***This giveaway is no longer accepting entries***
After practically living and breathing home improvement and general house sprucing for the past three years (and blogging about it non-stop for nearly two) it sometimes feels like we’ve considered how to transform every nook and cranny of our space. But when this week’s giveaway sponsor ed us, we suddenly realized there was one surface that we had overlooked…
Kodu Design makes custom graphic stickers of all sizes, and therefore practically all surfaces, but they specialize in designs for laptops and refrigerators (yes, refrigerators) so this week we’re giving away some pretty amazing instant art.
Our six lucky winners will be able to choose from the variety of graphics and colors shown on Kodu’s product page – from crisp stripes for your computer to an oversized fork for your fridge. These removable stickers (did your ears perk up, renters?) might just be the perfect way to breathe life into an aging machine or add some extra punch to your workspace or counterspace. Or you could go rogue and use the large fridge sticker for another big surface in your house, like this decal-turned-showstopping-backsplash. Ah-mazing.
- PRIZE: A graphic laptop decal (valued at $14) OR a side-by-side fridge decal (valued at $134) in any design on their site.
- TO ENTER: Comment either “STICK IT TO MY COMPUTER” or “STICK IT TO MY FRIDGE” depending on which prize you prefer and tell us…
- BONUS QUESTION: … how you’re currently bringing some personal flair to your computer or fridge? Maybe it’s a simple desktop wallpaper that makes your day? Or a photocollage on your fridge?
- GIVEAWAY CLOSED: Friday, July 24th at 8pm EST
- NUMBER OF WINNERS: Six lucky winners will score one of five laptop stickers and one refrigerator decal.
- PRIZE SHIPS: Globally- so everyone’s in on the fun this time.
- THE USUAL: One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winner will be selected using random.org and announced on Saturday. Good luck!
Get more info on our freebies at our Giveaway FAQs page. Images courtesy of Kodu Design.