PrintRunner Giveaway & Postcard Announcement

I am delighted to announce that PrintRunner has offered one of my followers the opportunity to win 100 postcards!!!

I have no doubt that my travel obsessed followers would love the chance to print their favorite image on postcards to send to their friends and family during their adventures around the world.  I am also receiving 100 postcards and if you would like one, please email me at with your address and I will send you the following postcard from Charlotte, North Carolina:


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Giveaway Information:

  1. Leave me a comment describing the image you would choose for your postcards.
  2. For an extra entry leave me a comment telling me that you have followed me on Twitter.
  3. For another extra entry leave me a comment telling me that you have friended me on Facebook.
  4. For another extra entry leave me a comment telling me that you have liked My Beautiful Adventures on Facebook.


I will announce the winner on May 7th, 2011.


Postcard Information:

  • Postcard Size : 5 x 7
  • Quantity : 100
  • Colors : 4/0 (front only Printing)
  • Paper : 14 pt. with UV coating on front
  • Rounded Corners : yes
  • Proof : none
  • Ready to Ship In : 4 business days
  • Giveaway is open to US Residents only, ages 18 years old and above.
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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

A Chinese Medicine Doctor/Travel Writer and Photographer who is exploring life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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PrintRunner Giveaway & Postcard Announcement — 56 Comments

  1. First, I’d use pictures I’ve taken around Pittsburgh to send to my host mom in Argentina and friends who are abroad. After that, I’d put images from Madrid on the cards to send home while I’m there!

  2. Hi Andi,

    I would choose the image of a beautiful abandoned kitty based in Malaysia. I’m trying to create awareness of these kitties that were ignored by the shady animal laws in Malaysia. I’ve seen a blind cat, skinned cat, and even newborns that did not have access to facilities, etc.

    Cheers, Rika

  3. I would choose the image I took down in the French Quarters of New Orleans! I was struck by colonial style buildings, vibrant color, and overall warmth of the New Orleans residents. I want everyone to know what a great city it is!

  4. I’m not sure what picture I would choose for a postcard. Probably something from my time in Bangladesh, although I’ve got a couple good ones from thailand too. I love postcards though, so they would for sure get use!

  5. Bueno, for someone else in love with a man from another region, culture and language, I’d love to send a photo of Kike and I from our last five years together when we decide to get married for real (none of this “por juzgados” business!). We’re facebook pals, twitter addicts and we kinda just, in our weird little Internet way, understand one another!!

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  7. Such a great giveaway, Andi! :-) I would choose something summery and warm – perhaps the Slovenian Alps or an Albanian river or anything from Italy. :-)

  8. Awesome Andi! I’ve received postcards from you before, so I won’t email you this time to give another person an opportunity.

    I’d use an image that Gav and I plan on taking while I’m in London this month — it could become a save-the-date postcard perhaps :-)

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