Monday, June 22, 2009

Heartfelt Giveaway

I feel so lucky. And in large part I owe that to my customers, many who have become friends. I'm showing my gratitude in the form of a honey pot. There's a teapot and pie painted on the front, which is still warm from the oven. A pink house serves as a pull. Its' hand built with a scalloped seam. There's a spoon on the back and what else but a Forget-me-not?
If you are new to my blog, please leave info so I can contact you if your name is drawn.
xx
julie

juliewhitmorepottery.etsy.com

37 comments:

lilylovekin said...

Darling, darling, darling, I hope I win!!!

cabin fever said...

What a nice idea! This honey pot is beautiful, a true JW piece, made from the heart.

I feel lucky, too, dear Julie - I treasure the pieces that are now a part of my home in New England.

Xoxo

Forgetmenot said...

Your pottery is truly a delight. I hope I win..

Forgetmenot said...

Your pottery is truly a delight. I do hope I win.

Idamaria said...

Your hand is so dainty and light upon your pottery, it has a faerytale look. Please add me to your drawing. thanks jguidone1@sbcglobal.net and please visit my blog at www.idamaria-appletree.blogspot.com

daffodilhillantiques said...

Sweet! I already feel so lucky with the JW pieces I do have but I'll still hope to have just a little more luck! Thanks so much for thinking of us!

Cheryl Glace said...

Julie, I love your things! Thanks for the opportunity to win a Julie Whitmore honey pot. I can't wait to get the waggie doggie. Thanks again!

Aunt Jenny said...

Oh Julie..it is just perfect. I love everything about this honeypot...what a sweet giveaway!!!
Now if Only I win!! heeheee

read2kidzz said...

I just love your pottery and have ever since my dear friend, Carolyn introduced me to your darling works of art!

Carolyn Parker said...

I feel as if this is a magic pot filled with Julie's inspiration ! Julie's work is truly filled with whimsy and delight. xoxo Batty Mae

julie Haymaker thompson said...

It worked !!! you did it and I had not been over to your blog now I will link you The little jam jar with the house TOOOO cute I use your little tea cup my sister Lorrie gave me as my little bed side" catch all "I see it every morning first thing and every night last thing Love it!

MILLY said...

Hello Julie,
Lovely to find your comment. Now I have found your pretty pottery to admire. I saw your hedgehog pottery...on Monday I watched one in my garden.
Millyx

prettyandpink said...

What a cute honey pot!!! It would be a perfect addition to my already growing collection of JW pieces. As you know I can't say no to pink:-)aka Deborah

Sweet Peas and Sillyhearts said...

What a treat! Please include me in the drawing...

Sweet Peas and Sillyhearts said...

What a treat! Please include me in the drawing.

Maria said...

Hi Julie,
Adorable jam pot. You are so sweet and generous. Could it be that your artwork makes us sweeter too?! Seriously, I think it does.
Take care,
Maria

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your kindness and for your passion in creating wonderful treasures! Gail

nina said...

oh julie. everything here looks so wonderful!
my life is more beautiful now, in large part thanks to you. as i write this, i'm having tom ka (sp?) coconut ginger soup in one of my bird cups, here at the end of the day. birds are singing back to the little porcelain portrait of their cousin....walter sends his love along with mine xxxx

forget-me-not said...

hi julie.....

i've never won anything before......but i'll give it a blog. What a sweet little honey pot. Take care.

a mermaids purse said...

Such beauty in every piece...
A story told with each brush stroke, like a fairytale with so much detail...i think u have an amazingly beautiful talent!!
sooo glad i found your blog!!

xx kazzy xx

Anonymous said...

What a generous idea! I would love to be added to your drawing to win this most charming pot!!

kathyd said...

i love your work . the houses always
make me smile.

Nancy said...

I love your pottery! I first saw it on Nina's blog and would love to win anything you made. Thanks for the chance.
Nancy Serwinski
serwinski@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I'm happy I found your sweet pottery it inspires me, you inspire me. Thank You!! Patty

bjbluebird said...

Pooh Bear would be very happy to have honey from your honey pot and so would I! Aren't we all lucky to have Julie's wonderful creations in our homes? Makes me happy....
Love, Barbara

Linda Warlyn said...

Any home graced with Julie's beautiful work is happier and anything served on it tastes sweeter...honest! What a generous and gorgeous give-away, Julie! Keeping fingers and toes crossed I am the lucky winner! xox

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

I'm twelve inches off the ground with your generous comments. I'll announce the blue ribbon recipient on Saturday.
xx
julie

Two said...

Oh my goodness,i just found you on Etsy (emailed you about doing a chihuahua small plate ....your work is absolutly stunning!
put my name in the entry please !
Teresa Madeira
2215 Riverside Drive
Scranton,PA.18509

Divinely Delicious said...

I love your work! Very special and hope to win :)

Tara Ross Studios said...

I would love to have a piece of your work in my home.

Tara

elma said...

The honey pot is so beautiful!!Please put my name in:) Elma2179@yahoo.com

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

My seafarer husband reached into the soup tureen and this is the name he fished out:

Daffodil

So I've written and want you all to know I'll do this again.
xx
julie

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Daffodil. I was just re-reading your greetings and loving what you said. I can picture the scene and wish I were there.
xoxo Batty

Lisa Cook said...

Looks like I am too late for the drawing. : ( I did not see a date when you would choose a winner. I keep trying to purchase a piece in your Etsy shop, but they are always sold. Do you take special orders?? : )
Always hopeful,
Lisa

peggy said...

Serendipity means *chance happenings*. Today I just happened to find your blog. Delightful pottery and I don't have a honey pot. *grin*
peggy
http://rubywingandcompany.blogspot.com/

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

What a lovely piece, it's pretty, quirky, delicate and amusing - your other pieces make me smile too, there's something uplifting bout them. Like your 'soothing' photos (couln't help but notice the lovely 'borage' drawing also). BFN. Lesley

Pat said...

Wish I had been in time for this!!!! Delightful!!!
I just found you yesterday, thanks to Nina, and today I told my daughter that I could remove the mystery of what to get me for every gift-giving occasion from now on.....along with your blog and etsy address. Your work is so refreshing!! Great work!!!! pat

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