, and Lisa from AlphabetPIX generously sent me a sample of their artwork to review, and she has offered one of her works of art for a giveaway prize as well. First I’d like to tell you about the company.
AlphabetPIX combines Alphabets & Architecture – it’s the hottest new idea in NAME/WORD ART! Amazing personalized art YOU CREATE with Photos That Look Like Letters - and in just 3 easy steps. With these stunning photos of architecture, nature and the world around us, we've made gift-giving with a personal touch a snap! The possibilities are endless - Words to inspire like "Believe, Love, Faith", a wedding gift with the couple's surname or "Forever", a housewarming gift, a child's name for their room or the family surname hung over the fireplace - an heirloom treasured for generations to come.
<--- Samples of same words, different photos AlphabetPIX has been highlighted in DECOR magazine's new product spotlight, on America's Extreme Home Makeover Show, and in numerous other media outlets. There are over 10,000 pieces in a few hundred large chain stores - including Bed, Bath & Beyond - with premade concepts and photos. And custom products will be offered on QVC - they are already interested in this sports theme idea as well.
I had the chance to order one of these amazing pictures. It really is as easy as their website says. First I typed in the word I wanted to be transformed into art. I chose “BELIEVE.” Next I got the chance to select which photographs I wanted to be included in my Name Art. Third I was able to chose the type of frame and if I wanted black and white photographs or sepia tone (side note: they offer color Name Art for the holidays which are really neat). Three easy steps and it’s done!
When the art arrived it was boxed neatly and wrapped in bubble wrap for protection. Inside the bubble wrap was my art and frame wrapped up like a present with tissue paper and ribbon tied in a bow. Inside was my beautiful AlphabetPIX...And I LOVE it! It arrived in record time and I was so impressed. It will go perfectly in our new home. From the first email I sent to Lisa with AlphabetPIX, it was nothing but professionalism and courtesy. She responded promptly to any of my questions or concerns and my sample was shipped out very quickly. She even included adorable photo art Thank You cards, which is yet another fabulous product that they offer.
<--- Their holiday line Another thing I love about this company is that they offer ways to make their products more affordable. They offer a link where you can tell 3 friends and get $5 off your total purchase, or tell 5 friends and get $10 off your total purchase. It’s such a good idea, and a great way to spread word about such a unique company.
AlphabetPIX is offering one of their masterpieces to ONE lucky reader, see details below:
1) Visit AlphabetPIX and tell me what word you would select and which frame
2) Subscribe to my blog via email
3) Follow my on blogger/facebook
4) Join swagbucks using this link:http://swagbucks.com/?cmd=sb-register&rb=287178 (if you are already a member, this does not apply to you) Swagbucks gives you points for searching the internet, which can be traded in for great gift cards!
Deadline: May 25, 2009 at noon EST
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