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Celebrating 200 Followers: Handmade Jewellery Giveaway!

It appears I've reached two hundred followers across Bloglovin and Google Friend Connect, so in order to celebrate this I'm giving away two beautifully handcrafted necklaces made and designed by myself, to two different readers. Would you like to get your hands on these beautiful pieces of jewellery? Well continue reading to find out how!

Triple Button Necklace - Can also be worn as bracelet

Firstly up for grabs is this triple stretched clay button necklace. It is made from buttons I crafted in ceramics whilst working on my Retorta Conscientia collection you can see the whole making process here: Process 1Process 2 and Process 3




Glass Droplets Necklace - Can also be worn as bracelet

Secondly up for grabs is this single drop glass necklace. It is made from one of the glass droplet buttons I also made in ceramics whilst working on my Retorta Conscientia collection you can see the whole making process here: Process 1 and Process 2




How To Win

All you have to do is comment below with your full name, email address and which design you prefer and why. Once you have done this I will enter you into my competition database with everyone else and two of you will be selected at random. 

If you are worried about privacy, you can email me your details to sarahjane05@gmail.com

EXTRA ENTRIES
If you would like to improve your chances of winning then follow me on GFC, Bloglovin, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest (each one is linked except GFC which you can find in the right side bar). The more platforms you follow me on the more times I will enter you into the competition database, just add to your comment what platforms you are following me on to make sure I don't miss you! Don't worry if you are already a follower it still counts, just comment/email letting me know. Don't worry I will be checking so no one can cheat :)

Additional InformationI will post internationally. Although items will be well packaged if they do happen to be broken or lost in the post unfortunately they will not be covered. You can only win one item per person and address. If both winners have put the same necklace as their preferred choice, the person who was randomly selected first will receive their preferred choice. Winners will be contacted via email, if you do not claim your prize within 1 week a winner will be chosen again. Entries can still be made until all necklaces are claimed (this post will be updated then) winners will be announced on here and twitter after being claimed by email.

GOOD LUCK!

SJ
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Comments

  1. Hey!
    Great giveaway, I love the droplets necklace :) Count me in for the giveaway. Already following on all your links!

    Kristine
    krutled04@gmail.com
    www.pugglewearsprada.blogspot.com

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  2. Pretty, I love the Glass Droplets Necklace, it's simple and lovely.
    I'm following your Bloglovin' FB and Pinterest as Solarride Rivernik
    I'm following your Twitter @Solarride

    Mona
    solarride.rivernik[at]gmail.com

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