So we have an extra little surprise from the good folks at IdeaPaint for giveaway week. I didn’t originally have this in the schedule for this week, but they have offered up a giveaway of 10 of their “Lil Bit” kits of IdeaPaint dry erase paint. Each kit is big enough to paint a 3 square foot surface, so its great for small projects or as a trial run for a bigger project. You can check out our original IdeaPaint review here.
In addition to IdeaPaint offering up 10 of these Lil Bit kits for Giveaway Week, they are also offering the following discount to our readers:
- 15% off any IdeaPaint PRO or CRE-8 purchases via ideapaint.com, just use the code HOLIDAY11 at checkout when you shop the IdeaPaint Store online (runs through 12/23)
- 15% off AND free shipping off PRO or CRE-8 when you order by calling 800.393.5250 or email [email protected]
Rules are as follows:
1. You must be a US resident
2. Entries must be left by 11:59 PM Eastern time on December 15, 2011
3. Up to 3 entries per person, but only one of each method (ie. 1 straight comment, 1 twitter comment, and 1 newsletter comment)
4. Winner will be announced on December 16, 2011. Winners will have one week from that day to claim their prize
How to Enter:
1. Leave one comment
2. Sign up for the newsletter and monthly giveaway and leave an additional comment here, if you are already signed up just leave a comment as well
3. Retweet the following: “ Enter to win an @IdeaPaint “Lil Bit” dry erase paint kit from @OfficeSupplyGee #Giveaway Week http://goo.gl/u9PQ5 “ and leave another comment with a link to that particular status update. To get a link to your status update, just click on the time stamp below it on Twitter.
So to summarize, a maximum of 3 individual comments, one per entry method and you have until 11:59 PM eastern on on December 15, 2011 to enter. Also, there is no need to include your email address in the body of any comment, that is just asking for spam to your email account. There is a place for your email address in the comment form itself that doesn’t get displayed and we don’t use it for anything here.