Monday, February 23, 2009

Monday Giveaway

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Hope you all had a restful and enjoyable weekend. Of course I had to get sick with strep throat, but at least I had time to rest. While drinking plenty of mint tea I enjoyed reading your memories over your bedrooms from childhood. They reminded me that when you are a kid, your room really is the only place where you can feel in control. It's your bedroom where you start to create your own personality.

Anyway, here's my memory: as a kid I always partly enjoyed getting punished and "sent to my room." I mean, that was where all my toys were, how was that a punishment?

Congratulations to Christin for winning a pillow of her choice. I hope it helps make a kids room a little extra fun and colorful.

Following on this theme, this week The Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. will be giving away a product from our wide selection of kids wall art. Artist Jamie Letzner makes a wide range of beautiful name tiles that she designs and paints by hand. Pictured themes are kimono girls, gone fishing, butterflies, and baseball diamonds. but there are many more.

Here's how to win one of these adorable name tile sets for kids:

1. Leave a comment about a piece of art either your or your kid created recently.
2. Mention how you found this site
3. Check out the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. to see what other kids wall art they sell.
4. Make sure I can contact you! Either leave an email address in your comment, or make sure that you have contact information on your blog profile.

You can receive an extra entry towards this giveaway if you link to this give-away in your blog and put that link in your comment. Or Twitter this giveaway and follow me on Twitter.

The give-away is open for entries until Sunday, March 1st, at 11:59 PM. Winners will be chosen at random, and announced Monday afternoon. Good luck!

Note: At this time, the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. cannot ship give-away items internationally. They apologize for the inconvenience to all of you great people living outside of the U.S.

46 comments:

windycindy said...

Hi, One of my sons' just did the cutest crayola drawing of the book
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie!" He did his take on the front cover. It is so adorable. If I didn't know the name of the book, I may not understand his drawing, but it is awfully adorable. I love all of the Wall Art at Warm Biscuit Bedding Company. Please enter me in your fabulous giveaway drawing.
Many thanks.....Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Jenna said...

My niece recently made me a valentine card using markers and colored paper. Thanks

Playground for Parents said...

1 - we recently drew pictures based on a chapter book she read. we used the pictures to retell the story!
2 - found this site through Mom Giveaways!
3 - they also create personalized wall art, like the fireman's hat!

thanks!

Sarah said...

I make my daughters birthday cakes. This past weekend I made my youngest a 3D frog cake for her birthday. I get creative with food. :-)
Sarah
imahappymamaof2@yahoo.com

Sarah said...

I found this site through the mom giveaways blog site. THanks,
Sarah
imahappymamaof2@yahoo.com

Sarah said...

Warmbiscuit has many cute items for room decor. I also loved the monogrammed easter dress. Thanks for the giveaway.
Sarah
imahappymamaof2@yahoo.com

the blubaughs said...

My oldest daughter and I made butterflies for her preschool classmates on Valentine's day, using hearts for wings and a tootsie roll pop body with pipe cleaner antennas. She loves art projects. Thanks for the contest!

Alice H said...

I made a heart paper chain for Valentine's day that turned out ok! I love the 'paper doll wall art' on Warm Biscuit as well. And I found you on Prizey - thanks for the chance! alicedemske at hotmail.com

auntrene said...

My 6 year old niece recently is into insects. She loves to draw them. She did a picture with all different insects on it. We loved it, the butterflies, caterpillars, spiders, everything was great. But it is kinda of hard to not giggle when you see it.. Why you ask?? The title in Huge letters Insex!!! I kid you not. She is a great drawer, spelling needs a little work.
We love it.
Thanks for the giveaway. Terrific

Beth said...

I am working on a baby book for my son!

Beth said...

I found this site through another mom blog!

DEBIJOT said...

We recently created a necklace by cutting strips of colored paper and rolling around a pencil. Then we strung these onto a piece of yarn.

DEBIJOT said...

Found this site through prizey.

DEBIJOT said...

I also love their fireman sign.

Whimsical Creations said...

I create polymer clay ornaments. I just made a photo holder for my friends wedding today.

=) melanie
http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
melanieadey at hotmail dot com

Therese said...

my grandson colored pictures for his mom and new baby sister

royaldixie said...

My almost-one-year-old made Valentines for his grandparents this year. THat was his first and only art project in his life :)
I have followed this blog through Prizey!
I like the Polka Dot Plaque.

THANKS
newmommyin08 {at} yahoo {dot} com

mel said...

We make collages out of everything! The latest was stickers.
Found you on Prizey.

mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

Shelly said...

My 3 year old is always drawing - she recently made a 'book' at daycare, dictating the words to the teacher. Love your wall art. I forget how I found you...but am glad I did.

noreen said...

Yesterday my oldest drew a picture of her as a princess and her new swim coach as a king, standing in front of a pink castle. She plans on giving it to him today. WE also made cute tooth fairy boxes not too long ago.
http://sillymommy2sillygirls.blogspot.com/2009/01/tooth-fairy-boxes.html
and I made 100 hearts for a hat
http://sillymommy2sillygirls.blogspot.com/2009/02/100th-day-of-kindergarten.html
Yes I am very proud of that hat!
I follow the blog
Personalized Ballerina Art

Aprilshowers said...

My daughter recently drew a picture of four hearts with arms and legs. Each heart was colored a different color. It's so cute.

moushka said...

My 6yo daughter just completed a coloring contest using colored pencils. I think she did a marvelous job.

judybrittle said...

My 5 year old granddaughter made me some handmade necklaces and she did such a beautiful job.
I found you through Mom Giveaways
Love the Paper Doll Wall Art. That is
so cute. Thank you!

Dannan said...

1. My children and I made prints with a toilet paper tube and a toy pitcher. They turned out really well!
2. Found this through prizey
3. I love the paper doll wall art. So cute!

The Dreamer said...

My son loves when I sing 'Hey Jude' to him, but I usually forget some of the words - so I printed them nicely and sort of scrapbooked them to make it art and hung it on his wall. SO now it's pretty and I can look up when I forget the words!

addeviant006 [at] gmail [dot] com

always_317537 said...

We created a home made birthday card :)



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always_317537 said...

We created a home made birthday card :)


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always_317537 said...

I found this site on Prizey :)


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always_317537 said...

They also have birthday supplies :)



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Richard Maus said...

My daughter has been doing "schoolwork" lately with the boys (I homeschool) and she is making all sorts of papers where she "writes" their names.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Beth
reapingjoy@yahoo.com

Richard Maus said...

I found this site through Mom Giveaways.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Beth
reapingjoy@yahoo.com

Richard Maus said...

I really like their personalized birth tiles. That would make a very special welcome home gift.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Beth
reapingjoy@yahoo.com

YZgirl4 said...

1. My daughter made a large drawing of herself with bop paints at our local museum last week.
2. I found the site on google.
3. The paper doll wall art is so adorable.

yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]net

Xenia said...

1. My 2 1/2-year-old daughter helped create a card for Valentine's Day for her grandmothers by tracing her hands and then coloring all over it. I also traced my 10-week-old's hands on the cards and both grandmas loved them!
2. I found this site through Prizey.
3. I really like the Personalized Sister Art at Warm Biscuit, it would be perfect for my girls.
4. xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

Thanks!

Danielle said...

I just finished making a baby blanket for a friend who is expecting. It is pink and white striped with a white border.

drellis500(at)gmail.com

Danielle said...

They also have kid prints like trains ect..

drellis500(at)gmail.com

Danielle said...

I found this site on prizey.
drellis500(at)gmail.com

torinem said...

I made and adorable little apron for my daughter's best friend. Oh, and my girls colored a super sweet scribble picture!

tornem(at)yahoo.com

torinem said...

Found you through Mommy Giveaway!

tornem(at)yahoo.com

Cindy B. of Montana said...

We visited our grandson at Thanksgiving. He and I went to the scrapbook store and bought paper and glue, then made handprint turkeys (he's 6)!

Cindy B. of Montana said...

I found this site through Moms Giveaways!

Cindy B. of Montana said...

I tweeted this giveaway!
http://twitter.com/sendtocindy/status/1267896472

Cindy B. of Montana said...

Oops, sorry! Forgot to say I am following you on Twitter!

Cindy B. of Montana said...

I like the Airplane Wall Art and all the different name plaques, too. And....the airplane tiles!

Rockin' Mama said...

My son and I did a pillow case from Color Me Mine! I found you via Prizey!

jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

Leah said...

My ds just helped me create some magical eco~friendly homemade "thank you" cards! Soooo cute! : )))

And, from the Warm Biscuit Bedding Company I love the the Airplane Art Set.

How did I find you? Via PRIZEY! : )))

Thanks so much for this fabulous give~away! : )))

leahita[at]gmail[dot]co