Win a Personalized Keepsake Box with Photo Tile from MailPix






MailPix is an online photo retailer that offers an assortment of products that are perfect for the upcoming holiday season such as, custom photo ornaments, holiday cards, canvas wall art, fleece blankets and so much more!

The goal of MailPix is to keep costs low and pass savings along to consumers. Using the latest easy-to-use web technology, integrated with social media, it is easier than ever to turn digital photos, Facebook and Instagram pictures into tangible products such as photo books, prints, cards, enlargements and a variety of gifts!

MailPix was started by two Photo Industry veterans with a concern that a whole generation of photo memories, whether stored online, in hard drives or smart phones, would be lost to future generations and wanted to provide an affordable and simple way to turn images in memories.

Personalized Fleece Blanket Review.

I just placed my order with Mailpix and I will have a review up for you once I receive my items.  If you want to order any items, the deadline to order photo items for Christmas is December 12th for standard delivery.

In the mean time, Mailpix would like to give one of my readers a Keepsake Box with Photo Tile  (Retail Value $30).

Keep your treasures safe with a personalized gift box. Add a photo of your favorite memory to your custom gift box to personalize the box and make it yours. A gift box can be used as a personalized jewelry box or can simply keep Dad’s pocket change out of site.

  • Gift Box is 5.5 x 5.5 x 2.25″ with a glossy wooden finish
  • Inlaid 4.25″ square ceramic photo tile
  • Inside of gift box is lined with white felt

Giveaway will end on 12/9/12 at 11:59 pm EST. Winner will be notified via email and will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Giveaway open to U.S. only, 18+

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Prize will be fulfilled by sponsor.

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  1. I like their photoprinting from Facebook. True, I probably have already scanned in pictures to upload onto FB, but they’re old or they’re from and old format, or scary enough, from a yearbook.

  2. I like the photo blanket and the snowflake magnet and of course the photo keepsake box= )