Giveaway – Plum Blossoms Earrings

party-hatsToday I’ve reached a bit of a milestone. This is my 100th post! 🙂

It’s fun that it just happened to fall on a Monday – the day I post my new weekly giveaway. Seems a good way to celebrate!

Speaking of fun, a very bright young lady named Aik recently asked if she could “interview” me for her blog. I was delighted to accept and I really enjoyed answering her thoughtful questions. If you’d like to see the interview, drop by Aik’s blog!

Now on to this week’s giveaway:


Plum Blossoms Earrings in Purple and Rose

These earrings are so sweet. The photo doesn’t capture how pretty they are in person!

I’ve used beautiful and intricate polymer clay floral beads, which were created by the very talented Cheryl Harris.

The polymer clay beads are embellished with gorgeous 3-dimensional flowers and leaves in fabulous shades of plum purple, rose pink, and lavender!

For accents, I’ve added sparkling Swarovski amethyst aurora borealis crystal beads; and all metal components and findings are sterling silver!

Measurements: 1-5/8″ long (including the sterling silver earwires).

Contest Rules and How To Enter

You have up to 3 chances to win. . .

1. Leave a comment that answers the question: What makes you laugh? That will give you one chance to win.

2. For a second chance to win, leave a comment that answers the question: How do you think being a ten-year-old today is different from when you were ten years old.

3. For a third chance to win, leave a comment on another post on this blog.

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 listed here after the completion of the contest.

The winner will be notified by email, and 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 9:00 p.m. EST on 03/22/09, and the winner will be selected on or about 03/23/09.

Thanks for participating and Good Luck to all! 🙂



Giveaway – Plum Blossoms Earrings — 69 Comments

  1. My little grandchildren make me laugh. Like the old saying goes, If I’d known grandchildren would be so much fun, I would have had them first!

  2. When I was 10 I didn’t have a phone in my room, let alone a cell phone attached to my body at all times and talking and texting!

  3. Wow…I feel like so much has changed since I was 10. I would say that 10 year old kids today are already computer literate.

  4. When I was 10, we knew how to entertain ourselfs without computers, PS3 and such. We had a lot more social skills.

  5. “Friends” makes me laugh. Every time I watch it and I pretty much know all the words after all these years.

  6. I had no clue on cell phones or text messaging. Remeber seing the first ones on like “Miami Vice” and those 80’s shows. They were ginormous.

  7. What makes me laugh: A beautiful puppy or kitten playing on a nice sunny day!

  8. Being a 10-year-old today differs from when I was a 10-year-old is that they know so much more about computers than we did!!

  9. I commented on your “Circle of Life” comment post.
    I enjoyed reading it, thanks!!

  10. My baby Beverly makes me laugh. Just seeing her lying asleep in her crib makes me smile. She is my 10th baby (7 living children) and I am thankful EVERY day for the privilege.

  11. I think 10 year olds today lack a lot of life skills that we were taught by our parents. Parents now think they are only obligated until the kid starts school and then the school will teach them everything they need to know, which is stupid.

    I have a 10 yr. old that I homeschool, and she can cook, do laundry, and plan a menu. Her friend next door can barely even dress herself.

  12. My little brother makes me laugh…even if it’s not funny, if he’s laughing you just can’t not laugh!

  13. I think 10 year olds today are seriously deprived of imagination…they have so many movies and games and advertisements and outside influences to “think” for them, I don’t think half of them would know what to do with themselves if the power went out for a day! When I was 10, my brother and I played “archaeologists” for pete’s sake!

  14. My sweet little 2 year old son makes me laugh….he is just starting to talk up a storm and the things that come out of his mouth are TOO funny 🙂

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