October 25, 2012

wall panel: giveaway

That's right, I said GIVEAWAY!








































































It's almost that time of year when you start thinking about the impossibility of getting gifts for the people you love. Gifts! Ack. They freak me out. In fact, my end of the family have pretty much called a truce when it comes to purchasing or wrapping. We will have non of it. We had one crazy Christmas where we went all out and everybody cried and that was that. No more. But if I'm going to be on the receiving end of something, I'd prefer it to be pie or Lucky Charms. And if I'm going to give something, well, it better be handmade and it better be wood.

So here you have it! I've been getting so many requests for my cheeseboards recently that it's been driving me nutz with a Z. Not because tons of emails are annoying when they all ask the same question, but because answering a ton of emails with the same answer totally sucks -- when the answer is No. But I get it, we need something small. We can't all buy everybody we know a dining room table for christmas. I hear you!


Facts:
       A limited amount of small patterned wall panels will be available for the holidays. Soon.
       They will be about 14"x14" and will be for sale in the SHOP section of the blog, TBA!
       All different patterns.
       Signed!
       Shipping included anywhere in the U.S. On me!

HOW TO WIN THIS ONE! 
Leave a comment here to enter {not anonymously of course!}
ENTRY IS NOW CLOSED! I will announce the winner Monday morning, thank you all!!

       Entry will be open for one week, until Friday, November 2nd. I will pick a winner at random!
       And will announce the winner early the following week.

       {shipping anywhere to the U.S. is on me! International winner will pay shipping}.

       Easy as pie. Or as Lucky Charms.

       Good luck lovelies! 


311 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love that your designs look like landscapes.

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  2. Oh wonderful! Fingers crossed!

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  3. I have a serious crush on every piece you show here. This would be WAY better than pie. Or lucky charms

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  4. YAY! Perfect timing for this....I've been pining ( ;) ) over your pieces since I happened across your work recently. ...especially since you're right in Brooklyn. Plus, I have a spot on our wall (somewhat recent move into a new apt in the city) which is in dire need of something amazing. ... do you have an open studio where curious people can come check out your work?

    Anyway - love what you do. It's pretty incredible!

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  5. Would be honored to receive on of your pieces.

    Happened upon your blog a little less than a year ago and really enjoyed your work. So much so that when my wife and I recently gutted and rebuilt our master bedroom in a 100yr old house I couldn't just trash the lathe. If you are ever passing through Iowa in need of some supplies they are all yours.

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  6. HOORAY! If I won, I think I'd just spend all day gazing at it lovingly. Thank you so much for doing this!

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  7. Yes please forever and ever!

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  8. wheeee!!! very generous of you, ariele!

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  9. oh my goodness! i'd LOVE this little gem for my wall!! le sigh.

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  10. love all of your work!

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  11. These are gorgeous. I'm dreaming of a larger apartment just so I can get one of your dining room tables, but while I'm still in my tiny one, a wall panel would be a great stand-in!

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  12. Love love love! and despite being one of the lucky ones who got a super awesome cheese board from you, I still wish I had bought a couple more. Oh well, live and learn.

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  13. Yay! I've said it before but...Someday I'm commissioning you to make us a kitchen table :)

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  14. Oooh what a fantastic giveaway! I'm sad there are no more cheeseboards, but these beautiful panels are a fair trade, I suppose. Loving your work, as always. You are an inspiration!

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  15. Oh heck yes!! I have lusted after your work forever and would be ridiculously pumped to have a piece! (I know I should probably gift it for Christmas, but I just might have to gift it to myself! Ha ha!)

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  16. Yaaaaaah I would hang that up so hard.

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  17. I adore it! I've been salivating over your headboards and tabletops for some time, and have really enjoyed seeing some of your wonderful inspiring process on instagram. If you ever come to Chicago, my neighborhood dumpsters and train tracks are lousy with lovely salvageable wood! Plus, us Ariels and Arieles need to stick together. I will for sure be stalking your blog so I can buy one of these beauties.

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  18. Hooray! I'm such a huge fan of your work, you're amazingly talented and would so love to own a piece of yours!!

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  19. Quite a generous giveaway, and yes, easy as pie! Thank you!

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  20. YAY! I was lucky enough to get a cheeseboard last year, this would be awesome!

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  21. yayayay this sounds so fun! :) Beautiful work as always!

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  22. oh my, this giveaway made my day! Just the thought of putting that up in my apartment...I've been collecting pieces of wood since I was a kid, only because they are just too beautiful not to keep...But this one is a real work of art!

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  23. I would love some handmade wood.

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  24. I'm a believer! :) I love your work so much. I am forever holding up my computer to show my husband something new you're made. And you seem so sweet too. Since we moved to San Francisco from the east coast I've had my eyes on il vecchio visit as well... Thanks for the giveaway, Ariele, and keep up the great work. :)

    -meganleighmayer

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  25. love your work - very beautiful!

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  26. sorry about the cheeseboard situation.
    i'd love to give this to a favorite person for christmas so fingahs crossed.

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  27. My heart is racing at the thought of winning this piece. I'm in South Africa but where there's a will there's a way!

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  28. Yes to this!! Thanks for putting such beauty into the world.

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  29. Yessss. I love it, and I'm going to keep my fingers crossed on November 2nd. :)

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  30. I agree! Handmade gifts are the way to go!

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  31. Magnificent! love love love it!

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  32. I would love to have one of these pieces hanging in my apartment! Thanks for the giveaway and your beautiful work.

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  33. your work its beautiful! I hope to own a piece (or several) one day!

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  34. This is amazing! I would love to hang it on my wall

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  35. Let a thousand panels bloom!

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  36. I have been looking for a reason to tell you what amazing work you do; this is as good a time as any. Good luck everyone!

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  37. I'd LOVE to own this little gem!

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  38. You work is beautiful! And so unique. Would love a piece of my very own.

    Keep on keeping on,
    Ashely

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  39. I confess to being a cheeseboard creeper! In addition, your square wood panels inspired my creation of a 16" x 16" square panel using red wine stained cork ends. I'd love to hang an Alasko original side-by-side with my homage piece. Keep Calm and Carry On, Lucky Charm... Yvonne Cornell YCPhoto@aol.com

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  40. My wife and I love following your projects on your blog...

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  41. Lovely! I'll keep my fingers crossed.

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  42. how lovely! your wood work is amazing!

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  43. so so lovely! my dad would love this for Christmas..I wish I could make something like it myself, but it definitely wouldn't be as pretty lol
    -tori.lubbers3@gmail.com

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  44. I'd be honored to have this in my home. What a generous offer!

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  45. Love your work! One day when a bigger apartment is involved ill be timing you up for a table, but in the interim, I lovely wall piece would be a glorious addition to our tiny spot.

    Keep up the lovely work, always excited to see your creations!

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  46. Yes pleeaassee!! One day I will own something of yours. One day.

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  47. It's so pretty, I don't know if I wanna cut cheese on it. Kinda wanna hang it on the wall. But if I must I will make it the center piece of the party. I'll through a bunch of cheese parties and cut tons of cheese on it. Change my diet and eat cheese daily. That's how pretty I think it is.

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  48. Another admirer of your work here. Loved your eucalyptus leaf art piece shown in your home tour!

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  49. Ariele, I love your work! I'm happy you'll be making more wall panels for sale; I'll be on the lookout! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  50. I love your designs, thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. Mije from MongoliaOctober 26, 2012

    your work totally inspires me! my dream is to have a ceramics and woodwork studio for me and my dad.

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  52. I am glad I didn't send an email to just add to your stress! (But they would make incredible gifts - I have a housewarming in mind!)

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  53. What a beautiful piece. I hope to get my hands on one either way :)

    EM/H

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  54. Cory Munro SheaOctober 26, 2012

    Ariele,
    Reading your blog this summer made me rethink what direction I want to take my career. I was so inspired, thank you for being so open with your creativity and from one artist to another, thank you for the inspiration, keep it coming!!

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  55. Yes! This is amazing! I love your work and a tiny wall piece seems to be just THE thing.

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  56. in love with your work!

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  57. I really admire your work and I would love to receive this beautiful giveaway! Let's hope I win *crosses fingers*

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  58. Totally awesome! I love your work and your blog!

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  59. you are the greatest! I can't believe you are giving one of these away. give it to me! even if not I will be getting one at some point. Seriously great!

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    1. Hannah! I haven't made your nifty gifty yet! Ack! I need to get on that, stat ;)

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  60. Oh hooray! Your work and blog are beautiful. Thanks for doing the great giveaway.

    stashaswitzer@gmail.com

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  61. So so so awesome. Fingers crossed! I know it's getting into a crazytown time of year too, but was walking down Greene today and thought it would be great to meet you someday soon over some coffee to say hello!

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    1. Kay! I seriously thought of you yesterday as I was walking down Greene too! We should "instagram message" each other next time we're in the area and definitely get some coffee. Choice Market? :)

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  62. "Wood"n't you like to give that to me?! :)

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  63. your impeccably designed and constructed work is such an inspiration! can't wait to own one of your pieces some day.

    p.s. i really NEVER enter contests but couldn't resist this one. no way, no how.

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  64. Ciao Ariele!
    Really must try to enter this giveaway..so beatiful!
    Your work is really inspiring!

    Wish us luck!
    Greetings from Italy
    Sara

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  65. gah! beautiful as always,
    t

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  66. love your work, a perfect combination of raw and finished along with great design

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  67. I adore your woodwork true art. I would love a piece of Brooklyn to West in the form of a wall hanging.

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  68. beautiful and simple. i know just where id hang it

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  69. Gorgeous - definitely keeping my fingers crossed for this one!

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  70. This is gorgeous! Would be so proud to hang this on my wall!

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  71. Lindsey RogersOctober 26, 2012

    I've never entered a giveaway before but I love your work so much I just had to give this one a try. And by the looks of it I'll be needing to check your shop every day to see when the other panels will be for sale! I have a feeling they'll go fast...

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  72. A giveaway! I can't typically afford your pieces, so I gotta make my entry good. Well, I'll start with this: you inspire me. I don't say that in passing either. When I was 9, 10, 11 years old, I started in woodworking. From then till about 15 I was in some form of drafting or woodshop working on things. I'm 27 now and just started back because I lost my "way," if you will. I came across your blog months ago and immediately fell in love with your work. Because of this, I decided to revisit my love of the trade and am currently enrolled in a woodworking class to further my knowledge and am working on a hope chest for my wife, a side table for my mother and a longboard. All of these are using 60-80 year old fir found in my wife's granddad's basement shop. I also plan on adding custom woodburned artwork on each project. I would love to have this wall panel to hang in my shop as a reminder to never lose my way again and never forget my passion; something my grandfather reminds me of with every thought of him. He handcarved all of his and his wife's childhood homes and she proudly displays them on a shelf above the dinner table. She lives alone and refuses to give up her stepladder as she still climbs up on the cupboard to get stuff from a higher cabinet. She's Moravian.

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  73. I would be so honored to own a piece of your work! Thanks for offering the panel!

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  74. your work is so very gorgeous. i love that it is made with wood that has been tossed, abandoned or neglected...you breathe love and life back into it.

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  75. So excited for the wall panels, love your work! Its my dream to own one of your headboards one day!

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  76. It's your favicon in physical form! Beautiful as always, Ariele.

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  77. Jessica SaniewskiOctober 26, 2012

    I love the idea of these tiny beauties! Especially what they could do in a series, oh the power of the square!

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  78. I love this!

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  79. Ohmygosh. Best giveaway in the history of giveaways. Your work is beautiful!

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  80. I wish I could commission a whole wall from you, but for now I'll cross my fingers for this giveaway!

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  81. This wall panel would look great in my bedroom :)

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  82. oolala!! love, love your work... and this offer!

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  83. You've inspired me to build furniture for my first home post-college! Can't to get into my Papa's wood shop with some reclaimed wood and see what I can do.

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  84. I wish you were giving away a table!:) but I also love wall art! I love your work. I have never seen anyone do woodwork like yours! It is beautiful!!

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  85. beautiful, i would like to win :)

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  86. Chris myrickOctober 26, 2012

    Your work is amazing!!! Keep it up
    -chris

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  87. this is gorgeous and i'm already picturing it on my wall...

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  88. love it!! Your work is so inspiring for a non-artist like me!

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  89. you inspire me to be an artist. thank you.

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  90. Hot damn!! I've been wanting to get one of your coffee tables, but I'll have to save up a bit longer! So this will fix my craving!!!

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  91. Beautiful as always...now also accessible to someone who lives more than halfway across the country. Yay!

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  92. Wow!! Pick me, pick me :)
    xx
    Georgia C

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  93. even if I don't win I'm definitely going to check back for the panels for purchase!!

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  94. That small wall panel is very cute! It's very nice of you to give this one!

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  95. Oh my. Could I get that lucky?

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  96. Aw curses! That's a long list of the most in front of mine. I would love to win this wall piece and seeing as we are approaching the season of gift giving, I promise to give this (if I win) to myself :-), I like to give myself the best presents.
    All the best!
    Simon

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  97. yes, please! pleasepleasepleasepleaseplease! no cheeseboards you see :(

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  98. How lovely! And what a great idea for something new to put in the shop!

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  99. i think i deserve this.

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  100. Yours is one of the few blogs that hold my interest, and I think it's because the way you work is so nicely described - (yes, though, your things are beautiful!) your photos, your writing, the loveliness of your pieces all remind me that the possibility of making something from nothing is available to all.
    judging by the number of times people have used variations of the word 'inspiring' in these comments, I know I'm not alone.
    Thank you for taking time to document and inspire!

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  101. Wow, all of these people to compete with. Hopefully, I'm Lucky as charms and when I come to New York next week, I will find you and buy you a slice of pie....it's that easy!!

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  102. I recently changed my major to furniture design and a few days after doing so I came across your blog and was completely amazed by your work. I'd love to one day own one of your pieces! Here's to hoping!

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  103. I would love a piece of your magical work in my home :) xxx

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  104. How magical it would be to have your artwork on my wall! Crossing my fingers and toes! Thanks

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  105. Your designs are always beautiful!

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  106. wow. this is very generous! i love your work and your overall joy!

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  107. I will pay for international shipping!! I adore all of your work and would love a headboard... but the shipping on that would be a bit much! This wall art on the other hand is perfect, something unique, beautiful and woodly that would constantly make me smile. Love your work, seriously, its amazing!

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  108. Oh. Wow. What a giveaway! You have a gem of a blog here... I adore your work!

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  109. My husband would love this to add to his eclectic art collection -a wonderful surprise for Christmas

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  110. Well...count me in cuz I'm nutz about your work!!! And such a generous give-away, I would just love it in my home!!!! Thanks for a chance to win! BTW, I also adore hand-made gifts, no matter the 'skill' level!

    Wishing you continued success! [email grdepa@yahoo.com]

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  111. I hope lucky charms are on my side this time! If it is, I would figure out some way to bake you a pie with Lucky Charms!
    I love your art!

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  112. I've pretty much called a truce on christmas gifts, as my boyfriend and I live far away from everyone else up on the top of a mountain :) However, I would LOVE to win this little guy to give to my lovely man as a housewarming gift - in a weeks' time, we are moving into our little home on wheels that we built ourselves, and this would be the perfect addition.
    Katie. X

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  113. Woot! So excited for the giveaway! Love your work lady :)

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  114. everytime i look at your blog and all the achievements that you have done, it gives me motivation and inspiration. There is such beauty in working with your hands, when hard work and sweat to produce something so beautiful and clean. One day i would like live in a new york loft and have a work space...even if only in my dreams.

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  115. It's mine!!!........please......

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  116. Ahh! Hooray! Your work is so beautiful! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  117. Seriously? Yes please!

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  118. This is so lovely! Having admired your work for a while, I would be delighted to have something you made.

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  119. What a pleasure, thanks for this giveaway!!
    I value your work too much. Don't stop building, you are an inspiration!

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  120. Id be so excited to have your work in my home!

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  121. So pretty! I would love to have one in my home!

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  122. Oh, how rad! I'm a young artist in the Midwest and I've been reading this blog since you and A's excursion out west!

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  123. This would be the perfect addition to the gallery wall in my new apartment!

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  124. ive been following your blog for months now, i'm so excited to see how much your business has grown since that one post on design*sponge! that being said, i would LOVE to have one of your pieces and since i can't afford any of them at this point in my life i would love to win it!

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  125. hello Ariele!!you can't image how thrilled i am abouta a giveaway from you!!!!!!!wooowww...I love your work, your patterns...but realy the best thing i like of your blog ( and of course of you!!) is how you share your love for what you do, how you can tansmit your feelings about the craft work you do!!!!i think that wood is one of the most vibrant matirial: you can smell it, feel it, touch it, here the sound of it while it cracks.....wood is compleet....with your work you add a forth dimension to it: you gave a mind, a hidden meaning to it....you make human and nature to combine in one object.....I'm dreaming to have one of your work here in my little appartment on the roof of Genova (Italy).....as exchange i'll be honored to have you here as my guest!!!!

    Caterina

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  126. Looking forward to seeing these in the shop!

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  127. you're one of my woodworking hero(ett)s! i'd love to win this, so i can put it in my barn (where i live) for inspiration!!! :D i'm taking my first woodworking class right now, building a bench, b/c i was finally inspired to act on this desire to woodwork by your blog. love that you're a woman making such beautiful things. either way...thank you for being you!

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  128. It would look so fantastic in my future apartment! Thanks for hosting a giveaway! :)

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  129. Reading your blog has gotten me hooked on finding old broken lamps in the hopes that I'll be able to fix them with my own skills one day. It has also reinforced my belief of taking care of the spaces you're in, whether they be rented, temporary or otherwise. Beautiful work and beautiful studio.

    Andrée

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  130. I would lovvvvve this in my life!

    Helen

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  131. for my new studio

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  132. I love love love your work. This is an awesome giveaway! I hope I win!!!!

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  133. This is such an awesome giveaway!!! I hope I win!!!! I love your work!

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  134. Oh I hope I win! That would be soooo sweeet!!! I am a huge fan of your work!

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  135. Love your blog: your images, your work, your sensibility. What a treat to have a chance to win a piece for my kitchen - though I'm not sure I'll want to take a knife to it for a while.

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  136. Ooh - Pick me! Knock on wood!

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  137. Please oh please oh please!!! Fingers crossed thrice! I would be so happy to have one of your creations in my art bubble.

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  138. I would gladly pay for shipping if I won.
    Great giveaway! I love your work

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  139. Beautiful!

    This makes me excited - the husband and I are putting together a wood shop in our new garage! What inspiration!

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  140. I love your work! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  141. What a wonderful givaway!

    I discovered your work the other day when a picture of your lovely apartment showed up on my Pinterest feed. When I read the article I realized that it turns out we went to school together. I graduated Pratt '09 too. The world is a tiny place.

    I then proceeded to completely creepily read your blog and went back and read your chronicles of restaurant-building like a total stalker. I'm in the very early stages of planning a restaurant and site design of my own, so I've got to tell you it left me feeling *completely inspired*.

    Anyway, all of that to say, thank you for sharing your work and your process so openly! It's amazing the people you can reach when you genuinely share what you're doing.

    All the best to you!

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  142. Hi Ariele. I'd like to take a chance at winning. This might very well be my only chance at ever owning one of your wonderful pieces of art.

    :)

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  143. Oh, man. I love it!
    Small panel pieces would work very well as gifts as I tend to either make my own gifts for others (handpainted signs) or buy handmade goods from individuals (like you!).

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  144. I found your blog via your comment on another blog about strawberry cake/cupcakes. I've been intrigued ever since. Your creations are just beautiful.

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  145. Yes!

    Recently ordered goodies from Left Field Cards (found through this site!!)- would love to order something from your site, too!

    Thanks!

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  146. Count me in on the contest, Ariele. A wall panel would look fantastic in our cottage!
    Love,
    Giulie

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  147. I love your work! My sister and I decided this year for Christmas that all gifts have to be handmade (by ourselves or others) or vintage. Cheeseboards are perfect as our parents are foodies!!

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  148. Really enjoy seeing your work, thanks for sharing!

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  149. Yay! This would be perfect for our nearly naked walls that long for real art. Thank you for the chance!

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  150. Love ALL your stuff, and while waiting for a headboard, a beautiful wall hanging would be wonderful! Keep up the good work!

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  151. Hope I win! Count me in! Luv your blog!

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  152. Wow this is nice of you =D

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  153. Oh, pick me! Pick me! So exciting.
    http://firsttimedesign.tumblr.com/

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  154. I am so excited about this (the giveaway and the wall art for sale in the future)!

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  155. Pick me! randomly, of course.

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  156. You have an appreciation for beautiful things and thoughtful design - truly inspirational! This piece is no exception.

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  157. I never enter giveaways but that is something I would truly love to win!

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  158. I love your work! And while I'd love to win this, I'll still try to buy one of your other wall panels when they're available!

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  159. whoot it would be so flippin' awesome if I won! I really love all of the things you make and would LOVE to hang that on my wall.

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  160. been following your blog after a recommendation from my sis. glad i did, cause i check it every two weeks. whooo hope i win.

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  161. ah! What an exciting opportunity! And I hear you about gifts. I LOVE the season of gifting, and I wan to RUN from the season of gifting.

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  162. RachaelPriceOctober 29, 2012

    Yes please-I would love to win this :)

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  163. too great to pass up!

    hope the storm washes up a lot of great treasures and that you and your fellow east coasters stay safe!

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  164. Gorgeous! And I know exactly who this would be perfect for- my normally impossible to shop for brother.

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  165. very excited by this generous idea!

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  166. I would love to hang one of these on my wall!

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  167. That would look beautiful on my wall! Would love to have a piece of your art here in Copenhagen,DK.

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  168. Great work all around. I truly enjoy watching your work progress.

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  169. Anacelie Verde ClaroOctober 29, 2012

    I heart hand-made wood things.

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  170. Lovely wall B. Me, please!

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