Tuesday, December 2, 2008

My First Holiday Giveaway!

I had some of my work printed on cards just because I wanted to see how it would look… and I thought it would be good to have around to send to clients or friends. Then I thought, why not have a giveaway? Everyone loves giveaways! Besides this is the season for giving.

So, if you would like one of my cards, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post saying what has been your favorite holiday present ever. I will announce 3 winners on Monday December 15th

Good Luck Everyone!

Also, if you are looking for a gift idea for this holiday season, think ‘art’. I have museum quality giclee fine art prints  for sale in different sizes with different fine art papers and cards available at reasonable prices. Visit my ImageKind gallery for a list of available illustrations.


Diana Evans said...

oh what fun Edrian!!! your work is amazing and anyone lucky enough to win one of these will be so thrilled!!!!I hope you pick my name!!!


life without novacaine said...

Read your post about NYC and I am so glad you had such a great time. With the weather being cold, I am sure it felt very holiday-ish and festive!
Oooo, throw my name into the hat for your give-away! I'd be honored to have a card with your artwork. Can't say I'd give it away to someone else though, I'd have to keep it!
My favorite holiday present would have to be my son. Even though he wasn't born on any holiday, he does bring such delight every time a holiday rolls around. He makes the holidays so special, I cannot imagine any holiday without him.
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

Alicia Padrón said...

h.. giveaway!!!!

Lets see....

My best christmas present were airplane tickets to travel to Lake Tahoe nicely placed inside an envelope with a red ribbon :o)

Kate said...

Oh very nice cards. I'd love to win one.

Okay...I guess my favorite holiday gift was the little brown stuffed doggie I got when I was about 4 years old..."Shnoop". I still have Shnoop. She sits above my drawing table in my studio and keeps watch over me. It is probably one of the few things that connect me with my childhood to this day. I still remember dancing around on Christmas morning, tossing Shnoop up in the air and catching her in my arms and just laughing.

Eric Barclay said...

These look great! It's hard to say what my favorite gift would be. Now that my grandparents have all passed and our families have scattered, I would have to say the best gift was just having extended family (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.) all together packed in a small house for days on end throughout Christmas.

Welcome back from NYC!

theartofpuro said...

Your cards are charming and it's been a great idea to print your illo like this,to see them from another perspective and I have to say a good perspective.

about my favorite holiday present has been ,I don't know ...I love all presents and all holidays

Bella Sinclair said...

Yay!!! A giveaway! Your cards are so incredibly beautiful.

My favorite gift? Well, I would love to say it was something one of my kids made....but I have to be honest. It's a cellphone. Geeky and shallow, I know. Several years ago, my husband surprised me with a Sidekick, and I yelled at him for buying it because I already had a cellphone and didn't need another. We got into big tiff about it. But after I started using it, I was totally hooked and couldn't live without it. My husband has not let me live it down since. :)

parisa mahmoudi said...

The cards are so so nice,I hope to have one of them! :)

Forrest Illustrations said...

I'd like to be in the running for one of your cards. :)
My favorite gift is giving a gift basket to someone in need.

K Spoering said...

My favorite holiday gifts have been my grandchildren, one born on Dec. 20th and another on Dec 28th. Makes birthdays hard, but the grandkids can't be beat as gifts from above!

lil kim said...

How generous of you! I'd like to play!
Speaking of art, my best present would have to be a metal sculpture my husband gave to me after we had admired it in a store window. It's beautiful - of a bird in a tree - and made out of an oil drum by an artist in Haiti!