ICED ORCHIDS-carpet design by Tala

National Competition needs your vote

Tala is a Project Designer and a LEED Accredited Professional at Aspect Architecture and Design in Cedar Rapids, IA. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University. She values designs that improve lives, whether it is healing or inspiring. Tala’s strength is in contemporary styles, but she also finds that some classical elements and plants add a unique finish to her concept.

She has entered a National Carpet Design Competition and would love your support. Go check out her carpet design at http://txstyle-mannington.com/ to help her win! Vote 10 times for ICED ORCHIDS by Tala. (there's no cost to this.)

Voting closes on Feb.12, 2010 @ 11am central time.

Here's how to vote
http://txstyle-mannington.com/
1. register (it's a professional site.)
2. design challenge
3. view and vote
4. type in ICED ORCHIDS in the search box
5. click vote 10 times to help her win. :)
6. please comment or e-mail her (she wants to thank you)

e-mail: tala.iced.orchids@gmail.com

Thank you everyone! Your time is greatly appreciated.
-Tala

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