Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Gifts for Her: BABYLIT PRINTS BY SUGAR (Giveaway - CLOSED)


BABYLIT PRINTS

Sugar by Alison Oliver

I told you before how much I love the BabyLit series of literature-inspired books for toddlers and children. The inspiring artwork in the books is by Alison Oliver. Fortunately for the literature fans among us adults, Alison has also designed a series of BabyLit prints to grace our walls. I was immediately taken with her timely Anna Karenina line of prints, like "Earrings," shown on my family room wall above.

You have to take a look at the other prints in Alison's series. Sherlock Holmes, Wuthering Heights, Sense and Sensibility, Romeo and Juliet, A Christmas Carol, Pride and Prejudice and more - they are all represented, meaning you are sure to find a gift for the English grad, book lover or movie watcher on your list. Let's be honest - just get one for yourself!




About Sugar


Sugar is a design studio run by designer and illustrator Alison Oliver. Alison's design portfolio reflects her love of drawing, pattern and colour and includes everything from logos to packaging and product design. BabyLit art prints are printed digitally with archival pigment inks on museum quality matte stock. Visit Alison on her blog at pure-sugar.com/blog.


Find It:

Web - pure-sugar.com/shop/babylitprints
Facebook - Sugar-by-Alison-Oliver



BABYLIT PRINT Giveaway!


The Prize - A BabyLit Print of Your Choice From Alison Oliver
Eligibility - International

Enter using the rafflecopter widget below until December 16th.


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60 comments:

  1. I was just reading my daughter the BabyLit Anna Karenina today and thought how beautiful the illustrations would be in her nursery (sad that the picture for Cloak is not available). I would pick the Earring, Love, or the Cheshire Cat.

    (Hope this comment doesn't show up multiple times - my internet keeps cutting out!)

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  2. I love the English Village print. The theme of our nursery is English authors. :)

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  3. I love the Romeo & Juliet print, and the Ball Gowns print

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  4. LOVE the Frog Footman from Alice in Wonderland :)

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  5. I can hardly keep up with all these great draws!

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    1. Thanks Jill. I have more coming! So keep on entering! :)

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  6. oooh they are lovely! This is a pretty cool giveaway :)

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  7. Whoops, forgot to add I love the 'London' print!

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  8. man! there are so many to love. i would do stars from moby dick to go along with the theme of my son's nursery or the musicians print. beautiful!

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  9. http://pure-sugar.com/shop/babylit-prints/mr-rochesters-insects/

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  10. I love "Love" from Romeo & Juliet. But I also LOVE all of the Moby Dick prints–they would be darling in my son's nursery!!

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  11. My favorite is the "Stars" Moby Dick print. We have start charts in our living room, what cute thing to carry into child's room!

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  12. I would choose the Fish print from Moby Dick.

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  13. I like "Uniform" from Anna Karenina. All very neat prints!
    Thanks.

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  14. TREES AT THORNFIELD
    jan

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  15. Beware the Jabberwock is a fun one!

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  16. I love them all! But I think my favorite would be Gates Screech from Sherlock Holmes, but I also love Old Dress and New Dress from Sense and sensibility. They are all beautiful!

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  17. I love Froufrou and Hairpins

    Melinda L.

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  18. I love the Alice in Wonderland print!

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  19. So many to choose from! I think in the end I'd have to go with the Cheshire Cat print (the one without the alice title). It could go very well in a baby's room or on any other wall in my house!

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  20. I liked them all but my favourite was Boots Scrape.

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  21. I like the ring crackle howl and several of the Moby Dick prints-nice for little boys rooms. Such fun stuff!

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  22. LEAVES RUSTLE, i love this one !!!!

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  23. Love the Christmas Carol print!

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  24. wow the way you framed it makes it look so much nicer than on the website! Very nice!

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  25. BALL GOWNS
    BabyLit: Pride and Prejudice

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  26. Well I have been tempted to cut up one of our copies they are sooo pretty. This is definitely a better idea...

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  27. I love the Sherlock print...

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  28. I really love them all - so hard to decide. I'll say the Frou Frou one:)

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  29. WOW, I love 'Leaves Rustle', 'Gates Screech', 'Boots Scrape', 'Tree', 'Dracula's Castle', 'The Demeter', 'Trunks', 'Mr Rochester's Insects', 'Thornfield'.... These are all really great!

    Me_Juliet AT hotmail DOT com

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  30. I like the tree, stars, wuthering heights, hairpins lol

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    1. I know how you feel. I love them all!!

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  31. SO many beautiful pieces! If I had to pick just one, I would probably choose FROUFROU. I love how the colors blend and it just looks so whimsical. In love. =)

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  32. I really like them all. Hard to chose, but I think I like Froufrou.

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  33. I only found these books recently. I was given one as a new baby gift for my daughter, they're so lovely!

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  34. The "Leaves Rustle" - thanks - abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  35. I really love the Sherlock! print.

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  36. My favourite print is hairpins

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  37. Belle is very cute...but so is London!

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