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Beautiful Murano glass pendants to give away!

Look at these amazing Murano style glass pendants that I received from Auntie's Beads recently!  That's a six-inch ruler next to them so that you can get some idea as to size...these are not teeny tiny disappointing pendants.  No, they are big honking, colorful, in your face, gorgeous pendants!  They were sent to me to show you, to create some projects, and to give away!!


Over the next several weeks, I will be giving some of these pendants away, starting with that pretty blue glass donut in the lower left corner (Murano Style Glass Donut Pendant, Blue, 34mm).  All you need to do for a chance to win it is to leave me a comment telling me what you plan to use it for and you'll automatically be entered.  Easy, huh?  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 please 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: November 25, 2010.  Check back each week for new chances to win!    

Here are all the beads shown in the picture above:
Murano Style Glass Donut Pendant, Blue, 34mm
Murano Style Oval Pendant, Black/Red/Silver Foil Swirl, 34x60mm
Murano Style Glass Pendant, Round With Orange Flower, 30mm.
Murano Style Glass Heart Pendant, Brown With Silver Foil, 38mm.
Murano Style Fancy Cross Pendant, Black With Silver/Gold Foil
Murano Style Foil Butterfly Pendant, Blue Stripe, 40x60mm
Murano Style 50mm Disc Pendant, Black/Silver Foil
Murano Style Glass Rectangle Pendant, Red, 24x50mm

As regards FTC disclosure guidelines: I have received these glass pendants free of charge from Auntie's Beads in order to create some projects free of charge for you and to give away the rest.  I have not been paid for my endorsement as it pertains to the products received.

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Kathryn said…
I Love them ALL ! With the blue doughnut, I would stitch a peyote bail and hang it from a slinky, circular herringbone rope. Maybe with Charlottes. The best part is this doughnut is delectable and calorie free !
Paul Bishop said…
Using multiple thin silver chains studded with crystal drops matching the colours, I'd make it into a choker necklace with the doughnut as the focal point.
Terry Pugh said…
Well, it's beautiful all by itself but,I'd like to have fun with it and make one of my funky owls with it. It would be the pretty body. :) All the charms are lovely.

Linette said…
I love the butterfly, it would be beautiful with some other beads in shades of blue as the center of a necklace.
Cherie said…
I love that blue donut. I would use it to create a funky necklace.
Unknown said…
I would incorporate it into a necklace design involving copper wire-wrapped silk.
I'd give it to My Little one, she's the creative genius here when it comes to creating necklaces!
Bluebird said…
well....(warning:this might be long!)
i would use the doughnut in a necklace with maroon seed beads and some bigger green beads.
for the cross pendant, i would put some tan seed beads with it and probly a few bigger beads of the color white surrounding the pendant.
+Flamingo Pink+
didn't turn out too long after all!!!
Bluebird said…
ummm....oh ya!!!
i know what i was going to say now,
i left a link on my blog!!!
and heres the email

+Flamingo Pink+
Mishqueen said…
HEllo! Christmas is covered with these babies! Sisters, you're gonna love this...
MoonRae said…
All the pendants are beautiful.I'd make a necklace for my sister with that donut since that blue is one of her favorite colors.Thanks for a lovely giveaway
Deborah said…
Such interesting colors in that donut! I'd do some copper wire wrap on it, make it the focal of a necklace, and attach it with similar multi-color silk ribbons & yarns, also wrapped with copper & a few random-placed glass/crystal beads for extra sparkle.

Thanks so much for the chance to win it!
I love the colors in the blue donut! I'm thinking I would keep it simple to truly make the donut the focal. I'd use small red beads (seed beads, or czech glass) to make a bail and necklace.
Keeping my fingers crossed!
Gloria said…
I think I would try to incorporate the blue donut in a bead embroidered piece.
wizardewu said…
The blue donut is beautiful by itself. I would make a simple pendant with it.

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wizardewu said…
I tweeted the giveaway with a link.
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Annita Wilson said…
I think that the blue donut would make a lovely toggle worn at the side of a multi strand necklace with a beaded bar clasp
WOW! they are all really nice. I would love to take them and incorporate them into bead embroidery projects.
Joan said…
Oh, I just LOVE all of them!!!
I would be "over the moon" if I won, because, I'm not in the position (financially) to buy any right now...I would make something for one of my daughters (they're both teachers) to make the kids in their classes SMILE!!!!!!!
Anonymous said…
I would make a pendant out of it! It is beautiful! Lori Crawford at
Lisa Crone said…
Ooh how fun, love it all, but that blue donut is yummy!! Happy Thanksgiving Cyndi!! :)