Artifact Uprising Postcard pack {giveaway}

I take a lot of pictures. A lot.

Photography is a creative outlet for me and thankfully my family has grown accustomed to the constant snapping I do with my cameras. As much as I enjoy the process of creating a photo, I also want to make sure my photos do not simply stay on memory card or roll of film. My kids are willing subjects most days; I want them to enjoy the ‘product’ of that camera clicking in our house. Each year I print photobooks, I add 4×4 prints to our photowall, and I try to print any images my kids request for their own collections.

When my kids see their pictures printed it helps develop their interest in photography and usually makes them a little more willing to let me capture with my camera them throughout the day.

Recently, I had the chance to receive a postcard pack c/o Artifact Uprising.  I’ve ordered postcards before from other companies, but I’ve heard such great things about the Artifact Uprising quality, I was excited to try them for myself. They did not disappoint.
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The postcards are printed on heavy recycled paper and of top quality. I printed a couple of ‘non-personal’ shots, but the majority of our postcards are more personal.4.14artifactuprising-34.14artifactuprising-44.14artifactuprising-54.14artifactuprising-6

There are several reasons postcards appeal to me. The biggest reason is it is such an easy way to share photos with our friends and family. I let the kids pick out most of the pictures for our postcard pack. They chose certain pictures with specific recipients in mind. Lots of goofy face shots were selected to mail to their friends. Seeing them excited about the pictures also means it is much easier for me to get them to practice their writing skills. Win/win for us….and their friends get surprise mail. My kids LOVE getting mail. Goodness, I love getting mail.4.14artifactuprising-74.14artifactuprising-8

How about a little postcard pack giveaway to start this week? You can use the widget below to enter the giveaway. I do want to note that your email address is required and you will get an email from Artifact Uprising (but it is a good email, hint. hint.) Enjoy!

Giveaway Details:

Prize: 1 postcard pack from Artifact Uprising

1 winner chosen at random

Giveaway ends Monday, April 14th 11:59pm MST

To enter – submit  your email in the widget below

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  • Analia - That is a great idea. I have a sister-in-law that sends these out!
    And we love getting them.

  • stephany - i absolutely love this!

  • Meg - I’ve been wanting this postcard pack from them for a while now! Love your photos in it!

  • Erica Baker - I just got my first Artifact Uprising book in the mail this week. The quality is amazing.

  • The Domestic Fringe - I love this idea! I didn’t print pictures in years, but I’m just now starting. I take so many pictures of my family and for my blog. It’s great to find out new ways of using all those photos.

    My family would love to get pictures of my kids via postcards. How fun!
    ~FringeGirl

  • Amy - Brilliant idea to get the kiddo(s) to practice writing skills by sending postcards – ours would love that. And I just love the postcard idea in general. Anyone would be so excited to see one of those in their mailbox! Great giveaway – thanks!

  • Chelsea Ward - Such a sweet idea! I love sending a receiving postcards and this just makes it even more personal.

  • Teresa Young - Who doesn’t love getting mail?! I would love to try out some of Artifact Uprising’s postcards. I love seeing your photography; great shots for the postcards! (:

  • Jamie - I have never heard of Artifact Uprising. Wonderful giveaway. I am not on fb. Does entering my email address still count as an entry?

  • kimberly oyler - a friend sent me a postcard from artifact uprising for christmas. they really are great quality!

  • Kerenza - What an awesome idea! I love it!!

  • marie - I’ve never seen these postcard packs before…such a fun idea! And such a fun giveaway. Thank you!

  • Ceri - This would be great to use for vacation photos!!! Have you heard of or used Groove Book? I have their app but have not signed up yet. It reminds me of them.

  • Kellie Ann - I made three photo books with Artifact Uprising and gave them as Christmas gifts. The books were simply stunning- the best I’ve seen for the price. The company is lovely to work with and provides quality products. Thanks for featuring a giveaway with them.

  • Jill Curry - Very cool idea!

  • Kate @ Songs Kate Sang - I just love the pic of the girls in your wedding dresses! It turned out beautifully!

  • Amy - I love these! Can I still enter even though I am not on Facebook?

  • jennifer - What a great way to share family photos!

  • NicoleI - Love these postcards. I also think a book of postcards would make a fantastic teacher gift.

  • Maegan Keaton - I’ve used AU a few times now and have always been impressed with their product and more importantly, their service. I’ll have to try the postcards! My kids would love sending goofy pictures of themselves! And who doesn’t like a good mail day?

  • kelly - so fun and what a great giveaway! i wasn’t familiar with artifact uprising until now and reading some reviews will most definitely try them out in the future. thanks so much!

  • Veronica - Wowza!!!!!! Pleasssssssse pick me!!!!! How awesome! What a nice gift or even to be used as my thank you cards for photo shoots 🙂

  • rhonda - Cute idea!! My kids would LOVE to mail postcards of themselves!!

  • Nicole L. - Last month I made my kids a letter writing pack. I printed out stationary, we made some postcards, and I put a list of addresses and a pack of stamps in a folder. They can write to anyone whenever they get the urge and they love it!

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  • Kelli - This sounds awesome, definitely a win/win. Thanks for sharing it with us. I’d love to win a trial, but am off to check it out now and see how soon I can afford it anyway.