Thursday, August 02, 2012

Bead Swap...

In the efforts of Destashing, I thought I might do something a little different.  How about a Bead Swap?  Sounds fun!  Up for grabs are five of the components available in my Shop.  Four of them are original designs by me and one of them was designed by my sister, Cynthia.  Some of them are in bronze and the others are in copper.  They have a retail value of $90!  I'll also throw in a mystery surprise!

Would you like to get your hands on them?  Leave a comment on this post with an offer of what you'll give in trade before Friday at midnight.  (Make sure to leave an email address, so we can exchange contact information.)  I'll pick one and then we can get to swapping!

7 comments:

Stepha said...

This is totally awesome. I would love to enter but I have very limited artiaisn beads. I don't even have anything from you as Cynthia. But one day I will!! Hope you have a wonderful night!! I'll check back to see who won. :)

Jennifer said...

My first thought of trade- not beads. But a Medusa tile for over the door, and a custom faux-saic from a picture you submit of the felines. Clay. All clay today!

Regina said...

Would love to swap some beads or even a piece of jewelry for these beauties. Thank you!

KayzKreationz said...

Not sure what I could trade, but I have a small fused glass bowl to hold candies,knicknacks, etc.

Pine Ridge Treasures said...

Hi, Andrew! I would love to trade. I have a cool focal by Keith O'Connor, several focals by Marsha Neal, Ceramic Beads from a few different artisans, swarovski crystal and pearls, and awesome Czech glass in a variety of shapes and sizes. I also have vintage crystal earrings from the 1950's.

Lisa Lodge
jewelryprt@yahoo.com

Pine Ridge Treasures said...

Andrew - forgot to mention that I have some lovely lucite flowers and leaves, and gemstones including blue lace agate and lapis lazuli.

belvedere beads said...

Oh well, I'm late. But Andrew I would love to trade some of my glass beads for these. Maybe some crows or some white beads, I think I remember that you like milk glass. Your choice.