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Easter Bunny... Caught!! *Giveaway and Discount Code*

Looking for something unique and fun to do for the kids on Easter?  
Look no further than!

This is such a fun product.  You just upload your photo of say, your backyard or living room and customize that photo with your choice of Easter Bunny pose.  It really does look like the Easter Bunny has come to visit at your home (or wherever you choose).  After you're done customizing and purchase your photo, it is yours to keep, download and share.  You can also have it printed in a variety of sizes at your local Walgreens so you can get it quickly and surprise your little ones on Easter.

We decided to try out ourselves and had so much fun designing our photo.  Today was an icky rainy windy cold overcast day but we took Molly, the little doggie, to the park for a photo shoot.  All of the trees are blooming and it looks so Springy!  Well, Springy in the sense that icky rainy windy cold and overcast is Springy.  We uploaded our photo, did a little customization and this is our final product.

Fun, right?!  This photo will make an awesome scrapbook page! has offered all of our readers 25% off with the promo code BUNNYHOP25.  Plus, we have five (5) codes for a free photo ($9.99 value) to giveaway to five lucky winners.

Just follow these rules to enter the giveaway.  This will be a quick giveaway as Easter is sneaking up on us.  Be sure to leave your email in your comments if it isn't in your profile so we can find you if you win.  Thanks!

*1) Visit, have a look around and leave a comment on this post with your email.

EARN EXTRA ENTRIES, complete as many or as few as you like:
*2)  Follow @ArtsyChaos on Twitter.  Leave a comment and include your twitter name.
*3)  Like the Artsy Chaos Facebook fan page.  Leave a comment and include your facebook name.
*4)  Follow Artsy Chaos with Google Friend Connect (in the right sidebar--->).  Let us know you follow.
*5)  Tweet this giveaway.  Leave the URL to your tweet!  You can tweet once daily if you'd like, just come back and leave a comment to let me know.  Or, if you'd prefer, share on facebook or another social networking site. Just leave the URL in a comment and let us know (once daily).

Giveaway ends April 23, 2011 at 11:59 AM MST.  Be sure to leave your email or  have it in your blogger profile so we can find you if you win.  Open worldwide, 18+.  Winner will be selected by a true random generator.  Winner must respond to winning email in 24 hours or a new winner will be selected.  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using created by WebBizIdeas a Minneapolis SEO and Web Design firm. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Tomoson Product review & giveaway Disclosure.


Gianna said…
It sounds like fun for the kids!
Gianna said…
Now following GFC.

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