Tuesday, May 31, 2011

a teeny tiny peachpatrol giveaway





I believe it is time for the first peachpatrol goody giveaway! .. So I recently re-ordered my usual batch of stickers from my super-awesome printing company in London and found that I had in fact placed a double order. Oops! And instead of taking them to my usual stockists, I have decided to give some away to you, my loyal readers/followers/friends. Yay! That is three sticker sets that will be gifted. All you have to do is be a follower, which you probably are if you are reading this (thank you!). And write a note on this post, sharing a little something about your day. Are you drinking tea? Wearing socks? Both?

In one week's time, (next Wednesday the 8th of june) I will pick THREE lucky people and email them. So don't forget to attach an email address. International readers welcome, postage is on me! Oh and if there are less than three comments, then you can bet your bottom dollar that you will receive a nice sticker set! Much love and good luck!

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This giveaway has now ended. winners will be announced shortly!

16 comments:

cara said...

I spent the entire day making a magazine for uni, I called it Serious Street Fighters. It's all about VERY serious street fighters. I just finished drawing pictures of my friends with body building bodies. There's also street fighting fashion for the mature lady. I think I'm becoming delirious from staring at this computer screen. Stickers look nice!

fruzsi said...

:) Thank you hun, these street fighters do indeed sound very serious. I look forward to seeing the fruits of these labours!

jonahliza said...

helloo..love your art work and your blog. what a great giveaway.. i, actually, made macarons for the first time, today. they turned out pretty good, next batch will be even better! but i had so much fun making them. i love to bake :) have a nice week <3 jonahliza@gmail

fruzsi said...

wohooo for macaroons! they are YUM! Wish I could come over :)

the fashion turd said...

Hello...This is my first week of unemployment and i'm deciding what to do with my life...scary but exciting. And tonight my beautiful girlfriend comes back from Italy so i'm waiting for her..smile! Oddly enough your work reminds me of Frankie magazine...i love it and it's the only Australian magazine i read and can find it in only 2 places in London....anyway i'd love some stickers! x

www.thefashionturd.com

fruzsi said...

Ooh good luck with the jobhunting and thank you for the comment.

Cathy said...

I love your stickers! Seeing that it's still morning here in Oregon, I just finished brunch and will now attempt to finish one painting and start another one before the kiddos get out of school. I better get off the computer and get to work!

fruzsi said...

Ha ha thank you Cathy! You go girl!

Cat said...

I am attempting (!) to knit a blanket for my baby girl and have spent much time today knitting sweet little squares of colour. Not really sure how it is going to turn out - but I'm trying!!

fruzsi said...

Hi Cat, that sounds lovely! I understand the challenge of knitting/crocheting. I am not good (at all) at either! I admire anyone, like my boyfriend(!) and my grandma who can!

eleanor said...

I just now saw your artwork...and It's wonderful! so whimsically fantastic! I've always enjoyed stickers. A little note about my day... I stared at a painting that I need to finish, but alas, I did not pick up the brush and, instead went shopping at my favorite store: a thrift store.

-eharmonart@gmail.com

fruzsi said...

hi Eleanor, thank you for your comment. Yes indeed procrastination is all too easy! I myself am designing some big stickers right now instead of writing an essay for uni!

artsy ann said...
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artsy ann said...

The children and I are sending postcards around the world and would love to add a little whimsy on our homemade postcards, your stickers would be perfect!

The postcard exchange is through
postcrossing.com

Patty said...

Nice illustrations.

fruzsi said...

thank you Patty!