Tuesday, March 15, 2011

March Giveaway!

My blog giveaway for the merry month of March is a set of 12 note cards with envelopes featuring my image Transitory Dreams.  The note cards are size 5x5 and are blank inside. The set comes packaged in cellophane and tied with a pretty bow!  This giveaway begins on Tuesday, March 15th and will end on Saturday, March 19th. Not much time for entries but I am heading off on an adventure shortly and want to have enough time before I leave to send the prize off to the lucky winner! This giveaway is open to everyone!

To enter, leave a comment about your favorite Springtime flower. I'll use a number generator to pick a winner and will post the winners name this upcoming weekend! Good luck everyone!


Nichole Renee said...

What a beautiful set of notecards! I love the first picture you posted of them; just lovely.

Our front yard is very shaded, so I'm thinking about planting some forget-me-nots this year. They are my absolute favorite!

Counting down the days until your trip! And until your return so we can see all your wonderful pictures!!!

Alex said...

I love any kind of Daisy. They always make me smile:)

The origin of the word Daisy is Anglo Saxon “daes eage” literally meaning “day’s eye”. It was called this because daisies open at dawn as the day is just beginning.

You will be missed while you are away, however, I am delighted about all of the wonderful images your trip will bring. Enjoy yourself!

Anita said...

Oh how beautiful!
I love any and all flowers...especially wild flowers!
....but Morning Glories hold a special place in my heart too...uuugghh...I told you, I love all flowers, I could list so many and I don't know that I can pick just one favorite! =o)

I would rather walk with God in the dark than go alone in the light.
-- Mary Gardiner Brainard

Art whispers by Adriana A. said...

Wow! beautiful Blog!! and great lovely cards! , now i feel i have to pimp up my blog ! it looks so...ugly! ^.^ you inspired me!!

Casey said...

Daffodils! Absolutely Daffodils. They have such a fresh smell - and the minute the pop up, you know spring is right around the corner. It interests me that they only last a few weeks at most. As though their primary goal is to usher in the awakening of all other flowers. Making them a great background for your Copper Kettles photo.