Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Giveaway: Cross from Auntie's Beads


Although I like this piece a lot, I haven't been able to come up with a project in a reasonable amount of time.  My stuttering brain is your gain!

***Free Stuff Alert!!!***

Would you like to have this cute little Squared cross pendant?  It's about 1-1/8 inches across...not too big, not too small.  Just leave me a comment below and tell me what your personal favorite gemstone or other bead material is and you'll automatically be entered to win.  If you tweet or post on Facebook or other social spots about the contest, you can leave a second comment and be entered twice!

Please make sure that your link will lead me to an email address, or else I won't be able to contact you.  No contact, no win, and I simply have to go on to the next person.  Deadline: July 26, 2011   



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9 comments:

ChristyLDesigns said...

I make lampwork beads, so I would have to say those are my favorite to use. Other than mine I try to use mainly artist made beads of different materials as my focal beads for pieces.

Kathryn said...

I really would be hard pressed to say what my favorite is, because I think the combination of gemstone beads, pearls and seed beads is so amazing. But my favorite gemstone ( and color ) is turquoise !

Donna said...

Well....that's a hard question. Most of my work is done with seed beads. But I have to say...I really love dragon's veins agate and hematite.

Donna said...

I shared this on facebook.

Noemi said...

I love working with any handmade beads, but when it comes to natural stones, I would say that CZs are my fav. Although I love working with any semiprecious stone as they are all lovely in the right project.

Linette said...

This is very pretty! Opals are my favorite gemstone, but I really like turquoise too.

Eileen Bergen said...

Wire. I love working with wire.

andreatrank said...

Since I do so much bead weaving, I would have to say Czech Glass is a favorite. The sizes are so dependable, there are so many colors, styles, shapes and sheens. They even can look like the real gemstones and often have far more standard sized holes to work with and are often a fraction of the cost.

Randy said...

In my younger days I remember making a lot of shell necklaces that I would pick on the beaches here in hawaii. I was just thinking with a nice mix of those beads and shells I could probably create something original and unique.

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