who: you, pretty-loving friends
what: FREE some pretties (win a FREE 5×5 square print)
available prints (left to right, top row, then bottom):
when: leave a comment by wednesday, august 20, 2008, 9pm (PST)
make a request, if you like. i’ll do my best to get you that one,
favoring winner order.
where: right here. on this post.
how: using the pick-a-number-out-of-a-hat method. the boys
will pick five winners, and i’ll announce them here, like before.
good luck. and thanks for visiting me.
p.s. have some requests for next giveaway? leave a comment.
:: the winners
i adore the orchard print. :) tell me more about these square prints. i need some advice on having some of mine printed. xo
i have to remember not to put smileys on your blog. i cannot stand the emoticons. so sorry about that.
ah all so pretty. i think red kite is my fave or train tracks for my little guy who adores trains. any = happiness. thanks, kristin
Lovely. I love them in this order: 1. lone cow 2. train tracks 3. red kite 4. orchard 5. good morning, tea. <3
All are very pretty. Thanks for the offer!
the red kite the lone cow what we pick says so much about who we are.
I love the orchard one, for I am in love with those kind of orchards, I kept chasing them all around Europe when I was there as a young girl.
And then, the trails. I love trains too.
I like red kite and lone cow the best. Thanks for doing this!
They are all so pretty! And you have a beautiful site.
Love them all, us usual, but I particularly love Train Tracks and Orchard!
orchard (but all are lovely!) thanks for the chance! I am nw to your blog!
I feel guilty entering again because I won one last time. But I love the orchard. And the lone cow. (And, okay, I always like them all. Picking is hard.)
It may be weird to covet a photo of someone else’s kid, and I’m sorry about that if it is, but my fave photo of yours forever and ever is “milky.” To me it sums up everything lovey and sweet about having a baby in the house.
You probably won’t ever give away prints of your babe, but I do love that one.
I also love “sunflower” and “horse in red barn door” (I think that’s what it was called?).