LDS prints from HelamanGallery

MLH 2012 Giveaway #5: Funny & Serious LDS Art


Okay, so it’s not 2012 anymore. But that’s okay, it was a great year to be a Mormon. The Church enjoyed unprecedented attention. So I’m going to ignore the fact that I’m weeks late on getting this final giveaway up, and pretend it’s still 2012.

Congratulations to our Giveaway 4 Winner!

Congratulations to Angie Oliverson on winning 1 year of MyHeritage Premium Plus! We’re still trying to confirm our other winner, so if you entered, check your email for a message from an email address.

Giveaway 5 is Our Mormon Art Giveaway

Same rules as the first giveaway. This one ends Fri. the 1st of Feb. at midnight, Pacific. Winners announced sometime soon afterward.


I’m really excited about this round of prizes. Both are side-businesses for a couple of our contributors here on MLH. Here’s what we’ve got:

1st Place: Your choice of any one 20 x 30″ print from Helaman Gallery. Or if you’d like smaller (those can be hard to frame) you can choose any 2 prints in your choice of smaller sizes. You also get a color family caricature (with and without a wordcloud) from Draw YOU Funny!

2nd Place: Single-person color caricature from Draw YOU Funny!

The Helaman Gallery art is professional-quality and great for hanging pictures of the Temple and excellent gospel quotes in your home. Plus it’s unique: not the same prints you’re going to find in Deseret Book or your local LDS Art shop. The DYF caricatures are awesome to use on blogs, as your avatar on social networks, or even to frame and hang in your office or home. Everyone loves a great caricature. They just make people smile!


To enter is simple. All you have to do is fill out the below form. That will give you 1 entry. But you can receive multiple entries by doing certain things. Here’s what to do to receive additional entries:

Email Lists (2 Entries each)

  • Register for our new MLH email list! Sign up for our email list by selecting the option in the form below. You’ll receive new posts on MLH in your inbox, and other occasional updates. If you did this for the previous Giveaway, you still get 2 entries.
  • Register for the Draw You Funny email newsletter (just occasional promotions and such) by checking the appropriate box.

Social Sharing: Publicly share MLH and/or Giveaway Sponsors on a major social network (1 entry per share – must share Dec. 28th – Jan. 1st)

Social Following: Follow MLH and/or Giveaway Sponsors on a social network (1 entry per entity – counts if you’ve already followed that entity)

BONUS Entry’s: if you watched (or watch now) our most recent MLH Live Hangout, there’s a caricature of a famous LDS person shown onscreen in the hangout. Enter their name in the appropriate spot and get 2 extra entries!

Details: If you’re already following one of the social accounts above, or have already signed up for one of the email lists, you don’t need redo those. Just select the appropriate options below to receive those entry’s. But any social shares have to be for THIS giveaway. So you’ll need to publicly share the items listed under “Social Sharing” above on Jan. 30th – Feb. 1st, regardless if you’ve done it before. Social networks that count for sharing: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, & Pinterest. Enter below. And remember: this ends at Midnight Pacific time on the 29th.

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