Greetings! It’s so nice to “see” you!
Welcome to my giveaway. This week, I have a very pretty choker-style necklace. 🙂
Sometimes a single bead is so beautiful that it can almost stand on its own. When incorporating it into jewelry, you want to be careful to create a simple backdrop so that the bead can take center stage. That’s how I felt about this exquisite vintage glass bead, which was made in Czechoslovakia.
It’s a mouthwatering shade of sapphire blue with a pastel flash of aurora borealis that takes my breath away. The bead is a bold 14mm in size and because it was machine-cut, the faceting is gorgeous! I decided to make a simple, uncluttered necklace to highlight this vintage bead and I used tiny Sapphire AB glass seed beads with Swarovski crystal accents.
Measurements: 18 inches in length.
Contest Rules and How To Enter
Any day you leave a comment on this blog – it is counted as a chance to enter that week’s giveaway.
For example, if you answer today’s question (you’ll find it below!) that will give you one chance.
But if you then come back another day this week and comment on a different post – you will have earned another chance in this week’s giveaway! There are usually 4-5 posts per week – Monday through Friday – so you can have multiple chances to enter!
When you comment you do not have to mention that it’s an entry in the giveaway. My blog program shows me all of the “comments” as they come in – so I do not miss any of them, and all will count to be entered into the drawing! 😀
Today’s question is:
What’s on your mind – right now?
The Boring Stuff . . .
You must be 18 yrs. old. After the completion of the contest, the name of the winner will be listed here. The winner will also be notified by email. If the 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. The prize will be mailed via USPS First Class Mail
All entries must be received by 9:00 p.m. EST on 04/18/10, and the winner will be selected on or about 04/19/10.