Monday, April 21, 2014

Happy Earth Day {Art Print Giveaway}

To celebrate Earth Day this week,  I'd like to giveaway one framed 8" x 10" art print I created, titled Wynette's Garden. Its organic repeat design is based on sketches of pea pods that seem appropriate for the day. 



To enter, sign up for the Two if by Sea Studios mailing list* at the bottom of the homepage of my website and follow me on Facebook, then leave a comment below telling me about your gardening plans this spring or something you plan to do to acknowledge Earth Day.** 

I'm going to get some potting soil and start some tomatoes and basil on my balcony and sign up for a local CSA!
Entries must be posted by this Sunday, April 27th at 11am EST, and one winner will be chosen at random and announced that evening. 

{And the winner is Emily!!!}
Good luck!
*Don't worry I only email a few times a year when there is something really exciting happening, like giveaways, new products available or milestone projects are completed!
**Sorry, entries are limited to US residents only. Please do not leave your email or web address in the body of the comment, only in the allotted boxes. The winner will be contacted by email once comments close and announced on Facebook and Twitter shortly after.

5 comments:

Brittany said...

We look forward to planting in our community garden this Earth Day. This spring we have been dividing and separating plants so as to spread the love!

Jessica Slaughter said...

I was hoping Lowe's would be giving away trees again, but instead I'm buying some new seeds to start my own little window side garden inside my kitchen!

My Flower said...

followed and liked

i want to plant a raised veggie garden and flowers around house

Emily said...

Unfortunately, I don't have any outdoor space at my apartment, so no outdoor gardening here. But I have lots of plants around my house, and am proud that they've stayed alive for a few years! :) I bought an aloe plant in honor of Earth Day yesterday!

Dani said...

I am a virgin gardener but plan on starting a small vegetable garden! Possibly tomatoes, zucchini & green beans!

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