Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Giveaway: Tagua nut beads from Ecuadorian Hands




I added Ecuadorian Hands to our list of suppliers quite some time ago, because I really liked the concept of a renewable and responsible product that could easily replace animal products in our work.  Tagua nut beads, aka exotic ivory, are grown and harvested in Ecuador and crafted into beautiful beads and pendants that I know you'll want to try out yourself...


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

Would you like that nice pile of beads shown at the top of this post?  Just leave me a comment below 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: February 21, 2012


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46 comments:

Carol Creech said...

What wonderful beads! I would love a chance to win. I have ideas for them already... :)

Carol Creech said...

I have tweeted about the giveaway @ccreechstudio Thanks for the second opportunity to win!
Carol

KayzKreationz said...

I would love a chance to win these beads. I love green/recycled/reused items and these look wonderful to use. Thanks for the opportunity.

KayzKreationz said...

Just tweeted about these great nuts and your giveaway. I love these beads.

https://twitter.com/#!/kayzkreationz/status/169461299271581697

Pine Ridge Treasures said...

I'd love to win these fabulous beads - thanks for the chance!

quiltingjewel39 said...

These beads are great but the fact that they are renewable is awesome. Makes them that much more special. Thanks for the chance to win.
rmar261783@aol.com

Nancy Ludvik said...

I love stringing & jewelry making and also try to live a 'green' lifestyle. These beads are perfect being renewable! And they are great looking!

Katherine said...

Love the Idea of Eco- friendly beads. Would be nice to work with too. Hope I win. Thanks
http://www.terrabeadworks.com

chicandfrog said...

Is this open to international readers as well? I really hope so!

Thanks for the chance!

Ambra
chicandfrog at libero dot it

Cyndi L said...

But of course it is! International readers are always welcome to enter :-)

LisaS said...

Gorgeous beads! Sign me up, I would love to take a chance for the win ;)

LisaS said...

Hi! I just posted your GiveAway on my blog too!

Wildcard said...

I would love to win these beads.

Wildcard said...

I tweeted and facebooked this contest, too.

Manola Maria said...

I would certainly love to enrich my bead stash with such beautiful beads! Thank you for the opportunity Cyndi.

Manola Maria said...

I just shared o facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000668968876

m-manola@otenet.gr

stephanie_mcginley said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win these wonderful beads!
Stephanie

stephanie_mcginley@hotmail.com

Calla said...

I've always loved these nut beads but I've never found any to play with. I'd love to play!

Debbie said...

Awesome! First time I've seen these beads.

Donna said...

These are such beautiful beads and the idea behind them. Thanks for such wonderful giveaways!

Donna said...

I just shared your post on facebook! Congrats to whoever ends up winning these!

Michelle said...

Great giveaway! The beads are beautiful!

mlb_bowman@yahoo.com

Paula Lee M. said...

I would love to use these in my fiber worked necklaces. I love your site.

Kimberly R. said...

i love the colours and shapes. thanks for the giveaway!

k_rampersad03 at yahoo dot com

melindaw@bellsouth.net said...

I have never worked with the Tagua Nuts before but they look great.

Shaiha said...

What neat BEADS! I would love to give them a new home.

Shaiha said...

I shared the giveaway on FB.

Skye said...

Those are beautiful beads! I would love a chance to play with those! I followed Shaiha's fb link to get here. She leads me to the best blogs and shops :)

Alex said...

i LOVE THE BEADS! bEAUTIFIL!

Skye said...

Shared this giveaway on my blog :) http://skyescreativechaos.blogspot.com/2012/02/ff-update.html

Kristi said...

Would love for a chance to win the beautiful beads! Thank you!

peartreejan said...

Lovely beads! I would be thrilled to win, thanks!

Mary Shemon said...

Oh would I love to win these. I am getting kinda tired of the same-old beads and could use a change of GOOD pace.

Beetique said...

These are great looking beads. Thanks for the chance to win them!
beetique@gmail.com

Gill said...

Fabulous beads!
I would love to win some!

Carol D. said...

Love these beads and the color palette. And a renewable resource. What else could you ask for?

Mary said...

Yummy! what a wonderful collection of beads, I love the idea of using Tagua beads because they are so versatile.

Miri Agassi said...

Beautiful beads. Looove them. I am going to write about this giveaway in my blog and face book!

Miri Agassi said...

Posted it in my blog http://beadwonders100.blogspot.com/2012/02/giveaways-feb-2012.html
and in facebook :-)

graypeape said...

groovy!!! *fingers crossed*

april, owlape@aol.com

Kirsi said...

I have planned to try these in my design.But did not get them yet.This was a good reminder.
Kirsi

Anonymous said...

Fabulous beads! I have a couple of tagua beads from a local bead shop, and they just FEEL so nice in hand. I'd love to give these a nice home, too. I can feel my creative juices beginning to flow already! Thank you for making them available.

cw whitedogjewelry said...

These are beautiful, 'would love to win, thanks for the opportunity.
Chris
khakit@verizon.net

Mary Hicks said...

Pick me! Pick me!

CreationsbyKari said...

Would love to win these beauties! Hope I'm not too late :)

Carolyn said...

Love the beads. Have seen lots of projects using them but have not seen them anyplace. Would love to win them

Carolyn
Carolynscreations@live.com
Carolynscreationswa.blogspot.com

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