Renee Anne Giveaway

This morning, we are kicking off a brand new giveaway with artist Renee Anne. We are giving away this original 4 x 4 inch watercolor painting, which is actually quite special, because it was painted exclusively for papernstitch. How lucky are we? And retails for $20. The bird was painted from Renee’s own photographs from her front yard in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario.

And because Renee has not yet named this painting, she has decided to let you all name it for her. The winning title will receive the original painting. Pretty cool, huh?

Here are all the details on how to enter”¦

Title this work of art. Come up with a name for this, currently, nameless 4 x 4 bird painting and include it in the comments below. You may enter up to two times. Each entry should include a different, possible title.

*Giveaway will end on Monday, September 20th at 11:59 pm eastern.*

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I would name it “frolic”

Jessica Tuitt

How lovely! I would call it ‘They call me mellow yellow’




Cute! He’s very serious looking. Maybe


“Gold in Earnest”


“Big Kiss”

It’s a play on word with the French name of this bird, “gros bec” which means “big beak” but can also be translated “big kiss”.

I love birds and I haven’t seen this kind of bird since I was little ;o(


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‘I am a much more than cute little bird’

Carole Smith

hearted herald-er

Alicia Law

Cornelius. =)


yellow messenger.


My title would be “The Pensive Ponderer”

Beautiful artwork, great contest 😉


Sir Pretty Boy

Amy Wing

Colonel Mustard

Amy Wing


Sunshine on a Cloudy Day


Maya the Yellow Finch


Jilguero (which is Goldfinch in Spanish) 🙂

Gloria Mercado-Martin

What a little cutie! I would name the painting “Goldfinch Blues”.


This is a beautiful watercolour! This came to mind when I looked at this wonderful painting! “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush”


or “Dawn”


“Jubilee’s Cousin” (my bird is named Jubilee and is blue!)

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