This month’s “chicken themed” giveaway is a wonderful way to show off your love of backyard chickens! This adorable tote would be perfect to take to the farmers’ market, carry as an overnight bag or as a reusable grocery sack! Artisan, Stacie Bloomfield, will send one of our lucky readers this “Barnyard Chicken Tote” – and I think it’s a perfect essential for any chicken keeper!
Continue reading about the Etsy shop Gingiber, the artist Stacie – and the giveaway offered!
Gingiber is a kids decor and paper goods brand based in Springdale, Arkansas. Filled with art prints, stationery, pillows and homewares that are sweet enough for children, but smart enough for adults, Gingiber finds the perfect balance of artfulness and playfulness in each illustration.
Gingiber is the work of illustrator, Stacie Bloomfield. She founded Gingiber in 2009 when she couldn’t find the perfect art to hang in her baby girl’s nursery. Soon, Stacie began creating her own art that drew inspiration from patterns, beloved animals and carefully curated color palettes.
Gingiber’s diverse line of products have been featured in Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, Artful Blogging Magazine, Country Living Magazine and DIY Magazine. Stacie has designed for companies such as The Land of Nod, Quarto Publishing, Chasing Paper NYC and iPop. We hope that this is only the beginning of more beautiful things to come.
The Barnyard Chicken Tote is screen printed and is perfect for both children and adults and strong enough to carry books, groceries or personal effects.
Printed in black. Measures approx 15 x 16 inches.
Thank you Stacie for offering a chance for one of our readers to win this fun tote! Enter the contest by submitting the form below. In two weeks a winner will be chosen and then Stacie will send the tote your way!
You can view more of Stacie’s artwork at these links:
Subscribe to her mailing list at: http://eepurl.com/7gOPL
Do you have a chicken themed craft / art that you would like to share with the Community? Email me at RNickols@CommunityChickens.com
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