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Monday, July 12, 2010

Nature Note Card Give-Away

I've wanted to have a give-away for some time now.  The quilt and stitchery blogs I follow have give-aways all the time, so why not have one on a nature blog?   Exactly!!  Why not?  I am so appreciative
of everyone who comes to visit!  Every comment on every post for the whole month of July will be entered into the random generator, and the comment-er that is chosen will recieve:


a set of six of my Eagle note cards. 

All my cards are handcrafted
and I use actual photographs in their construction.

Just a small thank you
to all of you who have given me such pleasure.

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15 comments:

Rambling Woods said...

That is a very generous idea especially as your work is so lovely...Michelle

Stephanie said...

Handmade is best and these are gorgeous cards.

soulbrush said...

I've just started coming to visit and am already an ardent fan. lovely cards.

The Early Birder said...

Generous as always Karen.

Just Ramblin' said...

That is really thoughtful of you Karen. Your cards are so beautiful and could be framed! Nola

John said...

Karen,

It is a lovely idea, it also shows just how wonderful your work really is.

John

Kelly said...

Oooh I didn't want to enter and be greedy but these are so pretty I would love to have the opportunity to win. :D
I am glad I found your blog and your photos which capture nature in your part of the world. Now I'm going to check out that early bird chrismas crafting button...

Di said...

Good onya for having a give away. Maybe we should do a swap and I';ll send you Aussie natives?

Denise said...

How very generous of you Karen. I think the pleasure given is a two-way street.
An English Girl Rambles

Janet said...

Nice! I'm eying up that eagle!

Judith Tetley said...

How lovely of you to have a giveaway Karen. I also take photographs of the outdoors here in Australia and put them on card fronts. I feel; and I am sure many other crafters do to; that by making things with your hands, you are holding onto natural talents; which in turn, is good for the environment. Mass production and constant product change, is over the top in the world to-day. Your pic is fabulous, I don't have much luck (or talent) in capturing a lot of animals.
Kind Regards
Judith
http://creativestudio10.blogspot.com

Dawn said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and giving me the heads up on yours!! Your work is beautiful!

Audrey said...

Those are beautiful!! We get bald eagles up here in spring and fall for a few days. They are just beautiful!
What a wonderful give away :)

mandapanda said...

Oh yes please! I saw the wonderful set you sent to Jenny of Elefentz, and I just loved them! These are wonderful too! I love seeing your fabulous nature photographs, keep them coming!

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