Red Letter Ink Giveaway!!

By October 19, 2011giveaway

by Natalie Lynn Borton

Hey girls! Today is your lucky day because we are doing a giveaway from Red Letter Ink, whose work you might recognize if you read our last post on true identity (the image is one of their beautiful prints!!). I know what you’re thinking now…How do I enter?!?

  1. Head on over to their etsy shop and browse around.
  2. Pick your favorite print and tell us why you love it.
  3. Check back on Wednesday, October 26 to see if you’re the winner.

Did you check out the Red Letter Ink Etsy shop? Which of the Red Letter Ink prints is your favorite and why?

P.S. Here’s some more info about Red Letter Ink and their founder, Aimee…

Aimee has loved art from very early on, according to her mom. She was always the one making posters for various events at church or in the neighborhood, and always came up with creative, homemade gifts for family and friends as a child. So it was no surprise when she declared her college major in the field of graphic design. After earning her degree, Aimee worked in corporate America as an in-house graphic designer for several years.

She left her full-time job shortly after the birth of their second child, when she and her husband received a heart-wrenching diagnosis of a neurological disorder for their eldest child who had just turned 2. But as He always does, God had a plan and provided freelance work so Aimee was able to manage multiple therapy appointments each week with their daughter while running her freelance graphic design business, which flourished.

Deep down, Aimee’s desire had always been to use her gifts to create artwork grounded in scripture–especially as scripture provided so much comfort and hope to Aimee and her husband as they dealt with the challenges and uncertainty that comes with having a child with special needs. That dream finally came true in April 2011 when Aimee started her second business, Red Letter Ink. She’s excited to continue on this journey to see how God is going to use this business to bless others!

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