Stone Prints Customized Stone Giveaway (Ends 12/18/13)

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Stone Prints are a wonderful way to cherish your most precious memories, from your baby’s newborn sized feet to your dog’s paw print. Completely customized by you with a print kit, these heavy duty river rocks are a special and unique Christmas gift that will last forever. You can display them outside in your garden or on your dining room hutch. Stone Prints are available in different colors, shapes, sizes, and you can add names and dates to make them even more customized. Each kit contains a form to fill out with your chosen options, contact paper and inkless wipes to complete and return your print (a paid postage envelope is provided for you). In just a few weeks you will receive your print engraved into a beautiful river rock.

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Stone Prints can be purchased on their Etsy shop for $80-$100. Read Kara’s review to see photos and learn more about Stone Prints.

One lucky winner will have the opportunity to customize and receive their own personalized river rock from Stone Prints. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will end on 12/18 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Please enter on the Rafflecopter below.
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Disclosure: This blog did not receive any type of compensation for sharing this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.


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2 thoughts on “Stone Prints Customized Stone Giveaway (Ends 12/18/13)

  • I would put my nephew name on it. He passed away in 2000. My sister has a bigger one like these in her flower bed with his name on it so I think a smaller one would be pretty with it.

  • I would probably do one of my dog, Chewbacca. My kids are mostly grown. I still have their handprints!!

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