Two Little Birdies – Giveaway

As most of you know I love nothing more than championing independent designers and businesses.  I love anything crafty and unique and could literally spend all my time either on Pinterest or at vintage fairs and car boots.  This however is time consuming and as much as I’d love to spend my weekends perusing second hand wares or pinboards I sure as heck don’t have the time!

Then all of a sudden, as if by magic or it could have been Twitter, Two Little Birdies appeared on my radar. Whilst browsing through their products, it felt like I’d come home, you know the feeling?  What I love most about their products is the combination of vintage finds and modern elements.  Some things are genuinely vintage, some are made with vintage materials whereas other items are brand new but have that vintage feel.

Here are a few of my favourite items from Two Little Birdies

If you like what you’ve seen so far then read on!

I’ve teamed up with Two Little Birdies and we’re giving you the opportunity to win one of the following pieces of artwork worth £10.  Each design has been upcycled onto vintage pages from a book and incorporate original drawings and photography. Prints measure 15.5 x 26cms

Typewriter with Butterflies

Victorian Ghetto Blaster

If you want to be in with a chance of winning just enter using one of the options below.  Remember to leave a comment telling me which design you’d prefer and your email address in case you’re the lucky winner.

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26 thoughts on “Two Little Birdies – Giveaway

  1. Amy Keeling says:

    Oh wow what beautiful art work 🙂 I too like finding new artists, they're all so inspiring! I think it's incredibly difficult to choose between the two of these pieces, however because I have to choose one I will pick the music one with the gramophone 🙂

    Amy x
    A Little Boat Sailing

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  2. Kay says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! I love the butterflies and the typewriter as I always think of my Mum (who passed away in 2011) when I see butterflies and she was a fantastic writer x

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