Win Free Ice Cream for a Year

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Are you obsessed with ice cream?

If so, you might want to consider entering the Ben & Jerry’s Pint Challenge for the chance to win a YEAR SUPPLY OF ICE CREAM.

Ben & Jerry’s and ReadyMade challenges you to create a cool, original project using Ben & Jerry’s iconic pint. Along with stocking up on a year supply of ice cream, the winner will also snatch up a prize package from Ben & Jerry’s and have their project featured in a Ben & Jerry’s advertisement in an upcoming issue of ReadyMade! (Yes, we are for serious, and by the way… how sweet is that?!)

It’s totally free to enter, plus you have a couple months to craft up something awesome! Here are the details.

Enter: Go to http://my.readymade.com/photos/photo-contests/

Submit: A photo or a sketch about your pint project (you can enter multiple times!).

Deadline: The Pint Challenge contest is now open and entries must be received by 11:59 p.m., E.T. on 7/24/11.

Good luck, we hope to see one of your projects gracing the pages of ReadyMade!

Official Rules for this Challenge on ReadyMade.com:
http://www.readymade.com/extras/win_ice_cream_for_a_year

 

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6 Comments

  1. Rosie says:

    Maybe I’m just missing something, but I’ve looked at the ReadyMade site, and at the Ben & Jerry’s site…where are the rules? Can Canadians enter?

  2. Microjivvy says:

    I feel like a complete dolt, but can you post a direct link to the official rules — I can’t seem to find it.

  3. SoCraftyTal says:

    Hey @Rosie and @MicroJivvy – we’re working with ReadyMade to find this out! I’ll post an update soon. Thanks for the feedback.

  4. Microjivvy says:

    I’m not sure this contest is ready for prime time. Still no rules and real oddities in the designated photo album…

  5. SoCraftyTal says:

    I’ve updated the post to include their official rules! Good luck!

  6. dulcet says:

    So you craft something with one of their pints? Does that mean the ice cream itself, or the carton?

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