Monday, May 2, 2011
Giveaway #9: Customized 11x14 Print
Three cheers for Lori, an Etsy seller who creates beautiful, custom prints for kids of all colors!
My name is Lori and I have been creating art for children for about 8 years now. I am a wife and mother of 4 children ages 2 to 12. So, between my art business and chasing children I stay pretty busy. I live Florida and love it here. My family loves spending time together bike riding, going to the beach or visiting cousins. I enjoy painting, running, sports, and decorating.
My ETSY shop is London Bridge Children. I started selling my Art on ETSY in 2009. I sell a wide variety of art for children which I personalize by adding a child's name or initials somewhere in the art. I also change hair color and skin color for no additiional charge. I offer all my designs as either prints or on canvas. My prints are economically priced and make a great gift for baby showers or birthday parties. I also sell my designs stretched on high quality gallery wrapped canvas. The canvas comes ready to hang on the wall and does not need to be framed.
I found out about ETSY from a friend and loved what I saw and thought my art could sell well on this site. I ended up getting so many more orders on ETSY that I no longer sell elsewhere.
I think that the art I offer is unique because it is personalized for each child and I also do lots of sibling groups in my art. I offer multiple sizes and options for my customers to choose from.
GIVEAWAY ITEM: One 11x14 customized print.
WAYS TO ENTER: 1: Becoming a blog follower and leave a comment telling me you did so. 2: Post about the giveaway on Facebook and tell me you did so via a comment. 3: Post about the giveaway on your blog and leave me a comment telling me you did so. 4: Visit Elizabeth's Etsy shop and tell me what your favorite item is.
WHEN, WHERE, and HOW: Enter up to four times on this blog post from now until noon on May 6. A winner will be posted on May 6th. The winner is responsible for setting up an Etsy account and contacting Lori to claim her prize. Special thanks to Lori for supporting kids of all colors by making beautiful products!