The winner of the March 2011 One-a-day jewelry challenge giveaway is...
KATHY ADAMS !!
Kathy, I have three quick tasks for you.
1) Choose your favorite pendant: Day 1, Day 11, Day 21, Day 25, or today's, below. (Day 30 is a brooch, so not a choice.) Apologies -- days 1 and 11 sold quickly, so if you want one of those, I'll make a new one. I was smart enough to stop putting trees in the shop after that, so 21, 25, and today's are ready to send.
2) Write a comment below this post telling me which Tree of Live Pendant is your favorite, and why you like it best.
3) Send your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can ship it.
Today's tree...? The sorry little winter tree from day 25 was a perfect expression of how I feel about winter. However, I will grudgingly admit that the crazy late snow we had two days ago was beautiful; the clean white powder vanished as quickly as it fell, with no time to get tracked up and dirty. It reminded me there is beauty in winter, so I'd like a do-over for the winter tree. Here is my second submission. The wire is copper and the snow is made from crystal quartz, moonstone, mother of pearl, and freshwater pearls.
Big apologies for repeating news from yesterday, but I'd like to catch today's visitors...
~ I am going to start posting twice a week. On Mondays I'll do an artist's choice post or piece; could be anything. Wednesdays will be Wedding Wednesdays (don't laugh) -- sparkly or formal pieces designed for weddings or other formal occasions. All this starts on April 6.
~ If you're local, you'll be able to see my jewelry in Candle Lab, Worthington OH, between June 1 - Aug 31. I am their featured artist this summer :) Otherwise, I do sell my jewelry from this web site. You can also email me about customizations, etc.
~ I've had questions about liking me on FaceBook. Look under the navigation links in the right column of this page. In the FaceBook text (begins with little f in little blue square) if it says Like then click it. If it says Unlike, don't :) This will keep you in touch with any sales, news, giveaways, etc.
And most importantly, thank you so much for visiting. You've made this a truly exceptional experience. Don't be a stranger!
Sue Lacy Wired
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