Free Art for You

Free Art for You

I do love Free Stuff and I especially love free Art! So I decided to make some of mine available for my readers and art lovers.

If you head on over to my page called Free Art, you can pick up some free jpgs of my art. Here’s a little sample of a couple of them.

Go to the Free Art page to actually download the art in high resolution.

Raven Spirit Art

Raven Spirit, 5″ x 5″

Little Blue Beach Shack by Lindy Gaskill

Little Blue Beach Shack, 8″ x 10″

Find other free stuff on my Pinterest page at

Bicycle and Raven painting

Bicycle and Raven painting

I just got my mt. bike tuned up and it’s been fun riding it! The gears weren’t shifting properly but now they are all good!

I love my bike and I love creating bicycle and raven paintings. I have quite a few of them now.

Here’s the latest one.

I titled it Yay! Joy Ride! because that is how I feel when I’m riding…I feel pretty joyful and happy! I think mt. biking was the first time I ever felt the word “glee”!

bicycle and raven painting
If you would like to purchase this painting, email me. It is $375.00, 12″ x 12″, acrylic on wood panel. It is wired and ready to hang.

close up of bike and raven painting

If you would like to purchase a print, go to my Etsy Shop.

Two Ravens Sit and Reflect painting series

Two Ravens Sit and Reflect painting series

As February begins, I’m thinking about Valentine’s Day and this got me to thinking about couples…which got me to thinking about twos…which got me to thinking about my “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect” painting series.

I’ve been painting pairs of ravens for a long time. I like painting ravens in twos because “pairs” of animals can symbolize love, partnership, tenacity, fertility, renewal, and abundance. Pairs of an animal are very auspicious.

Below is my “Two Ravens Watched the Sunset” acrylic painting.

Two Ravens Watched the Sunset Painting
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Watched the Sunset”

Here’s a cropped version of “Two Ravens Protecting the Moon.”

Two Ravens Protecting the Moon painting
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Protecting the Moon”

I like these two looking at each other with the prayer flags and heart behind them. I painted them on a piece of recycled sky blue wood.

Two Ravens Painting

I love plays on words and the title, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect” does that. If ravens could talk, there is the literal sense of two ravens sitting together and talking and reflecting about life. I love the idea of birds talking.

And then there is the mirror image of the two ravens reflecting back on each other.

It’s been a popular series and one I enjoy painting!

© Lindy Gaskill, "Two Ravens Sit and Reflect II"
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect II”


Two Ravens Sit and Reflect III
© Lindy Gaskill, Two Ravens Sit and Reflect III


Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on Live
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on Live”


© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on the Waves”


Two Ravens Reflect on Love
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on Love”


Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on the Sun
© Lindy Gaskill, “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on the Sun”

I think I would like to paint some pairs of other animals too. Feng Shui has a list of auspicious animals which includes Tortoise, tiger, phoenix, lions, elephants, fu dogs, deer, frogs, rats, rabbits, cows and horses to name a few. You can find the symbolism of these animals here.

Which animal would you like to see reflecting on each other in a painting?

You can buy prints of Two Ravens Sit and Relect paintings in my Etsy Shop>

Archival Print – Bike and Raven Art Giveaway

Raven and Bike Print

I’m selling fine art prints on paper again so I’m celebrating by doing a Print Giveaway with my Bike and Raven Art.

My new paper prints will be less expensive than in the past. Although they won’t have my personal signature on the back, they will be just as vibrant and colorful on archival Epson paper like the previous ones I was selling.

The print below is titled “Peace Out.” The image size is 8″ x 8″ and printed on an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet. It comes in a clear cello bag inside a stiff cardboard mailer so as not to bend. Print paper is archival, acid-free and 100% cotton.

Raven and bike art

Here’s how to enter to win this print (open to U.S. and Canadian residents only):

Do one (or all) of the following:

1. Let’s inspire each other, tell me your favorite way to be creative and post it as a separate comment (1 entry).

2. For new followers, follow this blog, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

3. Tweet about this giveaway, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

4. If you haven’t already, Follow me, ArtbyLindy on Twitter, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

5. For new Fans, “like” me on Facebook, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

4. Blog about this giveaway, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

5. Heart my ArtworkbyLindy Etsy shop, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

6. Sign up to receive my Art e-Newsletter and tell me you did so as a separate comment (2 entries).

7. Make a purchase from my ArtworkbyLindy Etsy shop and tell me you did so as a separate comment (5 entries).

And if you just can’t wait to have this print, you can purchase it from my Etsy Shop >.

I’ll pick the winner in a random drawing on December 15th. Let me know your email in the comments so I can get a hold of you if you won. I’ll also post the winner on this blog.

Thanks for participating and supporting living, working artists…like me!

Good luck and wishing you
Happy Holidays!

~ Lindy

Whimsical Raven Painting titled “Mr. Raven, Meet Miss Web”

Whimsical Raven Painting
© Lindy Gaskill, “Mr. Raven, Meet Miss Web”, 12″ x 12″, acrylic on wood
close up - raven painting
Close up, “Mr. Raven, Meet Miss Web”

This raven painting cracks me up. When the title came to me, I just laughed. It seemed fitting. I love that my raven has a personality named Mr. Raven. He’s a bit mysterious, a bit devious, definitely the trickster!

Print added to my Etsy Shop.

Happy May Day with new whimsical bird art

whimsical bird art
© Lindy Gaskill, “She Found the Secret Garden”, 5.5″ x 5.5″, acrylic on wood panel
whimsical bird art
© Lindy Gaskill, “Dreaming in Blue Magic”, 5.5″ x 5.5″, acrylic on wood panel
whimsical bird art
© Lindy Gaskill, “Flight of the Hummingbird”, 5.5″ x 5.5″, acrylic on wood panel
whimsical bird print
© Lindy Gaskill, “Safe Landing”, 5.5″ x 5.5″, acrylic on wood panel

Whimsical bird art originals and prints available in my Etsy Shop>

Happy May Day!


New Acrylic Hummingbird and Garden Painting

I’ve finished some new paintings and I’ll be posting them here in the weeks to come.

It’s been fabulous painting again in my Baja studio! I love the light and looking at palm trees and the view of the ocean. I feel very grateful for the opportunity to create art in this kind of setting.

I’ll first put my new work on the VIP page of my website for those who have access to view first and then a week later I’ll be posting them on my website and blog. If you have VIP access, you will have first dibs at purchasing any paintings that I put on the VIP page.

There are  tiny little hummingbirds here in Todos Santos that we’ve been watching in our garden and they are beautiful!

I have a love of birds. And I think hummingbirds are special. I also love bird symbolism and what their meaning can represent.

Hummingbirds are a symbol of luck, love and joy. No wonder I love painting them!

So I’m been inspired by these tiny creatures and feel they are a good omen when I see them fluttering about.

What is one of your favorite birds?

©Lindy Gruger, A Hummingbird Garden, acrylic on paper, image size: 8″ x 10″,
framed 16″ x 13″, $325

NOTE: Normally, I would be posting images of our stay here but I forgot my camera’s download cord so I don’t have access to the photos until I get home.

I’ll be doing a series of posts about our trip but you will have to wait a few days.

We are getting ready tto travel back starting tonight by taking the Baja Ferry. We’ll be going back the same way we came. Going over to mainland Mexico from La Paz and driving to San Carlos, Nogales and Tucson and then on to Prescott.

Peace, Lindy

New Acrylic Paintings

Some finished acrylic paintings.


Finished painting

acrylic bird painting

©2012 Lindy Gruger, They were Surrounded by Blue Sky,
8″ x 8″, acrylic on Canvas, $250

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Sketch to make above painting

bird sketch

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acrylic tree painting

©2012 Lindy Gruger, Totem Trees, acrylic on wood, 12″ x 12″, $395

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acrylic raven painting by L. Gruger

©2012 Lindy Gruger, The Raven’s Gift, 8″ x 8″, acrylic on Canvas, $250

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Online Art Sale of Mini Paintings

Are you looking for some affordable original art? A cute gift to give someone special?

I have colorful mini paintings for sale.


I’ve been inspired by the idea of “paint what you love” that Flora Bowley talked about in her painting e-course.

I had a square of material that had cowboy boots on it. I had purchased some soap that was wrapped up in it. I love this piece of cloth and had it in my studio.

Cowboy Boots on Cloth

Inspired, soon I was painting cowgirl boots on mini canvases.

Cowgirl Boot Mini Paintings

Top Left to Right:
The Twilight Boot, The Hummingbird Boot,
The Kiss Boot, The Swirly Boot,
The Feather Boot, The Garden Boot

Originals are $95 with free shipping in U.S. and Canada.
Go to my website to purchase originals>
Giclée Prints available in my Etsy Shop>

I love feathers and have my collection spread out in a drawer with a glass top so you can see them.

Feather Collection

I chose a feather from my collection and created a mini feather painting from it. I’ve made six of them.

When you purchase the mini painting, you will receive the actual feather that inspired the original painting.

Mini Feather Paintings

Top Left to Right:
Feather in Autumn, Garden Feather,
Feather in Spring, Twilight Feather,
Party Feather, Feather Love

Originals are $75 with free shipping in U.S. and Canada.
Go to my website to purchase originals>
Giclée Prints available in my Etsy Shop>

Development of a painting – Protecting the Nest III

I was painting about a dozen canvases and pieces on wood while I was taking the Bloom True e-course by Flora Bowley. I’m still working on some of the pieces and they are developing and changing and don’t look anything like the way they started.

It’s always interesting to me to watch a painting develop. In the future I’ll be posting some of these pieces to show you.

What I love about the Bloom True e-course is you can take what you would like from it, what resonates with you, and leave the rest. Many of the things I was doing are things that I have learned in previous experimental drawing and painting classes but I had fallen away from them and this e-course got me back on track! Love that! One needs that as an artist to keep growing. And taking workshops is inspiring for that! And this one is amazingly inspiring! It is unique in that it combines more than just painting techniques. There is a whole mind, body, soul element to it. I highly recommend enrolling for the next e-course in June.

Letting images come spontaneously and intuitively, letting my own marks and color palette fill the canvas was a joy!

Below are some of the images of my painting, Protecting the Nest III, as it developed.

Some of the first layers and adding lights and darks.


more layers, keeping the raven shape, adding in the feathers


This is the awkward teenager stage where the painting looks yucky!

Protecting the Nest III, Acrylic on Wood, ©2012 L. Gruger

The final painting has some of my signature marks in it.

The marks I use with string, making spirals and swiggly marks with red and black paint. And the marks I use by scratching into paint on wax paper and pressing it into the painting. These marks are what Ariane Goodwin, Ed.D. from the smARTist Telesummit calls one’s fingerprint aka one’s artist voice with painting. The marks that make your painting yours. These are my marks and they are the one’s that a person can recognize an L. Gruger painting has. That and the black outline. I  love using the black outline and currently I’m experimenting with white outline too.

What are the things that make up your fingerprint?

Be Here Now

Sometimes, when I’m waiting for something, I have to remind myself to “be here now”. To be mindful that the present is where it’s at.

It’s easy to put myself into a stressful mindset, thinking about the future and where I want to be. And sometimes I can’t help myself to look back on the past to see how far I’ve been.

It’s this tug of war of past and future and that is where the stress comes in. If I can just relax and be where I am. In this moment, where everything is just fine, all will be well.

In this case, Greg and I are waiting to move to Prescott. We’re in this transitional period and sometimes we get a little antsy and wish we were further along then we are.

We are waiting on a house we put an offer on in Prescott, AZ. It’s a short sale house and you know how long those take! We want to hurry the process along but we just have to wait. Although we’ve put a deadline on ourselves that we will move on Oct. 31st even if the house doesn’t go through yet.

But when I start stressing about this whole situation,  I have to stop myself from living in the future or the past and remember to “be here now”.

I was looking at a print of my painting titled “See How Far We’ve Come” and I’m sure it represents Greg and I looking back at the path we’ve travelled.

"See How Far We've Come", Acrylic on Wood
"See How Far We've Come", Acrylic on Wood

We have done a lot in the last 4 years. We’re coming up on our 4 year anniversary of when we met each other.

It is fun to look back on past adventures and go through our photo albums of some of our trips. The memories bring joy and remind me that we are moving forward in pursuit of our dreams.

Yet, truly, it is the present, that we are living. The now. I keep reminding myself to live in this moment. Be happy with where I am and grateful for everything in my life.

I don’t want to be distracted by fretting about the future. I don’t want to miss out on what is in front of me right now.

It’s about trusting in the present and believing that everything is happening for us exactly when it is meant to happen. Yay! I like that idea. It’s so much less stressful to think that way too.

"Two Ravens Sit and Reflect" Painting Series

I wanted to share two raven paintings that I finished the other day.

I’ve been working on this raven series titled “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect” for awhile now and I finished two more paintings for it. I like the play on words that I use in the titles for these paintings.

The first one is titled “Two Ravens Sit and Reflect on the Waves.” Inspired from when we went to the beach the other day and watched the surfers watching the waves.TwoRavens-2The next one is titled “Two Ravens Reflect on the Sun.”  This one was heavily influenced by the sunny days here in Baja. It is wonderful to enjoy blue skies and sunshine here in Todos Santos.Talk of the weather is common because it is just so beautiful! I wanted to do something different with these black birds so I made their wings expanded with the idea that they mimic the rays of the sun which are expanding upwards as well.

TwoRavensBoth paintings are 6″ wide x 6.75″ tall, acrylic on paper.

Hope you are enjoying June.

~ Lindy

What I Find Inspiring – Brave Girls Club

This happened back in December but I’m just mentioning it now. I was the Featured bird artist on the Brave Girls Club daily truths email called “a little bird told me”.

What is the Brave Girls Club you may be wondering? It’s a community of women founded by Melody Ross and her sister Kathy Wilkins in 2009.

Their website says the “Brave Girls Club is a worldwide community of women who want to live the best, happiest, most productive and fabulously brave life they can possibly live…and that means something different to every single one of us.

Brave Girls Club is an online community, a portal for amazing connections, a news source for everyday heroes, a resource for great ideas, amazing endeavors, everyday problem solving, realistic recipes and unforgettable get-togethers. Brave Girls Club is a place to feel free, to feel peace, and to feel brave. Brave Girls Club is not an exclusive club…every woman is invited. Brave Girls Club is life-changing fun, life-changing truths, and life-changing friendships.”

I love receiving the Daily Truth emails in my inbox! They really touch the heart of the matter and what I’m feeling so many times!! My bird art was featured on the Dec. 2nd, 2010 email. It read like this:

Dear Beautiful Girl,

Keep your thoughts in the places that you want to be, dear friend. It takes a tremendous amount of discipline, but it is so worth it to train your mind to shy away from fear, hopelessness, dread, negativity, anger and jealousy. It truly is possible to practice day by day turning your thoughts towards gratitude, happiness and goodness, true happiness for the accomplishments and blessings of others, hope for the future, and forgiveness….even in the most difficult of times.

Each day, just make a solid decision that you will do whatever it takes to feel peace for the rest of the day. When a difficult feeling or situation arises, remind yourself of the commitment that you made that morning. Focus your mind on the beauty of the world, on the love that others have for you, on the love that you have for others, and on the blessings that you find in the moment (even if those blessings are as small as the fact that you have a roof over your head) and focus on hope for better days.

We must choose for yourself how you will feel, how you will react, how you will move forward in each moment. No one can do this for us. It is SO worth the work it takes to train ourselves to continuously focus on what is RIGHT rather than what is wrong.

You are phenomenal, strong and capable.
You can do this.

And it looked like this in my inbox.


You can read more Daily Truth emails in their archives here >

And sign up for the emails here >

They teach “Be Brave Enough to Live Your Truths.” I like that.

Courage to all!

~ Lindy

Two New Acrylic Paintings on Wood Box Frames

I have 2 new whimsical bird paintings that I’ve painted on wood box frames. They are 11″ x 8″ with 4″ deep sides.  These have been a popular format and I love painting on wood. They’re very versatile too. You can hang them on the wall, put them on a book shelf or end table or even on a window sill.

She Built a Love NestShe Built a Love Nest
acrylic on wood box frame, 11″ x 8″ x 4″

Wood Box Frame painting

I like the way the image wraps around all 4 sides too. To create the nest I used  white marks over layered colors of blue, purple, red and green. Then I tinted the white with a pinkish color. I really like the look of it.

She Built a Love Nest on Wall

The colors remind me of Spring! I must have warmer weather on my mind.

top of painting on wood box frame


Watching the Fish Dance
acrylic on wood box frame, 11″ x 8″ x 4″

Watching the Fish Dance Painting Hanging on the Wall

Watching the Fish Dance on shelf painting

Hope you enjoyed the new paintings!

New Mini Paintings – Original Acrylic Paintings for Sale

I’ve been really busy getting some mini paintings created. I’ve been having a lot of fun making them!

Each one feels like a little colorful jewel. They look sweet all together especially when they’re hung on the wall in multiples. Some of them will be in a Small Works show opening on Dec. 3rd at the Tumalo Art Co. and some will be for sale on my website beginning Dec. 8th.


I especially like these bicycle paintings. They are a little larger than my mini size which is 5 x 5 inch. I made them 8 x 8 inch which I like. It’s a little bit bigger size but still small. They’re painted on canvas with gallery wrapped sides so the image wraps around the edge. They’re wired and ready to hang.

A Spectacular Day for a Ride, 8" x 8", acrylic on canvas, $225
A Spectacular Day for a Ride, 8" x 8", acrylic on canvas, $225

I made these little paintings with bicycles because I heard about the Cross Culture: Bike + Art Love event which coincides with the Cyclocross Nationals here in Bend, Oregon. There are lots of events happening around town Dec. 9-12 that are bike and art related.

The website says the event “pairs bike-centric artists with Bend businesses, inviting opportunities to meet the artist while enjoying a festive atmosphere.” What a cool idea.

So that got me thinking about bikes! If you know me, you know I love my mountain bike. So I thought it would be fun to make some little paintings with a bike in them. And it was fun! I like how they turned out.

Ride and Fly, acrylic on canvas, 8" x 8", $225
Ride and Fly, acrylic on canvas, 8" x 8", $225

I also liked this mini raven painting. The colors just glow in it.

Preparing to Fly, acrylic on canvas, 5" x 5", sold
Preparing to Fly, acrylic on canvas, 5" x 5", sold

Another one of my favorites is this one with the bird’s nest and little bitty blue eggs. I imagine it to be a ravens nest. Although raven eggs have spots on them and aren’t this blue…but still…it’s all from my imagination so it can be whatever I want it to be. Oh, the beauty of painting from one’s imagination. Love it!

They Built an Elegant Nest, 5" x 5", acrylic on canvas, $95

I liked using the white paint to create the nest pattern. I might try some more of this. What do you think of this technique? I’d love to know your opinion.

Check out more of my mini’s on Dec. 8th where I’ll have them for sale on my website. If you would like to get a reminder email about the sale, sign up for my e-Newsletter.

I see it’s snowing a bit outside. It’s fun to watch.

Wishing you all things that glitter and sparkle!

~ Lindy

And the Winner is….


I woke up today with anticipation…

because today….

is the day….

to pick the winner

for my

Whimsical Bird Art Giveaway!

Singing a Fiesta Song
Singing a Fiesta Song

So I wrote all the names out on two sheets of paper. There were a lot of names with 76 comments! (The blog post says 77 but I wrote a comment too… so minus one = 76!)

Yay! Thank you to all who entered my Whimsical Bird Art Giveaway!

It’s the first giveaway that I’ve hosted myself and I know I’ll do another one at some point because it was so much fun to meet new folks and I loved seeing what items people fav’d from my Etsy Shop.

So what is the best way to pick the winner?  I used a random number generator at Everyone had a number attached to their name/entries on my sheets of paper.

And then I chose the number 47.

random numberAnd the winner is:

Michelle Shopped


Visit her blog, One Woman’s Search for Meaning at  Michelle Shopped where she writes, “When my Molly was about 8 she used to think a favorite musician’s name was Michelle Shopped.”  🙂

Thanks again to all who entered!

♡ & ☮



My Little Red Bird Print is in an Etsy Treasury

Birds of a Feather Etsy TreasuryBird Treasury by Holacards Etsy Shop
by Holacards Etsy Shop

My little red bird print,  “She Felt the Sum Beaming”,  is garnering some attention over on She’s in a beautiful bird Treasury picked out by the Hola Greeting Card Company. Hola Cards makes fun greeting cards and many of them have spanish sentiments on them. They’re very unique and they’re not printed, they’re made by hand! That’s what I love about Etsy…the unique handmade items that an independent artist is making just for you! Love that! ♥

New Whimsical Bird Art – Original Acrylic Paintings

I have some new whimsical bird art that I would like to share with you. They’re acrylics on paper. Mostly small.

She Watched One Thread Blossom
She Watched One Thread Blossom

I’ve been painting these little bird creatures for a number of years now. They started showing up in my paintings when we moved to Bend, Oregon in 2003.

A Small Dream in the Making
A Small Dream in the Making

We have tons of birds in our backyard. Lots of hummingbirds and quail in the summer. Robins, jays, ravens and chickadees the rest of the time.

She Felt the Sun Beaming
She Felt the Sun Beaming

I’d like to make a quail painting sometime.  I just haven’t yet. Probably will soon.

She Sat on a Creative Nest
She Sat on a Creative Nest

What’s interesting is to see how my whimsical birds have changed over the years. Below is an early bird I made. My color palatte was a bit darker.

A Small Space of Rest
A Small Space of Rest

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. It’s just different. Change, I believe, is good for an artist. It shows one is growing in their art. I believe I have grown as an artist. Here’s another early one.

An Enchantment was Cast
An Enchantment was Cast

I like this quote from “The Mission of Art” by Alex Grey.

“Art is communion of one soul to another, offered through the symbolic language of form and content. An artist creates a sensible form, through harmonious use of the medium (paint, clay, music, and so on), which expresses content, by subject and feeling. We absorb metaphysical sustenance from the balance of formal means and expressive ends. Art expands the appreciator’s consciousness by providing a glimpse into the hearts and minds of strange beautiful humanity. Art is nutrition for the soul. The soul cannot thrive on junk food.

Many artists develop technical skills – they can draw, paint, or play an instrument – but seem to have little that is fresh, original, or worthwhile to say. Other artists really have something important to express but lack the skills or courage to express it. Rare is the artist with skill who offers a significant statement.

The only way to formal inventiveness and technical ability is to work and work, studying and perfecting the craft. Artists discover unique features of their medium that contribute to actualizing their personal vision. A well-crafted work of art requires discipline. Devotional labor lavished on a work of art radiates love and care to the viewer.”

I like to observe the changes in my art and celebrate that I’m still at it, still celebrating life with images that fulfill me, that bring joy and calm to my spirit. Work and work and more work at painting, perfecting my craft, as Alex Gray says. I try to be true to myself when I paint, even in the midst of grief, sorrow or disappointment. So here’s to staying calm and clear and bright and continuing to paint! flower

Spring into a Whimsical Bird Art Giveaway

Spring is coming!
I am celebrating March with a Whimsical Bird Art Giveway!

The winner will receive 3 things featuring my Whimsical Bird Art:

"Singing a Fiesta Song" ACEO Print

One whimsical bird ACEO print titled “Singing a Fiesta Song”.
See all three of my ACEO prints in my Etsy Shop.
Whimsical Bird Notecards
Whimsical Bird Notecards
7 different card designs
7 different card designs
One pack of my whimsical bird notecards that
features 7 different card designs in each package.
Whimsical Bird Bookmark
Whimsical Bird Bookmark

And one whimsical bird bookmark.

The contest giveaway will run for one week from March 1st to March 7th, and the winner will be announced on my blog Monday, March 8th.

I will use a random number generator to choose the winner.

Also, please remember to leave your email in the posts so I can contact you if you’re the winner!

Note: Please remember to list each comment separately. If you put all your entries into one comment, it will only be counted once!

Here’s how to enter:

Do one (or all) of the following:

1. Go to lgrugerhanson Etsy shop and pick out your favorite item then come back here and post your choice (1 entry)

2. For new followers, follow this blog, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

3. Tweet about this giveaway, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

4. Follow me, lgrugerhanson on Twitter, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

5. For new Fans, fan me on Facebook, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

4. Blog about this giveaway, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

5. Heart  my lgrugerhanson Etsy shop, and tell me you did so as a separate comment (1 entry).

6. Sign up to receive my Art  e-Newsletter and tell me you did so as a separate comment(1 entry).

7. Make a purchase from my lgrugerhanson Etsy shop and tell me you did so as 5 separate comments (5 entries).

Thanks for participating and supporting living, working artists…like me!

Good luck  and good thoughts,

~ Lindy