Congrats to Stacey Pierce you have one the 8×10″ art print. Just to reiterate it does have a few flaws, which you can see below. If you can email me at email@example.com that would be great. I will try to message you as well.
Thanks so much to everyone who contributed, I think I should hire some of you as ‘copywriters’ ;) You all put a great spin on the prints imperfection. I am also blown away on how many of you entered!
PS – The previous winner hasn’t come forward yet!
Congrats to Bec Morris, your number was selected, there were 71 people who liked and commented (including Instagram) . I will try and contact you via facebook message….otherwise you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all of those that participated. There will be more giveaways coming up! A boy print next.
This a new art print by me under the AMMIKI range.
It’s an abstract contemporary print, using soft pink and blues, with bold circles and crosses. You can purchase either an 8×10″ or A3 version on Etsy
I am just going to start posting some of my favourite places and spaces of my I travels to Europe in June/July last year. I had all these great thought out posts in mind but I don’t think I will ever get them done, so it’s better just to write something than nothing at all. I also want a place to document my journey so I don’t forget all the great memories. I stayed roughly two weeks in Paris and I have to say it was my favourite cities I visited. There was just so much to do and see and the French are so theatrical.
Rodin museum was definitely up there as one of the best museums I visited in Paris. You would never imagine that this museum is tucked in between the bustling streets of Paris. It was like you walked into a scene from the ‘secret garden’.
Rodin’s sculptures were just lovely, but for me the actual surroundings were just as important. It was a very peaceful and visually stunning place to visit and I highly recommend visiting the museum if you go to Paris. This was not an overly busy museum, which was just perfect. The Louvre was a different story.
I just realised the last picture of the sculpture looks like the man is sticking his finger up! Lol.
If you are planning to travel to Paris and want to visit a lot of museums then I recommend the ‘Paris museum pass’. I mainly used it to go back to some of the museums I really enjoyed. The ticket is valid as soon as you purchase it and depending what pass you purchased (2, 4 or 6 days) it will run out after the days specified (consecutively). So you need to purchase the pass on the day that you are going to your first museum. Also make sure that the museum that you are wanting to visit will be open, some museums close on certain weekdays as well as on the weekends. The good news is that some of the museums are open late on certain days, which is very handy indeed. Pompidou tends to be open on most nights till about 9:30pm.
Thanks for all your wonderful comments. Sorry I couldn’t reply to all your comments. Anyway…drumroll the winner is
Woot!! I will try and contact you via Facebook. Otherwise you can email me at email@example.com.
There were 88 entrants who participated, because you needed to both ‘like and comment’ to be part of the draw (outlined in giveaway post).
Apparently you’re not supposed to announce giveaway winners on Facebook when using random org.
So I am doing it here. There were 65 entries that qualified, by both liking and commenting (you had to do both). I also included the email signups in that number (so I didn’t forget about that).
I should thank you all for participating, you gave me great food for thought, from colours to positioning, to extra elements.
And number 35 was selected from random org which is….drumroll Simmone Star! Congrats!!! Please email me your details at firstname.lastname@example.org