My daughter and I were going to write a book together, she being the storyteller and me being the illustrator. Well, as things turned out I illustrated, and she was not happy with her story, so I made an attempt to write a children’s book to be enjoyed by the very young….
My little grand-daughter LOVES this book and I bought her a little stuffed animal puppy to match…
I thought lots of little children would enjoy this book, so I’m going to GIVEAWAY a very limited addition copy of this book for my fourth giveaway in November. If you have a toddler, or grandchild, or niece or nephew, or a little friend who would enjoy a cute little book about a cute little puppy just leave a comment to win this sweet book.
Also, I’m giving a 20% discount in my Etsy Shop until December 1st. This includes my 2017 calendar, my note cards and original paintings. Just use the coupon code BEGIVING20 at checkout.
Thank you all so very much for all your encouragement this year. 🙂
Zoe on Instagram was the winner of the Sunflower Postcard Giveaway. Congratulations, Zoe. 🙂
This third giveaway for the month of November is going to be a little different because the winner gets to choose three note cards from my Shop…
So to enter this one just comment below. The drawing will be next week on Sunday the 20th. 🙂
See all my note cards … My Shop and/or My Etsy Shop
In my opinion Hoboken Coffee Roasters is the best thing that ever happened to our little town of Guthrie, Oklahoma. You can read all about the beginnings of this unique coffee shop on their website… Hoboken Coffee Roasters.
Here is my rendition…
16″ x 20″ oil on canvas
I took some artistic license here, moving some of the shelving on the left side over, as I wanted to include the flower arrangement in the painting. This painting is the second in my restaurant series, the first being Kitchen No. 324. In each painting I am wanting to include certain elements… a flower arrangement, something under a table and a reflection. This painting has reflections in the beautiful Diedrich coffee roasting machine, which by the way I got totally carried away painting the details… so fun!!! 🙂