Monday, September 10, 2012

The Fall Giveaway's Pot Has Been Sweetened!

In my last post, the kittens and I announced our Fall Giveaway. Although the response to it has been OK, I really want to make it even better. I've sweetened the pot - (to bribe someone in order to receive a favor). I'm now offering the winner of this giveaway their choice of one of these featured original watercolors in addition to the bat prints!

Original Watercolor - Fall Pumpkins - matted 5" x 7"
You can read the rules for entering here.

Original Watercolor - Pentagram - matted 5" x 7"

My dear friend, Robin Larkspur, has announced this giveaway on both of her blogs, Wiccan Writes and PurrrrSnicKitty. I wanted to reward people who do such nice things (and bribe others) by giving them an extra two entries every time they mention it with links on their blog. So, as of right now, Robin is in the lead with 3 entries for being a follower and commenting on the first giveaway post and she has four more entries for featuring this giveaway on her blogs! (I did this watercolor today with you in mind my friend. Thank you very much!)

Each time someone links to this giveaway on their blog, they get two more entries! And each time they comment on one of my posts from now until September 30th, they get another entry. I've made a list and I'm keeping track, so be sure to send me a link if you post on your blog.

Original Watercolor - Crow and Friend #1 - matted 5" x 7"

This crow and pumpkin painting came about today because I have a crow and pumpkin theme starting to take shape this year in my kitchen.

I thought three crows would be cool too, so I did another version. (See Kathryn, you're not the only one who likes to do things over!)

Original Watercolor - Crow and Friends #2 - matted 5" x 7"

I hope to hear from you all. Please let me know which watercolor you would like to own if you win and I'll write it down by your name!

Best Wishes and Good Luck,

"There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky,
which through the summer is not heard or seen,
as if it could not be, as if it had not been!"
~ Percy Bysshe Shelley