Thursday, October 29, 2009

And the winner is......

I just drew the winner of the Christmas Canvas Giveaway!!!!

I'm sure you're dying to find out who won... I will tell you, but first, I'll show you a little something. This is a Christmas canvas that I recently painted. (I took the pics before I added Merry Christmas to it! Oops!) Anyway, this is just one of the Christmas canvases that I'm painting this year. I can do anything, but I'm doing a lot of this one & one with ornaments. Either can be customized to whatever colors you like to use during the holiday season & also can be personalized. If you would rather have a snowman, I can paint a snowman...It's up to you!

(11x14 - $37)

And for your information, I have a booth at CedarTown Market (a holiday market at the Ruston Civic Center, November 6 & 7) where I will be selling Christmas Canvases, fall canvases, ornaments and also taking custom orders. Some of what I'll have at CedarTown will already have "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays" on it, but some will be blank so that I can paint a name on it. It will be the same with the ornaments. I'll have some already painted & some ready to have your initial added. They are super cute & will make great co-worker or teacher gifts! I'll post more pics of my CedarTown stuff tomorrow.

Back to the giveaway! Just to show you a little more of the Christmas canvas, here is a close-up of the presents. I added a fun texture to both of them. I think it looks great & really makes the polka-dots stand out more!

So, you are probably ready to find out who won, right?!? Well, congratulations to....


You have won the Christmas Canvas Giveaway!!!
I've already e-mailed you to get the information on what you want your Christmas canvas to look like, but to those of you who didn't win, don't hesitate to put in an order for your custom Christmas canvas [or ornament or any custom canvas :)]. I can usually get these finished & on it's way to you within 4 days of placing an order.

This giveaway was lots of fun so keep checking in never know when I'll do another one!

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