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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Giveaway: Tagua nut beads from Ecuadorian Hands




Ecuadorian Hands has been a part of our list of suppliers for quite some time now as a bead supplier to consider.  They are also one of our advertisers, whom you will find in the sidebar!  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 to win a nice selection of tagua nut beads from among those show above?  I can't tell you exactly what beads you will get because they will be shipped to you directly by Ecuadorian Hands, but I'm sure they'll be wonderful!  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 2, 2013


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44 comments:

Carol Creech said...

I would love a chance to win a selection of these gorgeous beads! Thanks for the opportunity :)
Carol

pupton said...

Cyndi, I love these Tagua nut beads! I would love to win!

Anna said...

I just read the interesting article on the origin of Tagua beads.Beautiful beads in lovely colors!Greetings from Greece!
❁Anna
Snapshotjewellery

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Ohhh what a great giveaway. I am very aware of Ecuadorian Hands and the fabulous product they carry.
Please count me in. I would love these beads.
Nicole/Beadwright
beadwright (AT)HOTmail DOTCOM

Michelle W said...

I have always looked at and admired Tagua beads. I would love to win these and work them into my jewelry designs.

Kashmira said...

Me, me :-) I would love to have some of these to play with :)

My email is aneri.masi at gmail.

Kashmira said...

I shared on my facebook page too :)

My email: aneri.masi at gmail

Thank you!!!!

Deb said...

Would love to win these....thank you

ACBeads said...

I didn't know until today what vegetable ivory was. I would love to make some jewellery with it.
acbeads AT gmail DOT com

ACBeads said...

I've written a bilingual post about tagua beads and this great giveaway. Thank you.
acbeads AT gmail DOT com

http://acbeads.blogspot.pt/2013/01/sorteio-de-contas-de-jarina-tagua-beads.html

ACBeads said...

I've shared on my FB.
acbeads AT gmail DOT com

Alicia said...

Oh, Tagua nut beads - I've been admiring them for a while; I would love to win them!
Thank you for the opportunity.

Robin Johnston said...

I too would love to win these. Mizjay at verizon dot com

Jeanne aka Gem Chick said...

I've been wondering about how I might use tagua nut beads. Winning these would give me the opportunity to "play" a little.
Thanks!

Andrea said...

I love Tagua nuts. I incorporate them into my floating bead necklace design. I hope I win. Thanks, Andrea Trank andreatrank@yahoo.com

Φανή Παπ., Ζωγράφος said...

Wow!!So beautiful beads!! I wish, I am lucky!!! Kisses from Greece.

Designed by Vera said...

Beautiful!, I have never had the chance to work with Tagua nuts. The are a beauty to behold. Would love the chance to work with them! Thanks

maloneve@gmail.com

Paula Lee M. said...

Tagua nut beads are perfect for use in light weight jewelry for people with arthritis of the neck. The shapes and colors give a wide range of design choices. I like to use it in fiber jewelry. You can reach me at mouski7@yahoo.com.

Anonymous said...

What fun!!!!

Fireweed Jewelry and Gifts said...

They look so.. smooth to the touch. Thanks in advance if I win them!!!!!!! Carolyn gitksanfire@yahoo.com

Catcophony said...

I have been intrigued with Tagua nut beads and slices since they first hit the jewelry design market a few years ago. Needless to say I would LOVE to win some and see what I can create!

Sharon Linder said...

Beautiful beads! I love natural beads! Thank you!
Sharon
srlinder@gmail.com

Nikki Hottman said...

These beads are so beautiful! What a fabulous giveaway this is!

KayzKreationz said...

I would soooo love to win some of their beads to try and work with.

KayzKreationz said...

Just tweeted about their beads & your giveaway. https://mobile.twitter.com/kayzkreationz/status/295789168041291776

moonsockrose said...

I have buttons made from the Tagua nut - I'd love some beads!

Tina Pippo said...

I didn't know that there are seeds looking like ivory!! It's amazing!! Thank you very much for the giveaway!!
My email is: pippotina@yahoo.gr
Thank you very much!!

Demi Mist said...

Thank you for the opportunity!

beautyandthemist@gmail.com

ccrider2006 said...

I would love to win

Angi said...

What an awesome giveaway! Pretty please count me in! Thanks a bunch!

Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

Becky Pancake said...

Thanx Cyndi for a chance to try Tagua nut beads. They seem really interesting to me.

Becky Pancake said...

I tweeted about your great giveaway.

moonlitfantaseas said...

I would love to win a few of these! I have never used Tagua nut beads before

Mitzi Schwien said...

Wow what beautiful beads i would LOVE to win these. Thanks for the opportunity to enter :-)

Anonymous said...

I can think of a wonderful use for these beads, and I love Tagua nut products. Thanks very much.

rwrw@comcast.net
Rosalie

Karen said...

Love those beads, Thanks

Dorisanne said...

Those are beautiful! What a great giveaway :)

Aurora Hawke said...

What lovely beads. These will give a beautiful, organic look to projects.

jc said...

Love, love, love to win some of these beautiful beads!!!

email is jchlane@yahoo.com

Marj said...

Love those beads. Thank you

Unknown said...

I have just started beading and would love having these beads for my newest hobby! Thanks

Rosalie Tsorvas said...

Hi from Australia :) Wow, I have always loved the vibrant colours of these Tagua beads. It would be amazing to win some of them. I am always working out ways to include natural materials in my jewellery and if it helps the Ecuadorian people, so much the better :)

Carole said...

Count me in for the giveaway. I would love to play with these.

Arrtygirl said...

Gorgeous colors, organic material (sometimes described as vegetable ivory!) - love 'em!

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