3/17/08

Giving Art Away ATC Raffle


So many people stop by this blog that I am flummoxed. It's not as bloggy as you deserve, but many factors in my personal life interfere. I will probably share them some day. I'm going to try and offer a little more "how-to" in the future, but until then, feel free to ask about a particular method and I will always share! As I prepare to head off to Chicago for the International Quilt Show, I wanted to bring along some thread sketched atc's for virtual studio, so I made a few, posted here. When I get back I will raffle these off to whoever fancies them. If you leave a comment to this post, I'll include your name in the big bag of magic. On April 20 I'll randomly (is there any other way?) pull out names and start mailing out atc's.

34 comments:

  1. ooooo I love your thread sketches! I hope to come meet you at the International Quilt Festival in Chicago as well!!!

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  2. It's fun to give away art! At least I like doing it. Have a blast at IQF! Wish I could go.

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  3. Doreen Kinkade3/18/2008

    Ooooh, I love those. Wish I was going to Chicago. Have fun.
    Doreen Kinkade

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  4. Well, hot damn, I have got to be in on this!

    Wonderful cards and have a great time in Chicago!

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  5. I'd love to add one to my art collection. Thanks for posting again and I hope you are doing well. Have a great time in Chicago. I hope to make it to the show some year.

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  6. I have admired your work for some time now and would be thrilled to win a piece. I wish I could go to Chicago to see you in person. Have fun!

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  7. I've just discovered your blog but I would love to have my name entered. Your ATCs are so vibrant and colorful!

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  8. Beautiful, bright colors. I love your atcs! Jamie V in MT
    http://rem-nants.blogspot.com

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  9. These colours are glorious, and I'd love to give any of them a home.

    Enjoy Chicago!

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  11. Hi - These are "fierce!" Have fun in Chicago - wish I could go - but, at least I had Houston.

    Tish

    P.S. Sorry about deleting my previous comment, thought I had posted it twice.

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  12. Have a great time in Chicago! Wish I could go, perhaps another time. You have such lovely vibrant cards and I love the use of stitching too!

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  13. I SO wish I was off to Chicago too... Have a great time! I love those thread sketches.

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  14. katcampau3/20/2008

    Hi, I do thread drawings for ATCs too! Yours look like fun, love the colors.

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  15. I've tried the thread sketching for myself after reading your article in CPS. Such fun and I love the ones you make!

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  16. Ooooo Kelli...just saw you in an ad for the new Creative Spaces book coming out now. Can't wait to get a copy. Fingers crossed that I get to go to Chicago. If so, I'll stop by to say hi. Have fun!

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  17. I love visiting your blog. I have it bookmarked and stop by almost daily. I'd love to be entered in your drawing.

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  18. Love your work and articles in CPS. Hope to meet you in Chicago.
    I am a fellow Michigander living in Berrien Springs.

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  19. Of course we visit this blog, it always has lots of interest to see and all your work is wonderful, the thread picture atcs are great - maureen x - maureen x

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  20. count me in! love your work!

    eBeth

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  21. Hi,
    I met you last year (or was it the year before) at the quilt show in Chgo. I came across your business card the other day and remembered how much I enjoyed your work. I would like very much to be included in the raffle.
    I will try and get into your make it take it class this year. Thanks for your great inspiration

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  22. Please add my name to your draw.
    These are so colorful I had to put on my sun glasses just to look at them. Betty

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  23. count me in if you're still taking names - your artwork is wonderful!

    aimee

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  24. Okay, now I have to try thread sketching. Your colors are gorgeous.
    p.s. You looked great in CPS STUDIOS.
    Joanie

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  25. You just keep getting better and better. Really love the new "ladies"

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  26. hi Kelli please add me, i follow your blog and love when you post. Rock on lady.
    ANg

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  27. Fantastic ATCS. I love them!

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  28. Anonymous4/04/2008

    How nice of you to give away your beautiful ATCs. I belong to an ATC group in Rio Rancho NM and it is the most fun thing to do each month. Every ATC is a treasure.
    toni hughes ti-ti-toni@juno.com

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  29. Your work is bright, beautiful and full of HAPPY! I'm going to try to stop by your booth at the Quilt Festival!
    ~jane

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  30. Anonymous4/08/2008

    I am a brand new fan. I just saw your Vintage spoons on the Quilting Arts Newsletter and just said "WOW"!!! Of course, I would love to be included in your raffle but even if I don't win one of the ATCs I will still peruse your blog and admire your work from afar!!
    Katina
    kjkouklaAThotmailDOTcom

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  31. The colors on these are so wonderfully BOLD. How do you get that to happen? I love them. Maybe I'll get luck and win one in your raffle. Either way, I would love to know how you did this. I first found you via one of your articles in CPS.

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  32. Kelli-
    I met you at the quilt show in Chicago, and you were wonderful to speak with! Thank you so much!

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  33. Love the colors - would love to win one!!! Wish I would have read about you before going to Chicago yesterday - we were there for only a couple of hours. Next time I hope to find you. I teach K-6th kids and they will love trying some of your techniques - great end of the year activity! Thanks.

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  34. What a wonderfully creative blog you have. I enjoy seeing what you come up with!
    VictorianGypsy

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