Friday, April 22, 2011

Free (Slightly Late) Calendars!

Last Christmas I created two different calendars to sell in a local Christmas art fair.  Sad to say, they didn't all sell. I just came across the pile today and decided I should let someone make use of these, even though we are already one quarter into the new year.

I'll give away one of each calendar. All words and photos in these calendars are my own. The good thing is that once the year is up you can cut out and use these photos in any way you choose, except of course to sell them.  The calendar is free and for your use only.  

I'll pick two winners via random number generator out of all comments made to this post. If you are already a follower, you can add a second comment mentioning that. If you're not yet a follower and think you might want to be, you can become a follower and add a second comment that you signed up. I'll keep this open for one week, until Friday, April 29. Sorry, but for this one time only I'm limiting this giveaway to U.S. and Canada residents only

I'll send an email to both winners and the first person to respond back to me will get their first choice of calendar.  Here's the original descriptions and some photos of each calendar.

 A Celebration of the Seasons
Those of us who live in Michigan are blessed to have four distinct seasons, each with their own beautiful ambiance and images. With this calendar I tried to capture Michigan’s four seasons with my own pictures and words.

At 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, the calendar is small enough to carry with you, but large enough for notes, both at the bottom of each page and on extra pages included in the back. The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat, and the cover and back pages are protected with acetate. 






Inspirations
With both words and images I offer some of my own personal thoughts and inspirations in this 2011 calendar.

At 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, the calendar is small enough to carry with you, but large enough for notes, both at the bottom of each page and on extra pages included in the back. The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat, and the cover and back pages are protected with acetate. 









8 comments:

  1. Oooooh, lovely! I didn't know you were a Michigander, too (or perhaps you are a Michiganian, instead). What a generous giveaway!

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  2. And I follow already--or I wouldn't have known about this...

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  3. Très joli... Grosses bises et joyeuses fêtes à vous.

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  4. Pick me! Just beautiful

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  5. These are beautiful! Thanks for the chance!

    mommylovescooper@gmail.com

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  6. I follow your blog also!

    mommylovescooper@gmail.com

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  7. I am a new follower of your blog. Thank you! I need a new calendar for my purse! Carolyn McIntyre, Samandcarolyn1@aol.com

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  8. Oh Felicia, these are BEAUTIFUL! I never got around to buying a calendar this year and soooo need one.

    Thanks for the chance
    Cindi Thayn

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/Cindi.Trumbo.Thayn

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