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Prints for the Gulf & A Giveaway

New in my etsy shop, Prints for the Gulf!
Four lucky commenters will receive a free download in the color of their choice!





Downloadable 8.5 x 11 file that features two 5 x 7 prints that read "Until the Coast is Clear" and "One Love One Ocean". You will be sent the PDF file to download and cut on your own to frame as you choose.

For each downloadable file sold, two dollars will go to benefit the Alabama Coastal Foundation.
 
Please indicate which color you would like when placing order.
Turquoise
Orange
Green
Pink

Comments

  1. Yes Please! I love the blue print Until the Coast is Clear!
    Thank you for using your talent to help support our coast!

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  2. Super Cool! Although I would normally be drawn to the green, I think the turquoise would be most appropriate!

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  3. ps. my email is somelikeitsouthern@gmail.com

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  4. I think the orange would be perfect right over my computer.....but I love them all!

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  5. I love ALL the colors, but I would pick orange (even though green is my favorite color). Very nice.

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  6. You are so talented! The blue print would look amazing in my new bathroom. (Crossing my fingers that I'll win.) Thanks for your blog - I read it often and enjoy it always!
    Love,
    Mrs. Jansson

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  7. TURQUOISE OR ORANGE!!!!
    I would plan on hanging it at our beach house!!! how suitable!!

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  8. They're all beautiful! But green is my favorite color, so if I'm lucky enough to win I'd choose that one! :)

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