Saturday, January 24, 2009

100th Post Giveaway Announcement

I am doing a giveaway in honor of my 100th post. And YOU could be the winner! Just leave a comment and I will place your name in a jar. On February 1st a name will be drawn from the jar and that Lucky Person will win a prize!

The gift is a packet of vintage papers, music sheet, album page, pressed florals from my garden, silk flowers and small floral & miscellaneous shapes for you to use in your artwork. Here is a peek at what you will be eligible to win:




DRAWINGS AT THE BEGINNING OF EVERY MONTH!!!!



Then, IF YOU WANT TO CONTINUE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN SOME FUN ITEMS....visit my blog on a regular basis and leave a comment on each post. Every time you visit a post and leave a comment I will place your name in a jar.(Only one comment per post, please) The more posts you comment on the more chances you have to be a winner. On the first day of EVERY month I will draw a name and that Lucky Person will win a prize.

The prizes will be different each month.

Possible prizes you may win are:

Vintage Papers
Original artwork I create
Fiber fused fabric I create
Original patterns for various items
Packaged fibers
Book or magazine
Miscellaneous fabrics
Miscellaneous ephemera items
And much more.

In December I will draw a name from all those who have visited my blog all year and left a comment at least once every month.

Every time you leave a comment on a post your name will be placed in the drawing.

The more times you visit thoughout the year the more chances you have to be the big winner!

I am excited to hear from all of you and to see who the lucky winner of the first drawing will be!

48 comments:

Jody said...

Hi Marylin, hey it looks like I may be the first to leave a comment today. Glad to hear you are doing better each day. Thank you for the opportunity to enter my name in the drawing and having a chance of winning a gift from you. Congrats on your 100th post, may you have one hundred more.

My best to you,
Jody

Deirdra Doan said...

Yeah 100! See you at A&S Portland...my first time teaching.

Kim said...

Wow, what a beautiful website. I love your Valentine's, especially the lace and button part. Congratulations on your 100th post, that is quite an accomplishment. Kim Smith (Artfest attendee)

rebecca said...

allow me to be the first to say happy 100th post!!!
here's to one thousand more!
warmly,
rebecca

Marie Kennedy said...

you are always such a source of inspiration. Continue on with good health and inspired dreams!
Marie

fromthepines said...

Happy 100! I got here from the artfest group and I am going - even though I don't have a class with you guys, I am sure I will see you there.

Cheryl

Gigi said...

Hi,
I want to thank you for being such an inspiration. I just completed my first fabric inchie, or inchie of any sort. I had fun, but for your examples on your blog, I wouldn't have realized the scope of what can be created! I am glad that your feeling better...And I am looking forward to sharing in your future creations! Thank you, Gigi

tigersailing said...

Marylin, I am already signed up for one of your classes in hampton in 2009, and I am lucky enoungh to own some of your work! This give away I can only begin to think of ways to use these items. Tammy

Linda said...

Congratulations on your 100th post! I'm looking forward to your class at Artfest in April!

Linda

Jennifer said...

Congratulations on #100
This is my first time here. Loved your blog. So even if I don't win the draw I will be back to check you out frequently.
Thanks,
Jennifer

Denny1600 said...

Congratulations on your 100th post! I'm so proud of you keeping up with everything with your surgerized hand. I hope it gets better soon. I hope to take a class with you in August!

Denny in Arizona

Anonymous said...

Hi Marylin, glad to read that you are recovering so well. Congratulations on your 100th post, and happy belated anniversary. I loved your wedding photo! Don't over do it too soon, even though I know you're eager to get back to your art and craft.

Lorie in Phoenix
loriegarver@cox.net

Carol said...

Hi Marylin, Congrats on your 100th post! I was happy to see your name on the list for AU! See you then! Carol

Karen K said...

Hi! I can't wait to see what you will be teaching at Art Unraveled. This will be my first year!!
Karen
www.SadiesSilkenThreads.blogdpot.com

Doreen G said...

I have had your blog on my bloglines for quite a while Mary Lin and this is my first comment.
Love your work and I would like to go in the draw for your giveaway.
Congratulations on your 100th post.

Beth Bricker said...

Oh these items are just the type of things I use. Please add my name to your drawing.
Beth

martha brown said...

You are so generous, Marylin! Hapy 100th! I will definitely be back leaving comments (I love your work) and hope to see you at ArtUnraveled!

Michele said...

Congratulatins, Marilyn, on yuor 100th posting. That is a real achievement.

All the best,
Michele

Carina said...

Marylin
Congratulations on your 100th post.
Glad to hear you are getting better.
Just started my first blog this January, so I have some miles and posts to go before I catch up with you.
Thanks for the inspiration
>http://frostgiantpostcardstudios.blogspot.com/

Penney said...

Glad you are recuperating and getting back into art! I would love the pressed flowers in the blog giveaway, living here in AZ, it's virtually "flowerless!"

Penney

Michele A said...

You do so much for the artistic community - i am glad to hear you are on the mend and able to start creating again!

artfulzebra said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog, Mary Lin. ;o) You have some lovely work here on yours, have enjoyed having a browse. ;o)

jonni said...

Thank you for giving me the chance to win a great selection of goodies.

Melissa said...

What a great site! I like the use of vintage goodies in your art work. I am taking a class of yours in Art Unraveled this August, just have to decide which one...Congrats on the 100th post and thanks to having such a giveaway:):)

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debi said...

Hi,
Love your valentine idea, hearts and flowers.
Happy 100th!
Debi

Wabbit said...

Good to hear that you are recovering well. And Happy Anniversary! I love stories of how people met their mates, so thank you for the previous post too. Please put my name in the drawing. Thank you! Marilyn

Anonymous said...

Hi Marilyn, So glad you are doing better and I look forward to seeing your new artwork soon. I just recently started visiting your blog and love to see the beautiful work you do! You inspire me with your fabric art. Thank you for inviting me to visit your blog and enter my name in your drawing. Congrats on your 100th post!

All the best, Bonnie L

Angelika Westermann said...

Congratulations on the 100th! Since I am a beginning collager (is that an existing word?) I would love to win some stuff to do more of it. Happy creating to you.

Chandra said...

Congrats on your 100th post! I would love to win your goodies, and visit my blog if you have a chance for my giveaway as part of OWOH. Thanks!
Chandra
www.thenext40years.blogspot.com

Cecilia Swatton said...

Congratulations on your 100th post -- that's an accomplishment in today's busy world! I extend even greater congratulations on you for the longevity of your marriage!
Wish I could come to Artfest!
Cecilia

Nicole Austin said...

Hi,

This is my first visit, and I love the artwork I've seen here! I LOVE the flowers and dragonfly piece with the music sheet and lace. Very sweet! The giveaways sound like a lot of fun, too!

Thanks!
Nicole

Lisa said...

Marylin! I want to be back in Missouri!!!!
Oh, and congrats on your 100th post!

Lisa

Lisa said...

Marylin! I want to be back in Missouri!!!!
Oh, and congrats on your 100th post!

Lisa

Carlotta Pengelley said...

OK, everyone likes a contest, so I am throwing my name in the hat. I'm looking forward to seeing you at AU this year, i had such a good time last year in the Book class on Sunday. My book came out really nice, and I promice to post it one day. Or bring it with me. Smiles, Carlotta

femminismo said...

Congratulations on 100 posts. Especially with your fingers not working so well. Hope you're all healed soon! I enjoyed reading about you and your husband and your 43 years. That's wonderful. I was not so lucky, but there were many good times, and now I'm with someone else and there are more good times. Count me in the for giveaway. I like what you've done with silk flowers and especially the dragonfly, my personal talisman. jeanne in oregon

Anonymous said...

Oo, Ahhh, I love vintagggge. Thx for a chance. This will B my 5th ArtU. I will check out your classes.
Happy One Hundred Day!!! Enjoyed reading your blog--it's an Art form.
LenaS

Cindy In Carolina said...

Wish I were going to A & S. PLEASE put my name in the jar.






calex22001@yahoo.com

Paintdiva said...

Oooh, pretty, count me in on your giveaway. I will be attending the hampton Art & Soul...a first. Can't wait to meet other artists and soak up the atmosphere !!!

Jan C. said...

Glad to see you'll be at Art Unraveled this year. The class
list is super.

Jan C

MaryLiz said...

Hi Marylin
yours is a beautiful site. The giveaways remind me of my grandmother's trunk - ribbons and treasures and old papers. Hmmm - the things I could do with those...

Mary

plockh said...

So wish I was able to attend AU-but am recovering from a knee fracture...alas.
Congratulations on your inspiring blog & your 100th post.
^^I^^'s,
Patti

Alesia Regan-Hughes said...

What a brilliant and sweet idea! Your website is lovely. I'll be stopping by from time to time.... Happy 100th!

Alesia Regan-Hughes said...

I'm not sure if my earlier post was received... but I wanted to compliment you on your gorgeous site, and brilliant idea! I think it's a great way to connect people, give them a little gift, and create some traffic. Love it.

judy stih said...

marylin..you are so inspiring to me..a newbee..this will be my 3rd year at AU, but i am still so far behind everyone....but i am inlove with fabric..lace, transfers, painting on fabric...so i love your blog ....
can i ask a question? if i want to paint on satin material...do i put matt med on first? and can i emboss on satin?
thanks for the opportunity to just view your art! judystih@aol.com

Anonymous said...

i am impressed with the works your students did

MaryLiz said...

Thank you for the post about your kitty. My three cats are always very upset when I shut them out of the studio and they try to sneak past me whenever they can. But I know how they love to find "toys" and take them out to play with/eat.

Sue said...

I just discovered your blog and want to congratulate you on your 100th post!! I'm just getting into inchies and can't wait to get started. Thanks for the opportunity to win a prize by posting.

Sue