Thursday, March 8, 2012

I'm having a Drawing on the 16th of March!

It's Spring in Oregon, for today anyway! It's, also, my grandson's 9th birthday...So, we went out for lunch...Just the two of us. It was so much fun. I'm not sure why we didn't do it sooner, but we will have lunch dates, more often, from now on.
Years ago I had several cards for sale on a website. Unfortunately, they closed the site and the lady that owned it sent me a lot of cards. I've decided that I might as well share them...I certainly have way more than I can ever use. I'm going to sell a lot of them on eBay and Etsy, if anyone needs cards...sorry, no envelopes. I've, also, decided to do a drawing for a package of 100 cards. Not sure anyone needs that many cards, but I'm sure they can be re-purposed. So, leave me a comment and I will draw a name on Friday the 16th of March. The card is shown above.


Marie Young (Young Creative) said...

How nice that you got to have a birthday lunch with your grandson! I love the card design. Count me in for the drawing.

CrimsonLeaves said...

My grandson will be 8. I can't imagine him enjoying a lunch date with me (though I sure would enjoy one with him). Sigh...The card design is quite lovely, Deb. And doesn't one get imbued with joy when the weather turns to that perfect shade of warm without excessive heat? We had a day like that last week. Personally, I could do a bit less sunshine though. It really bothers my eyes. The PNW was a perfect place for me.

Diane said...

Well you can count me in for sure.
And how fun!--a lunch date with your grandson. I hope I can do this with my first grandchild (a Girl!) She's due to be here next month!

Brian said...

Count me in too please, I would love to win them!


How set up lunch dates like that!

I love the whimsy in your art! and would love to be entered. Thanks so much.

and thanks very much for your sweet comments!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

Catherine Darling said...

Hi Deb, I saw your blog featured on Ebsq, congrats! It's great to see your work. I love your whimisical cat. It would be so fun to win the cards.

Christine's Arts said...

I've had so much fun going through your blog this afternoon. February Cat is bright and cheerful. I love how Dora turned out. She is very thoughtful and just is done really well. How are you doing on tophatter? I'm curious to hear how that and your other endeavors are going. I thought I'd comment on this post so I could have a chance to win the cards. I love kittys!