January 21, 2016

Save 20% on Your @YourCover Order This Valentines Day

Looking for a unique gift to wow your valentine?  Check out YourCover

YourCover began in 2000 with the belief that everyone deserves to star on his or her very own magazine cover. Initially, YourCover had its employees creating each issue individually, using photos and information provided by customers. This process of making fake magazine covers was highly labor intensive – and the price point reflected the considerable labor cost.

Keep reading for details on how to save 20% on your Your Cover purchase.

In order to lower the price of our personalized magazine covers, we renovated our site to enable users to create their own fake magazine covers online. The revised YourCover site debuted in 2006, was revised again in 2010 and most recently in 2015 so that now, with our fully automated and interactive site, you can log in to YourCover.com and create a magazine cover by simply uploading your own photos and adding text using our magazine cover templates and text suggestions.

Your Cover takes your pics from this: 

to this:

The website is easy to use.  Just choose your cover, upload your favorite pic and choose your headlines.  Within minutes I created a gift using a pic a family friend took with her cell phone from my sister's wedding.  Even her friend was amazed I used the pic to create such a beautiful gift.  Your Cover is affordable with prints starting as low as $12.95 and has accessories such as t-shirts, canvas prints and even coffee mugs. 

For a limited time, Three Boys and an Old lady blog readers Save 20% off your entire purchase using the code USFGVD20 at http://www.yourcover.com

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. No monetary compensation was received. The views expressed below are mine. Many thanks to the USFG Blogger Network for this opportunity. My sister and my brother in law LOVED their Your Cover gift.  Opinions are my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. The opinions expressed above are mine. Click here for the Disclosure Policy of Three Boys and an Old Lady blog. The opinions expressed above are 100% my own. I received a product in exchange for this review and post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.



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