Sunday, December 4, 2011
Dearest friends and followers: I will be giving away two sets of printed etegami postcards. Each set consists of three etegami images from my winter holiday collection: Poinsettia, Daruma Santa Elves, and Hibernating Ladybugs. The images are printed on stiff cards with a glossy finish, and can be stamped and sent through the post, or displayed artfully in frames. If you'd like to take advantage of the giveaway, indicate this clearly in a comment below. I will randomly pick two names on December 8 (Japan time), and airmail the postcard sets to the lucky winners on December 9, in time to reach you by Christmas.
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As always, I am enthralled with your creativity. In particular, the poinsettia is SO brightly colored (I can't have one anymore because of my cat). I'm sure you are well-accustomed to Christmas in Japan, but it is interesting to see the oriental flair added to the designs of a western holy-day. :-) Hope this finds you well. And may God bless you and yours this Christmas. ~~~Naomi Field~~~ReplyDelete
Továbbra is imádom a munkáidat !ReplyDelete
Kár , hogy nekem nincs időm alkotni. Minden időmet lefoglalják a gyerekek. Boldog karácsonyt!!! Áldott adventet!
Those are beautiful, I love the Santa's Little Helpers faces! The ladybirds are just adorable. So yes I would like to enter the giveaway....!ReplyDelete
Your artwork is as beautiful as always and I would like to enter your drawing! I love all three cards but the Poinsettia caught my eye first, perhaps because along with holly/ivy and Christmas trees, it is one of the plants I associate with Christmas and the winter holidays.ReplyDelete
I want take place in your giveaway!
I'm in love of your work.I like so much yours etegami!
and I believe(or I think?my english is so bad....)that "Daddy Christmas"is real!!!!
The Santa's little helpers are very funny and I like++ ladybugs (in France + "les bêtes à Bon Dieu" the other name because ,ladybug is lucky charm).
Have a nice day!
I've been enjoying your blog and your etegami for quite a while. And now I'm learning Japanese, so I read your words with even more interest. I'd love to be a lucky winner of a set of cards.ReplyDelete
Yes! I want in! I love your artwork :)ReplyDelete
Who could pass up an offer of your wonderful etegami, not me. I will throw my name in the hat. Thanks for the offer Debbie!ReplyDelete
The second picture reminds me of the Grinch!ReplyDelete
All three of these cards are wonderful! Love them all. I would love to enter your giveaway!ReplyDelete
I've been an avid follower of yours on Twitter via The Displaced Nation. As you may know, I used to be an expat in Japan, and your cards fill me with nostalgia (natuskashii) for those days. I'd love to be a winner but even if I'm not, I'm glad that 2011 has included some exposure to your work and thoughts! All the best for 2012!!ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your encouraging comments! I've been so pleased with the response to the giveaway offer so far, and am eager to see the enthusiasm spread over the next few days. :DReplyDelete
What a fantastic giveaway. Like your other artwork, these holiday etegami postcards are just so lovely. I'd love to win a set. :)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful way to celebrate this season of giving. I love the art of Japan, and am studying the art of temari. I would love to have your art to display with my temari!!ReplyDelete
In any case, may you always have the spirit of this season, and the blessings that return to you when you give.
Who wouldn't want such a delightful givaway, I especially like the the 'snugglebugs'!ReplyDelete
I am currently saving my pennies (yen) to treat myself to a copy of the recipe book featuring your work, so these gorgeous postcards would certainly ease my impatience - please count me in! :-)ReplyDelete
Hello. I love your work. it is just beautiful! so i was very excited to see you are having a giveaway and i would love to participate. thank you for the opportunity!ReplyDelete
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Well, who wouldn't love to get a set of these? I know I would.ReplyDelete
How nice of you to offer a giveaway! Lovely cards, and I'd love a chance at them :)ReplyDelete