Tuesday, March 6, 2012

FREE Magnetic Photo Calendar Giveaway!

A calendar holds at least 365 wonderful reasons to celebrate.  And today, in addition to Oreo’s 100th birthday, we give you yet another:  Five FREE personalized magnetic photo calendars to the first 10 people who post a qualifying response to this blog!

What is a qualifying response?

Simply visit our site here, peruse our stellar selection of Photo Calendars, and post a comment to this article telling us your favorite design (i.e. the qualifying response).  Then shoot us a quick email and let us know you posted a comment. The first TEN qualifying responses to this blog will win FIVE 2012 magnetic photo calendars.  Enter through the end of this week.

Magnetic photo calendars are a great way to keep up with the year at hand.  Stretched out before you in contemporary styling are 52 sets of bustling work weeks and fun-filled weekends.  Just one glance helps you plan your projects and outings.  And gazing at lovely photos of yourself, your family or even a favorite pet make it all that much better.

Scheduling appointments never felt so good as it does with a CrinkledNose magnetic photo calendar.  Photo calendars are handy dandy for your desk, fabulous on the fridge, and grand as gifts for the family members toughest to buy for.
The best part of this week’s offer is getting FIVE FREE MAGNETIC CALENDARS for winning our CrinkledNose giveaway. 

May the best Crinkler win!


  1. I like the Parchment 2-Photo calendar.

  2. I like the Pink & Brown Stripe 1-Photo Calendar!

  3. I like the Soft Pastels Photo Calendar!! Actually, I love them all :)

  4. I am a sucker for the classic look so I love the Black and White Photo Calendar

  5. I also like the pink & brown stripe calander

  6. I like the Pink & Brown Stripe 2-Photo Calendar!

  7. I like the pink and brown photo stripe calendar as well! The colors compliment each other beautifully!

  8. I like the parchment 2 photo 8.5 X 11 calendar. Rebecca :)

  9. I like the patchwork calendar design and the memory board design.