Tuesday, September 09, 2008

and the winner(s) are....

ok, time to announce the winner(s) of the desk project giveaway!

i actually decided to choose two winners to split the prize because i thought they worked well together. i'm still working out the details because i don't know how feasible it will be cost wise. however, i figured even if i don't end up doing exactly what they suggested, it's what i would do if i could! so they win!

so the winners are: molly & melissa of operation nice

i thought molly's idea of using some of my patterns from my new photo correspondence division was brilliant!
"I really love some of the fabulous patterns you have on fin + roe, think that one of those printed in large format would look great covering the desktop. You could glue it on then either seal it with acrylic, or use a glass top to protect the paper."

and i thought melissa's idea of vinyl decals worked superbly with molly's idea!
"Would vinyl decals work on that surface?? You always seem them on walls and glass, but it might be good to have some elaborate colorful design on a desk top too. Maybe you could even design your own!"

like i said, i don't know if or how i'll be able to get it work, but it's a pretty cool idea! if i can't get the vinyl to work price wise, i may just have some patterns printed out large format on regular paper and then coat it in a sealer for protection.

i'll keep you posted on how it all works out and i'll be sure to post photos of the final project! thanks to everyone who posted their wonderful ideas. it sure was fun reading them. for the two of you that won, please contact me for your prizes! (lori at marzipaninc dot com)


Melissa said...

No way!! I am the luckiest girl ever!! :-D I hope it works out because I'm really excited to see how it will look!

Molly said...

YAY! I can't wait to see what you end up doing!

{evy} said...

darn! i was hoping to win! but i have to agree that the winning idea is fantastic. can't wait to see the desk when it's fixed up with your designs. xo

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