Saturday, September 07, 2013

5 ways to enter my first giveaway!


Welcome to my first giveaway! 

I really love sharing my art and ramblings with you all and I truly appreciate everyone who has connected with me through Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Etsy, Tumblr, my online workshop, this blog, and my website. I have been focusing on creating new embroidery pieces, hosting the online workshop, and meeting so many new people online and I wanted to take a step back and give back. I have been enjoying all the conversations online lately and I think this is a great way to show my appreciation :)

The Rules:
There are 5 different ways to enter this giveaway and a total of 8 possible entries for each person, so the odds are pretty good! I am using the Rafflecopter widget, so it should be really easy - just follow the prompts on the widget below and your entries will be tallied automatically. If you experience a problem, please let me know right away. There are no exchanges. When you enter, you are agreeing to be included on my mailing list - if you never want to hear from me than you probably wouldn't be here in the first place, right? So, good luck and thank you :)

The giveaway starts on Sunday September 8th and ends on Friday September 13th, 2013. Yes, Friday the 13th! Free shipping to where ever in the world you are :)
UPDATE: The end time for the giveaway is 9/13/13 at 12am, that is midnight on Thursday night. The winner will be chosen and announced on Friday 9/13/13.

Here is the prize: an 8 x 8 inch fiber embroidery piece - blue cotton embroidery thread on vintage cotton fabric with mini yellow flower pattern that I hand-dyed with silver spray paint -
the final piece is on stretcher bars and ready to hang!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

4 comments:

  1. I hope I win... I'm really excited about this! Great idea.

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    1. Thanks Napoleon - good luck!

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  2. Kelly - We miss you at the Heidelberg Project. Thanks for doing this giveaway. Your work is beautiful! - t

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    1. thanks Trista! I miss everyone at the Heidelberg Project, too :)

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