Tuesday, October 25, 2011

November Blog Prize - Win This Polymer and Brass Necklace!

I know it seems like it, but I have not forgotten about my blog.  It has just been that kind of hectic lately, so much so that I have had to give up on the idea of a holiday shoppe for this year.  I am very disappointed, because I love creating ornaments and crafting from my collection of vintage fabrics and trims as much as I do creating with polymer.  There just isn't enough time to get the second shop at Etsy stocked, so I have put it in vacation mode until after the first of the year.  I am going to try and create a few things, ornaments and small gift ideas, to sell directly from the blog here.   There just isn't enough time in the day to do what I want to do any more! 

For the November blog prize, I am giving one of you a chance to win one of my polymer and brass embellished necklaces from my 2011 Holiday Collection.  This necklace would be a beautiful accessory for a holiday part outfit; or use it as a gift for the romantic on your holiday gift list.  It features one of my faux ivory floral polymer clay pendants and is embellished with antique finish brass, including Vintaj components, and Ruby Swarovski crystal.  

So, you know what to do.  Just leave a comment, no purchase is necessary, and I'll draw a winner from the comment pool at random on November 1st.  You may comment as many times as you like, but only one comment per person will be entered.  If you do not have email enabled on your blog, please include your email address in your comment, so I can contact you for your mailing address if you are the winner.  I ship all over the world, so even if you don't live in the U.S., you are welcome to enter the drawing.  Thanks, friends! 

18 comments:

Lupe Meter said...

I know what you mean about not having enough hands to do all the things you want to do. Lately, my hands been in sewing, gardening, kumihimo braiding, polymer clay items for my store, teaching polymer clay, and beading...and not enough hours in the day. I have to remember to write down some of my ideas, otherwise by the time I try them, I can't remember them! Love your creations with brass. I have done a few but yours are stunning! Would love to win this beautiful creation!

handmadebynancy said...

Looking at this beautiful necklace makes me anxious for your tutorial! I can't wait until you're done!

Sarah said...

Ohhhh, soooo pretty! If I keep trying, one of these times I will be the lucky winner of one of your beautiful creations.

Lois Moon said...

Gorgeous! The ivory is so demure and the ruby red so bold!

Roberta said...

Count me in! It would be wonderful to own one of your pieces. To see your work in person would be amazing!

Nena said...

Beautiful piece!

peggy aplSEEDS said...

this piece is beautiful and i would love to win it!

romana said...

Pretty one...I wouldn`t say no ;)

Blessings from Cindy said...

What a gorgeous necklace! I would love to win! Thanks for having a giveaway!
Blessings,
Cindy

Julz said...

MMMMMMMMMMM...I covet!!! That is one really beautiful necklace, Lynda.

Sally Anderson said...

That's a beautiful necklace! And I love the little touch of Ruby (esp b/c I have an amazing 2 year old granddaughter named Ruby!). Thanks for the giveaway. Hoping I win!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, Linda...this is absolutely gorgeous, and I could really see it hanging around my neck!

Grammy D
(Lima Beads)
ddonnelly@bobbyrahaltoyota.com

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Doreen said...

This necklace is gorgeous!

Renata said...

Necklace is amazing and I will keep my finger cros to win it.

Bonnie Kreger at B-LEE KREATIONS said...

Dear Lynda, that is stunning and it matches everything I own. LOL It's very vintage and lacey looking. It would look great on an a vintage looking girl like me. I hate saying old so I'll just say I'm vintage.

It is beautiful.

Sweet Willow Designs said...

Wow. Love this piece the and chance to win.

PLane said...

This is a lovely, vintage-looking piece. It looks like carved ivory. Anyone would be fortunate to have it in her collection!