Closed-Life Imitates Doodles Weekly Wednesday Giveaway #22

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Answer the question below, at the Life Imitates Doodles blog Giveaway post (answers on Facebook & Instagram don’t count as an entry.)

What kind of house would you live in if the money and the magic were available? Feel free to imagine tree houses, habitats on Mars, and houses with chicken legs, etc.

One Winner will receive this Prize Package

  • one tin of Hahnemühle YouTangle Tiles
  • one 5 pk Zebra Pen Double-Ended Mildliners, Fluorescent
  • one iSuperb Cute Cat Telescopic Pencil Pouch Bag

The Cute Cat Telescopic Pencil Pouch bag has a section the slides down so the bag will stand up!

This Giveaway Ends Monday, July 1, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT.

Last week’s winner was:

Cathy says: June 21, 2019 at 05:17

No. I would try to find a way to get it back home.

The winner has until Friday June 28, 11:59 PM PDT to send mailing information to the email list in the right sidebar. Please put ‘Weekly Wednesday Winner ‘ in the subject line so I’m sure to see your email.

There is a giveaway here each Wednesday. You don’t have to follow my blog to enter, but it will help you to remember to do it!

Thank you to Hahnemühle_USA for the YouTangle tiles and to ZebraPenUS for the pack of Double-ended Mildliners.

Want to buy some of this stuff RIGHT now?

The awesome Hahnemühle YouTangle Tiles (review).

Zebra Pen Mildliner Double-Ended Pens, Fluorescent Colors, 5 Pack

iSuperb Cute Cat Telescopic Pencil Pouch Bag

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Artist Ambassador for Zebra Pens. I'm a self-taught artist who dances about with all sorts of artistic mediums. My main loves are Watercolor, Zentangle and Ballpoint pen. The subjects of my work are many and varied and change at whim. I'm a little bit crazy, but doesn't that come with being an artist? At my Life Imitates Doodles Blog, I post a list of resource links for Tangles, Tutorials and Giveaways two times a week. I also write reviews, hold giveaways and share my art work.

40 thoughts on “Closed-Life Imitates Doodles Weekly Wednesday Giveaway #22

  1. I would live in a magical house in the middle of a forest, with nature surrounding me on all sides. Waterfalls and a lake, tall trees, mountains, hills and valleys, and a clearing in the woods where my house would sit in the sunshine. It would be overgrown with beautiful flowering vines, and the birds would provide lovely music. I’d have an outdoor oven for cooking on warm days, and a cellar dug into the side of a hill to store all my garden fruits and vegetables. When, if ever, I grew tired of this place and wanted to move on, I would shutter all the windows and doors, whisper the magic spell, and my house would lift off and whisk me to another fabulous location.

  2. A tiny home bright an bold , floating on the ocean with a walkway that would magical appear an reach out to shorelines when I want to walk bear foot on the beach.

  3. Ohmigosh that cat bag is too cute! I would live in a spacious home on a mountainside, protected from bad weather by magic. It would be surrounded by trees, beautiful gardens, and friendly animals. It would have a pantry that stocks itself, an endless library, and magic cleaning tools that would take care of the dust and dirt. Oh, and a herd of flying horses so I could take leisurely trips around the mountainside (but only when they wanted to)!

  4. Oh I definitely would have a magical gigantic tree house in the magical forest
    Thank you for the opportunity to win your giveaway sandra

  5. I would live in Bilbo’s hobbit hole. Just plop me into the movie. Good food, a library, antiques and gardens. It would be perfect.

  6. I would live in a castle like beauty and the beast. There would be fun dancing silverware and furniture.

  7. I would love to have a house with a wrap-around porch. Inside, I would want a beautiful wood paneled library.

  8. I would live in a busy seaside community with loads of crafty shops and cafes to walk to. It would be a tiny house but with a big craft room with a view and access to the beach. It would have wood floors, old fashioned curtains that rustle in a breeze, lots of plants, and several cats to keep me company. My husband? Well, he can visit, LOL!

  9. I’ve always been enchanted by tree houses. In fact, I wrote a book about a woman who lives in a tree house. I’d love to live in a tree house hidden under a canopy of leaves with a view to the sea from one side, to the mountains on the other, and with comfy spots for my grands to visit.

  10. I would live in a house located somewhere in a perfect climate: 50s in the middle of the night, and mid-80s in the daytime and evening. There would be windows all-round that would become shaded automatically when the sun hit them, and would become darkened at night, unless I decided to keep them open to the outside. Every room would be self-cleaning. There would be a swimming pool that self-cleaned and stayed warm without using any energy but solar, and views of mountains and salt water. The house wouldn’t have to be big, just big enough for me, my husband and my elderly Mom. Four bedrooms; or three, and a studio for me 🙂 Also, it would have a lovely covered patio where we all could sit out to breathe in and absorb the beauty of the outdoors.

  11. I would live in a palace huge enough to live with all my family members up to first and second degree. I’m a family oriented person so it would be so wonderful if I could live together with all of them. And of course with the help of magic, I would always try to maintain the harmony and peace in our palace. That would be so lovely.

  12. A beautiful curved house tucked in on the side of a mountain, looking out over the ocean and the islands of the Pacific.

  13. A cozy home of medium size on the brink of a town away from the city and other people. Surrounded by nature, near a scenic view, alone.

  14. I would enjoy the home I’m currently in, if all the home repairs were taken care of for life! More creative storage solutions could be added, too! I love this home!

  15. I would like a small home or condo in Montana. The state is beautiful, and the mountains glorious. That would be my happy place

  16. I would have a country style house with porches all the way around, outside fireplace snd plenty of room for family and friends to visit. Located near mountains don’t want to much snow, horses and midget goats and room for all sorts of rescue dogs. Magical stream and pool for healing!

  17. No magic houses for me, just a little house near a solitary beach and I would be happy 😁🏡🏖️ I love the sea 🌊

  18. I would live in a craftsman style house, with a full time cook/maid/housekeeper/gardener, in a clearing in the woods with no rude, loud neighbors.

  19. A hurricane/tornado/flood-proof home, on higher ground but with a path down to a sandy beach in a temperate climate, with rooms full of bookshelves and an awesome craft room full of supplies, screened porches on the exterior, roomy bedrooms and plenty of bathrooms, and two separate apartment areas — one for any relatives/guests and one for the vegetarian cook/housekeeper/general maintenance person or couple.

  20. We live in a really great house with extra rooms for company to stop by. Our back yard is very wooded and private. I have a huge, messy basement that I call my studio. I’d just love to pick it all up, lock stock and barrel and plunk on the Oregon coast with a view of Pacific Ocean sunsets. I would love the crazy, windy storms, the quiet, sunny days and the unexpected pleasures that come along the way.

  21. My house would have rooms with easy storage for my passions—art and quilting and a computer room. Beautiful book shelves. A modern kitchen. A porch. Self cleaning floors. Oh my.

  22. Near the Beach of course!
    Actually my house would be right on the ocean close to the beach except it’s a magic house where above the water it would be beautifully decorated with extra large windows to let in the sun in and so we could be surrounded by Water!
    The special part is below the water line in the house would be made of thick glass so that you could see all of the ocean life around you! It would be fun to sleep in the bedrooms under the water it would be very calming and relaxing to sit and watch the fish go by! I used to scuba dive when I was younger so it feels so awesome to be underwater with all the ocean life! But this way I could stay forever and not have to worry about running out of air!
    When friends came over we would do lots of beach crafts out of seashells and driftwood well we could feel the warm sun on our skin as we sat out on the patio it would be awesome!
    Actually this Kind of sounds like my childhood I grew up for a few years in the Florida Keys about 40 years ago! There was so much more ocean life starfish and sea fans and Stingrays things like that then there are nowadays! It’s sad to see that most of it is gone! I would swim in the canal behind our house my dad put in a large board for a diving board he cemented it right into the dirt! Along the side of the canal wall there were tons and tons of starfish I would collect them up and move them around but never take them out of the water! I’ve always tried to be respectful of nature!
    Thanks for this fun little trip in my head!

  23. My house would be like an EC Escher drawing. Passageways to nowhere and everywhere. I would carry around my colored pencils and draw on every wall in beautiful color!

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