Friday, August 12, 2011

Giveaway - Polymer Clay Beads

Since I've stopped designing jewelry and am only making paper beads and handmade journals, I decided to start destashing my LARGE supply of beads.

What I've planned: one giveaway a month!

polymer clay disk beads

My first giveaway is a set of (42) brightly colored Polymer Clay Disk Beads.  Measures 10mm - 12 mm (approx. ½") in size.  Beads are drilled with holes for stringing.

Includes shipping in US only.

All you have to do is tell me what you plan to do with the beads.  Don't forget to include your e-mail address so I can contact you if you win.  One comment per e-mail address. 

Feel free to spread the word to all your beading friends.  I'll be using Random.org to pick the winner. 

The giveaway will last through Friday, August 26th.  I will contact you on Saturday, August 27th.  If you don't contact me by Wed, August 31st, I will draw a second number. 
Good luck!

29 comments:

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

I love the pink and orange butterfly one! I think I'd make that one into a simple necklace :)
I would use the rest in my scrapbooks!

Pretty Pretty Swicy said...

Such a great idea! Such a need to destash myself.

Janet said...

My 12-year-old daughter literally gasped when she saw these. She's a huge fan of Sculpey clay--she makes entire scenes with animals, trees, etc. and I would give them to her to create a new masterpiece.

Erika said...

These are so cute! I am going to be good and say I don't need them but I still wanted you to know that these are great!

Camille said...

Beautiful! I would use these to make pretty necklaces and bracelets with my daughters! Thank you for the opportunity! :O)

Camille said...

Forgot to add my email it's camillelane@rocketmail.com ;)

Heather said...

Oh these look like fun, my three year old son and I would probably make some kind of bracelets with them or some kind of crafting with them.
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ElfRenee said...

Cute! I'd put these on bookmarks!

reneelasater(at)hotmail(dot)com

kiddo said...

I would incorporate these into the plushies I make.

kiddomsg at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

What lovely beads! I would make necklaces for my daugher and her best friend. Thanks for the chance to win. :)
Zoe0825@verizon.net

VintageQueenGF said...

Wow, thanks for the giveaway - these are fabulous! I'm a 7th grade language arts teacher, so I if I won these beauties, I'd divide them up into plastic baggies and then add them to my prize bin (I can tell you already the girls would go crazy for them). I might keep just a couple for myself ; )

Rachel
vintagequeengf(at)gmail(dot)com

wizardewu said...

I would make necklaces and bracelets from these beads.
eugeniewu at gmail dot com

littleangel_mw said...

I would love to make some anklets out of them to give for christmas gifts. (Beautiful beads!)

littleangel_mw at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I would use the beads to make a watch band.

Rosedenise527@yahoo.com

jhitomi said...

I would use some of these to make necklaces. Or maybe some kind of key chain charm to hang on my purse.
Thanks for destashing!
jhbalvin at gmail dot com

Donna's Artisan Designs said...

Hi! I just LOVE these, and using polymer clay to make beads, mine never turned out this good tho LOL...I am teaching my granddaughter to bead and she would absolutely LOVE these for her "nice bead" stash as she calls them, she separates her regulars from her "nice beads" and uses the nice beads as focal beads!
I am "ItzMeDonnaOK@yahoo.com"

CT Mom said...

I'd make a necklace with my daughter.

Kimberly W said...

I would make matching jewelry for my beautiful nieces, they would LOVE these beautiful and colorful beads.
Halochanel at gmail dot com

Liz said...

I would make some jewelry with my daughter. She is really into beads at the moment.

Melinda Ann said...

I would love to use these beads to craft with my step-daughter! Melinda Ann

melinda.ann.greene@gmail.com

Mich(Pixe's Treasure Chest) said...

These beads are sooo cute! I know of 2 young budding jewelry makers who would love to be gifted with these!
pixedust36@yahoo.com

TopHat said...

My daughter would love to make a necklace with these!

hrfarley at gmail dot com

Andria said...

Beautiful beads! I would be happy to help you de-stash. :-) My daughter will soon have her 4th birthday, and I was thinking she is now old enough to have a little necklace to enjoy, and these would made a perfect gift for her. The beads have many of my daughters' favorite things--stars, hearts, butterflies, and flowers. I could easily find projects for both girls (and I!) to enjoy the beads. (I can see incoporating some into bookmarks, card embellishments, and book bindings.) Thanks for the opportunity! My email is aleakaskey@yahoo.com.

Barb said...

I love those flower and butterfly ones! Seriously I love all of those beads! I'd like to make bracelets or anklets with them and some other beads!

barbs562 AT gmail DOT com

Alesha said...

I think I would plan a bracelet with those beads!

Thanks for the give-away!
Alesha
aleshakay.etsy@gmail.com

Megan C said...

I would make a necklace, and use a couple to make wire wrapped rings.
meglenicole@yahoo.com

Klemm Family said...

I love these! I would use them either in sewing projects are random art/decor projects.
skklemm at gmail dot com

Kim said...

would make myself some earrings!

kimbers867 (AT)comcast(DOT) net

Dana Feldman said...

I would take them and make a necklace, bracelet, and earrings. I have round floral clay beads, tiny ones, and bicones, to make a gorgeous set.

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