Monday, October 11, 2010

FREE STUFF! Telescoping Card Holder from Inglenook Decor

I am a fan of all things telescoping and when Maureen of the Inglenook Decor offered to give one of her telescoping card holders away on the blog, I nearly got out of my chair to jump up and down. Ok, I did ... but just a little.

Maureen carries all of the telescoping products above on her beautiful website, here. The card holder is perfect for business cards, this telescoping stand reaches a total height of 9-inches, making it perfect for much more!

How about as a recipe card holder in your kitchen?

Or maybe a clever way to showcase Holiday greeting cards you received throughout the season? It could even be the perfect display stand for artistic post cards from places you've travelled, near or far.

The possibilities are endless, and one of them could be yours courtesy of Maureen at the Inglenook Decor.


HERE'S HOW YOU EARN A CHANCE (or TWO) TO WIN!


Just leave a comment here with how you'd use the card stand. If you're a follower, leave a comment letting me know that you follow me, and you'll be entered twice. If you're not a follower, join me, and you'll get an extra chance to win!


$15 OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER!

And because Maureen is so special, she's even offering a spectacular discount to all Color Outside the Lines readers who become her friend on Facebook, and leave a comment there OR if join her mailing list by visiting her website. The giveaway ends Thursday, and the winner will be announced on Friday during the Vignette Friday post.

41 comments:

  1. These stands are cool. I think I would use it to display a favorite antique photo.

    -Danielle

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  2. I'll follow you forever! I would display my grandmother's worn chocolate cookie recipe that was given to me twenty years ago in her handwriting. She can no longer write well due to arthritis. Insert: "Awww."

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  3. I would use it to exchange notes with my husband about coming and going. and i've been enjoying following you!

    E

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  4. I'd feature my new grandson's picture above a picture of my daughter and son-in-law to show off the new family unit.
    I am a follower.

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  5. Artie...I would use this to display my new 5 generation photo of my grandmother, mother, me, my daughter, and my grndson!

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  6. How cool are those??? I'd use one to display....um...loads of stuff! Probably a photo of my grandparents when they got married in 1927.
    Oh, and I'm a long time follower!

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  7. Wow, the possibilities are endless, but a few that come to my mind for displaying would be pictures of loved ones, favorite vintage postcards, even the directions for a doily I'm crocheting! Would love to win one!
    Thanks so much, Doni

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  8. And I'm already a follower too!

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  9. These are great! I would either display an old postcard or an old family photo. Hmmm? But the others have posted some great ideas.

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  10. I just recently started following your blog. Love it.

    I would display the 1st Christmas card my mother gave my father when they first started dating.

    It reads, Christmas Wishes Andy, Your Friend Anne.

    So cute - It is one of my most cherished keepsakes.

    My parents celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary several months before my Mom passed away last year.

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  14. Mom in High Heels - 2nd EntryOctober 10, 2010 at 11:15 PM

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  16. Being a new grandma, I would most likely use it to hold a current photo of my granddaughter. I think this would work well because I'm always taking new pictures and she is always changing at this point, so I like the current pics in front of me.

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  17. These stands would be perfect in my house!

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  18. I'd definitely use it on my mantle make over I am doing right now!

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  19. Great giveaway! I love the idea of displaying Christmas cards during the holidays or vintage pictures during the year!

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  20. I am now a follower! Thanks :)

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  21. I'd use it to display a vintage postcard but I'd probably change it out every so often.

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  22. What a neat giveaway! I can't believe I have never been to your blog, can't wait to catch up.

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  23. Artie,
    Thank you for stopping by my blog this AM and leaving the comment about your give-away. Its always nice to see someone new has checked out my very new blog! I have no idea what I am doing so I am learning as I go. So thank you! I also love that now I discovered yours :)

    Have a great day!

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  24. Love it! I would put one of my own small prints on it and place it on our entry table!

    mantua@gmail.com

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  25. I've never seen anything like this before...it is interesting! I guess I'd use it for recipes in the kitchen although it looks cool under glass doesn't it?

    I have a giveaway on my blog too. You need to get over there and register!

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  26. Thanks for visiting my blog. That stand would look so neat with all the holiday cards I know will start filing my mailbox shortly.

    Elise
    www. realeliserealworld.blogspot.com

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  27. If you get this twice.. sorry.. dont' be mad, the first one just disappeared..

    I think this is the coolest thing in blogland.. I would use it to display a picture of the cutest girls in the world, my granddaughters. Then at Christmas time it would display each card as it came and give it it's special place for the day! OOh thanks so much for a chance to win. I love this!!!

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  28. Oh Artie, there are some great ideas here. I would use them in a group - maybe of 5 or 7, and I'd put them at all different heights with my grandmother's recipe lists on them. They were handwritten by her several decades ago. Love this giveaway, thank you very much! Giney P.

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  29. I would use it to hold a recipe. I have just recently found your blog and check it daily. Thanks.

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  30. I would use the card holder for signed papers that my daughter needs to take back to school! Very chic!
    New to the site...and I love it!

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  31. These stands are really cool!!can be used for more than one purpose!!

    Plastic Card Printing

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  32. This is so nice..i might need it when use the design for plastic cards.

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