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. I “liked” Red Letter Words on FB.

  2. my favorite piece of art right now is a wedding photo…does that count as art? otherwise, i love the picture of a tree and a path in our living room.

  3. My favorite piece has to be the first crayon drawing my son did for me. I have it in our living room!

  4. Connie McAlpine says:

    We lost our favorite artwork during a move a few years ago and have yet to replace them. One of my favorites was a black and white picture based on Psalm 1. A man sat reading the Bible near water, and the face of Jesus was gently drawn in in the trees above him.

  5. My favorite piece is a framed crochet project my great-grandmother did.

  6. Connie McAlpine says:

    just pressed “like” on facebook

  7. Favorite artwork. Hmmm. Don’t have enough, that’s for sure. Still trying to decorate this empty house. I’d have to say the sunflower art we got for our wedding. It’s hanging in the yellow bathroom.
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  8. Just “liked” Red Letter Words. HOW COOL!!
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  9. My favorite piece of art in my home is a watercolor of the Spanish Steps that my husband bought for me in Rome.

  10. My mom framed beautiful sepia toned photos of each of my three beautiful children. That is by far my favorite piece of artwork at home right now.

  11. I liked you on Facebook.

  12. Is a picture that hangs over our piano.

  13. I “liked” Red Letter Words on Facebook :) Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  14. Michele P. says:

    while not valuable to anyone but myself, my favorite piece of artwork is a huge landscape portrait that is on the wall behind my couch-my dad had it behind his couch for years, until he passed away Valentines Day 2009. Every time I look at it it reminds me of him…

  15. Michele P. says:

    I now Like Red Letter words on Facebook too.

  16. Original artwork from my wife’s talented family.

  17. My favorite is an “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” plaque that I made for our living room.

  18. We have very little hanging on our walls, which is why I’m entering! My favorite is a print of a Georgia O’Keefe calla lilly that was a wedding present.

  19. My favorite art pieces are the self portraits sitting on my book shelf of my kids when they were younger.

  20. my little girl & lamb picture my grandma gave me

  21. Kristine Rohm says:

    My favorite “artwork” are 3 metal crosses of different sizes hanging in my dining room, visible through the front door.

  22. like on fb
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  23. Kristine Rohm says:

    I liked on facebook!

  24. favorite artwork-an original painted by my 7 year old :)

  25. The very first fingerpainting created by my little boy. Beautiful!

  26. I like red letter words on facebook.

  27. My favorite is a picture of my little family of four: Mom, dad, and our two amazing boys.

  28. I like you both on FB

  29. We don’t have any “real” artwork since we can’t afford anything that we like. But we did take our old windows and hang them on our walls – a bit of found art, and I’ve been tacking up my daughter’s water colors on them.