December 3, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Week!!!


Well, I am back for the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Week!  I had so much fun last time getting to know so many new visitors last spring, I'm excited to participate again!!

It may seem strange to be involved in a sewing giveaway, since I am all about painting here, but sewing is a big passion of mine, mostly involving apparel, toys and blankets for my kiddos. And I have a bit of a fabric problem obsession. You can see this love in some of my prints too, like this one:

 
For this week's giveaway I am offering one lucky winner YOUR CHOICE of any one of my new alphabet prints (fun!)

: : Here are the nitty-gritty details : :

- All prints are done on archival matte paper with pigment inks, so it will last (and last and last - no fading or yellowing here!)
- If you win, I will ship to you no matter where you live (in or out of the US)
- The giveaway opens Monday, Dec 3rd at 8am CST and will run through Friday, Dec 7th closing at 7pm CST.
- The winner will be chosen via a random number generator
- The winner will be announced HERE on Saturday, Dec 8th

: : To Enter : :

- I'm staying simple this year, just leave a comment with a suggestion for what letter images you would like to see next! (example: S is for skier) Now that my prints are complete, it's time to start on some more.

: : Bonus : :

For the month of December, I'm offering a special coupon code just for you! Enter "15SEWMAMASEW2012" at checkout in my shop and get 15% off your entire order - hooray!! Coupon applies to ready-to-ship items only, does not apply to custom orders.

: : The Prints : : 

Here are the prints you could get to choose from - good luck!



: : A couple other things : :

Do you have a kiddo ages 2 through 7 in your life? Your own child, niece or nephew, godchild, cousin, friend? If so, don't miss out on the Crafting Connections Sew Mama Sew giveaway - it includes a sewing project for your little one and a sewing project for you, plus recipes, crafts, science, literature and more. (disclaimer: I am also a co-founder of Crafting Connections)

And don't forget to pop back over to Sew Mama Sew to enter in some more fabulous giveaways!!
I know I will be :) Pin It

153 comments:

  1. I am a sailor so I guess for my daughter when I am gone it would be cool for her to see a letter that is "S for Sailor".

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  2. Maybe a "girly" series (ex: B is for Bow, C is for Curls, D is for Dress) -- I have two GIRLY girls who would get a kick out of prints like that - especially done in your fun style! ** Although, if I was the lucky winner, I would pick a print for my new-little-guy's nursery! We are expecting our first son this spring (yay!) and have narrowed his name down to Sid or Jack... the J is for Jack with the sweet vintage Jack would be AWESOME if we decide to name him Jack! Definitely book marking your page for future shopping! :)
    Happy Day!
    Michelle
    www.daydreambelievers.net

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  3. So cute. Maybe M is for Monkey or B is for Baby.

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  4. Maybe D for Dog and F for Penguin. These are two that my kids would suggest for their favorites. Thanks for the Wonderful Giveaway!!
    Melissa
    melsdaisypatch at gmail dot com

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  5. Frog for F, or maybe Anteater for A? These are wonderful!

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  6. so cute love your prints. Id like to see a squirrel for s

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  7. K is for krislovesfabric....lol, no, I suppose that would have limited appeal for others but I do love your Q is for quilts print!!

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    1. Ha! You made me laugh out loud - I think it would be a little creepy to come to my shop and see your image for sale... ;)

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  8. love your q for quilts sooo much...and would love to see more xoxoxo

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  9. Does it have to be for the kiddos? I knit and sew constantly so the N for Needles is sooo my favorite.

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    1. Oh no way - I like to make things that appeal to the young and young-at-heart. My studio space is (relatively) kid-free, but I still love having cheer and whimsy, no matter the age :)

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  10. I'd like to have an F for frog. That is an ongoing theme for my daughter in law and her daughter!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  11. These are great! I'd love to see X is for Xeriscaping, with cool rocks and cacti.

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  12. What about a crafty/artsy theme? W is for Watercolors. P is for palette. L is for landscape. You get the idea...

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  13. What about a girly theme? Like H is for Hairbows, R is for ribbons, P is for pearls, D is for doll, N is for necklace....ect
    cabetz@hotmail.com

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  14. Very cool prints! I love that they're for boys too. It's so hard to find cute things for boys. My suggestion is N for Narwhal!

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  15. Since my newest grandbaby is on the way and I've got to start some shopping for this...we're unsure if it's a boy or girl, yet, but I really want a girl. Her name will be Abigail Rose, so an A is for apple would be cute. If it's a boy, though, he'll be Samuel the 7th and his dad, Sam 6, loved Sammy the Snail (kids' book), so S is for Snail would be fabulous.

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  16. These are great! S for Sunflower!

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  17. I think we need a C is for Computers as I am a computer programmer hehe

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  18. K is for Kangaroo! or K is for Koala :) My baby girl would love that.
    T would love to see Techie for his (silly son of mine)

    Thanks!

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  19. I would like to see C is for cupcake or computer.

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  20. Your prints are so cute! I would love a G is for Gnome. I have a thing for gnomes :)

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  21. M is for matryoshka. How's that for an adorable, if tricky one?

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  22. I love the Q is for Quilts. Would like to see P is for penguin.

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  23. R is for reindeer. Perfect for the season, isn't it? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. Have you done a fairytale series? H is for hobbit, D is for dragon, P is for Prince Charming. And I love the Q for Quilts. Your prints are lovely.

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  25. M is for monkey!
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  26. Flower and plants such as L is for Laurel and R is for Rose.

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  27. H is for hen and C is for chicken. I have a poultry admirer in the home. :-] Thanks for the giveaway.

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  28. G for geyser...we saw Old Faithful V for volcano

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  29. My son would like a C is for Cars version. All your current ones are adorable though, thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. Gorgeous prints! I'd love to see a 'D' for 'dragon', since my little boy's name is Drake which is an Old English name meaning 'dragon'. :-) (Plus, dragons are awesome.)

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  31. I would love to see P for Peacock. Super cute!

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  32. Oh my goodness these are super cute!!! G for Giraffe!!

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  33. I would love C is for Cello! thank you!

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  34. beautiful letters!
    J is for Joy, don't you think?

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  35. G is for gross... I don't know, maybe a little weird :)

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    1. Ha ha ha!!! Reminds me of Garbage Pail Kids!

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  36. P for princess

    S for sunshine

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  37. That W is very cute. How about Quail for Q?

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  38. First of all we LOVE the F is for Fox as my Finn is obssessed w foxes w all the intensity his 3 year old brain can muster! As to ideas my boys are currently pretty into the ice age and early man so M is for Mammoth. S is for sabre tooth etc.

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  39. How about a Super Hero series?? J for Jedi??? Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  40. Ohhh I love the V for Van {Since my son's name starts with a V!} How about a lightbulb for E {edison} :D

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  41. Your prints are amazing! How about S is for sunset!

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  42. I'd like to see "N" is for Noah and "W" is for Wally the Wizard or perhaps "H" is for Helen Keller, "M" is for Martin Luther King, "A" for Amelia Earhart, "B" for Bo Diddley, "C" is Carol Burnett - I guess I could go on and on.

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  43. How about F for Farm or Farmer?

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  44. I would like to see B is for Bear! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I would like to see M for Moose.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  46. THese are so cute! I think my little boy would flip out if he saw a "T is for Trackhoe"!! :-)

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  47. I'd love a straight sewing series - D is for Dresden, S is for Stitches, F is for Fabric etc :)

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  48. LOVE the urchin. I like anything oceany, like W for whale, d for dolphin, f for fish, k for kelp, w for wave, s for sand, ummm the list GOES ON

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  49. A flower series would be lovely; L for lily!

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  50. I want to see T is for Teddy (bear) since I have a baby named Teddy.

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  51. R is for Rainbow!
    enerle(at)arcor(dot)de

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  52. V is for violin! I want it for my son's room =)

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  53. L is for Leopard - because my son Is Leo and he's obsessed with leopards!

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  54. P for Pug (do I even need an explanation), H for Hummingbird or Hedgehog, and R for Rabbit.

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  55. I'd love to see W is for Whale Shark!

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. A is for adventure - action words.
    rach62803 at yahoo dot com

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  57. I collect snail nick nacks so, snail for S. Conch for C. I guess that sounds kind of like a beach theme :) B-beachball, bikini or blanket, F-flip flops, U-umbrella. Ok, enough from me!! :)

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  58. love your prints! How about 'S is for Stitch'!

    lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com

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  59. Your prints are so cute! How about I is for igloo?

    Bree
    bdoody11 at yahoo dot com

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  60. Cute prints! U is for umbrella!
    My email address is kudra1978 at aol dot com.

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  61. B for BAT! My little guy is so into bats right now :) Your prints are so adorable!!

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  62. R is for Rose

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  63. J is jelly bean or ju ju bean

    mandy dot ueda at gmail dot com

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  64. Well, my daughter's name starts with V, so I would like to see some other "v" options, although it is admittedly hard to come up with a lot of them: V is for vegetables, V is for violet (the flower and/or the color), V is for vampire... of those, I think I would most like to see V is for violet. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  65. H for hockey!! Thats big in our family!

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  66. In a house full of boys I can't go past D for dinosaur. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  67. K is for kitten. I'm a cat lady to the core. :)

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  68. I would love to see 'S is for Sheep'!

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  69. I would love one of your F is for Fox prints :) They are all so sweet. I am trying to figure out how to use that adorable deer!

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  70. G is for guitar. N is for nature. R is for red.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  71. My son Elliot is a bird lover, so I gotta suggest E for Eagle or E for Egret for him.

    Thanks!

    sedodge at yahoo dot com

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  72. Love your art. How about E for egg? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I like L is for Lights. I love Christmas lights, but a city skyline with lights would be cute too. Or P is for Pug. I would buy that.

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  74. D is for dog, E is for elephant, M is for Monkey...prints more geared for kids would be spectacular.

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  75. These are SO great! Gosh, you already have so many great ones, my daughters name is Violet, so I'm sure she'd love V is for Violet! Thanks for the chance!

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  76. I have a bunch of names beginning with A in my family. I'd like to have A is for: Aquarium or Amazing (possibly Aloha). Another letter would be F for family. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. I'd love a spices series for the kitchen, like M for mint, R for rosemary, O for oregano...

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  78. I would love a J is for Jingle Bell one!!!! (Of course, I'm a bit biased on that one! ;)) Thanks for a great giveaway! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  79. I think S= Sew or Sewing...with a machine or something, would be great for a quilter or seamstress. =)

    Thanks for a chance to win. Q for Quilt is awesome.

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  80. How about a tool theme...S for screwdriver?? Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  81. I think an occupation theme would be fun... D for doctor, Z for zookeeper, P for painter...

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  82. It's been done before but it's always great since it's so graphic- Z for Zebra, or to get the kids going to the Dictionary to find out what it is, Zebu!

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  83. I'd snatch up a 'C for canoe' or D for donkey' in a heartbeat!

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  84. H is for helicopter. Preferably a Blackhawk helicopter since that is what hubby flies. Most things seem to be done with Apaches.

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  85. I'd say M for Music and T for toast, maybe S for Sandwich...Yeah, I'm a foodie;-)

    pinkmalice@mail.ru

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  86. B is for balloon - but I was thinking hot air balloon.
    D is for dancer.

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  87. These are beautiful! I love the deer and owl, oh and the loon...heck all of them are pretty cute! A is for astronaut.. My daughter keeps asking about outer space.

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  88. I'd love to see a K for kayak (and for my Katie and Kyle!)

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  89. F for Fabric!!! F for Frog. C for Chocolate - yum! You have a real talent - fingers crossed!!

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  90. Cid
    I would love w windmill

    cidtwoatcoxdotnet

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  91. R for Rainbow. My daughter *loves* rainbows. :)

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  92. I think "H" for Happy with several children smiling would be cute.

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  93. I'd love "S is for Salmon" - as that's what my good friend's name starts with, and she LURVS salmon. :)

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  94. K for Keys (like the keyboard) or S for Synth would be cool!

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  95. Oh I love the airstream! Have a thing for vintage trailers! Have you done states? A is for Alaska. Could get a whole theme going. B is for bear, C is for Chinook. I spent 23 years in Alaska LOL

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  96. C is for Cats. All quilters shuld own at least one!

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  97. I would like too see R. For reindeer

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  98. I love your prints already! I would maybe add S is for sewing machine or V is for vintage, maybe even an alphabet quilt block series like L is for log cabin, S is for Sawtooth star, etc. Can you tell I sew :)

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  99. There are some great ideas already given, and I'm not sure I could beat that. How about A for Armadillo. That would make a cute picture.

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  100. "L" is for Library would be a winner here.

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  101. art series ones? I love the P - Orla Kiely inspired one. A bit like that. wonderful and great to teach kids (and adults for that matter) about designers and artists.

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  102. P is for patchwork, or because I'm Australian P is for platypus.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. S is for sloth! I bet you could make a really cute sloth :)

    komazalea at yahoo dot com

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  104. Lovely work! I think z for zipper or zeppelin , p for pineapple, g for garden

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  105. I would like to see the letter y used this time.


    Dotvining@yahoo.com

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  106. A C for Cookies would be a nice one for a kitchen (or B for Baking?)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  107. C is for coffee! Thanks for the chance.

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  108. My kids favorite letter is B for Boat, they say it all of the time.

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  109. B is for Bobbin! Too cute for a sewing room...

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  110. Well I'd say V is for Violet and H is for Hippo or Hop or maybe a hopping hippo ;) or hopscotch... :)

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  111. I'm a quilter so I like the Q for that, but i'm with some others but I like S is for Sewing (maybe with a machine, needles, bobbin, threads, etc)

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  112. Maybe a nature series or a music series? Or cooking/food/gardening? What fun! Z for zephyr or zither or zucchini! winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  113. I love the P and Q prints - but maybe a ruler?

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  114. Your prints are cute!
    A is for Astronomy or S is for Stargazing :)

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  115. You could do some for the nursery, like B is for baby or bottle or bib. T is for teddy bear. More animals would be good too. G is for giraffe, E is for elephant. Thanks for the chance!

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  116. An umbrella would be really cute in your style of drawing :)

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  117. Wow - such a lovely giveaway! I have a little friend named Asa, actually, so I probably would just have to pass it forward (if I could resist getting a different one for myself...).
    Thanks for participating!

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  118. How about P is for Plaid Pelican, like the vintage Pelican thermos. (http://www.etsy.com/listing/48170054/too-cool-queenie-vintage-60s-plaid) I love those old plaid coolers. Love your work. If I win I'm getting either the retro radio or the urchin. So cool!

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