Image3D Custom Reel and Viewfinder Set Giveaway!

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Have you checked out Image3D yet? If not, let me tell you a little about it. Image3D is a company that prints custom Viewmaster reels. One of the most unique ways to share your pictures and memories for sure! (You can read more about it in the post here.) And, the wonderful people at Image3D would like to give one lucky CraftGossip reader a chance to win their own reel and viewfinder set!

To enter, leave a comment on this page telling me what theme or pictures you’d use to create your free reel.

Contest is open to everyone with a valid mailing address worldwide! Contest ends on September 5th, 2013 at Midnight PST. Winner will be chosen at random.

Good luck!

Interested in purchasing a set for yourself? Head over to Image3D to learn all about it!


  1. Peggy R says

    I love my cats so much, and my Gizmo is so unusual, that I would love to see her in 3-D!! I’m sure that she’d really look even more striking with her long, tri-colored fur and green eyes!! My other cat, Sugar Ray, would look just as beautiful with his white fur, with tinges of oranage, and his icy blue eyes!! We live in the country, and there are photos that we took that would look outstanding in 3-D as well. The barn and wildlife are great examples.

  2. Mary Sue says

    I have the reel that my children had (they are in their 40’s). I would love to create a set of pictures with them through the years for their children to view when they come to visit Mimi and Poppy. :>)

  3. Lisa Key says

    I have always enjoyed View Master! I have my grandmother’s reels and viewer from the 1960’s. There are many from the places they went on family vacations. I have wanted to add photos of my childrens lives to this collection for quite some thime. What great family heirlooms to pass down! :)

  4. OHSue says

    My son is the photographer in this house and I would love to see some of his latest series this way. The latest has been macro shots of insects.

  5. Ashley says

    I would create a roll of pictures of my nieces and newphews I captured this summer via my iPhone. They are hillarious and would be classic in 3d format!

  6. Celia (Portugal) says

    Being a proud mum of three, I´d obviously use pics of them! Thanks so much for this chance.

  7. Deanna says

    I would put picture of my sons first years growth on it. I took pics of him each month with the month sticker on his onsie, and beside the same Buzz Lightyear stuffy to show how much he actually grew next to the same stuffy :). Would be an amazing keepsake.

  8. debbie myers says

    oh i would totally make one using my eight little grand children. i think these are just great. thanks for the chance

  9. Suzanne K says

    We got a new puppy earlier this year and I think it would be cute to see all her pictures displayed as a View Master reel.

  10. Anne L says

    I’d love to do memory photos for each of our family members especially as our sons are living overseas and when anyone is in hospital – better than watching TV!!!! This is a wonderful idea and didn’t realise this could be done.

  11. Jenn S. says

    I would put my husbands landscape picss from our various trips or maybe family photos through the years.

  12. StarMeadow says

    I’d do family photos. We had a recent flooding of our basement and all my family photos were ruined. I managed to dry out some but the edges have curled on all. Over the winter I’ll start the process of scanning them all into the computer. I love the idea of putting them on View-Master Reels!

  13. lee ann tavares says

    My grandkids LOVE their viewmaster. They would flip if they could see themselves in one. We just had a great summer and I would love to put those priceless pics in one. Thank you.

  14. genevieve cupolo says

    i’d do a reel showing my daughter going off to kindegarten, waiting at the bus stop as a middle schooler, and then going off to college as a young adult

  15. Malinda says

    I would do a bunch of family pictures for my daughter. She has loved looking at the old family pictures and getting any relative to identify them.


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