WIN a Jack and The Beanstalk Adventure and Wall Chart Kit!

February 14, 2010 at 6:44 am | Posted in Winter 2010 | Leave a comment

We are so excited about our Spring Jack and The Beanstalk Adventure and Wall Chart Kit that we would like to give you a chance to take part and WIN one of our final kits ( available in March)!

Our Jack and the Beanstalk Adventure and Wall Chart Spring/Summer 2010 Kit will include a VERY special coloring page.  This special coloring page will be designed based off your child’s fav critter on our beanstalk wall chart art (to the right) and naming it!  Emily, an animal artist , will create a coloring page based on the critter of your child’s choice.  This coloring page will also include the name your child provides the critter and their first name.  AND of course you will receive one free kit (available in March)!

It’s simple to enter!

Just leave a comment on our FaceBook Fan Page after this post topic.  Tell us what critter your child likes best from the work in progress wall chart, to the right of this page, and what your child would like to name the little critter (sorry, you must be a FB Fan to Participate).  Deadline: Friday, February 19, 4pm EST.  On Friday , February  19 we will draw one lucky winner!

Want a Better Chance to Win?
To obtain more than one entry to our contest… Invite your friends to join our FanPage.  If they join, please add a comment on our page letting us know you refered them.

Please one entry per household but you can include all the kids names.

Learn more about our kits here.

Thanks for your support!

About the artist: Marino Arts founder Emily Marino specializes in animal art, pet portraitures, and anatomical illustrations in a variety of styles and mediums. From fanciful art to realistic medical illustrations, Emily has completed works for agencies, publishers, and private collectors for more than a decade. She has worked in the Veterinary field as a Veterinarian’s assistant since she was in high school and has been around animals throughout her life.

“My goal as an artist has always been to make a difference in the lives of animals, animal lovers, and animal advocates. I want to help educate people about important animal issues through my art. Animals cannot speak for themselves, so we must be their voice. I speak through my art.” – Emily J. Marino

 Emily will soon be sharing the COLOR art with us on our FanPage!


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