Wednesday, September 3, 2008

a custom order give- away!


Today marks the beginning of the most time I've had for myself in ten years of parenting. My son is off to school and my daughter will be following with a couple of days at nursery school. This feels monumental. We homeschooled for several years, so each September when the yellow bus pulls up, I feel a bittersweet pang of letting go. This year, I'm quite content knowing that both of my children are thriving with the choices we struggle to make for their happiness and growth.

This ease is freeing me up to set some goals for myself. I am opening up a shop...soon. I have an empty Etsy shop just waiting for the shelves to be filled and the grand opening announced. This is where you come in, because I'd really love your input. I have a nice list of future stock items, but believe it or not, no stenciling was included. So I thought... if you let me know what your favorites are, I might have a direction to work in. I excited to make the end result be a custom give-away for all of your support and efforts.

Here's how the give-away works:
1. Please leave a comment on this post between now and Friday, September 12th.
2. In your comment let me know which stencil style and item you'd want for your own. Check out the above mosaic to refresh your memory of recent projects. Please be specific:
-colors (your favorites, not necessarily what I've used previously)
-style: t-shirt (any size from newborn to adult) , reusable grocery bag, framed embroidery hoop, etc. You can even make up your own...like "I'd love that toadstool pincushion in a pillow" or "how about an animal alphabet letter in a hoop...I'd like L for llama".
-I'm open to whatever input you'd like to give...so fire away!
3. Each comment will be given a number. I'll randomly choose one and announce the winner plus what they will be receiving (their custom order) on the following Monday, September 15th. I'll ship far and wide, so don't hesitate if you're writing from a distant land!

Thank you so much for keeping me motivated and taking the time to enter the second maya*made give-away! Pin It

102 comments:

  1. I would LOVE to have a pillow made with a cute stencil of a little birdie. The colors would be any combination of lavendar, pinks, greens & black. Loving your blog from Osan AB, Korea!

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  2. Oooh, so hard to choose! But I know my little girl would love an owl t-shirt (size 4). She has a real thing for owls (most birds in fact). I made her an owl birthday cake in February. Unoriginally, her favourite colour is pink.

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  3. I really like all your things, so I think you could stock all of them in your shop. If I was lucky enough to win, I'd love a pillow with an owl or a Russian doll in brown, red or green. I hope all your feedback gives you a good idea of the the direction you should go in! Cheers and thanks for the comment on my blog too!

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  4. I love the green tree print, just as it is, on a canvas bag :)

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  5. I think stencilled pillows would be lovely, but I also like the embroidery hoop as frame. My kids are older, so maybe something like the floral print on linen (bottom center, I think) in the hoop.

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  6. Oh I am pretty new to your blog and have so enjoyed browsing older posts and feasting on all the crafty goodness! I really love the matryoshka doll prints... but that little owl t-shirt always catches my eye as I have a one year old that rarely sleeps! I think he'd look great in green as well as in that lush brown too.
    www.picklebums.com

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  7. I would love the tree on an adult xxl shirt. I love the colors you used already!

    This is such a cool giveaway!

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  8. I would love the tree on a cloth grocery or book bag. I would also love anything forest themed like ferns ( obvously) , wildflowers. pinecones or mushrooms. Of course any of these would look great in warm, natural tones of greens, browns or golden yellows. I really enjoyed your last post with all the little tips and small hurdles you overcame along the crafting way. WIshing you and your children well on their first week of school adventure.

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  9. I love the hip grocery bags. The tree would be perfect and sums it up perfectly. I like the green but the red would be stunning as well. Can't wait to see the shop.
    http://www.organizingconnection.com/Blog.aspx

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  10. Hello! I'm a guilty lurker who happened on your blog a week or two ago. Nothing like a giveaway to break the ice! I'm a linen and red girl myself and I'm particularly fond of white flower on the skirt. Perhaps on a tote or tea towel? Good luck with the etsy shop and enjoy the time you have to yourself!

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    body-pillow-(or-maybe-just-a-case)-in
    that-linen-w/flower-stencil-on-it(#8.)
    That-would-be-just-lovely!

    Of-course,-I-love-all-your-stuff(the-
    owls-are-too-cute!)

    Happy-September!

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  12. Oh, Maya! I don't know where to starte¿. But the first place is... what a great decision to send your children to school! I know you will be fine. I didn't even know that you were homeschooling. Or at least I didn't know it for sure, though I suspected it. I've been dreaming with that for Zoe in my mind, but it's not possible for me. That system is not legal here. And also, I am not certain that I would have the patience and strength of character it takes to put it mostly all aside for so many years. So, she is starting the kindergarden next march.
    Now... the items. SO MANY LOVELY THINGS! But I should say I'd go with those flowers (the ones on the linen skirt) on a reusable grocery bag. I would love that!
    Thanks for sharing this, and good luck!

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  13. I think Julie has the idea with the flowers on the bag. but If i get picked, i'd think that the flowers on a cork board would be right up my alley (actually it would be right above my desk..). Pink i think. or green.
    I wish i had the space to do stuff like this.

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  14. I think I'd like the "O" with the little owl idea, but in the form of a canvas tote. And the little owl could be an attachment for your keys :)

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  15. I love the toadstool. Normally I would suggest something for my kids - but they have plenty! I think three or five varying sizes of the toadstools at the bottom of a tote bag would be adorable. Maybe even a tiny owl up above in the upper right corner sitting on a branch. Love your work!

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  16. I love your designs! I think the dolls on a pillowcase would be adorable. Especially the one with the half moon! I can't wait for the grand opening of your shop, I will be there!

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  17. I just dropped off my little boy at preschool and I am wondering, when does it get easier??

    I think that a t-shirt for my boy would be fun. He LOVES his stuffed animal, a dalmation puppy named doe-doe, trains, and trucks. If I am the lucky winner a t-shirt for him (size 5) with a mystery picture on it would be so nice!

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  18. I love the owl--maybe on a fitted women's size shirt that's blue? (I'm like a 3 year old, I can't wear white!)

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  19. Hello! I have been reading your blog (and all the wonderful barn backposts) for about a week. Found you via the Crafty Crow and have been checking in daily ever since. I'm happy to hear that you and your children are in such a good place right now. And it's exciting that you will soon open your own etsy shop. Kudos to you.

    All your designs are so pretty. Any of them on a canvas bag would be great. But, were I to win the drawing, my pick would be a size 4T "O" t-shirt with owl pocket companion. My 2-and-a-half year old loves letters and will talk endlessly about what each letter says and what they stand for ("O for Owl," etc.). So that shirt would be a hit in our household. Your brown on white color combination is handsome. Any other combination on pale greens or blues (shirts or bags) would be nice, too. Maybe you could do a whole series of letter shirts for little ones? "D" for duck or dog and "T" for train or truck or tree would be quite popular with my son. I also liked an earlier poster's idea about doing the letter-plus-tiny animal on a tote bag. I do wonder how well the little pocket animal will wash. (Does it perhaps detach with a snap feature?)

    Thank you for offering this giveaway. Best of luck with your new business!

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  20. I really love the owl shirt... size adult small. I'd love to see a white stencil on a brown women's styled t-shirt (like fitted one) or a women's racerback tank or something. It's way cute!
    Congrats on all the new time. I'm a weensy bit jealous... :)

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  21. Hello! I'm relatively new to your blog, but I knew I'd love it after seeing your newspaper banner tutorial! And of course your prints are adorable. I'm partial to the owls, (my little girl is named Pueo which is Hawaiian for owl), but the little toadstool is fabulous too. What if you made a little stuffed forest with the owl, toadstool, some trees, maybe some deer, etc. It could come as a gift set....

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  22. I like the tree design, but my favorites are the nesting dolls. I am in the process of collecting canvas bags large enough to tote groceries in. It would be so special to have a canvas grocery bag tote with nesting dolls scattered around or one on each side. And I really like the red color. You are so fun to have give-aways on your blog.

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  23. Hi Maya!
    I would love to see the tree and owl stencils on a lap quilt. (browns and greens!)
    I love your blog!

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  24. owl t-shirt, for sure. the brown is cute, but olive green would be cute, too. [also, little owl pillows would be a sure sell].

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  25. Maya, this is so sweet. Good luck with your shop. I really enjoy the barn restoration project that you are collaborating with your mom. It is such a lovely place. I admire your creativity and enthusiasm. With that project, your blog and now you are opening your own store on etsy! I really love the flower/plant print that you printed on the skirt. Would love that on the embroidery hoop to display as wall art. I like the beige color you use on the skirt. Thank you again and nice meeting you.

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  26. You are so talented and it's wonderful to hear you'll be opening a shop soon!
    I am in love with the toadstool pincushion, it is adorable! I'm a big fan of natural colors.. greens, browns, creams... but the red is absolutely perfect for this!
    Much luck to you in your new endeavor!

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  27. i love the russian doll. i'd love an adult tee with this stencil in black. it's adorable! your shop is going to be great!

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  28. Maya*Maya*Maya....you are to kind. I love all your creations, you have been blessed with many talents. If I were to choose one thing...it would definitely be your wonderful skirt idea. I love that skirt, Your blog is very contagious...I can't wait to see what you have on it every morning. Thank you very much for sharing and all your hard work.

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  29. YAY! ok that is a hard choice and YAY and etsy shop, it will ROCK! so ok my choice, if i were to be so lucky to win it would be a toddler tee. i just adore kids in white tees, LOVE it. so the owl tee please!

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  30. Well, I see that there are a few that beat me to the punch on my idea! But as this is to hlep you decide on things that would sell well I'll put in my vote for the mushrooms on tote bags. Green would be my choice for the mushrooms, or possibly a little forest of them in more then one color. I can just see my going to the grocery store with an army full of your little mushroom house bags!

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  31. I agree...I love the green tree on the tote...keeping my fingers crossed, crossed, crossed!

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  32. me choose? youre the creative one! UM... colors. brown and pink-id pick this for ME! and stencil...??? um. i think a bull's head, for taurus. not a horoscope sign necessarily, just a big ol bulls head. :)

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  33. Oh my I would love love love to give my nephew one of those lovely t-shirts with the O pocket and removable owl. Coolest thing ever! He's about to turn one - so maybe a size one or two!

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  34. i would love to see a set of hoops with an owl, mushroom, and tree... a great representation of the woods. the colors of my life are currently yellow, grey, black and white. thanks for the inspiration!

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  35. I would love to see those flowers on a tote bag.

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  36. Very happy to have found you. You've enspired me to try and play around with some fabric paints myself!
    Hooray for your future etsy shop!'
    I Ooooh and Aaaaah over your matreshkas:)
    Lovely.

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  37. I would love to see that same color of green tree stencil on a pillow cut to shape and backed with a multi-tree print, so when I am blue I can really be a tree-hugger and lounge around hugging my tree pillow.

    Love the blog, I know your store will be a success! P.S. your great newpaper banner idea transfers well to brown paper bags as well! (esp the kind at the local as they come with lines of print on them)

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  38. I LOVE all your stencils - the OWL being my favourite! My favourite colours are green and pink =) And a tote bag would be wonderful - one which I can stuff all my university books into, including the occasional scarf and girly girl stuff. Hehe.
    Thanks Maya, for having such a wonderful giveaway! I'm sure your shop will be a wonderful success!

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  39. hi Maya I have popped over from Kirsty's blog Kootoyoo! What a lovely blog you have and a very special giveaway. It is incredibly hard to chose just ONE favourite thing for the shop, I would have to say an owl on a shopping bag - any colour I think maybe pinks or browns, and/or a great item I am sure would be very popular would be the red toadstool pin cushion just as it is!! :)

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  40. all your designs are gorgeous, i'd love a pillow with a black or pink russian doll. lots of luck with your shop, i'm sure it'll be lovely.

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  41. You are so creative, and so very generous! I guess I always assumed you HAD a shop somewhere, given all your talent and fabulous creations. I think that floral stencil would look fabulous on a fitted t-shirt, perhaps just above the hem and offset just as you've done with the skirt. As for colors, well, that's hard! Maybe a green-yellow on a brown tee? Brown on turquoise? Turquoise on pale pink? I think I'd have to let you decide!

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  42. I think the green tree or owl would be great on one of your nature walk bags! I could see them as a great gift for a 4 - 6 year old, with a magnifying glass inside and a little stuffed owl or a painted rock.
    -maiz

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  43. I found you through Crafty Crow a few weeks ago and have been visiting (quietly) ever since. I love all of your designs but I think my favorite would be the red nesting doll in the hoop frame.

    Thank you for the daily doses of inspiration!

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  44. I feel your pangs too! I homeschooled for 5 years and this was my first year sending all 3 kids to school. It's weird having the house so quiet, that now I am struggling to find myself again!

    I love all your prints, but I especially love the matryoshka doll. A little red one on the pocket of an apron would be fabulous!!

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  45. My birthday is on the 12th of Sept. I would love to get a T-shirt (size 4-6) with that owl. Maybe a blue color? Thanks.

    Good luck with all ur work!

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  46. I like them all, but what about a tote bag with a line of little red mushrooms along the bottom. Like a mushroom village. That would be adorable.

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  47. Oh how I love giveaways :) Your work is just gorgeous.. it's almost too hard to choose.

    I think I would like a tote bag with an owl on it. I love the white on natural linen.

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  48. I love your designs. So sweet and lush. I love trees. I would love to have a tree pillow in soft greens or dark browns. Very kind of you to do this! Hope you are inspired by it all.

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  49. I would love the owl in white on brown organic cotton adult women's XL long sleeve tee.

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  50. Ok I hope I can convey this well enough...I really love everything that you do, and I totally want to win...so read this and be impressed...ok?

    I love the tree, and I'd like to have it on a canvas shopping bag. I'm all for shoping with reusable bags, man. Ok, but AROUND the tree, I'd love to have a recycle symbol. You know, those three wonky arrows. But, I'd love to see them textured, like with the circles inside your beautiful M-doll's belly that have the little olive cut outs in them.
    Ok, so a nice brown tree with a deep green set of wonky textured arrows, or all green or all brown or something like that. Waitress says: "Order in...ding ding!"

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  51. Your full of great projects. I would love flower stencils on a pillow in color tone of aqua, green and mauve or violet. I'm having a tea wallet giveaway so why don't you come by.

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  52. All of your stencil items are lovely! My favorite is certainly the linen skirt! I would personally choose a sable or chocolate linen skirt and have the stencil be cream colored! Another idea (for me personally) would be a lilac linen (ruffled or scalloped fringe) pillow with the same cream colored stencil--to complete the collection of pillows on my bed--perfect!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  53. I love the flowers on a grocery bag, or a tee shirt, or can you make a sparrow stencil??? That is my latest obsession. p.s. I'm a lurker. :)

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  54. Hi Maya,

    I have had you on my google reader for a while, a feast for the eyes. I laughed out loud because I too have an empty Etsy store waiting for anytime after today...the 1st day of kindergarten.

    Please feel free to check out a mixed media mania I am giving away on Sept 7th!

    My business that fuels my soul is named "Blue Bee Designs" so a simple blue bee tote bag is all I would desire. Something for the mom for a change!

    ps. just weeded out cute old knits and am going to give your head bands a try!

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  55. You have the sweetest and most beautiful blog. I love reading it! It I were so lucky as to win this, I'd love something for my 1 year old little girl--t shirt with matryoshka maybe? Everything is beautiful though.

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  56. This is so tough! Hmmm, I'd love to have a little ladybug shirt for my Adelaidy-bug baby (18-24 m), but the idea of a pillow is hard to pass up (harder to outgrow!). I think I would choose a pillow with a something modern stenciled on it. Maybe an owl? A squirrel? A russian doll? In brown, moss green, ocean blue, persimmon...it would earn a place of honor on our modern sofa :)

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  57. Look all all the comments so far! :) I would love to have a reusable tote with a brown or orange owl on it. That would be so cute :) Thanks for being so sweet and doing a giveaway!

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  58. wow....my first give-away....will i be so lucky?
    i'd really like the t-shirt with the owl in the pocket (maybe with "Ale" written on the pocket)
    it would be for my son Alessandro!!!
    the size? 1 year old size will be fine, so that it'll last for a long time
    color....yellow-orange...
    tnx, francesca

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  59. I would love a reusable tote in maybe a khaki color with some sort of flower stenciled on!

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  60. I would love a tote with red flowers! I love your blog. My daughter has crazy curly hair and when she was little I used to make scrunchies to match the clothes I made her. The headband idea is lovely.

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  61. You have such an abundance of talent - I love all your ideas! I particularly LOVE your owl. Very very adorable - hard not to fall in love with it! I think it would look extra cute on a t-shirt for my baby girl (likely in the 12-18 size) with brown/pink or brown/white combo (white owl on brown shirt, or pink shirt, brown owl). Just love it. Looking forward to your shop!

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  62. Congratulations on starting up your etsy shop (again, if I'm reading right). You make fabulous creations so I'm sure they'll fly off the shelves like hotcakes.

    I'm pretty fond of reusable cloth/canvas bags. My husband says we have a house of 100 bags. I think he's complaining but I don't see how!

    As for stencil style, gosh, that's a hard one.... My top three would be the teeny tiny owl, the toadstool house and your nesting dolls. But the white flower skirt was gorgeous too. And that tree is nifty... told you it was a hard choice!

    Colors: red, aqua, brown

    If you're looking for inspiration for a new theme, I'm fond of stars and swirls ;)

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  63. i have been lurking around here few weeks. reading old posts and i am totally amazed. that barn renovating is such a great project and the result is so beautiful and romantic. and your crafts is so elegant and stylish.

    your work is so great that it is hard for me to think something else. i love that skirt with white flowers. but maybe a little shorter. or bookbag the same way and colour. this givaway is so great.

    hello from Estonia, EU.

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  64. Maya how generous and exciting. Iv'e loved your Russian dolls from afar. I hope you will include some Stone Dolls on etsy ( although they may be heavier to post than fabric. If I'm Lucky I would like a Russian doll on a stone or tea towel.That way I could see it when I'm in my 2 favourite places my sewing table or my kitchen.

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  65. your work is so beautiful! I think I would like... a dinosaur tote bag. A dinosaur, or a goldfish. I'll let you decide.

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  66. hi maya,

    thanks so much for offering this give-away. i love your site, and am ofen inspired by all of your crafty endeavors. i found maya*made when i saw your sweet little russian doll painted on a rock idea on craftycrow. if i were to choose, i would love a red russian doll on a square pillow. it would look very sweet in my baby hazel's bedroom. thanks for the give-away, and for all of your beautiful posts!
    -emily

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  68. I enjoy your blog so very much! Great giveaway! If I were to be so lucky to be chosen, I'd love a reusable grocery bag with the little nesting doll, any color would do!
    Thanks, JoAnn

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  69. Were the ENORMOUSLY fortunate winner to be me, I would choose a linen tote - just the right size to carry a magazine or a couple of books- with a splash of red and white gingham around the top, and a white stencil of a happy birdie on a branch. Singing, of course! Complete with musical notes. (Because it'd be so delightful to win I'd have to sing a cheerful melody.) :)
    Can't wait to see all your shop creations. I'm a fan of them all!
    And what a great way to pull another lurker out of the woods. :)
    Cara

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  70. Oh, it is so hard to decide! I really, really love the tree and the flowers though. Maybe on a pillow or a t-shirt? Everything you create is so lovely...and I love your blog!

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  71. Getting in late, but thinking if I've got even a chance I would be thrilled to recieve something you've made. I'm thinking the russian doll(s) on a woman's t-shirt fitted size medium. Dark colored with light colored stencil.
    I always feel that pang in September too and get incredibly sentimental this time of year.

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  72. Your blog is so inspiring! I love your ideas, your craftiness and the ways you find to make something new out of something old.
    If I were to win I would love the tote bag with the lovely stenciled flowers in ant combination of pink and white or ivory or tan.
    I'll be back! :-)
    Warmly,
    Chy

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  73. Oh Maya! I am new to your blog too, but have really enjoyed reading back through your archives. I have a different idea- what if you sold your freezer paper stencils on pieces of linen (unfinished) so that others could turn them into whatever they wanted? Like book covers, parts of patchwork bags, to use as applique on a bag or blanket...you get the idea? I thought of this because I am NOT good at drawing and freezer paper stencils, and this would be a way for me to buy a beautiful piece of art Maya*Made :) and use it in something I can create with sewing...

    As for favorite colors I just love all shades of green! And your matryoshkas are just beautiful!

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  74. I love the idea of totes..seems easy and gifty....Love the flowers. brown background with white is hot right now. I love black and white always.
    Blessings,
    Terisa

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  75. I just found your blog through meggiecat. I will have to come back and explore some more.

    I love your stencil on the "old chair made new." Maybe on a off-white pillow with a black stencil.

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  76. Oh Maya, this's my first time here!! What a lovely blog!!! I really love your creativity and generosity. Sure I'll visit you more often.
    Great idea this give-away!! I really like some flowers and birds on a reusable grocery bag!!!
    Thank you!!
    (^v^)

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  77. ooh a shop how exciting! Well I know what I would like. You know I love the flower pattern on that linen skirt, and I think it would be great on a reusable grocery bag. But as for ideas for the shop, I always love seeing handmade pillows.

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  79. i love those mushrooms! and that lovely owl! who doesn't love a good mushroom and owl visual jumble? maybe blue mushrooms and brown owls on a bag?

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  80. Your beautiful photographs are so inspiring! I would love the matryoshka doll prints on a pillow. French blue or red looks so nice with the linen. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  81. The floral pattern on a pillow in tans and reds would be so gorgeous. Your work is stunning, by the way!

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  82. The Russian doll is the cutest ever!!! Its perfect as it is on a canvas bag.

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  83. Oh I would love to have your Russian dolls(in Red) on a pillow.

    Thanks and good luck with you shop

    Janie

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  84. It is so hard to pick out favs as all your designs are fab. I think that my absolute fav is the red matryoska doll. I think as a pillow would be great or just as wall hangings. I am also very fond of the little toadstool.....red red red!!Keep up the fab work! so very inspiring

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  85. I really like the green tree stencil on the white tee-shirt...Large if I win!

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  86. I would love a pillow with the Mushroom and if possible the text "Maya" on it.

    My first niece Maya was born this morning and I would love to give it to her!!!!

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  87. WOW! Your stuff is amazing! I would love a long sleeved adult small (or medium if they tend to be snug! LOL!) tee (if you do long sleeved) with the bird stencil in black. It would be great if you have a natural color tee, but I like the white, too! Beautiful work!!!

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  88. Thank you so much for the chance to win your adorable work! I would love the owl stencil in pink on a reusable grocery bag...too cute!

    vanessamcoppola at gmail dot com

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  89. I would LOVE some of those really cool rocks you have painted but i understand those would be hard to ship...so I'll ask for a t-shirt with an owl for my munchkin...24months. Thank you so much for your giveaway!!

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  90. I love the reusable shopping bag! I also like little people shirts (size 3T-6 regular). Love your flowers in the collage. I would stick with the natural colors with that. I also like the green tree print. Very cute!

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  91. I love owls! So I would want the owl stensil in either brown or orange on a onesie or a bag. I love yellow with orange and brown so any color combination involving these colors and the owl would be amazing!

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  92. You are an inspiration to us all. The green tree print is wonderful! And the shopping bags so cool.

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  93. I have been lurking and loved what you did with your husband's t-shirt. I also love the Marshutka dolls and think they would look great on a tote in the wonderful red color. We adopted two sisters from Odessa, Ukraine last year and brought some nesting dolls back. The tote would be a great reminder of my girls heritage. Thanks for a great blog with so many wonderful ideas!!

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  94. I love the floral stencil in the bottom center photo - I'd love that on an adult medium t-shirt with the stencil in an aqua color . . .

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  95. Love the owl and tree designs, although I'm also a big fan of birds :)

    I have twin boys, so a onesie would be fun, or an owl pillow for their nursery in green and/or brown.

    Good luck with your shop!

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  96. I like the owl t shirt, but not just in brown. How about a rainbow of different colors to choose from!

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  97. Cute stuff...how about the flower print in a slate blue color on a tote bag.

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  98. Holy Moses!!!!!!! Look at all those comments!!!!!!!!! Cool!

    I'm not good at choosing among things that all are gorgeous. I do like that brown owl, but I love those babushkas on everything you do with them.

    Good luck on the Etsy shop. I was gearing up to open one this summer, then school started again. sigh.

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  99. Everything is so stunning!! I'd love to have a bag with that flower print. I love simple, calssy things and that floral is perfect!

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  100. I've visited your blog a few times since finding you on Tip Junkie (sorry to lurk).
    I love the chair you just reupholstered and the happy birthday banner/bunting. I think I'd combine the two: have a banner of fabric with the stenciled on flowers (in assorted colors). I think it would be a good multi-purpose celebratory decoration (birthdays, and other parties). I love it.
    spondah[at]aol[dot]com

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  101. Soo cute. I love the flowers on the edge of a t-shirt. In a lite creamy pink. You have such unique stencils. Also love the basic tree prints.

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  102. Id LOVE a Matryoshka cloth bag (green since you asked). Someone mentioned that my DDs and I look like a set of those dolls. heehee.

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