As most of you already know I am doing a follower appreciation digital stamp giveaway! My goal is to reach 100 followers. We've already had our first giveaway with 3 more to go! Please see March 21st Post to view the winner from Round 1. I want to thank my current followers to date! It means a great deal to me.
So now that Round 2 has started, when you become a follower, please post a comment in this post announcing your arrival and post the number when you joined the follower list for your chance to win a digi stamp of your choice from my store. Find your number in the followers list where it says "Members (27)" for example. If you forget to post your number, you will be given a number by myself. The reason I need your member number is to solve the problem we experienced in the first draw (see previous posts for explanation). ***FRIENDLY REMINDER*** Please make sure your name in the comments matches your follower name, or please confirm who you are in the list. Thanks so much!
With that said, we now need 50 followers to complete Round 2! Tell your digi stamp friends about the giveaway and their chance to win a free digi...otherwise we could be waiting a while until the next draw! :) Good luck everyone! ♥
- Sheryl. ♥Redonkadoodles♥
- I'm a wife, a mother, and a full time illustrator. I have a son who is 4, and a new baby girl who was born August 2012! Drawing & Digital painting is my life, but wish drawing digis was my full time job b/c I get so much satisfaction from it! For now it is a hobby that is mainly for my babies, and my escape from the strict guideline of the lisenced properties I work on in everyday life! I LOVE my day job too. I create small MMO games for major featured films, anything ranging from Dreamworks Madagascar, Ice Age, Tin Tin, or Puss In Boots to projects as small as My Little Pony, Barbie, and Hello Kitty to name a small few. I enjoy painting traditionally and digitally, and there are days where I wish I had four arms so I can do everything! Family comes first for me - life is just too short, so I try to find a happy balance between crafts and my full time career.