Thursday, August 11, 2011

An interview and Giveway!

http://retrorevivalbiz.blogspot.com/2011/08/retro-rita-interview-handmade-success.html
I have been Interviewed by a sweet Lady I met at an art show and she has honored me by posting about me on her Blog... hop on over to see the interview and her beautiful Retro Blog! Also I have decided to discontinue my Regular facebook page and continue posting on my facebook fan page so click on my facebook fan box to follow my updates... I am going to have a great giveaway at the end of the month for anybody who follows me on my new facebook... An Original... so come over!

Leave Cindy a comment on her blog , or any of her August blog posts and you'll be entered to win a gift certificate to shop for my art ! The winner will be drawn randomly on August 31st. Good luck!

7 comments:

retrorevival.biz said...

Patti ~ such a pleasure to interview you. You're an amazing artist and I wish you nothing but wild success!

~Cindy

Tammy said...

Hi sweet lady! I enjoyed the interview. I posted about your giveaway here:
http://tammysprinkle.blogspot.com/2011/08/some-giveaways-around-blog-land.html

Stephanie Gentry said...

Glorious day!
I love discovering new-to-me-artists-like-you. Found you on Facebook today and found my way here.
Enjoyed the interview and the art!
Especially love, love, love your mermaids - you know, I fancy myself one - mermaid that is ;D

NatashaMay said...

Loved the interview. :)

Paula Parrish said...

Hello Patti,
I am your newest follower on your blog. I am met you at the Pie Fest in Orlando; you may remember me as the soap lady. I linked over here from Cindy’s blog; where I entered your giveaway. I hope that I Win! I love your work!
Smiles, Paula

PBsArtStudio said...

Of course I remember you! Thanks for stopping by! ?Good luck on Cindy's giveaway! :) Natasha, thanks for the visit...:+D

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