Giveaway: 4 x 1,000 Business Cards from Instant Print

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Did you see my review of business cards from Instant Print I posted yesterday?

Business Cards Printed by Instantprint

They have very kindly offered four sets of 1,000 business cards like mine for me to give away to readers of Splodz Blogz.

These would be ideal for anyone needing business cards from bloggers to Avon ladies to music teachers and everyone in between.

To enter this competition all you need to do is comment on this post with the answer to this question:

If you could do any job/career/profession, what would you do?


Business Cards Printed by Instantprint

It’s really unusual for me to have two giveaways running at the same time, but I’ll stick with my usual routine of leaving it open for entries for two weeks. So you have until Saturday 26th January at 8pm to comment. I will pick the winners and publish their names here on Splodz Blogz about a week later.

With four chances to win it has got to be worth a try! Good luck!

The Rules

  • This competition is open to UK residents only.
  • You must be aged 18 years old or over at the time of entry.
  • The competition closes at 8pm on Saturday 26th January 2013.
  • Entry is by making a relevant comment on this post on the subject suggested.
  • Entrants must include a valid email address in the box provided (will not be published). This is so I can contact you if you win.
  • You can only enter once. If you post more than one comment only your first will count as entry into the competition.
  • Members of my immediate family cannot enter (sorry!).
  • The winners will be picked at random from all eligible entries and be announced on Splodz Blogz soon after the closing date.
  • The prize is 4 x 1,000 business cards from Instant Print. The four winners will need to use the provided templates (Photoshop, Illustrator or Publisher) to design their business card and submit it directly to Instant Print.
  • The winners must respond to their email from Splodz Blogz within two days or I reserve the right to re-draw.
  • Your details will only be used for the purpose of this competition. The prize will be sent directly by Instant Print.
  • You don’t get any extra entries for tweeting or posting about this competition anywhere, but I don’t mind if you do (go on… you know you want to!).
  • Oh… and my decision is final (I like saying that!).

The best way to find out first who won this competition is to subscribe to Splodz Blogz by email or in a reader. Use the links over on the right to do this. You can also connect with Splodz Blogz on facebook and twitter if you fancy it!

54 Responses

  1. Dan

    My ideal career is to support and help develop Social Enterprises. Kinda doing it as a sideline but would love to go freelance and do this all the time 🙂

  2. Helen Neale

    I would love to be a wildlife warden somewhere remote and amazing, like the Kruger in South Africa. Be wonderful to watch and look after to wonderful animals.

  3. Jane Willis (@janesgrapevine)

    I’m doing my dream job now – I’d always wanted to write and for years I dreamed of running my own comping magazine. I’m my own boss, work my own hours and combine my favourite hobby with my business. It’s got everything going for it except a decent income! The only other thing I’ve ever really dreamed of being is a restaurant reviewer, but that would have to be on an occasional basis or I’d explode – and as I love cooking I wouldn’t like to give it up.

  4. christina brown

    my ideal job would be as an instructor of extreme sports such as skydiving and white water rafting 🙂

  5. Lynn Blakeman

    My dream job would be jewellery designer. I do make my own jewellery now though so the business cards would be very handy.

  6. Joanne Mapp

    I run a business with my partner, but would really love to have my own boutique

  7. Gary Topley

    I would like to be an airline pilot, as the responsibility would be amazing and the opportunity to travel I would love.

  8. Fiona Mallard

    My ideal job would be to be a freelance translator. Just need to get the courage to take that jump to freelancing…

  9. christina curtis

    I would love to own a chocolate factory! (other wise I am actually doing my ideal job, I print tshirts and bags)

  10. Louise Comb

    I would be a cartoonist with my husband, with him doing the drawing and me doing the writing. Selling our cartoons to newspapers, magazines, greeting card companies and perhaps doing a few joke books too. Perhaps one day 🙂

  11. Kevin Paddock

    I already have my dream job commenting on Walsall Football Club via my new website.

    I just want to showcase the message out there in hope that it continues to boom!

  12. maggie brown

    Luckily I’m doing it now, working in the family business a golf club/bed and breakfast, although if the snow comes it won’t be much fun!

  13. Tanya Ong

    Dream job is to be an actor and writer. Something I am currently persuing!

  14. Bonnie

    Im doing my dream job, im a stained glass artist in a lovelt place with great people and fab work. I also run alot of workshops and it turns out i now love teaching too!

  15. Mark Rayner

    I would have loved to be a race car driver maybe Nascar or Touring Car…

  16. Rebecca Fitzgibbons

    I would love to be a tv/film editor.

    Living in London balancing my work/family life perfectly of course!

  17. Cathy

    I do actually have my ideal job – I’m a jewellery designer. And to compliment my jewellery, I’m opening up a giftshop this spring… and starting a community art group at the same time. I then get to do what I love, sell what I love to make, and teach other’s different crafts!

  18. sam bailey

    I actually run a little company doing cleaning and ironing, however this was not my chosen career im just doing what i can to fit in with my daughter and her needs. My aim is when she is older to take myself back to college/university and retrain i would love to be a social worker, support worker, someone that can try and make a difference on some kids life who has had a real crappy start

  19. Jane Middleton

    I would love to be a web designer, but there is so much to learn

  20. Leigh Larkin

    I sometimes wish I’d followed my dream to train as a midwife. Keep thinking though that it might not be too late for a career change…. 🙂

  21. Claire

    my ideal job is being a childminder which I’m currently in the process of becoming 🙂

  22. Jennifer Stokes

    I would have loved to have been a Traffic Warden, but my husband is a taxi driver and had been booked many times, so he forbade it!

  23. Mar

    Rock star! Too much to ask for? Okay then, my own business comes a close second.

  24. Vicky Robinson

    I would love to run a company doing up run down houses, making them beautiful & saleable again & then selling them at a profit. I would like to run it from home & fit it in with looking after my kids.

  25. Michelle

    I can’t just pick one job, so I would split my day reviewing tv programmes, whilst testing out all my shoes as a shoe reviewer and planning socials and events for the Lincoln WI (the latter of which I do now ) – forgot to add that I would be paid BIG money for doing the above.

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