Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Facebook giveaway

Tiny Book giveaway
Come and play with me at my Facebook page!
To participate in the giveaway you must "Like" my Facebook page first
and then leave a comment at this Facebook link.

***Make sure you leave a comment at my Facebook photo to participate in the giveaway. I cannot include the comments you leave here (my blog) at the giveaway over there (Facebook page) :p Thanks!

****The winner is Lori Miller!! Congratulations!!!*****

32 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Kristina Strain said...

The link to your FB page doesn't work...

1/26/2011 10:22 AM  
Blogger Geninne said...

Ups! fixed it! Thanks Kristina :)

1/26/2011 10:26 AM  
Blogger LindaSonia said...

I found you on Facebook and I 'liked' you!! :) LindaSonia (baddabinda@yahoo.com)

1/26/2011 10:26 AM  
Blogger c.raf.t said...

Oooh soo tiny and sweet!
fluffyraf@yahoo.com

1/26/2011 10:34 AM  
Blogger pupton said...

I liked your blog and now have liked you on FB! Would love to have some of your art!

1/26/2011 10:35 AM  
Blogger Judy Shreve said...

You are so sweet to offer your art as a 'giveaway' -- I would have fb 'liked' you anyway :))

1/26/2011 10:39 AM  
Anonymous Chris Eagle said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! I liked your FB page, and would be so happy if I got this book to give to my girlfriend. Big fan of your work!

1/26/2011 10:45 AM  
Anonymous ElizabehTown said...

So are awesome!!! Greetings!!!! FB (ok) here (ok) :)

1/26/2011 10:48 AM  
Blogger radmegan said...

Comment!! I love your work! Sooooo cute!

1/26/2011 10:51 AM  
Blogger Lindsey said...

So beautiful! And your bed(bird)room is lovely too. I would love to score a piece of your work for my very own, so count me in; I "like" you!

1/26/2011 10:55 AM  
Blogger Tereza said...

Hi Geninne, love your work so so much. Is it possible to post a few of your pictures on my blog, credit it, and link it back to your site?
thank you

1/26/2011 12:15 PM  
Blogger GOSIA said...

i "like" you ( and it's not for the giveaway)here since i do not facebook and don't intend to..

Best wishes

1/26/2011 12:35 PM  
Blogger mc said...

This is so unfair to the 3 people in the planet that don't have FB (I'm one) :) I like you anyway. It's a gorgeous little book.

1/26/2011 2:01 PM  
Blogger PoetessWug said...

Hello! I didn't come for the Giveaway. I came to say Hi! Someone recommended your blog. Now I see why!! Beautiful! :-)

1/26/2011 2:47 PM  
Blogger Frenchy said...

I don't have FB either...i like you anyway...i'm a fan

1/26/2011 3:44 PM  
Anonymous Maren said...

HI Geninne!
Burgess is napping right now but he would want to say hi.
I have been meaning to tell you how your comment on my blog made my day. It was sweet of you.
I have the rest of the sketch book posted finally, it has been a scary few days as I have had a nasty drug reaction. My boys would have been devastated if I had "left" them, they would not have any body around to feed them, and Burgess would not have my head to ride around on all day. Geez.
The bedroom looks wonderful, Manolo's house's look wonderful, hope things go increasingly well for you.
hugs,
Maren

1/26/2011 3:57 PM  
Anonymous Maren said...

Forgot to tell you, my friend has a dog like your lil darling and she is a crazy squirrel addict.
they are the smartest dogs ever. have you ever seen them work sheep? amazing. truly amazing.

1/26/2011 4:00 PM  
Blogger Alice said...

Geninne, adoro todo tu trabajo y me ilusioné con este sorteo, pero fuí incapaz de lograr hacer un comentario en Facebook, la opción no supe encontrarla o algo falló, igualmente te felicito por el bellísimo libro que vas a regalar a algun afortunado. Alice

1/26/2011 5:09 PM  
Blogger ISA said...

eres una inspiración constante...todos los días le doy un vistazo a tu pagina....me encanta....y sin el afán de copiar....pero de tomar ideas....gracias...por mostrar tu arte y por tu dedicación!!!
cariños. Isa!

1/26/2011 6:21 PM  
Anonymous Jannette said...

I'm not on Facebook, but I like you anyway! And I'm visiting your blog because it's a wonderful place - thank you, for sharing; it's a treat, to sit down for a minute and see your beautiful work.

1/27/2011 1:50 AM  
Blogger Fifi said...

i am your fan , and i follow your blog long time ago...
love it you tiny book

now i like you at facebook ;)

1/27/2011 4:09 AM  
Anonymous Margie said...

Aaah, I don't do Facebook! Missed another chance to score your birdies. Darn! XO, Margie

1/27/2011 7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have enjoyed your work for a long time.....the birdies are so sweet but I think your color palette is what I have always responded to first....so balanced in tone,tint,shade....just lovely!
missy from the bayou

1/27/2011 7:43 AM  
Blogger Helmi said...

Yes, I do.....
Greetings, Helmi

1/27/2011 12:20 PM  
Blogger Tereza said...

Hi again Geninne,
just wanted to let you know that I used a few pictures from your facebook on my blog, and credited them back to both your blog and facebook sites. Thanks for the beautiful art and inspiration, I look about your blog frequently, and it makes me happy :)

1/27/2011 3:50 PM  
Blogger Lillabilly said...

Hooray! I have left my comments and "likes", thank you for the opportunity to participate! I would absolutely die if I won. Then, I'd come alive again and dance a jig!!

1/27/2011 6:26 PM  
Blogger hellogoodbyedesigns said...

awwwwww soooooo cuteeeeeee!!

i am a big big fan of anything to do with post and mail so I am loving the postcards!!!!
Love Tania xXx

1/30/2011 1:55 PM  
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