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Food Art : A Giveaway

Food Art : A Giveaway


Hello lovelies! Today we have something special for you- a giveaway from our sponsor, Easy Canvas Prints. Over the past year we’ve added three canvas prints to our art wall, and I couldn’t be happier with how they’ve turned out and the way they compliment the other work.


A big part of making our small apartment feel like home has been decorating it to our taste, which is a little chaotic and very colorful. The art collection we’ve spent the past few years building is a great source of pride. It is eclectic and varied, ranging from my own photographs to prints by artists we love.


We’re planning a move this fall to a hopefully bigger space, which means I’ve been thinking of how the art wall can be broken up into different rooms. I’d love to see some of the food prints form a dining room wall collection. And maybe a grouping of all the blue prints in another room? Any opportunity for me to acquire more art!


Thanks to Easy Canvas Prints, you can add an  8×10 canvas print of a favorite photo to your own art wall. Just leave a comment with your email address and the photo you would choose before Friday, 5.18, at midnight to enter!


*this contest is closed.

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  • JC Gibbs

    15.05.2012 at 07:48 Reply

    It’s funny there is nothing hanging from my walls, the photo I would choose is an illustration I made about ballons and permanent mental state 4 years ago. Game is on! :D

  • matt

    15.05.2012 at 07:55 Reply

    Awesome giveaway!

  • Patricia Crowley

    15.05.2012 at 08:41 Reply

    I would choose a photo I took of my nieces and nephews!

  • Sara

    15.05.2012 at 11:07 Reply

    I would choose a photo I took years ago of a mountain lake in Montana. I’ve been meaning to print it for ages, but haven’t yet!

  • April V

    15.05.2012 at 13:54 Reply

    I would love to have a canvas of a picture of my 3 kids I took together at our old train station!!

  • Stefanie

    15.05.2012 at 14:31 Reply

    I would choose a photo of my baby girl!

  • carrie

    15.05.2012 at 16:22 Reply

    oooh! i would probably choose a picture i took in new mexico. or maybe one of my dog!

  • Angie

    16.05.2012 at 07:03 Reply

    I would probably pick the picture of our favorite family spot in the NC mountains.

  • Erin Lawrence

    16.05.2012 at 19:56 Reply

    I would use a photo of my toddler and newborn- one of the first pictures taken of them together! Thank you!

  • Mindy

    17.05.2012 at 08:33 Reply

    Probably a lilac picture – just to remind me of the lovely aroma they bring when blooming…

  • Ashley

    17.05.2012 at 17:40 Reply

    Canvas prints are a great way to display photographs. Having a pretty print of our garden would be a fun addition to our kitchen art! I love the big print of your figs!

  • Jordan

    18.05.2012 at 09:45 Reply

    Probably one I’ve taken of the UVA grounds in spring or fall… It’s where Joseph and I met, were married, and after Sunday, will have both graduated from :)

  • Rachel

    18.05.2012 at 11:40 Reply

    I would probably get one of my DC photos printed, it would look really lovely on my bedroom wall!

  • Amy Smith

    18.05.2012 at 11:45 Reply

    I would chose a photo of Tom and I standing on my relative’s deck in California in front of a really pretty lavendar bush. The color is gorgeous. And I would probably give it to Tom as an anniversary present next week (shhh don’t say anything).

  • Tinisha Derossett

    11.11.2012 at 05:25 Reply

    I mostly use aylcrics as well. In my limited oil painting experience, I’ve used Grumbacher and Holbein. I really enjoy and prefer Holbein’s paints to Grumbacher because, in my experience, they are much more consistent in what comes out of the tube. Holbein’s paint is always a firm paste that spreads like butter. Grumbacher’s don’t always give me that experience they range from the paste to big oily glops (with most of it being pure transparent oil). As far as brushes, I enjoy the Monarch Mongoose brushes as well. I tried buying the Dick Blick branded Red Sables and had a terrible experience with them the bristles were literally falling out of the ferrule. So, I tend to agree that, with paint brushes, you really get what you pay for.I’d like to see a post about your color pallette at some point.Thanks again for the blog.

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