Art Print Giveaway

If you've been hanging out with me on Facebook lately, or are following me on Instagram, you'll know that I've been diving back into making art lately. Prior to now, it had been a back burner type of thing. I did it in my spare time. That makes me laugh a little because rarely do I ever have any spare time. Thus, why it had been literally years since I'd done more than one piece of art per year. 

One thing I'd like to say about that is...if I don't start doing the things I love now, I may never get to do them. And so I'm doing it. I'm going big. Go big or go home, right?

I'd like to get my work out in to the big world and make something wonderfully beautiful with it. So help me share! That's what this giveaway is all about. 

The winner will get to choose a print of their choice from my works. You can view them over on my Facebook page in the Art Album.  And hang on, because there will be some additions through out the week!



  1. I've always wanted to take a vacation to somewhere quiet and peaceful. One of these days...

  2. I would love to sew with a machine. I would be able to do so much more. But that will have to wait a bit longer.

    I love your art!

  3. Oh! Thank you for the giveaway!! You are an amazing artist!

  4. brittany alessioMay 24, 2013 at 10:11 PM

    You of course know i love your work

  5. I have a passion about lactation and childbirth and I would love to become a doula. I have researched it, bought some of the book on the required reading list, found a place that will do the training but fear holds me back. I am fearful of failing at anything so I never put myself out there to fail. there are quite a few things I would like to pursue but that always holds me back. I need to learn how to let go and just do.
    Amanda H.

  6. I would love to be crafty, but I haven't drawn since middle school and I have slowly lost my skills. also, wish I could master the sewing machine so I could make all kinds of awesomeness like you! :)

  7. weve been wanting to live completely off grid, but with kids its a slow transition!



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