Caption Contest Giveaway: Simple Joys

Photograph by Leslie Hancock featured in the November 2018 Issue of In Her Studio.

Photograph by Annie Spratt featured in the special edition issue of Bella Grace, The Cozy Issue.

Every once in a while we come across an image that really resonates with us or strikes us full of inspiration. You may suddenly want to cozy up with a good book, draw, write, or paint. One image can even remind us of someone or something wonderful like a favorite quote, song, or beloved poem.

As we were flipping through the pages of our upcoming November Issues these two photos from In Her Studio and The Cozy Issue caught our eye and remind each of us of something different. Now, we want to see what comes to mind for others.

 

Quote the Image Caption Contest Giveaway

The two photos featured in this post by Leslie Hancock and Annie Spratt are incredible! Select one of the two photos, find and decide on a snippet of a song, or even a line from a poem that really resonates with it and leave your caption in the comment section below.

How to Enter:

  1. Click the “Pin-it” button for your favorite photograph.
  2. Comment on the blog post below with the most fitting caption you can think of.

The person with the most “fitting” caption will receive a Stampington & Company magazine of their choice!

 

Don’t forget to check out our upcoming November Issues! Click here for a peek inside.

Contest ends November 1st, 2018. 


Posted: Thursday, October 25th, 2018 @ 12:15 pm
Categories: Contests and Giveaways, Uncategorized.
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41 Responses to “Caption Contest Giveaway: Simple Joys”

  1. Robin says:

    Fave pic is top with the blue runners. Caption “Freedom to Create”

  2. Mary Rawls says:

    She gave no thought to a little paint on her favorite shoes. She was, afterall, a work of art in progress herself.

  3. Lynn Corona says:

    “Calgon”, not needed…

  4. Rita Rousseau says:

    What happened to my ruby slippers?

  5. Beth Davis says:

    There IS NO “PIN IT” button for my fave photograph.

    Pls. explain in detail!!

    Thanks.

    • Jordan says:

      Hi Beth, the Pinterest button appears over photos when you have the Pinterest Extension turned on in your web browser. If you use Google Chrome here is a link you can use to easily turn on the extension: https://about.pinterest.com/en/browser-button if you use another web browser you can google “Pinterest extension(your browser)” and it should yield the correct link for you.

  6. Margaret Elvington says:

    Tis a gift to be simple….

  7. Ginnie Hebert says:

    Leslie Hancock photo caption quote:
    “The object isn’t to make art, it’s to be in that wonderful state which makes art inevitable.”
    Robert Henri

  8. Sharon Gullikson says:

    “Homey goodness”.
    I hope that I did it correctly. The directions were rather sparse.

  9. Carla Hundley says:

    For the Cozy Issue photo.

    Her book is lying on the bed
    The two of hearts to mark her page
    Now who could ever walk away at chapter twenty one
    So she can’t be really gone
    Just look around this room
    So much of her remains
    Her book is lying on the bed
    The two of hearts to mark her page
    Now who could ever walk away with so much left undone
    So she can’t be really gone
    No she can’t be really gone

    Song by Tim McGraw
    Carla from Utah

  10. Susan Young says:

    It’s a beautiful morning. I think I’ll go outside for awhile, and just smile. Just takin some clean fresh air…boy. Ain’t no sense in staying inside if the weather’s fine and you got the time. It’s your chance to wake up and plan another brand new day, either way, it’s a beautiful morning.

    From the song “It’s a Beautiful Morning” by the Rascals.

  11. Nancy Hoefer says:

    Your true colors
    True colors are beautiful
    Like a rainbow.

  12. Linda says:

    These sneakers were made for arting!

  13. JoRene Byers says:

    Let us make our future now, and let us make our dreams tomorrow’s reality. ~ Malala Yousafzai
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/561613016029633859/
    I pinned Annie Spratt’s beautiful photograph to my “Stampington & Co.” Pinterest board.
    Thank you so much for the opportunity to win one of your marvelous magazines!

  14. Julie T says:

    A cup of tea would restore my normality.
    -Douglas Adams

  15. I can do anything in my converse shoes!

  16. blanca says:

    the photo with the tennis shoes reminds me of the song “i’m walking on sunshine” and it’s starting to feel good!

  17. Lisa says:

    Photo #2:

    “Notes From My Pillow”

  18. janet sisk says:

    Photo #2: coffee: $2.00; fresh linens: $200; no kids, no spouse, sleeping in: priceless!!!

  19. Debra Terry says:

    “Its not about the color of your wings… its all about the SHOES!”

  20. Denise Bryant says:

    Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.
    Marilyn Monroe

  21. Karen Long says:

    Oh Darling, let’s throw off our shoes and run barefoot through the paint!

  22. Deb Hull says:

    Color My World

  23. Deb Hull says:

    Let’s Do This….

  24. Christina Gant says:

    Keep your soles grounded and your soul soaring.

  25. Tisa Hosford says:

    “As babies we’re born blank sheets of paper. Not a single mark. As we grow older, lines form, then colors and patterns. Before long that paper is all sorts of brilliant. Like a kaleidoscope, no two exactly alike.”
    ― Shannon Wiersbitzky, What Flowers Remember

    (oh, how I love a caption contest!! Thank you!)

  26. Lucy says:

    It is a paint walk

  27. Cynthia Daugherty says:

    “It is no bad thing to celebrate a simple life.” – J.R.R. Tolkien

  28. Jenn says:

    (for the 2nd photograph)
    “It’s lovely to know that the world can’t interfere with the inside of your head.” Frank McCourt, Angela’s Ashes

  29. tracey garland says:

    Fave is second pic…..Quiet Saturday morning me time.

  30. Trish Tokar says:

    I chose the blue sneakers on the splattered paint tarp.
    “Color My World” (yes, an old song by Chicago inspired me – but it really works for everyone!)

  31. trish tokar says:

    I chose the blue sneakers with the paint splattered tarp.
    “Color My World” (yes, inspired by an old Chicago song – but truly works for everyone!)

    Hope this post works as I didn’t see the other one I attempted.

  32. Lauree says:

    i refuse to have pinterest. does that disqualify me? the shoes are my fave. “we should always wear our magic shoes.”

  33. Cheryl says:

    Aqua Docs

  34. trish tokar says:

    I chose the blue sneakers on the paint splattered tarp.
    “Color My World” (inspired by the old Chicago song, but works for everyone!

  35. Sandra says:

    “Peaceful easy feeling”

  36. Sandra says:

    “Peaceful easy feeling”

  37. I love both photographs equally. The blue shoes just speak to me saying: “I will be true to myself and always be me.”

    The photograph for the Cozy Issue just warms my heart and says to me: “I will give myself more moments like this.”

  38. I love both photographs equally. The blue shoes just speak to me saying: “I will be true to myself and always be me.”

    The photograph for the Cozy Issue just warms my heart and says to me: “I will give myself more moments like this.”

    I pinned both!

  39. Mairlyn says:

    A cozy, warm whisper kind of place.

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Photograph by Leslie Hancock featured in the November 2018 Issue of In Her Studio.

Photograph by Annie Spratt featured in the special edition issue of Bella Grace, The Cozy Issue.

Every once in a while we come across an image that really resonates with us or strikes us full of inspiration. You may suddenly want to cozy up with a good book, draw, write, or paint. One image can even remind us of someone or something wonderful like a favorite quote, song, or beloved poem.

As we were flipping through the pages of our upcoming November Issues these two photos from In Her Studio and The Cozy Issue caught our eye and remind each of us of something different. Now, we want to see what comes to mind for others.

 

Quote the Image Caption Contest Giveaway

The two photos featured in this post by Leslie Hancock and Annie Spratt are incredible! Select one of the two photos, find and decide on a snippet of a song, or even a line from a poem that really resonates with it and leave your caption in the comment section below.

How to Enter:

  1. Click the “Pin-it” button for your favorite photograph.
  2. Comment on the blog post below with the most fitting caption you can think of.

The person with the most “fitting” caption will receive a Stampington & Company magazine of their choice!

 

Don’t forget to check out our upcoming November Issues! Click here for a peek inside.

Contest ends November 1st, 2018.