Are you already thinking about the holidays and racking your brain for some original gift ideas at budget prices? How about a personalized gift for the dog lover in your life? And even better … how about if the gift is free?
Yes, indeed… Snapfish is offering a free dog leash. It’s personalized, black vinyl, 6 feet long, 1 inch wide, wide looped for easy handling and has a secure metal clip which attaches to Fido’s collar. You can upload a photo to be embedded on the leash, or if you don’t have a picture of your friend’s dog, create a clever little logo of his name. How cute is that?
So how do you qualify for this free offer from Snapfish? Easy peesy everyone. All you have to do is sign up for a Snapfish account… new accounts only. When you register, you also are eligible to receive 20 free prints.
If the idea of pet presents has now piqued your interest; and you are eager to get started on that holiday list, click on over to www.snapfish.com/gifts/product=dog-bowl .You can upload Fido’s photo at the beach or dog park, personalize the bowl and even buy a matching one for water and give it to your special dog lover friend. You might even wind up splurging and buy one or two for your own dog ( or cat ).
Snapfish has many clever and inexpensive gift ideas …takes the pinch out of the holidays and shows someone how utterly clever you are too. Use the coupon code POSTLABOR and get 40% off some very cute gifts. I clicked on the site www.snapfish.com/storepets. Now I along with dogs and cats am also passionate about horses, many of my friends are now in for a treat with customized mouse pads which I was able to upload photos of each of their horses for only $5.99 each. Another friend just rescued a greyhound at our local shelter, and she sent pictures to all of us to show us her newest family member. I just couldn’t resist, used her photos and just ordered her Pet Announcements, and of course which are now on sale.
It’s never too early to start your shopping folks, and with the economy crunch, nothing makes me smile more than the word “free” when shopping for presents.