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Canvas print giveaway, all thanks to Signs on the Cheap!

A few weeks ago I got an email from a guy named Nathan. Nathan is in charge of Public Outreach for Signs on the Cheap, a company which specializes in the sorts of signs you see during campaign seasons on lawns and along different roads. They also print banners and car magnets through their sister sites BannersOnTheCheap.com and MagnetsOnTheCheap.com.

Nathan has been fantabulous and is hooking me up with some pretty nifty magnets! (Yay for my first real swag!)

In addition to this amazing opportunity, they’re helping me reach out to you, my phenomenal readers, with a really great giveaway! They’re offering one FREE CANVAS PRINT through Easy Canvas Prints. The lucky winner can get up to a 11”x14” print for FREE. If you want a bigger print, they’ll deduct the cost of the 11”x14” canvas print from your total. This is a fabulous way to turn your favorite photo into a permanent piece of art.

What are you waiting for?! Enter to win today… I’ll let the raffle run through August 12th… just in time for the one lucky winner to snap some fabulous pics at BlogHer12! ;) Be sure to check out Signs on the Cheap, as well as Banners on the Cheap and Magnets on the Cheap… no matter what your advertisement needs may be, they’ve got you covered!

Thanks again to Nathan and the folks at Signs on the Cheap for this amazing giveaway! I’m so excited!

 

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Edit, 7/30/2012, 9:24pm

I should emphasize that I have never used Easy Canvas Prints for a canvas print before. As for Signs on the Cheap, Banners on the Cheap, and Magnets on the Cheap, they sent me 100 magnets to hand out. I received  no monetary compensation for this post.

I love restaurant week.

So it’s currently Restaurant Week in the town where I go to school/ work…which basically means I have the opportunity to eat like a queen on a grad student’s budget.

This translates to awesomeness.

Today I ended up at The Frog and The Peach for lunch with an old friend. I’ve only been there once before a few years back, back when Restaurant Week coincided with the school year. It’s a really high class place with gourmet food so it was a real treat to eat lunch there!

As I waited for my friend to get to the restaurant, I enjoyed a drink at the bar. I got “El Sustantivo” or “The Bootlegger,” which is light and dark rum, orange bitters, Punt E Mes Sweet Vermouth, Coriander, and cinnamon spice all mixed together. It was a little strong, but also sweet. I’m a girl who likes my rum so I enjoyed it.

I like drinking rum by candlelight before lunch, don’t you?

We ended up eating in the garden room, aka patio, which, despite the torrential downpour we had today, was really nice.

This is what the Garden Room apparently looks like when it’s sunny out.

For lunch, we got to choose off the special Restaurant Week Menu. (There were two choices for each of the 3 courses.) I got:

Black Truffle Ricotta Gnocchi as an appetizer, which came with Heirloom Tomato, Capers, Parmesan, and Balsamic Brown Butter

A Grilled Hanger Steak with Cajun Ratatouille, Frites, and Mustard Veal Jus

Seasonal Fruit and Berries for dessert

All I can say is holyyyyy smokes.

I love delicious food, elegance, and pretending I’m fancier than I actually am. With restaurant week, I was able to do just that. For $19 (as opposed to the usual $50-75 per person) I was able to feast like a queen.

Do you have Restaurant Week by you? Do you like to take advantage of it?