Thursday, June 24, 2010

Thursday Giveaway...

This week, one lucky winner will take home some elegant and easy-to-use "pinch bail" components. These sterling silver lovelies come courtesy of Alisa Masiejczyk of Shoutrinse on Etsy. The winner will claim the prize of two pairs of earwires and one "pinch bail" for a pendant. (I'm a smitten kitten with these "pinch bail" components, CLICK HERE to see what I've done with mine.)

To enter to win these stunning findings, all you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post. One lucky winner will be randomly selected from the comment section of this blog post on Monday (June 28th) at midnight EST. Make sure to leave your name if it doesn't already appear next to your comment for easy verification. This giveaway is open to all participants, including, but not limited to international readers.

Bonus Points: You can earn an extra entry by blogging, updating your Facebook page, and/or Twittering about this Thursday Giveaway! Don't forget to add your act of social media kindness as a separate comment for your extra entry!

31 comments:

Lucid Moon Studio said...

These are really cool! I like what you did with them in your previous post. I would love a chance to win. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Lisa

Nicki said...

Everybody is so busy with the bead soup..... I am the second one to comment - but these look really cool - I need to check out what you did with them.

Joana said...

Andrew, this giveaways are getting better and better.
This components are amazing. I used some similar ones on vintage nouveau glass drops, the result is fabulous!
Thanks for this one!

Janet said...

These giveaways are really thoughtful Andrew. I will have to post them on my blog as The Bead Partys about over now. Thank you for the chance it is really appreciated!

moonlitfantaseas said...

wow these are really cool, and I like how you used them, great give away!
Norma

gretchen said...

Oh, those are great and I love the way your's look!

Miss Lissa said...

I've never seen anything like the earring bails before. How cool!

Rebecca said...

So pretty and elegant, I'd love the chance to win!

Alice said...

I've seen these before (though not as earrings), but have never used them. Thanks for the chance to win these beauties!

Alice
thepetersons13@mchsi.com

Emerald Window said...

Don't you just love special findings? There is nowhere in my town to find anything remotely unique. I get a lot of mine off of Etsy as well.
Cenya

Emerald Window said...

Me Again - I put your Give-Away on my Facebook and Twitter as well as your permanent spot on my Give-Away Sidebar.
Cenya

heather wynn millican said...

very cool component & Love what you created. the layered look is my favorite :)

balanced. said...

I love the ear wires! They are inspiring all kinds of ideas.
I love what you did with them as well.
Thanks for the opportunity. :)

rach@balancedcrafts.com

Heather Elizabeth Brauner said...

Andrew ..more fantastic goodies for us ! I can see the pinch bails holding a matching pair of lamp work beads from my stash of hand made beads,I have been colecting hand made beads for yrs. I hope I'm the lucky one this week .peace and love Heather.

Davinia said...

Love these, the possibilities are endless. I'm off to spread the word and browse Alisa's Etsy store. Thanks Andrew.

Stephanie said...

Wow, those are so unique to me. Very pretty! I would love to win them.

Anne said...

Love them! Count me in!

Anne said...

Just checked her on Etsy and added her to my favorites. Great find Andrew!

SueBeads said...

Cool Andrew, they are nice! Thanks for hosting yet another giveaway!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Thank you Andrew for introducing us to Alisa's work! I have been looking for unique Silver findings for my polymer clay beads and the pinch bail ear wires are outstanding!

Mary said...

WOW! What a great way to make a pair of earrings. I am always looking for new and creative ways to complement the beautiful lampwork beads that I use for jewelry. Thank you for sharing.

Maureen C said...

Very unique! Thanks for letting us know about them and offering a giveaway. Love what you did with yours, always inspiring!

Copper Diem said...

Very cool! I'd love to win them!

Copper Diem said...

And here is my post about it!

Janet said...

PS Andrew I just blogged
a gift that I made and used your
familys charms..oxo

Clay By Clay said...

I've never seen such things before, very neat!
Jessica Clay

Jenny in Sacramento said...

Very cool Andrew! Thanks for the examples in the previous post!

Hannah said...

I've never seen earring findings like that! Those are just too cool.

Hannah B.

Moags and Smeet said...

Cool - would be keen to try the pinch bail concept. :) Off to check out the Etsy lik after a quick tweet about your giveaway.

~Moags (Laura)
moags.and.smeet(at)gmail.com

Lynn said...

oh the possibilities these hold! Count me in please!

beadingheartart(at)aol(dot)com

Jamar said...

You find the most awesome connections....folks, artists....goods.
I like what you did with these alot.