Giveaway: Hoot Design Co Alphabet Print!


You can’t go wrong with an alphabet print in the nursery, and this beautiful take from Hoot Design Co. is one of my absolute favorites. The artist, Kristen Brown, created a unique custom print for her nephew (the first baby to be born in their family) and people started asking her to make more. Pretty soon she was able to leave her job as an art director at an ad agency in Chicago and become a full time artist! Wouldn’t that be amazing??

For this giveaway, one lucky reader will get one 18 x 26, SIMPLY BABY PRINT signed by Kristen in their choice of one of these three color palettes:

The Jill (girl), The Jacob (boy), and The Julian (neutral)

So to enter, we want to know what you would do if you could quit your day job and follow a dream like Kristen. I’ll start: I would most definitely be a travel writer and fly first class all over the world to see everything everywhere. Maybe I would host the new version of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and tell everyone to have “champagne wishes and caviar dreams”…

Visit the Hoot Design Co store and add her blog to your reader and leave another comment for an additional entry. Share the giveaway on facebook by clicking “like” below, or tweet the giveaway, then leave another comment each time letting us know for an additional entry. Entries will close at midnight July 7th and a winner will be randomly selected.

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237 Comments

Shannon @ What's Up Whimsy

If I could quit my job and follow my dream, I would stay at home with my son. I just went back to work not too long ago and it's so hard! Hopefully money wouldn't be an issue in this dream, so my husband, my son and I would get to do a lot of traveling too! Thanks for the chance for a great giveaway!

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Hayley

Well my day job is a stay at home mom, so I can't quite quit that. But if I had the time I would get more into crafting (scrapbooking, photography, sewing). Maybe start up a little biz (more than the little photography biz I have going now).

Hayley

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Amanda

I love buying old vintage furniture and coming up with a creative way to refurbish it. I'd love to be able to put all my energy into that to see what could come of it.

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Ashley

If I could quit my day job, I would definitely stay at home with my baby, but I would also love to design clothes and sew all day!

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amybyrd

I love my day job (middle school teacher) but I would love to open a book store and read all day and talk to people about books. And instead of landlocked CO my bookstore would be by the ocean!

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Jeanne' Bourgeois

If i could quit my day job I'd open a children's store that sold handmade products for reasonable prices. I'd also start a family and since we're dreaming here I'd have a play area for my kids to come to work with me and a nanny to take care of them.

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Julie Weaver

I already stay home with my kids, which is already a dream. But if I had another dream it would be for my husband to quit his day job and for us to open our little dream shop. Artwork, handmade items, coffee shop, wine bar and lots of yummy and beautiful sweets.

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Sara

If I could quit my day job…(funny as I'm a sahm)…I'd open a children's art museum and teach classes there. Maybe some fabric design as well?

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Natalie

I would love to quit my day job and stay home with our children (no kids yet) until they are in school full time. My mom never had that option with us and while we didn't suffer, I was always a bit jealous of the kids whose moms were around all of the time.

I would also love to be at the point where my kids are old enough to entertain themselves long enough for me to maybe have a sewing/quilting/crafting business. I have a small etsy shop right now (lovieandboo.etsy.com) but I am not able to spend as much time on it as I would like.

Some day!

natalie(dot)bartgis(at)gmail(dot)com if I win! Hope I do because this print is so cute! I would pick the Jacob because it would look perfect in a little boy's room.

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Linds

I'm currently a nurse and have my co-workers asking me to make baby gifts for them or friends on a daily basis so I would definitely do crafts/sewing full time!

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Ty

I love my job because I do graphic design, but I'd rather do it for myself than for the company I work for. I'd love to work from home and spend time with my little boy who will be arriving in October! BTW, these are the most adorable prints I've seen for an alphabet. I love how they are personalized.

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Tina T

I would probably try to stay home with my daughter and baby on the way part time, and then start a business to do activities outside normal work hours so those hard working mommas can have fun with their kids too ! And I would spend more time letting my creative side do its thing, and less time worrying about how much time I have :)) I do hope I win this print, I am expecting in 6 weeks and have oogled her prints for many months now and since today is my birthday, it would be a perfect gift to myself !!

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sarahjunie

Well, if I could do anything–I'd stay home with my kiddo (who is 6 months old TODAY!)…but, I'd also love to be able to devote more time to my jewelry making.

Sarahjunie at gmail dot com

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Amy

I love my day job and wouldn't want to quit. But… I'd love to have an alter ego with a little extra time to do more quilting πŸ™‚

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Tong

If I could quit my day job and follow my heart's dream, I'd go to culinary school and become a pastry chef, then I'd open up a bakery! I would also have a sewing lounge next to the bakery!

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cupcake22

If I could quite my job, I would become a clothes designer for petite trendy women and open my own store. Who says just because a gal is 5'3" and under, you need elastic pants?

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mama sparkle 'n shine

I really would love to open my own birth center, teach birth classes and sell all of my baby crafts! I spend to much time making things for babies that don't exist!!

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Liz

A dear friend and I have dreamed of opening a bakery/coffee shop where we can also sell our creations and have a space where others can come and create. I'd do that!

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A.Moore

I would open a tea bar and serve the many tea creations that I love making at home for my husband and I. Yes!

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Helen

Is it wrong that I have no idea what my dream to follow is?? I'd love to redo my house so let's just start there. Oh, and buy my kids and me cuter clothes! πŸ™‚

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Ellen

Hmmm… I would travel and translate – while miraculously also maintaining the dream life I have staying at home with our daughters. πŸ™‚

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craftytammie

oh, I would love to turn our 30 acres into a lakeside retreat. I think it could be a fabulous place to host summer camps, craft workshops, weddings – you name it! That's my dream.

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Mrs. B

If I could leave my job I would do something crafty and creative, maybe make a little extra money through Etsy!

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Wifey

if i could quit my job, i would first, travel back to Vietnam with my mom one last time so I can learn and experience her childhood. Second – i would open up my very own restaurant. Love is shown through food!

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mama2maya

I just finished teaching high school geometry, and now get to stay at home with my little girl. It is the best job ever!

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Jaimie, Dustin, Logan and Holly

I think as of right now i am doing what i've dreamed about! I get to stay home with my 2 year old son and am due with our second baby in less tha 2 weeks. Being a stay at home mom and raising children is what i have always dreamed about! Plus i get to make some extra money with my etsy shop Little Jumping Beans.

Jaimie
hurleyy_999@hotmail.com

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Emily

Lovely prints! I'm a sahm and that's awesome but I'd love to not have to worry about where every penny goes. πŸ™‚

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Alsacianne

I think I would run a B&B; somewhere on the coast or on a small island…

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Candice

I would…..be a professional "try it outer." All I want to do is experience how to do everything- climb mountains, can salsa, sew adorable dresses, make my own coffee mugs, build a deck, photograph waterfalls, learn to play the dolcimer- the sky is the limit!!

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mabblab

I'd love to have an online fabric shop. That way I'd stay at home and be surrounded by the fabric I'm addicted to. Then again, I probably wouldn't sell any of it. I'd hoard it.

So, it's probably not something to pursue. πŸ™‚

Thanks for the chance to enter!
-mab

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Catherine

I grew up in a small town where the closes decent bookstore is an hour and a half away. I would move back there and open a fabulous independent bookstore. Clearly, the economy is VERY different in my fantasy;)

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jennyfretz

I am a SAHM and I would quit the cleaning housekeeping part of my job and just be able to do all of the fun stuff- bake with my kids and then leave the mess and go to the park while someone else cleaned and did laundry……Fun Fun

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K

I would definitely become a yoga instructor! I hope to somehow make that work with a SAHM gig sometime next year. πŸ™‚

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Molly

I work at home, and my job is pretty great, but I'd love to be able to hire an employee and only do the fun parts… like designing people's wedding napkins and invitations.

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Shauna

I would do a lot of what I do now, just more of the fun stuff.. Read others' blogs for inspirations, make things all day (paper crafts, sewing, cooking), and ideally I'd try to get some exercise in there somewhere.
I'd definitely travel a lot more!

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marisa

I stay home with our children but if I could find some more time, I would definitely do something with art and special needs kids.

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Emily

i would stay home with my babies and spend my time baking, cooking, and learning all things green…

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Lisa

If I could quit my job, I would spend my days with my beautiful daughter, Ella, making all of the things I love: jewelry, cards, sewing projects. And I would probably have more children πŸ™‚

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The Cheap Chic Momma

Ha! That was my answer!!

I would be a travel, food & wine blogger. Work out with a personal trainer every morning, and some how always be able to afford the most fabulous clothes, shoes and accessories.

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Princess of Power

I would be a sarcastic greeting card writer. I have lots of sarcasm to share with the world. I love the Jacob!

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Callie

I would never want to quit my day job as a mom, but my dream job would be a food critic. Get to eat in all of the fancy and hole-in-the wall restaurants for free – sounds divine! Maybe I could even be a guest judge on Top Chef!

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Lisa

I tweeted about your giveaway – AND realized I had not been following Prudent Baby on Twitter so fixed that too πŸ˜‰

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jacksonx03

Well, I did quit awesome jobs (interrogator/teacher) to be a SAHM. So if I wasn't home with the kiddos I'd go right back to doing that.

Amy J.

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Jennifer

I already have my dream job – stay at home mom, but I so wish my hubby could stay home with us too. A girl can dream.

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EHC

Given that my current day job is being a stay-at-home-mommy, I can't (and don't want) to quit it! But given a little extra time on my hands and some cash influx, I would own a fabric boutique.

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Elle

If I were to be able to have my dream job (besides now, being a mom) I would have to own my own nursery. I think spending time around plants and flowers would be so wonderful and relaxing, as relaxing as it could be owning a business!
lkjohnson_27@hotmail.com

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Em

If I could take the time away from my daughter (my current full time job) and had infinite cash and bravery I'd open a bookstore/gallery/cafe/music venue type place. And a luxury yarn and textile store. Or go to grad school and become an eternal student.
Oh, perchance to dream….

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Danelle

Well, my day job is caring for my daughter so I wouldn't give that up! Before I was a sahm I was a teacher, but if I could go back & do it all over again, I might go for interior design. Back in college, I didn't know I had a knack or interest in interior design. I've been bitten by the bug now though, & would love to have that as my job!

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michaela

if i could quit my day job an do anything i wanted, i would craft all day!! and shop more!! and keep my house clean??? πŸ™‚

beautiful art. would love to have one for my little man's room!

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tangela mcdougall

If I could quit my day job I would create a place where all the neighborhood kids could come over and play with arts and crafts. My life would be complete if everyday I was covered in glue!

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Melissa

I am actually doing what I have always wanted to do…stay home with my daughter. I feel so lucky to be able to spend all day with her! Plus I get to do it all, be a crafter, a cook, a baker, a painter, and so much more! I never knew what my major should be in college…probably cause I have never been happier than I am now:)

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Jill

I'd quite my day job, and my husband would quit his. We'd build a family business in which we could stay home with our babies!

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aubiebobie

WOW-so many comments. I guess everyone wants to quit their job. If I could quit and do anything I wanted, I would start a mommy and me class that would have a different theme for each day-art (go to museums), music (start a mommy and me band-i want to drum), explore (discover new hiking trails), etc.

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Ashley@MarriedLane

I'm already doing my dream job! I quit my job as a waitress (blah) when I had my first baby, Emmaline. I'm now a stay at home mom, and loving it! It is definitely my ultimate dream job!

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Sarah

My post is more for if my husband could quit his job. Im a stay-at-home momma. We would buy an RV and travel the United States while my son was still young. We would stop at all those horribly cheesy tourist attractions along the way and take tons of photos. It would be wonderful.

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Hanna

I did quit my job! I'm hanging out with my baby and hoping to make it as an illustrator/graphic designer.

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B+C's Mom

I also have quit my day job to be a mommy, and teach part-time. Part-time (when you can find it) is the best! A little time away from kiddos is healthy for everyone. Thanks!

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Jaimie

Well, I don't have a day job technically, haha.. but if I did, if I could quit, I would go to culinary school. Or go full-throttle at graphic design. Or just take photographs all day. Oh my!

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sy

the prints are lovely. thanks for hosting the giveaway.
i'd like to be a dog or cat or bunny breeder and knit and sew a lot if i quit my dayjob.

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Alex

I'm also lucky to enough to be living my dream job staying home with my baby girl. But if I were to get paid for something… I'd be the family friendly Samantha Brown and travel to tons of luxurious destinations worldwide with my hubby and kids!

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Kristi

I am a stay at home mom (so technically I don't have a day 'job' that I can quit) but I would love to sew items & sell them at fairs & crafters bazaars. I've always wanted my own business doing something creative!

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Janelle

I'm going to quit my day job here soon cuz this fall I'm gonna become a stay-at-home mama! I want to do the BEST I can at this job…I dream of having a place in the country with chickens and goats, a huge garden, and a big front porch with a screen door that slams just right!

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Aja

If I could quit my day job I would play all day with my baby girl and would have a delicious dinner on the table every night when my husband got home.

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Heidi

I am a stay at home mom, so I technically am not employed, and it really always has been my dream job, so not too many complaints here. I would love to be a barrel racer though

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Jocelyn

I was able to quit my teaching job a couple years ago to stay home with my son and now my daughter. It has been great, but it has also be really fun to open my own etsy shop, The Nesting Spot. Your idea of traveling around the world first class sounds pretty fabulous too!

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Stephanie

I am a SAHM so I can't really quit my job… but I would love to earn a living sewing (baby items, purses, etc). It would also be great to travel the world and earn a living writing travel guides.

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Claire

I would love to turn my obsession with textiles into a paying career! Printing, cutting, sewing… oh my, what a life that would be!

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Katie

If I could quit my job to do something else, it would be to travel and to make more crafty stuff. Ideally I could do both, bring some yarn on the road with me to knit along the way.

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beccajo

i think i would travel and see the other side of the US. πŸ™‚ i would also spend as much time with close and extended family as possible!

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Nathalie

I would sew all day,read books when I felt like it,drink tea in bed,cook whatever I felt like,regardless of how long it took,and learn all the things I want to but never feel like I have the time for…..
I guess I would just try to be more creative in general.

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Oh Mandie

oh man if I could I would totally sell just about everything I could and buy a motor home and do nothing but travel back and forth across the US finding new and interesting places to visit. One day, when my kids are all grown and my husband is retired, that's our dream πŸ™‚

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laraj

I have been so blessed I have been able to follow my dream and I now work from home (for myself!) as a graphic designer and stay with my 2 sweet boys. If only there was more time in the day then I could also add crafting to that dream!! πŸ™‚

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Northern Mama from the South

Even though I LOVE teaching, LOVE IT! I would love to create children/ baby room decor and continue to make invites, thank yous, and other personal cards. Just having more time to create what I refuse to buy in stores would be wonderful!!

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Danielle

I quit my day job to start my own design business at home 4 years ago, but then had 2 kids and am finding it hard to piece together enough time to actually work on it these days. My new dream is to have the full-time babysitter at home with me to make this easier!

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The Rodgers

I would buy older homes, fix them up and decorate them top to bottom and then re-sell them and start again! I love these prints:)

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APachuta

I am a stay-as-home mom, but my dream is to one day have my own cake business. Right now, it is something I do out of my house, but it would be amazing to have my own bakery!

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Tiffany

If I quit my day job, it would be to throw all my energy into my family and creative endeavors — food, sewing, crafting, photography… oh man, that would be fun. Thanks!

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theletterbblog.com

Easy. If I could quit my job I would be a full time newborn photographer. I'm working on that now and crossing my fingers that that wish can come true.

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Carly@Humble Housekeeping

I don't think I would ever quit my new day job which is staying home with our 9 month old daughter…but when I'm a mom with kids in school, I would love love love to open up a cupcake shop!!!

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Janna

If I could quit my "day job" (SAHM) er…wait, I don't want to "quit!" but if I could do whatever I wanted once my children are grown I'd have a fabulous fabric store where I'd get to do a LOT of world travel for projects, promotions, design and marketing. Ooooh, fun! Combine both my loves!

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Stacy @ She's {kinda} Crafty

If I could quit my day job I would take some graphic design classes and spend time focusing on all things crafty! I would love to open a stationary store that offers all kinds of homemade "etsy" kind of crafts!

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Amy Kirchhoff

Okay, so I'm not sure how to add to my reader if the site isn't a BlogSpot. What's my reader? Anyone want to enlighten me?

I signed up for her emails instead. I hope that can still count. (Plus, I'm hoping for a Christmas card sale. πŸ™‚

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Krista

Love the print!
I am feeling somewhat lost right now career-wise, but I'll go with my standard answer. I'd be a freelance writer, writing for my favorite magazines and Web sites.

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kirstin & jordan

I LOVE staying home with my son… I guess I wish there were just a few more hours in a day to sew and create. So maybe my 'dream job' would be my current life with my husband around for a few extra hours a day- hahaha!

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1smileygirl

I am already a stay at home mom so I've already quit my job (by the way, I love being a stay at home mom) but do something else with my spare time … I wish I could be more creative (blogging, crafts and diy project), that would be totally fun for me!

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Stacy

would love to spend all day baking and experimenting, or becoming a travel writer and bouncing around the world!!

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Hannah

I wish I could just stay at home and hold babies all day–I'm not a mama yet, and this desk job is BoRiNg!

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Schaneon

I'm a stay at home mom, so I can't really quit that! πŸ˜‰ If I could do what I really want to do more than anything, I would stop getting in my own way and become a photographer!

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Kristin

my day job is being a mama, and I don't want to quit that, but if I could somehow clone myself or add another 10-12 hours to the day, I'd love to travel and write… I'd like to do all that fun learning too, but for me it would be research for my fabulous new novel!

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Diapers and Divas

I love being a SAHM and would never quit…but if I had my choice of jobs when I was in the workforce I would want to be an Imagineer for Disney! I love that place!!

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Jennie

Visited the site and added blog to my reader!

I love my job, but would also love to be a food writer (not critic, but writer). I just like to eat way too much!

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Ali

If I could quit my day job, I'd be a stay at home mom and try out each and every one of your amazing projects!

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Colleen

I would be a pastry chef, but without the crazy hours! Just make some yummy treats when I felt like it πŸ™‚

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Binki

If I could quit my job I would spend some time traveling and then I would find a gorgeous place to start a farm/b&b.; I try to live out my farm fantasy every summer in my backyard, and this year we doubled the size of our garden. Between work and being a mom, it is a nice little escape from the routine.

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Binki

If I could do anything, I would start a farm/B&B.; We try to live the farming dream by gardening most of our 1/8th of an acre yard. Trying to fit in the garden between a full time job and being a mom gives me a little vacation everyday.

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Jeannie

I'd move to the west coast for a couple of years—and explore that part of the country. Then I'd move to Europe for a couple of years, and explore around there. But I'd always have a craft room with my creative machines available.

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The Gardners

If i could quite my job I would load up my little baby girl in a baby bjorn and document every fabulous remodel job from do-it-yourselfers. Through the blog world I have seen some of the most fabulously creative ideas from everyday people just like me. How fun would it be to meet them and start a little catalog of my own!

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jessica

If I could quit my day job I would defiantly have time to fulfill my dream of actually DOING all of the crafts from all of the craft blogs I follow! (Not to mention that subsequently, I-my house-my baby-my husband would all look fabulous because of the mad crafting skill I would develop.)

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Trina

My dream is to open a bed and breakfast and to do special getaway weekends for couples or for friends. In addition to the breakfast and lodging I would also help plan specialized activities.
couponsiwant(at)verizon(dot)net

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Mitszi

When my kids get older, I would love to open my own studio and shop, selling baby and kid's items.

Beautiful print!

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danielle

i am a baker and love what i do but if i could have my dream job it would be running a b&b; with a bakery some where in a small town on a coast.

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Meredith

I'd open a cupcake/pie/old fashioned treat shop. And have mismatched china and silver teaspoons from all over the world!

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rhalland

well i just had that wish granted when I had my son and was able to quit my job… but I would love to open a gallery with my husband to display his art and support others who do the same if time and money were available!

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Lynne

If I could quit my day job, I would have to own a business where I must read, knit and sew all day long. Thanks!

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other-option

If I could quit my day job I'd find a way to get paid to play on the beach all day. Hey, we're dreaming right?!
– Danielle
other-option AT hotmail DOT com

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jules

If I could quit my day job…I probably wouldn't. I teach photoshop at a high school and LOVE it – I already do what I would do if I wasn't working, design all day long!

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Shannon

If I could quit my job and do anything else for work, I would want to be able to create photo projects for those I loce. So many things to document and save in a special way.

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jewchick

I would open my dream hobby store. It would be a knitting/sewing shop, with only soft and beautiful yarns and fabrics that you don't find in a chain store. And it would be open whatever hours I felt like opening. And I would teach knitting, and not over charge my customers. Ah, to dream.

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ghislaine

I would stay at home with my boys and design fabric and then sew to my heart's content. I would also like to run a sewing lounge.

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Whitney

hi!
i am due with baby #2 in 6 weeks and i would LOVE to put this in the nursery! such a fabulous print.

one day i would love to be an event planner. i love throwing parties and i cannot imagine anything more amazing than getting paid for my passion.

thanks!
whitney

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Teresa Hoelle

I already have my dream job, staying at home with our 4 year old daughter and baby boy coming October 9th, but if I had endless amounts of time, I would dedicate more of it to becoming a professional show jumper. My first true love!

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Shannon

Well, I'm a SAHM to 3 boys with a little girl on the way so I wouldn't quit my job but when they are older, my dream would be to focus more on my creativity side. I love photography, party planning and sewing baby things; my "dream" would be to open a baby/maternity boutique!

mom2tictacs at gmail dot com

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Rachel

I'd love to be a scout for movie locations. Oh, and can I visit Ghislaine's sewing lounge?
What a great giveaway!

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KtLizbet

If I were to quit my day job and do anything, (other than sitting at home on my bum ;-D) I would want to become a Doula or midwife. I'm passionate about Mother/child bonds and the process of natural birth.

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Beth

I would quit my job and have my own photography business as my full time job. I would be doing what I love and get to spend more time with my little boy!

Beth

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Heather Oldham

I am a stay at home mom and wouldn't quit that for all the money in the world but I am torn wishing I had time for my two other loves creating/ sewing and photography. Ever since my daughter was born I feel like I never have time for other things.

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Carly

I DID quit my job to be exactly what I want to be: a stay-at-home mamma, and I couldn't be happier with the decision. Teaching was fun and good and happy, but this is BETTER. And for now, the idea of "working" in any sort of money-making kind of way makes me cringe.

carlyjane35@gmail.com

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florapedia

I am now a stay at home mom, but I would love to have the time to write a book (or books). Mysteries and children's books would be my desire.

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Bonnie Michelle

And since I don't have a day job any more, I guess I am already "living the dream". My dream was always to be a wife and a mom and stay at home…that's what I'm doing!! I did quit my day job to do this and I love it. If I could change anything, I would add a bit of my old job back in to my life, a little floral design would be nice on the side!

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Caroline

I would do nothing at all !!!!!! Well, just lie in the grass reading books or magazine, then crafting a lot, and especially crafting with my children, and definitely travel a lot !

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Corrie

I guess I have several dream jobs. I'd love to open a bookstore – smaller, cozier, and more interesting than the giant booksellers. Working in a bakery would be fabulous, too. And I've always wanted to go to law school. For now, though, I think I'll stick with being a homemaker, an expectant mommy, a piano teacher, and a volunteer tutor. πŸ™‚

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Robinsons

I am already living my dream job…a full time mom. I was lucky enough to quit my day job when my son (now 1 1/2) was born.

I think this picture is so fun! I love the colors she chose!

Allison Robinson

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durham_knits

If I could, I'd love to become a full-time knitwear designer. I'm working on that dream, but it's hard going, especially with my little one taking most of my energy.

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Schwieso's

I think this print would be great for my girl's new "big girl" room!

If I quit my day job (and won the lottery) I would buy a beautiful tropical resort and visit frequently with family and friends!

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ESP

My dream job would be to travel the world as a photographer for National Geographic. But as a mother of 2 young children, I'd settle for dream #2 – opening my own bakery.

Rosanne

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Melzie

well I can't quit my job (I'm a SAHM LOL) but I am about to follow my dream and go to college to get a degree. πŸ™‚ I'd love the Jacob print, as my 7 month old IS Jacob πŸ˜‰ xoxo melzie
litlmelzie@aol.com

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Wendy

My day job is pretty good, I'm a freelance writer and stay at home mom to one munchkin….but…. I would love to open a coffee shop/children's bookstore where families could lounge, read together and sip yummy cafe au laits!

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Julie

Oh gosh — I dream of quitting my job to stay home and take care of our two kiddies, ideally with help a couple of hours a day to free me up to work on our blog or get in a workout at the gym or ooh! maybe a blow-out! I've never had one of those — and pursue photography professionally.

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Lisa

I would LOVE to win this print!! It's adorable and the neutral colors work well in my little one's room!!

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Carrie Dyck

I'm not sure what I would do, I have thought of becoming and pediatric nurse. Although I am very happy to be home with my 4 babies!

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Nancy

I would quit my day job in a millisecond and set about writing that novel I haven't gotten around to yet.

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prettynicelife

I'd love to be a book editor or that person that works FOR the book editor reading through and weeding through books submitted for publication. πŸ™‚

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