Friday, January 25, 2008
The Short One's Birthday Giveaway
To celebrate a Very Special Birthday, I am giving away this special necklace. I strung the piece with freshwater pearls, Swarovski crystals and rose quartz daggers (see, pink again) and finished it with a koi button that I made from PMC, resin and polymer clay. Please note that the Short One, aka the Birthday Boy, has deemed the necklace tugworthy (he liked the button).
In addition, I will also be giving away this necklace, as a sort of second place prize:
You may recall that this was actually the prize for my 100th blog post giveaway. The winner never claimed it, so it is up for grabs again. The pendant is made from PMC, and I embedded a large shell pearl in the treasure box with resin. I then strung it with kyanite, coral, amber, rose quartz and quartz glass and finished it with a button clasp made from PMC.
In order to enter the giveaway, please leave a comment under this post. Please do indicate a name (no anonymous entries) and also indicate how you originally found this blog (eg., random Internet surfing, Etsy forums, We Love Etsy, link from ______ website, I told you about the blog, etc., etc.). That's it! Due to birthday party scheduling, the deadline for entries will be next Friday night, January 31st, at 11:59pm Central Standard Time. The Birthday Boy will pick two winners' names from a hat on Saturday, and I will post the results on Saturday, as well. You MUST CHECK THE BLOG to see if you've won. In the event that a winner does not claim a prize within one month, I reserve the right to give away the necklace again to someone else.
This giveaway is open to everyone, except for the Short One's family members (you know who you are). Also, please note that you do not have to be registered with Blogger to leave a comment. If you do not have a Blogger account, simply check the "Anonymous" box (but be sure to type your name in the comment, so I know who you are) when you leave a comment.
Hmmm, I think that covers everything! I hope you like the necklace(s) and look forward to your comments. Have a great weekend, everyone.