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beyond words designs {giveaway!}

My friend (who I haven’t met yet) Steph of Beyond Words Designs has generously offered to give one of you a $50 shop credit to spend on her beautiful hand-painted artwork.

Steph has a beautiful heart and story behind her desire to create personalized pieces for families. You can read about why she started painting for Beyond Words Designs and the story of her Amelia here.

I am so very excited to giveaway for a $50 shop credit to Beyond Words Design! To enter, go peek at the Beyond Words Collections and come back here to leave a comment telling me what your piece was.

Of course, for those over achievers, you can gain one extra entry by tweeting this:

O how I love @beyondwordsdes! Check out their giveaway hosted by @OMyFamily here: http://bit.ly/jKhbdw

Just tweet it and come back here to leave ONE ADDITIONAL comment on this post letting me know that you tweeted and what your twitter name is. Any comments that don’t follow these rules will be deleted. (Play fair, friends!)

 

This giveaway closes at 10:00pm CST Wednesday, June 29th. The winner will be announced Thursday.

Good luck!

Disclosure: Beyond Words Designs is an O My Family sponsor and has provided the spoils of this giveaway. While Beyond Words Designs is covering the monetary costs of this giveaway, money cannot buy my opinions. Those are priceless.

82 Responses to “beyond words designs {giveaway!}”

  1. tistylee

    love, love, LOVE the tribute collection. but i wouldn’t mind a piece from the fanciful collection either! what cool stuff! hope i win!

    thanks!

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  2. Marlies

    How amazing – to channel your grief into amazing artwork! We also lost a child, stillbirth as well. The tribute collection would naturally be my choice.

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  3. Kellynn

    Love the Fanciful Collection….and would especially love to win something with my new initial after I get married this winter!

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  4. Kylie M-W

    I love the trees set in the Fanciful Collection- but all of the collections are really pretty!

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  5. Stephanie

    I love love love the Petite Blue Bird in the Petite Ensemble. What a talented lady!

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  6. Jessica

    I love love love the fanciful collection, something like that would be awesome for my new bedroom, our my daughters new bedroom! (We just bought a new house!) She does amazing work!

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  7. Lindsi Dreisbach

    Not sure I could pick a favorite… I love them all!! But if I had to, probably the tribute collection.

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  8. Jaime H

    I would definitely get my daughter’s name on something from the fanciful collection with my credit. They are gorgeous and what skill!

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  9. Michelle

    Love her petite collection! I think the Christmas-y “ho-ho-ho” is my favorite, although a little handpainted “Z” for my son’s room would also be adorable. So cute! Her stuff is beautiful, thank you for sharing

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  10. Bethany

    I LOVE the one with multiple canvas that make a tree branch. So creative and beautiful!

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  11. Sara

    I love the petite ensemble collection. My brother and sister-in-law have been trying to have a baby for years, they are pregnant now. I would love to have a couple of the small pieces made for them for the nursery. What beautiful work! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  12. Sarah

    I love the Tribute collection but all of them are beautiful. I am forwarding this site to my friend whose sister in law lost two of her three triplets. Steph has an amazing heart and talent.

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  13. Cheryl

    I love the tribute and the fanciful collection – Really they are all great!

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  14. Honey B.

    I love the celebration collection! I’m in midwifery school and hope to start my own clinic, would love to have beautiful depictions of birth in my office!

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  15. Megan Reyes

    I like the Fanciful Collection! My hubby and I just had our first baby–a little boy! There are some empty walls in his nursey, and I’d love to fill it with one of her beautiful pieces.

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