Thank you for YOU… a giveaway with Ordinary Artists
Nov 24 2012
This is day 2 in the 3-day Thank You for YOU giveaway series.
Allow me to introduce you to Sarah, creative genius behind Ordinary Artists.
Sarah is cool beans. In addition to the crafts you’ll see here and on her Etsy site, Sarah’s a slam poetry artist. Dude, I am here to tell you I will never be that cool so I’m especially grateful to know people who are.
When I asked Sarah to tell us a little bit more about the how and the why of Ordinary Artists, she wrote, “When I was a little girl, my dad taught me how to make art. Now we make art together! We call ourselves ‘Ordinary Artists’ because we create beautiful art for every life. We love to use ordinary materials (buttons, fabric, ribbon, driftwood, doorknobs) to make little pieces of art that people can enjoy in their everyday lives. Personally, I love creating. I don’t think I could make it through life without the joy of making beautiful things. We started Ordinary Artists a year ago, and hope to continue making art and having fun for a long time.”
Today, we’re giving away not just one but both of these sets of Sarah’s Cute Little Button Cards.
Set of 5 Reindeer Cards
Set of 5 Snowflake Cards
Ten cards to get you started on winter gift-giving!
Check out Ordinary Artists’ stocking stuffers section, too. And *ahem, Santa* if I find these flower bobby pins in dark blue and speckled earthy grey in my stocking on Christmas morning, I will be a very happy girl.
This giveaway is now closed.
Congratulations to our winner, Terri!
To Enter: Leave a comment on this blog post by 11:00pm (Pacific Time) on Saturday, November 24th. One entry per person, please. This drawing is open to international participants ’cause this is my blog and I can do whatever I want. (Yep — I can even send stuff all the way to the Highlands of Scotland, Sarah Kohn. ;)) The winner will be selected using a random number generator and posted on Sunday. Check back for the winner AND A FINAL GIVEAWAY on Sunday.
Also-also: Sarah isn’t a sponsor of this blog. Or an affiliate. I get nothing from this other than a rad opportunity to thank you for reading here. Sarah donated the card sets. I’m paying shipping. Disclaimer, disclaimer, blah blah blah.
And psst… thank you for YOU.