Free Magic Giveaway – Win Your Very Own Foldable Cardboard Buddy!
Foldable.Me allows you to create little cardboard people that look like anyone. You create them online and we ship them to your door.
Foldables weigh in at a mighty 10g and stand 8.5 cm tall (roughly 3.5in). Each Foldable is made to order using our secret blend of matt laminate cardboard and high grade inks. They are precision cut and scored to be sturdy little souls – but they wouldn’t be much good in a fight!
3 winners will each receive a Foldable cardboard buddy that can be created in our online picker tool!
1. Goto Foldable.Me, create your Foldable and share it on Twitter with #FoldableMe #DYT
2. Enter through Facebook in the official contest form below to ensure you’re eligible for the prize. A winning entry does not need the successful completion of all steps, however there is an increased chance of winning if you submit through all contest steps. The contest begins March 11, 2013 and concludes on March 25, 2013. 3 lucky winners will be randomly chosen and announced on March 26, 2013.
Please, enter below and follow the steps. Good luck!
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