Halloween Giveaway!

Even though Halloween is just around the corner, I figure that there’s still time to fit in a seasonal giveaway. Three people (from the US and Canada) will be picked at random to win 2 autographed 18″ x 24″ posters, one of “On Halloween”, which is a double page spread from my picture book, You and Me: Poems of Friendship, and one Blossom Fairies poster, which features 16 fairy dolls from my how-to book, Felt Wee Folk: Enchanting Projects. To enter the Giveaway, please leave a comment on this blog by midnight, October 25th, EST.

“On Halloween” posters are also being given away for free during the month of October, with a purchase of any poster in my Etsy Shop. Other posters for sale include Birds of Beebe Woods, Rabbitat, Blossom Fairies, and Self Portrait: A Personal History of Fashion.

68 thoughts on “Halloween Giveaway!

  1. I just received my copy of ‘Birds of Beebe Woods’ along with the ‘On Halloween’. I love them both. They are even more beautiful up close, in person than on the web. Can’t wait to get them framed and hung. Thanks again.

  2. I entered a drawing at a quilt show over the week-end and didn’t win. So I must have been saving up to win a poster instead!

  3. Wow, I love your work!! That you would give it away is a huge gift!!! 🙂 I wish everyone well in the giveaway and will be happy for all who win…but I’d love to be happy for me, mostly!! hehe!!!! 🙂

  4. Looking forward, in November, to seeing Birds of Beebe Woods in person! As beautiful as it is in the photos, it’s even MORE fun to see up close and for real.

  5. Your work shows you have your heart in it to create such beautiful birds and things, thanks for sharing your talent with us and your visit to Ireland. Georgia

  6. Please count me in on your seasonal giveaway! I’ve admired your work since purchasing “Felt Wee Folk” years ago, and have made quite a few of the little fairy folk from your patterns. So much fun to do! The details that you’ve shared in the making of your Birds of Beebe Woods are truly fascinating. Thank you! Wendy

  7. When my daughters were young I loved reading to them your illustrated book, “Mary Had A LIttle Lamb.” I was enthralled with your hand work and a few years later while making Waldorf type dolls, we came across, “Felt Wee Folk.” Your work has inspired my artistic work which I am just beginning to get back into after a number of years of homeschooling my children. Thank you for sharing your talents.

  8. Salley, I love following your blog and seeing your artwork. It is exciting to see how you have created your pieces. I love collecting your books and would be so happy to be entered in your Halloween poster drawing.

  9. You are a true inspiration! Thank you for sharing your creative process. I am curious to see where you go from here. I am sure you will do things nobody else has even thought to attempt.

  10. I’d love the blossom fairies poster, it is just so calming. I have been following your work for many years, and you are an inspiration for all kinds of artists.

  11. Your work is just so enchanting, my son loves ‘pocketful of posies’, the halloween poster would look great next to our seasonal display 🙂

  12. Thanks so much for sharing how-to pictures and descriptions of your wonderful new birds ! Not that I can make them but it is inspiring. I loved your wee folk, have all of your books (i think) and would hang a poster up at work. Any chance you’ll be coming to Austin Tx?

  13. Oh my goodness thanks for the chance to win! I have gathered all the materials, have your book and can’t wait for some quiet winter time to try my hand at one of your fairies. thanks for sharing your work on your blog for us all to enjoy and your behind the scene looks at how these beautiful creatures are made.

    Happy Sewing

  14. What delightful posters—and how generous you are to offer a seasonal give-away. I always look forward to your blogs and seeing your projects – in process and completed. What a following you have!

  15. I love seeing your work. I plan to travel to Central California this coming spring to week your work. I would love to have your poster!

  16. Thank you for letting us see your process and a peek at your life as an artist, it has been inspiring and your work is marvelous! I would love to win one of your posters and have constant inspiration with a glance at my wall.

  17. I love your work. Getting to see it up close and in person at the Art Institute in Chicago was a thrill. I wished there were more of them. Having a poster to hang in my sewing room would be a great inspiration.

  18. I have been following your work since my children were wee themselves and it is a joy to see the success you have attained. I’m now sharing it with my grandchildren. Keep it coming!

  19. Thanks for another chance to win some Salley Mavor treasures. I love getting your posters and appreciate that you sign them too. The “Birds” are framed and hanging on our new screened-in porch where they are at home with all the real birds that frequent our feeders. Thank you for your wonderful and wonder-filled work!
    The real treat is hearing from you on your blog and being able to stay in touch.

  20. Salley! Your work inspires me so much and reminds me of my late mother who taught me how to embroider when I was about eight years old. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world:)

  21. How very lucky you are to have such a talent. I’d love to see somebody do a documentary about you. I’m still kind of floundering to find my talent even at 46 years old, so seeing somebody embrace their gift is inspiring. Thank you

  22. Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop this Saturday, Salley! Thank you for offering such delicious goodies for prizes.

    Cathy G.

  23. I had a joyous afternoon last holiday season making fairy dolls from your book. Your patterns are accurate and your directions are so clear, they’re a pleasure to use. Thank you for sharing them.

  24. Salley, thank you for the opportunity to win posters! I just adore your work, it takes me to a fun land. I was so shocked when your site was down recently and gave you a heads up. I needed a “Rabbitat” video fix, just love that video, so calming. Can’t wait to meet you and see your work close-up when you come to Fresno in March to the Arne Nixon Center.

  25. I received my Beebe Woods poster I purchased alone with your free poster gift bonus. What a wonderful surprise! It will be displayed in our library so I can share the whimsy and beauty of your art. Thank you!

  26. Wow…just found your blog today and I am mesmerized by your birds! All of your designs are breathtaking and I am loving reading your posts!!

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