Home Typography Tuesday with Coulson Macleod

Today I am so excited to announce a very special giveaway with my friends at Coulson Macleod! How could I not do flips over a company that combines home decor, typographic art and eco friendly materials? The company's focus is more on the design aspects of the piece and using reclaimed materials which means for us gorgeous wall decor with all it's natural knots and imperfections.



At Coulson Macleod you have the option to purchase one of their ready made pieces or you can create one of your very own by selecting your frame and sending in your text. Can anyone say endless options?! I love when a company encourages creativity!

Of course my mind is swirling with quotes and ideas! My hope is to create a very special piece for our own wedding day!


As you know I just become an engaged girl but did you hear so did Hannah and Mark the uber creative duo behind Coulson Macleod so it is appropriate that we chose this "Soulmates Forever" piece as our giveaway today!


How to enter:
Leave a comment below telling us where you would use this wall decor in your home and for an extra entry tweet:
"@CreateGirl and @CoulsonMacleod are showing us some LOVE with this Typographic Art giveaway http://bit.ly/kORnVv"

One winner will be picked at random. Giveaway ends Saturday May 14, 2011 at 11:59pm

Thanks to Hannah for today's "Home Typography Tuesday" giveaway and for Coulson Macleod for filling my love for home decor and typography!


Gemma Owen @4forme said...

I'd put it on the wall opposite our front door so that it's the first thing you see when you walk in the door...either there or in the kitchen because that's the real heart of our home. I absolutely love these, so heartwarming and creative :)
I am tweeting as @4forme

Creategirl said...

Thanks Gemma! That sounds lovely and the perfect place for this piece!

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking the living room or guest room would be perfect. It may even work as an awesome wedding gift for one of my best friends (shhh, dont tell her! ) ;-)

Teresa @teresarh said...

Love these! I would hang it either in my bedroom or the kitchen. It would serve as a pretty reminder that we are indeed soul mates... yes - some days I need reminding ;-)

Unknown said...

I'd put it in my dining room so we'd see it every day when we sit down to dinner as a family. Love these!
- Danielle
other-option AT hotmail DOT com

Meagan, in house nester said...

Would definitely be sticking my art - if I was to win it - in the front entryway in my little art gallery that I have happening there!
Meagan, row house nest

Meagan, in house nester said...

And tweeted for a 2nd entry!
xo meagan

Unknown said...

LOVE Typography! I think I would place this print in my entry from the garage... Because when I come home tired and stressed, seeing a reminder of love would warm my heart and remind me of what really matters :)

Megan Hatch said...

I would definitely put it in our bedroom-- the love sanctuary. :)
~Megan megoodies@gmail.com

silverroses2 said...

I would use this as a prop at my wedding and then hang it im our room after. aww.
silverroses2 at hotmail dot com

Jessie said...

Great giveaway! I would use this in the bedroom or the entrance foyer.

By the way, lovely blog, a new follower. I am adding you to my daily reads!


Silke said...

I would use this wall decor in our "double study" room. My husband has his desk for his photography business on one side, and I have my sewing machine and my fabrics all lined up on the other side. This wall decor would be perfect in this room because we spend a lot of time working there, together.
Many thanks for this opportunity !

Steve said...

I spend half my life in my office and even though I have a window to take my mind away from the computer every now and again the walls are a little bare! I have just the spot on the wall next to my computer that will be perfect! :o)


PS I keep trying to win one of Coulson Macleods competions but haven't yet! I am forever hopeful ;o)

Coulson Macleod said...

Loving the comments so far folks.

Regina at Fauxology said...

What a great giveaway! We have a nook above our living room where works of art and large photographs lean against the wall. I'd place this in front of those so that we'd see it within all our family and artistry we've created. Thank you both for the opportunity!

Honey Hush said...

hallway, so i see it first thing in the morning as i head down the hall and out to face the world.

Honey Hush said...

In the hall outside of my bedroom so, that i see it on my wait out to face the world.

Jonny said...

Undecided as to whether soulmates exist! Would love to think that there is someone out there that completes me. I would place the piece in my bedroom..so I could wake up every morning with a positive spin on the day that maybe it might just happen!! :)

NormalityAndMe said...

Although I'd love this romantic piece in our bedroom I think it would have to have pride of place in my lounge where everyone can appreciate it... plus my lounge is mainly cream/turquoise and i've been thinking of introducing another accenting colour and red will stand out nicely in a matchy/clashy sort of way :)

Love the blog too and will be following your posts (sucking up majorly for this print!)


Anonymous said...

Oooh I would put it in the living room so I can be reminded of our love while he's playing couch commando and making me watch sports :) hehehe

Anonymous said...

I tweet tweeted :)

Monica said...

I would place this in the entryway of our new place. Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

Leigh-Anne said...

A huge fan of Coulson Macleod!

I would hang it on the wall of my other halfs 'games room' in which he is often on his PS3 or watching football, to remind him of his other love - me!

Meg G. said...

This is wonderful. My fiance and I have a little thing for the word "forever" and this would be a great addition to our home together. I think we'd put it in the master bedroom of our forever together.

Laura said...

Great event idea... If there is another one in the future, I'd love to attend.

yvonne@designvignettes said...

My husband - who is a contractor - is always writing to-do lists on blocks of wood (I am serious!) so I would hang this reclaimed beauty in hubby's home office ; )