Sunday, December 14, 2008

Christmas gift for you


My little birdies are back. I printed my drawing on fabric and stitched them onto ATC-size cards. Instead of waiting until my 1,000th post, which is coming up, for my giveaway, I've decided to have my giveaway now.
Give me one good thought in a comment, and I'll put your name in the hat. But please make sure I can contact you when it's over.



Draw date: this coming Friday.




30 comments:

  1. You are a well of inspiration. J'adore ton style. Do these count as good thoughts? ;-)

    Sophie

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  2. I couldn't resist - I have four good thoughts - abundance, creativity, commitment, grace... Jamie V in MT
    http://rem-nants.blogspot.com
    amzanioli@yahoo.com

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  3. 'Within your heart, keep one still secret spot where dreams may go' Louise Driscoll.
    Hello ooh you have a rather lovely blog and we share a love of birds...I adore them. I also love all of your very beautiful art works, they are so individual and interesting, very beautiful.
    Christmas is coming and I am soooo excited
    Hugs Lynn xx

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  4. I love your little birdies best. "The Hours" is pinned up as an inspiration to me in my studio. Your blog is a daily motivator for me as a new artist. Thanks.

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  5. ~ let us not chase the pot of gold but instead enjoy the rainbow ~ Merry Christmas, Laura

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  6. Thoughts become things...think good ones!!! Your cards are perfectly perfect for flying in with holiday joy! Whee hooo!

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  7. Have the happiest of holidays!! :-) LindaSonia (baddabinda@yahoo.com)

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  8. I love your birds! We always top our tree with a dove for peace.
    Thank you for sharing with us all.

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  9. Choose happiness (it's free :)
    Merry Christmas!

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  10. My Thoughts are trust in God, help others, love others, and patience in life...very cute birdie textiles! I remember those!

    love ya
    wren

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  11. Life is real! Life is earnest! And the grave is not it's goal. - Longfellow!

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  12. Smile! It makes people wonder what you've been up to! ;)

    www.javaswhimsy.blogspot.com

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  13. Gorgeous birdies. One good thought? In the new year, with a new president, the US will begin to find its way forward. xoxox

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  14. "The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough."
    Rabindranath Tagore

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  15. I love your birds...I love your blog... I love YOU lovely lady! Thank you for sharing your heart with us through your art! I love visiting your blog. I always feel better for having read it. :-)

    My thought? Love is a decision and an action, not merely a feeling.

    Warm thoughts and love sent from frigid northern MN!

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  16. Love this art piece. Would love to have those birdies fly their way to my house. LOL. LindaSonia

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  17. My good thought goes out to thinking of the wonderful community we have created with all us strong, beautiful women out here in blog land (every last one of us!) where we can support each other's art and causes that matter to us.

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  18. I think this is a wonderful thoughtand way of being:

    Let the beauty that you love be the work that you do ~ Rumi

    It's wonderful for artists but also applies well to beautiful concepts like love, peace, and compassion.

    I've only just discovered your lovely blog but have admired your birds for a long time. Thanks for sharing a bit of yourself with us!

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  19. I love your birds Colette and it would be lovely to give them a happy home over the ocean.

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  20. "Men build too many walls and not enough bridges". - Isaac Newton

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  21. the peace birdie!! I still wear my tshirt, it is getting old now and I must order a new one.. it still attracts comments every time I wear it... .. now to a thought, cause I would love to win one!..hmmm 'Colette is an angel of Peace who creates birds of peace to fly all around the world... bringing peace to each person who sees it'.... hope I am lucky !! If not, then I am still blessed that you are in my life xoxo

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  22. This one makes me think of you (and me..lol): A MESSY DESK IS A SIGN OF GENIUS!

    P.S Sorry about the parking ticket!

    Sandy

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  23. Even "the men in blue" have bouts of Christmas Spirit"~previously noted!

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  24. Anonymous6:17 PM

    Hi,from a book i can't put down.
    We came to learn how to create our desires , fulfill our dreams , prosper, and take this exquisite experience called 'being physical' to it's zenith. We came to experience the good with the bad, that we might learn how to choose likes over dislikes.
    So have them !
    Take your treasured dreams out of that crowded old closet, dust them off with loving care, and give each one a long, hard look.

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  25. I love your work. Find it very soothing to look at. Simply elegantly lovely.

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  26. Mollie4:10 PM

    "This World is not Conclusion.
    A Species stands beyond --
    Invisible, as Music --
    But positive, as Sound --"

    A thought from Emily Dickinson, lover of birds, peace and unorthodoxy.

    Thank you for sharing your art and thoughts with us through this blog. It has become a touchstone.

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  27. When I was a young girl of 14, I had a poster of a beautiful horse. I loved horses. The poster also said:

    "Within me lies the power, to seize the hour, and live my dreams."

    I am 52 now, and that poster and its saying have stuck in my heart all those years. At 14, my home life was very bad - no details, but the saying on the poster held power for me, and I have lived a blessed life with a dear hubby of 38 years, a wonderful son, a number of horses, cats, dogs, a peaceful home, fulfilling career and all the art a girl could want.

    I am more thankful than words can express. Merry Christmas ~ Eileen Terwilliger, Anchorage, Alaska.

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    1. I think I saw the very same poster in my dad's room when I was a few years old.

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  28. My thought is that we should all do more art in the coming year, and trust ourselves to grow in out endeavors.
    chris p

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  29. How did I miss that you were giving away something???? What??? and its something birdie!!!! Okay, one good thought...Hmmmm.... I gotta win this, always wanted a Colette Copeland original (and it has to have a bird cuz I think of birds when I hear your name!)
    Hmmm.....
    a good thought......
    Ahem........Yep....It's coming!
    Here it is:
    Embrace Diversity...the world would be a boring place if we were all the same... (something I tell children who are upset about being different in some way)
    Hugs and Happy Holidays cute Colette! karen...
    recycledrita.blogspot.com

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate each and every one of you.