29/08/2012

A bit of a shameless promo giveaway!

Howdy folks,

I've never done a promo quite like this before but I have decided that I am going to have a giveaway for my first ever encased tree bead! This is the first of it's kind for me and a style that I have been working on and developing over the past few months.

I submitted a picture of this bead in a fit of 11th hour bravery for the Beads and Beyond Jewellery Maker of the Year competition (lampwork category) earlier this year and blow me down, it only went and took 2nd place! Anyhow if you would like to own this rather substantial bead then all you have to do to enter is follow my blog by email using the box over there -------->




The last date to enter my giveaway by subscribing to my blog is the 30th of September and I will select winner at random from the list of my email subscribers on the 1st of October 2012.
Best of luck
Jolene x

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29 comments:

  1. Lovely lampwork! I am always attracted to trees. I cannot even begin to figure out how something so intricate is done. So happy to have found you!
    Enjoy the day. Erin

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    1. thank you for the lovely message Erin, Jo x

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  2. Having seen this bead in person, I can honestly tell you it's even more gorgeous than in the photos, if that's possible! Just beautiful work.

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  3. I really admire your work:) I would be glad to sit this on my shelf with my treasured art pieces:)

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  4. Its a beauty Jo, I would be proud to own that beadie and display him on my dresser in the kitchen for all to see. Lx

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  5. That's wonderful Jo! Congrats on your win, here's to bravery!

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  6. There is something even more magical about encased beads- I half expect to see a hobbit!

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    1. Thank you Cathy, I wish that there were, making that would be a skill and a half!

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  7. That is a fantastic bead Jo, well done on your entry and coming 2nd;)x

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  8. Ok, I'm game! I love the tree bead among many others of your delightful beads!

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  9. I cannot imagine what it takes to create something as lovely as this! I only discovered your work a few weeks ago, but I have oggled it plenty in that time LOL

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  10. Ah Jolene, you know I love your work - crazy molten glass work fascinates me! Greetings from a fellow Handmade Artist (Blue Highways Books)

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