Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Double or Nothing: Jewelry Giveaway - Round Two!

First off, my apologies for the long long long delay in posts!  A lot has happened in the last couple months.  Our move was successful, we're enjoying our new house.  Lots more space than the apartment!  Our girl is loving the yard and the neighbor's kittens!  I won't bore you with the other details, but let me say it's been very busy and stressful around here for a while.  I'm glad to be back posting, hopefully it'll start up with some regularity again!

AND NOW FOR ROUND TWO OF THE DOUBLE OR NOTHING JEWELRY GIVEAWAY!

While I was gone, more followers joined up!  So, it's time for the next round of my giveaway event.  I have chosen to offer up a single peyote stitch bangle for the lucky winner!  

Options are:

1-3 colors of your choice - I have most colors of the rainbow, so pick away!

pattern of your choice - mixed all together (picture a calico cat), stripes/bands, a swirl, or a solid color

size of your choice - I need to know size to make sure it'll fit over your hand!  These awesome bangles roll over your hand with no need for a clasp!  One size fits most, but not all.  For example, my husband and I can wear the same bangle, but it's a tight fit for him and strains the bangle more than is necessary.  Also, if you like looser jewelry, you may chose a larger size!  Or vice versa.  I'll send the details to the lucky winner!

Bottom line, you get lots of choices!  Please see images below for examples of these amazing bangles.




And of course, the rules!

To enter:
Follow my blog and comment here that you would like to be entered.  

Leave an email address where I can reach you.  Worth one entry.

ENDS November 19th, 2010 at Midnight, as timestamped on comments.

This end date will hopefully give me time to complete the prize over Thanksgiving break, so you can get it before Christmas!  

For extra entries (each in a new comment):

1. Post about my jewelry, blog, and giveaway on Twitter, Facebook, your Blog, etc.  Leave a link.  If you post in more than one place, leave each link in a new comment.  Each post is worth one entry.

2.  Comment here with a suggestion for future blog topics, including tutorials you'd like to see me post.  Each suggestion in a new comment is worth one entry.


3. Visit one or both of my galleries, as my shops are under construction.  DeviantArt or Flickr.  Comment here on a piece you especially liked and why.  Each new comment is worth one entry.  
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Next Rounds:

84 followers giveaway:  Necklace with Stone Pendant


168 followers giveaway:  Beadwoven Necklace

19 comments:

  1. Id like to be entered :) eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

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  2. Ohhh, interesting.

    kacsales @ gmail . com

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  3. I would like to enter. :)
    sou_super_otaku@hotmail.com

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  4. http://twitter.com/#!/Misaki_Yuuki

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  5. I would like to enter too! :-)

    jennym (at) fhac (dot) co (dot) nz

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  6. i would love to enter
    Dreamtale4562@yahoo.com

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  7. I would love to enter :D
    maytel_rouge@hotmail.com

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  8. Hi again,
    I don't have a blog or anything, so I left a message on my deviantart journal: http://maytel.deviantart.com/journal/36159079/

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  9. I would love to see a tutorial on how you make the prize bangle~

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  11. It's a tie for me...
    My two favorite pieces is are:
    - Spiraled Splendor
    The colours that you chose complement each other so well, and the different size of beads makes it even more intricate. It's truly gorgeous.

    &

    - amethyst braid anklet
    I particularly like that you used an Amethyst for the clasp, it's very clever and absolutely beautiful.

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  12. Followed! I would like to be entered into your awesome giveaway, please!

    genevevex@gmail.com

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  13. Oh, I especially like your Weedy Seadragon Comb. http://purlyzig.deviantart.com/gallery/#/dvp3j4

    It looks so organic and natural the way the actual comb looks; the uneven look of it. It gives the illusion of seaweed.

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  14. Hello! Id love to enter. :)

    fivestonesvintage at gmail dot com

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  15. I love the Enchanted Garden Rope. Great name and a really beautiful piece!

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  16. I like to see people's workspaces so a blog post on that would be fun!

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  17. Following! I really like your work (:
    I posted a link on my facebook fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/#!/katiesjewelry/posts/166942806670609

    I also think you should post some holiday projects for the blog! It'll be really cool (: All kinds of Yule/Christmas/Kwanzaa/Chanuka/Winter themed stuff!

    Email: Katie_Alleena[at]hotmail.com

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