99 resolutions Instagram contest results

With the close of 2012, we ran our first contest on Instagram urging followers to share their New Year’s Resolutions with us. The rules were easy: upload a photo to Instagram explaining your New Year’s Resolution, tag #99_resolutions, and get as many “likes” as you can.

After 6 weeks, we are happy to finally announce our top 5 most-liked winners. Congratulations to all our winners!

Most-liked entry

amikafydesigns

“My resolution is to keep up with Amikafy Designs & school at the same time, and more 3D modeling to come!”
@amikafydesigns, AmikafyDesigns

Runners-up

karlaporto

“Get off my couch and ride my bike more.”
@karlaporto, Karla Jean

irokchuckz

“Not much of a yoga person, but would like to get a little more strength and flexibility.”
@irokchuckz, aitak

nixiejacobson

“Get more fit and go to the gym at least 3 times a week.”
@nixiejacobson, nixiejacobson

fattahsetiawan

“A new t-shirt from 99designs will be great to start 2013.”
@fattahsetiawan, fattah setiawan

Thanks to everyone who participated and those who stopped by to “like” their favorites.

Keep your eyes peeled for future Instagram contests, and don’t forget to follow @99designs on Instagram.

What is your new years resolution?

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Stephanie Thai
Stephanie Thai

Stephanie is Social Media Coordinator for 99designs, working out of the SF office. Off the clock you can find her scoping out restaurants and music venues, or galavanting outdoors.

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