So, my friend Emily Dumas runs the super-fabulous design firm Flowers in May.
She makes some of the prettiest stationery and invitations I’ve seen in a long time. She also makes coasters and magnets. (We’re trying to talk her into doing a Hungry Mouse apron. More on that soon.)
She was also kind enough to donate one of her prints, Today I Feel Like Baking, to us to give away to one lucky reader. (Thanks, Emily!)
(That’s Emily. We love her for many reasons, not the least of which being that she wears polka dots and cowboy boots and likes to cut up paper with reckless abandon.)
The winner will receive an 11 x 13 print of her Today I Feel Like Baking design, which is printed on archival-quality paper and signed by the artist. Here’s the full print:
And because she’s oh-so-very nice, Emily also offered to throw in a top-secret sample of her newest product (hint: they’re hands-on and also kitchen related.)
About Flowers in May
Emily started Flowers in May in 2007, to provide her friends and family with handmade stationery that’s whimsical and funky.
When she’s not playing with paper, Emily works as a graphic designer. She’s our kind of sensible gal, and balances stuff like yoga with cupcake baking.
How to Enter
To enter, leave a comment on this post answering the following question:
What’s your favorite thing about your kitchen?
That’s it. (No really, that’s it.)
- You must enter a valid e-mail address on the comment form. (That’s how we’ll contact you if you win.)
- Only one entry per person.
- This contest is open to U.S. residents only.
- Deadline for entries is Midnight (EST) on Friday, July 2, 2010.
One winner will be chosen on Saturday, July 3 by random number generator and notified by e-mail. The winner will receive one 11×13 print of Today I Feel Like Baking by Emily at Flowers in May, valued at approximately $25. The print is not framed, and ships flat. The winner will also receive one bonus, top-secret mystery prize.
Can’t Wait to See if You Won?
Emily has prints for sale over at Flowers in May. Be sure to poke around. She has a lot of cool stuff available. Your kitchen walls will thank you.
Where did you get those fabulous photos?
The photos in this article were taken by the talented Henry Hung, and are used by permission. Like his style? You can hire him, too:
Thanks and good luck!
Thanks so much! Please enter and help us spread the word. We can’t wait to hear what you love about your kitchens!
+Jessie & The Angry Chef