Giveaway: Artwork from Red Letter Words

This giveaway has ended. Check back on Saturday, December 4 for the winner!

Welcome to Simple Living Media’s Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 25 giveaways across the entire network this week to give you plenty of chances to win a great gift, just in time for the holidays.

Today I’m giving away a 12×12 Gallery Wrap Canvas Art Print from Red Letter Words. This is meaningful artwork with a purpose–made to lift your spirit.

Red Letter Words uses inspiring phrases in all their creations. The scripture art encourages those waiting for a promise, the travel art brings back memories of a favorite location, and they even have a holiday line of artwork as well.

Find out more about Red Letter Words and how you can win.

Dee Kasberger, artist and designer of Red Letter Words, let me choose a print from their gallery wrap canvas selection and after a visit spent browsing the lovely choices, I finally settled on this Wait Hope Expect piece. It hangs in my bedroom and is one of the first things I see each morning. What an encouraging way to wake up, don’t you think?

I love the boldness of the letters and the way the flower wraps around the side of the canvas. The box arrived meticulously packaged with the print inside, ready for immediate hanging.

This canvas is hand wrapped around a 1.5 inch thick wooden frame. It came complete with a wire hanger, bumpers, and covered with Tyvek® backing. The canvas is also coated with a protective spray, which protects it from harmful UV rays and other atmospheric contaminants. In other words, this is artwork made to last!

Red Letter Words also carries a selection of scented soy candles, which would make a fabulous gift. Dee also makes greeting cards–perfect if you haven’t ordered your Christmas cards yet.

Dee also creates custom art prints, complete with a favorite quote or scripture. You could even transform your family’s mission statement into a masterpiece for your wall.

Many, many products clamor for our attention this holiday season–and many of them lack real meaning, depth, or purpose. But every item at Red Letter Words has been intentionally designed to inspire and lift the spirit, making this store a perfect gift-giving choice for yourself or a loved one.

One Simple Homeschool reader will win a 12×12 Gallery Wrap Canvas Art Print from Red Letter Words, valued at $100! (Custom prints excluded.)

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: What is currently your favorite artwork hanging in your home?

2. For an extra entry, “like” Red Letter Words on Facebook. — you can use the provided button below. Then leave an additional comment letting me know you’ve done so.

Red Letter Words:

This giveaway will end tonight, Thursday, December 2 at 11:59 p.m. I hope you win! We’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week.

Enter today’s other Home for the Holidays giveaways:

About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She serves as editor of Simple Homeschool, and blogs about mindful parenting at Steady Mom. Jamie is also the author of two books: Steady Days and Mindset for Moms.


  1. LC says:

    My favorite artwork is actually my daughter’s art that she puts on my fridge. She makes something, then says: “I made it just for Mommy!” then goes to the fridge to stick her work. Adorable!
    LC’s latest post: Inspired by Bakerella

  2. LC says:

    Liked on fb.
    LC’s latest post: Inspired by Bakerella

  3. Kiersten H. says:

    An elephant picture my sister brought back from South Africa.

  4. Jennifer S says:

    The homemade gingerbread man chain my girls and I just made. It’s darling!
    Jennifer S’s latest post: Decorating for December!

  5. Jennifer S says:

    Liked on facebook.
    Jennifer S’s latest post: Decorating for December!

  6. Lannette says:

    I love my cute sign that says, “live well, love much, laugh often”

  7. Lannette says:

    I “like” on FB!

  8. TallyMichelle says:

    Pictures of my kids…they are quite the cuties!

  9. Kimberly E says:

    My favorite right now is a Winter scene by Thomas Kincaid.

  10. Sara says:

    Favorite piece of art is a still-life of clocks by Temple Skelton Moore (Art by Temple on Etsy). Gorgeous!

  11. Kimberly E says:

    Like them on FB

  12. Sara says:

    Liked on fb!

  13. Lannette says:

    I would get my boys the Sword and Shields and my daughter the princess dress-up stuff; my kids love to put on plays for us! FUN!

  14. Randy says:

    My favorite artwork is a watercolor of the Alaskan cannery where my wife and I worked after college.

  15. Lannette says:

    I Like on FB!

  16. Alethea says:

    My favorite work of art hanging on my walls is a painting that my oldest made for my husband. It is a painting of a fairy dancing in the rain. It was painted unintentionally. She was painting to music and it just happened. It is just beautiful.

  17. Alethea says:

    I liked them on facebook

  18. nancy says:

    I love my daughter’s version of Pinkie, she’s only 4 ;)

  19. Wendy says:

    We went backpacking to Lucca, Italy about 10 years ago. We fell in love with a print art showing a old man holding a goat. The colors are some simple, black drawing with subtle of red in some area. I believe it is a limited edition print. It is pretty big and obviously, it was not possible to carry the framed one on backpacking trip. We ended up carrying the print itself alone (no frame) wrapped up in cardboard. We carried it the rest of the trip, which must be about a week or so. It survived several bumps on way home.

  20. My favorite artwork is a large canvas painting my husband made, hanging above our kitchen table.

  21. Beth says:

    I like them on facebook.
    Beth’s latest post: If Stain Removal Doesnt Excite You- Dont Read This!

  22. Corie DeMers says:

    Keep Calm Poster just as I walk in or out the door. A mommy’s mantra.

  23. Beth says:

    My favorite piece of artwork on our wall is a picture frame my brother made. The background is a piece of paneling from the house where we grew up. There are three photos: my parents’ wedding picture, a photo of the house my parents built, and a photo of me as a child in the house on my Radio Flyer trike.

  24. Lady Dorothy says:

    I think my favorite art piece right now is a painted iris my son-in-law brought me from France. It goes perfectly in my bathrooom.
    Lady Dorothy’s latest post: First Sunday of Advent

  25. Katie says:

    My favorite artwork is the creative masterpieces that my children have made.

  26. Lady Dorothy says:

    I like Red Letter Words on Facebook!
    Lady Dorothy’s latest post: First Sunday of Advent

  27. Katie says:

    I “liked” Red Letter Words on Facebook.

  28. Sally says:

    A canvas of a really funny family picture taken last year by my best friend. The colors are bright, we’re all laughing, and it’s taken on our front lawn. I love it.

  29. Katie T. says:

    My favorite piece of “art” in our home is a photo-on-canvas of me and my husband walking hand-in-hand on our wedding day…love that guy more and more each day!

  30. Katie T. says:

    I “like” Red Letter Words on FB.

  31. Kelli says:

    My favorite piece of artwork is a picture hanging in my kids’ room from etsy that says just: I am a Child of God. Love it!

  32. Kelli says:

    I now like Red Letter Words and Simple Homeschool on fb!

  33. My favorite art work in my house is my kids hand print 3D Christmas work.

  34. I follow Red Letter Words on facebook!

  35. Swati says:

    My favorite is a painting of a sunset at the beach.

  36. Amy R says:

    My husband and his brother tried to knock off a favorite artist. It isn’t quite as good as the original, but I still like it!

  37. Jen says:

    Besides all of my daughter’s “projects”, I actually have to admit that my fave art pieces are a series of tulips that I made myself :)

  38. Jen says:

    fb liked red letter words.

  39. I took some paintings that I didn’t like and covered them in fabric and hung them on the wall. I love them now.
    Jessica Brammer’s latest post: Jesus Has Never Yelled at Me

  40. Cynthia says:

    My favourite (okay, okay…my only) piece of artwork in my home is a set of daisy paintings my SIL did for us one year. She’s a talented girl and I love them.
    Cynthia’s latest post: Weekend Reading

  41. Julie says:

    Things my kids have drawn that are on the fridge are my favorite!

  42. I liked on facebook.
    Jessica Brammer’s latest post: Jesus Has Never Yelled at Me

  43. Mindy says:

    What is currently your favorite artwork hanging in your home?

    My children’s art work is currently the only artwork I have hanging in my house at the moment.

  44. Rose says:

    My current favorite artwork is the freshly painted poinsettia flowers that my 4 children painted today. They are in black frames in the living room which I use to display their art.
    Rose’s latest post: Santas Wonderland

  45. Sara says:

    My favorite artwork is a family picture on canvas we just got last week. It is hanging above my fireplace and warms my heart every time I see it!

  46. Torey says:

    My favorite artwork is probably a photo of my kids.

  47. Megan says:

    I dont have any art on the walls yet. Somehow wall decor is always the last thing to go up after a move. I have some photos up from my son’s newborn photo shoot a year ago and I love those. I’m so glad I got them done they were worth every penny.

  48. Megan says:

    I liked Simple Homeschool and Red Letter Words on Facebook.

  49. Danielle Krouch says:

    My favorite artwork are two banners we had made for our wedding–one in English and one in Cambodian–with our wedding verse (Col 1:17). We’ve hung them up in every home we’ve lived in.

  50. Carla says:

    I have a sweet butterfly print from Cuba. That is actually the only thing hanging in my house. We have lived here for two years. Sad!

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