Giveaway: Vintage Lucite Necklace Set

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I’m so glad that I’ve been offering these giveaways! It’s a wonderful way to “meet” you, hear your opinions, and learn what topics interest you most. If you’ve enjoyed another post on the blog, besides the weekly giveaway, please leave a comment on it, too!

This week’s giveaway is a Necklace Set!

Vintage moonglow lucite beads are the focal points here. The colors are mouth-watering shades of light violet and soft aqua! Please note that the aqua color is actually a little more blue than it appears in my photo.

This pretty set has a vintage look and a delicate weight. It’s perfect for anytime of the year, but especially nice in warm weather, when heavy fussy jewelry feels just too hot to wear!

The beads are such a sweet size – 9mm, or about the size of a pea! They are baroque-style, which means they are not perfectly round, but have tiny little dimples or indentations here and there – so cute! I have accented the Vintage Lucite Beads with Swarovski Crystals in coordinating shades of violet and aqua.

Measurements:
The Earrings measure 1-1/4″ in length, including the sterling silver earwires.
The Necklace measures 19″ in length, and has a textured toggle clasp.

Perfect for a gift . . . or maybe you’ll keep it for yourself? 😉

Contest Rules and How To Enter

1. Leave a comment naming a book you recommend. It can be one that you read a long time ago or something you are reading currently. That will give you one chance to win.

2. For a second chance to win, leave a second comment describing something you’ve made that you think turned out well. It can be an item you handcrafted – knit, crocheted, greeting card, art work/sketch, etc., or it can be a meal you made, or a letter or poem you wrote, or even the way you decorated a room in your home, or decorated your home for the holidays.

3. For a third chance to win, leave a comment on any OTHER post in the entire blog. Just look in the archives to find one that you like.

You can choose any one or all of the above chances to enter.

A valid email address must be given at time of entry. You must be 18 yrs. old. The name of the winner will be added to this post after the completion of the contest and the winner will be notified by email. The prize will be mailed by USPS First Class Mail. If no valid email address is given at time of entry, or if winner fails to respond to email within 3 days from the time notification email has been sent, the win will be null and void and a new winner will be chosen.
All entries must be received by 10:00 p.m. EST on 12/21/08, and the winner will be selected on or about 12/22/08.

Thanks for participating and Good Luck to all! 🙂

The contest is closed.

The winner is Elsie. Congratulations Elsie! Please check your email. I will be contacting you for your shipping address.


Comments

Giveaway: Vintage Lucite Necklace Set — 62 Comments

  1. I just finished “The Last Lecture”…so good!!!! I’ve seen the interviews too, and it makes me cry every time.

  2. I made little snowman ornaments out of felt for all of our little preschool friends this year. So cute. I was really pleased.

  3. I made fabric ornaments with my kids initials. It was a totally green project using fabric from outgrown clothing and cardboard! Pretty easy too.

  4. I’m currently entrenched in Exploring the Latest Trends in Mixed Media Arts: Projects & Techniques-Volume I. It’s a great book written by some friends of mine. Sorry it isn’t a novel – but with 3 kids, I can’t remember the last time I had the chance to read a novel! lol However, if you are interested in mixed media art, this is a fantastic book!

  5. I recently made several new watches – and I was really pleased with how the whole batch turned out. Sometimes, when you create you get this “mojo” – some call it “the zone”. The colors just fell together, along with the accents I added. I’m giving them away as Christmas presents…so shhhh! 😉

  6. Since it’s Christmas and I’m making lots of gifts, I’m reading craft books for inspiration and ideas. Stitched in Time by Alicia Paulson; Shear Spirit by Joan Tapper and, just for fun, A Farewell to Yarns by Jill Churchill.

  7. I’m a sandy come lately to the fleece throw scene but have made a dozen or so for family, friends and people I’ve run across who need a bit of Christmas. It’s especially nice when I can find fleece that seems tailor made for people.

  8. I absolutely love your necklace! So pretty. I recently made some very colorful pillowcases for my daughters and their friends for gifts. I think they turned out way cute and it was fun to personalize them with the fabrics.

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