Monday, 29 September 2008

Giveaway! (Motivational friends and family included)

Here it is and I'm really happy with it.
 
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So I would love to give this piece to whoever wants it! Just leave a comment and I will announce the lucky lovely via a name draw on Monday 12th of October. However I don't know how to go about packaging this piece! I feel like such a hopeless so and so, and even more so that I'm asking for help (pleaasee) for the second time (the sewing machine dilemma). My artwork has taken me to so many different places mentally, both bad and good (i won't tell you about the bad places..but lets just say it involved being up till 3am with a blank notebook staring back at me...enough said) Anyway as you can see in the picture its a relatively small piece on watercolour paper. I bought a cardboard folder and some jiffy bags, but I'm not sure if that's going to be enough to prevent it from bending. I have also heard about these art/mirror boxes but was wondering if there was another way of doing it. Help!

15 comments:

Shelley said...

me me me!
(waving like a maniac)
me me me, pick me!

i love this piece!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

xo
s

Mónica said...

Oh God!
Is this true?
You're giving up this gorgeous???
It looks amazing, hope i'm the lucky one.
About the packaging, i'll see if i can find a way, my boss's wife works at the post office, i'll ask her if she knows some way.
Oh, and thanks for the visit!
kisses.

Vânia Duarte said...

So lovely idea Miss Khairun!!!!
Ok, i had said that i was completly in love for painting.
I would love to receive this wonderful work of my cool Teacher of english:-)

Kiss Kiss lovely girl!!

khairun said...

aah you people are making me blush rather intensely..thankyou!

Monica, I hope your bosses wife is as nice as you are!

Vânia Duarte said...

me me me me (again me)!
eheheheheheh:-)

Natalie said...

Better late than never...I'm going to be thoroughly un-British and push to the front of the queue :p ner ner ner ner nerrrrrrr!!!

antonio said...

hey,I also want this piece!!. I see it everyday but i realy love it.many kisses.Mr T

Gemma said...

Beautiful paintings, I worship people who can translate what is in their head through their hands on to paper, would love to come out first in the draw (by the way I came to your blog via your friend Yasmin, hee hee, we work together) carry on the good work, Gemma

Suzan Buckner said...

This is a beautiful!!! piece!!! I want it!! pick me!!! PLEASEEEEEE!!!!!!!

Nelofar said...

hiiiiiiiiiiii Khairun!! i made it at last!! love it love it, i want it, pleaseeee give it to meeee!!!! ohhh i hope its meeeeee!!

Miranda McAllister said...

we could give this lovely artwork a very good home in our school library - then it would cheer up hundreds of people every day!

tollipop said...

It's lovely, Khairun! I adore the yellow and her beautiful, dreamy expression.

I use papermart.com and clearbags.com as sources for packaging artwork--I mail my prints in plastic sleeves with a sturdy piece of cardboard inside, then enclose the entire thing in a stiff cardboard envelope. Your local post office may have the supplies you need.

At any rate...if I win perhaps I could just come to Portugal and pick it up myself! That's completely logical, right?

--Kirsten

Anonymous said...

Im writing on behalf of SUBI, my dear friend from Canada.
Im sure this would be the way to comment if you dont have a blog or gmail....

lets see...

Patti said...

I know Shelley really wants this - I saw the link on her site - but I'd love to have it too!!! How generous of you to share your wonderful art. Most UPS stores have boxes that aren't too thick and that will protect art that sure doesn't need to be damaged.
Love your art and your blog!
patti

Alisa Nordholt-Dean said...

I just found your blog via Shelley's and couldn't pass up the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

This piece is beautiful! I'm sure it will be treasured by whoever the lucky winner is.