Monday, December 7, 2015

Parawire $50 Wire Giveaway | Wire Flower Earrings Design Feature

By on Monday, December 07, 2015 154 Comments

Parawire, a US manufacturer, has a huge range of premium craft wire and they are back for another awesome giveaway (and a special reader discount)! The type I have been using lately are the fine silver plated copper core ones which are also coated and thereforetarnish resistant. The wire is soft and easy to manipulate.



I received more wire from them for review.  Last time, I compared their fine silver plated wire with other kinds I had in my studio.  This time I got to see and use more of their metallic colored wires. These were all coated for protection except for bare copper.  I really like their range of  luscious colors!  Each color can be used by themselves or combined in jewelry designs.


I also found one has to choose which shade of gold to use in designs!  Rose gold for example is like a pale copper color.  And that champagne gold is more yellow than the regular  fine silver plated one.


One reader emailed me to ask if I used Parawire for making the ear wires. My initial answer was no.  I had been using solid metal like sterling silver or sterling silver filled, copper, jeweler's bronze to make the ear wires.  I thought perhaps a few people may be allergic to the coatings.

But then the penny dropped.  The coating is arguably more beneficial for those who are totally metal allergic. Their skin will not be in contact with the metal.  I do have some metal allergies myself.  So I made some ear wires using 20 G fine silver plated wires and tested them myself.  Very comfortable to wear indeed and no problem at all.

I generally use 20 G or 22 G half hard wire for earrings. The copper cored Parawire is soft temper. So if you do make ear wires with Parawire, remember to work harden them. 20G is best as it is thicker and will help keep the shape.

Parawire (and other coated metals) is fine for earrings and necklaces as these pieces do not have the same wear and tear as rings and bracelets.  You can still use the coated wire for bracelets provided the pieces are not worn often.  I did test out a Parawire wire wrapped ring by wearing it everyday and the coating does wear off after a few weeks of hard wear.

In general I love making jewelry with Parawire for a few reasons.  If the trial designs turned out well, then they are saleable and at a lower price point than precious metal ones made in the same way. If not, it's not the end of the world because the wire is inexpensive.

As the coated wires are non-tarnish, they are easy to display without much care for long periods of time. Tarnish is one reason why I found consignment in a store to be tricky.

I had a lot of fun making wire flower earrings with several colors of Parawire.  Learn how to use a simple jig to make them in the tutorial which will be out later this week.






Titanium and Silver colors 



Giveaway


If you'd like to win $50 worth of any wire from Parawire, please make a comment below. Make sure you leave contact info below if you do not have an online shop or blog.

Email subscribers need to scroll down the post they receive, click on Share Comment and enter your comment. Pick Name/URL. If you don't have a store or blog, leave the URL blank.

This giveaway is limited to US and Canada.

Parawire is also offering a 10% discount for all purchases from now till the end of December 2015.  Use this code : bg1215 

Extra entries if you become or are a blog subscriber or follower etc. If you also do shout outs about this giveaway, those will count as additional entries too! Please say so in the comments.

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday, December 14, 2015 . I will pick the winner randomly and announce the results as soon as possible after. So be sure to leave a contact email if you don't have an online link or make sure you come back and check! Otherwise I will redraw in a week. Good luck!

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I used my iPhone 6S, the camera+ app and the Modahaus Tabletop Studio TS320 in natural light for the wire spool and final product pictures. Click here for more information on my How to Photograph Jewelry webinar  which will resume in January.

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154 comments:

  1. Cool!
    I like coated wire for the knitting stitch markers I make because of the wide range of colours available. I have been looking for a new source of wire, perhaps I should try this brand out.
    (@CherylM21 on Twitter)

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  2. I appreciate the photos showing the differences in the wire colours. (even though each computer may show them differently ) I would love to win the prize as I dont have parawire in my supply cupboard. (yet) I follow you with Feedly and on Facebook .I read your blog daily.
    www.mhotistudio.blogspot.ca

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  3. Oh this looks like very nice wire to play with, would love to try it!! Am subscriber and blog follower, fingers crossed, can be contacted at retro-grrl@hotmail.com

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  4. So many colors......so much fun!!

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  5. I LOVE Parawire. I use it all the time. It is consistently a great reliable wire. I would love to win this giveaway.

    Swillert@new.rr.com

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  6. Wow, I didn't know that! Thanks for the info, now a chance to win some wire, can it get any better?
    pglenda@yahoo.com

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  7. Thanks for the great review of Parawire! I've only used their bare wires, so I found it very helpful to learn out the sturdiness of the coatings. I'd love to win this contest! Lots could be made with $50 of wire!!! :)

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  8. Looking forward to your tutorial, Pearl.

    In the meantime, please enter me in the giveaway.

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  9. I love to use Para wire. Would love to add to my stash. I make jewelry for myself and friends. Great hobby!

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  10. I am just starting to experiment with wire and am loving it. It would certainly be great to have a larger selection of wire to work with. Wish me luck. Jana - skladan1980@gmail.com

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  11. I would love to try Parawire! Sounds amazing:)

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  12. I just recently started out jewelry making also and want to explore different techniques and jewelry types, but money is tight! Would love to win and build up my jewelry making inventory! Love your giveaways! Thanks for the chance!
    Donna J
    datmine2009@hotmail.com

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  13. Haven't used Parawire but would love to try working with it. Blog reader and subscriber.
    mlsjewel@yahoo.com
    marlene strait

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  14. So glad to learn about the coated Parawire. I make a lot of earring wires and knitting stitch markers and want to try this. A $50. prize would surely be welcome! Thank you.

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  15. Thanx so much for the review, very informative. I'm a polymer clay artist, but wire wrap all my cabochons. I've never used the coated wire, time for a new product line to play with, WooHoo!

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  16. I have used a little of their wire. I'd love to win this and be able to try more of it. Thx

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  17. Just tweeted about your post and giveaway.

    https://twitter.com/kayzkreationz/status/673874741103497216

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  18. Awesome giveaway! I would love to win!
    Tamera Vance ttangles@yahoo.com

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  19. Parawire is indeed a great wire to work with! I love using it in classes because the cost is low and the product is great!
    judyklarson@gmail.com

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  20. I have used parawire as well and I have been very pleased with it. I agree with what you said about tarnished pieces in consignment stores, it is a problem!

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  21. Would love to win this! I'm an avid blog follower and love your posts!
    Denise Kunz

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  22. I love to make things with wire and Parawire is one I haven't tried. I specifically like the idea of the non tarnish feature. Would love to receive some Parawire to try out.

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  23. OMGoodness, what a Merry Christmas to ME this would be!! (Yes, I'm a poet and didn't even know it!) THANKS for the chance to win such a great giveaway!!

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  24. I love parawire! I love having a choice of colors to use! I am a blog subscriber and I will be sharing this on my Facebook business page!

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  25. I love love love Parawire! Colors are amazing!

    Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.co

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  26. I'm a blog follower

    Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

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  27. Love Parawire. I just learned viking knit. A new craft for me! tcardillo@gmail.com

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  28. Hi Pearl
    I placed an order from Parawire and it came as scheduled. Nice quality and I have used the 28 gauge for crochet. Works very well. Thank you for the update on the earwire usage.
    Carol

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  29. Always looking for new things to try. This looks great. Thanks for the opportunity. celticartwitch@gmail.com

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  30. I would like to try Parawire as I have only tried that cheap stuff. Thanks for the giveaway!!!!

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  31. Beautiful wire!! Tweeting
    Carol
    DesigningI.etsy.com

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  32. shared at google plus !!! love your offer

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  33. Beautiful colors, but my favorite would be the Rose Gold. I love that color.
    Tinareabob@gmail.com

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  34. Love Parawire! It's affordable, easy to work with and comes in lots of fun colors.

    Please use email: lilcows@yahoo.com

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  35. Since the last give away & review I have purchased some of this Parawire and I love working with it!!! This would be a lovely prize to win and can't wait to see who is chosen.
    Thanks for the Coupon code too!
    Subscriber

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  36. I LOVE Parawire and you can never have too much of it! Thanks for the opportunity to potentially win these spools of Parawire and thanks for the great articles and tutorials. I am a blog follower!
    kathy (at) kurke (dot) net

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  37. My cupboard has spools and spools of Parawire in many colours. I absolutely love it!

    Just the other day I was doing some wrapping and while looking at the spool I was working off of I suddenly panicked! Even though there is still plenty on the spool - maybe 100 ft or so - I was afraid of running out. Why? Because I hate being without my Parawire!

    I like to buy my wire from them in the largest they have available in the gauge I want. I usually go for 300 feet if I can. I've spent quite a bit of time happily wrapping and making without thinking of running out.

    Now on the flip side I'm delighted to be to the point where I need to 'shop' for more! They have such a delicious range of colours and gauges that someone like me gets all 'wrapped' up in the shopping process as well! :0)

    Please oh please - chuck my name in there Pearl! I think I'm to the point where a $50 gift certificate would really help towards my usual $300 order!

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  38. I would love to win the Parawire. One can never have to much wire. I am a blog reader and facebook
    smamabird@aol.com

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  39. Wire working is fun. Would love great wire to work with!!!

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  40. Would like to give some wirework jewelry a go.

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  41. Pearl, I love all the colors and choices of wire on their site. I would love to win this. Thanks, Pat S

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  42. I pinned this on my Giveways board https://www.pinterest.com/pat1500/giveaways/ and under my jewelry tecniques/tools board for future reference https://www.pinterest.com/pat1500/jewelry-techniquestools/ Thank you

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  43. Love para wire! I am a blog subscriber, FB follower and pinned the giveawayhttps://www.pinterest.com/pin/365987907198119618/
    Thanks!
    zinc@att.net

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  44. I love Parawire and would love to win this.

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  45. I love using Parawire - with so many colours and in round and square wire it can be used for any Jewelry project!

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  46. I would really like to win the Parawire Giveaway. Thank you Pearl for your terrific site. I look forward to it every day.

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  47. I use ParaWire almost exclusively! I am still a fairly new wire jewelry artist and find that the colors are consistent and that I can often find just what I need. I make ear wires from 20 gauge parawire all the time! I hope I win, thanks!

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  48. Never tried this type of wire, definitely going to look into it - thanks!
    geri.actor@comcast.net

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  49. I used to use a lot of parawire. Not really sure why I quit as I was very happy with the product.

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  50. I shared on FB

    https://www.facebook.com/sShaiha/posts/10207950437468297?pnref=story

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  51. I am so interested in chainmail jewelry. I have made so many pieces and have given them away to family and friends and love to learn new weaves and designs. Parawire is an awesome product for my work.

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  52. ALLO I'LL NEVER TRY PARAWIRE BUT THOSE EARRINGS LOOK AMAZING. WOULD LIKE TO WIN THIS AND MADE SOME JEWELRY FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND ME FOR SURE!!
    I'M A SUSCRIBER. linda.lalibarte@hotmail.com

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  53. I LOVE creating with Parawire, and this was a fantastic idea to show the actual colors along with the beautiful flowers. It gives you an idea of what you can create! I have a fixed income, so winning this would be a gift from Santa! Merry Christmas and a healthy & happy holiday season to all!

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  54. I would be interested to see how well parasite works compared with other non-tarnish wire. Those gold colors can be tricky but the silver plate one looks like it has a nice tone.

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  55. Those colors are awesome. I've also been thinking about doing more wire jewelry and I think this wire would be great to work with! I hope I win some :D

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  56. Oh, I'm also a blog subscriber and I shared this on Facebook!

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  57. Your flower earrings are just darling! beadcontagion.blogspot.com

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  58. would love to try this wire out ! awesome giveaway!
    judy@rosewind.ca Judy

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  59. This would be fantastic! I've been making a lot of wire wrapped necklaces lately, and I'd love to play with new colors.

    rockdoc44@gmail.com

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  60. Greta gdmar@comcast.netDecember 7, 2015 at 4:07 PM

    I always need more wire so this giveaway is great! Thanks Pearl and Parawire!. Greta gdmar@comcast.net Almost forgot I am a blog subscriber.

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  61. Love Parawire! Need more! Thanks, Suzannemluttrell@gmail.com

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  62. I would be so grateful if I won. Wire is something I always am in need of. Thanks for the giveaways.

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  63. I love to use wire in my Kumihimo projects. I can already see dozens of projects for the wire. I wasn't familiar with them and am excited to find a source of so many colors and guages.

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  64. omg i love wire I NEEDS wire. going to share on my FB page

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  65. Very helpful post and a fabulous giveaway. Thank you! ~ Cindy
    martinshaw@comcast.net

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  66. Tweeted your giveaway!
    martinshaw@comcast.net

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  67. Pinned your giveaway!
    martinshaw@comcast.net

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  68. Subscribed to your blog/follower!
    martinshaw@comcast.net

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  69. I've always used raw metals and just started using the coated wires. I love, love, love not having to seal the wire to protect the finish! What I could do with this prize!

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  70. Wow this would be so great to win. Im doing wire things now for Christmas gifts and my wire stash is starting to run low. Thanks for giving me a chance to win! mbrugh69@gmail.com

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  71. I've used Parawire for almost everything except soldering for many years. I made my own jump rings for my chainmaille classes. I also sold my jump rings. I had to give this up for personal reasons. Nice blog!

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  72. Your article was a tutorial for me. I have some wire in my craft box but haven't had the time to use it yet. I certainly could use more. Retiring soon. So much wire needs so much time.
    Anne Adamczyk. Ladygrania@comcast.net

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  73. And I just liked your FB page. Because I really do like your FB page: )

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  74. Parawire has been and will continue to be my first and only choice in wire for all my jewelry making projects. Great giveaway.
    mcd1264@gmail.com. Mary Drayer. Wire weaver/designer

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  75. Thank you for the information and the opportunity. Windbent at gmail dot com

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  76. Pick me! Pick me! diananic@yahoo.com

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  77. Joan Tullo Fox from facebook. patchy13@gmail.com

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  78. Parawire will continue to be my one and only choice in wire. Great giveaway!!!
    mcd1264@gmail.com. Mary. Drayer. -Designer/Wire Weaver.

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  79. I love working with wire. This would be a nice gift to myself for Christmas. Thank you for the offer!

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  80. I have enjoyed using Parawire when I needed an alternative metal to Sterling. Love these colors and would love to win them!

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  81. WOW - well done review and i love the flowers =)

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  82. So many beautiful colours of wire! Gives me lots of ideas for some wireweaving projects.
    Mary S.
    mary.seagrave@sympatico.ca

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  83. Love the various colors of Parawire. It would be great to win this.

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  84. I'm very excited to win!
    But I'm also excited to find your website, off to explore!

    Lori Barlics
    lmbarlics@comcast.net

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  85. I've never used Parawire, but would sure love to give it a go! I follow you via a couple of channels, including your RSS feed. Thanks for the giveaway- your flower earrings are cute! :)

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  86. Would love to win this! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  87. What an informative post. And what an awesome prize.

    Sarahmarocha@gmail.com

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  88. I have been experimenting with wire wrapped jewelry to sell at a local jewelry studio and craft fairs. I would love to receive this giveaway, especially the copper wire which is hard to find in my area.

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  89. Such pretty colours! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Alikat2004 on Ravelry.com

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  90. Love to try this type of wire the colors are so beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win. Rhonda
    teeshaw57@yahoo.com

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  91. Hello from Toronto, CANADA (suburb of)
    I have not had the opportunity to try Parawire but some of my jewelry designer friends have and that is how I heard about it. I am in love with the Rose Gold and will be placing an order this evening. I appreciate the additional discount.
    I am also sharing your blog link with my facebook friends.
    Happy Holidays to all.

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  92. Wonderful colors. So nice of you to host this. One of us will be happy.
    ~cryssT

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  93. What a cute earring design. Love the flowers and the colors are great! Would love to win!

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  94. Love the look of this wire! I'm giving this contest a shout-out on my Pinterest board, "Contests".

    suelacroix@gmail.com

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  95. Love this wire!!! Im just starting out making wire things. patriciadiane@hotmail.com

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  96. I love to work with wire and this wire looks so nice!
    http://nellielaan.storenvy.com/

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  97. After years of using sterling silver and gold filled wire, I tried Parawire and was hooked. I would love to win this so I have lots of wire for my classes.

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  98. I love,love,love parawire. Those flower earrings are so cute. Thanks for sharing with us!!! I sure could use some of this wire ;)

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  99. Ear wires!! I want to make some in antique copper!! I love copper :) good luck to everyone that has entered :)

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  100. Love the parawire. And the flower earrings are so cute. I would love to have some Parawire to work with. Thankß for sharing all these goodies!!!! The last comment I forgot to add in my email address...duh!!! Lol
    LadySparo65@gmail.com

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  101. Tamara... mshugana@gmail.comDecember 7, 2015 at 9:51 PM

    I haven't been doing jewlery for very long. In the the time that I have been doing jewlery I have fallen in love with wire. The fact that you can take a straight piece of wire and create anything you want. Amazing! I love the choice of colours and would love to try some ideas I have with them.

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  102. I would like to try Para Wire.Maybe I will get lucky and win it. jdbabygirl57@yahoo.com

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  103. Wow! I would love to win this Parawire. The earrings look great.

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  104. Thanks so much for the instructions very pretty and for the chance to win. I love Parawire wire.

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  105. I would like to be a part of the giveaway and am a follower of your blog~ ^_^

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  106. Wow what a great starter collection!! Would love to win it..

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  107. I can never have too much WIRE. I want more.

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  108. I like using parawire. The colors are beautiful and they hold up well. Thank you for the chance to win. I also subscribe to your blog.

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  109. Thank you for the chance to win. I follow your Blog, Instagram , and Facebook page. I shared the link on my personal and business Facebook page.
    craftvaledesigns@gmail.com
    https://www.facebook.com/tc.welch.18
    https://www.facebook.com/CraftvaleDesigns/
    https://www.instagram.com/craftvaledesigns/

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  110. I love the choice of colors to be found on the Parawire site.

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  111. Oh I can't wait to give this wire a try! Love working with wire! Karla

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  112. Hello Pearl and parasite thank you two so very much for this grand opportunity ....Your the Cat's meow for sure....plz throw my name in the pot maybe I'll get a chance to finally try this wire out before I buy....ty again

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  113. the more I see of this Parawire the more I want to play with it, I like wirework and I love trying new metals especially as I am one of those people who can with wear destroy the plating on a lot of plated metals I have had earrings which went to base metal within less than 48 hours from gold plated wires, and I have turned gold and silver filled black within a week just on earwires- and the less said about necklaces and rings- I am a subscriber to your Facebook, e-mail blog and linked in feeds as well as twitter so I really hope I can get to try this out

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  114. This looks awesome! Wire art is my favorite! Contact me on my site or at webadmin@thaynefam.org

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  115. I'd be 'wired' to win this!

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  116. Best wire ever, so many colors and sizes. I'm hooked and now I have my sister hooked!

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  117. I love working with wire. All the great colors, I can already see all the things I can create. joanie_99@hotmail.com. Thank you Joan Campbell

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  118. Ooooo, PICK ME, PICK ME!! :) I haven't used their wire before. Wire that is easy to manipulate is right up my alley! Thank you for taking so much time to share all of techniques, tips, ideas, this is a great 1 stop website.
    My email is katieagast@hotmail.com

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  119. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win!! TY for hosting a giveaway :) If I win you can reach me by email:
    judymsgs@hotmail.com
    TYVM!!

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  120. Lovely thank you!

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  121. That would be awesome to win this gift card. I've never used parawire before but have been hearing lots of positive things. Saw on Facebook this contest and thought it would be very cool to win some!

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  122. I just love Parawire. My "go to" gauges are 20 and 26. maidenandcrone@gmail.com Amy Toohey

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  123. I don't use anything other than Parawire for my chain maille projects. My husband turned me onto Parawire and I'm hooked. He uses it for his wire wrapping projects. rstep@innernet.net

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  124. I love Parawire! I constantly use it to make many bracelets and necklaces. I never thought of using them for earring hooks!
    Email=> LadyMaille4u@gmail.com

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  125. Also shared this article on Facebook!

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    1. That is easy. You can either subscribe (free) to receive my blog posts daily OR weekly via email - see subscribe box on the top right. If you like/follow me on Facebook, Twitter etc, it also counts!

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  127. Love, love LOVE Parawire! Best jewelry making wire around!

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  128. I'd be 'wired' if I won.

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  129. I love all the para wire colors and it really is softer and easier to work with. mwerner21@gmail.com

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  130. I have tried several colors and gauges of Parawire. It works up beautifully.

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  131. I love using Parawire. I make most of my ear wires and bails using it. Some of my customers are allergic to nickel and some to precious metals so it seems to work perfectly for everyone. I particularly love the brilliant colors, it adds zip to my designs. I follow your blog everyday, there's always something interesting. Thank you.

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  132. longtime lover of parawire :D jet.kosanke@gmail.com

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  133. I am a blog subscriber and love Parawire. I use it on most of my jewelry. Love the colors and the flexibility of the wire.

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  134. I've never tried Parawire, but would love the chance. And a free chance is even better!

    creationsbyjae@gmail.com

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  135. I have never heard of Parawire before but I would love to try it thanks for the chance to win!!!!
    sally0630@frontiernet.net

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  136. I am an email subscriber
    sally0630@frontiernet.net
    pinterest follower
    pinterest.com/sally0630
    facebook follower
    Sarah Scott Oswald

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  137. Would love to try your wire! Hope I win !
    Rtrack122@bellsouth.net

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  138. Would Love to Win This! Thank You for the opportunity.
    jnaynay@comcast.net

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  139. I am also a Blog subscriber and follower. :)
    jnaynay@comcast.net

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  140. I would LOVE the opportunity to try out Parawire! It looks beautiful, and I've heard it works very well. Can't wait to win!
    - Joanie
    www.etsy.com/shop/SoBayBaubles
    SouthBayBaubles@yahoo.com

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  141. I've tried Parawire once before and liked it better than artistic wire. Would love to win this giveaway!

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  142. Will have to try some of this wire to make some ear wires. Thanks for the tip.

    Carolyn
    Carolynscreations@live.com

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  143. I haven't had the opportunity to try Parawire yet but I've heard lots of good things about it.I haven't seen it in my local bead stores so it would be great to win some to try it out. Thanks for the opportunity Pearl and of course Parawire.

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  144. I love this tutorial! I exclusively use Parawire! It is the best. I'm definitely running low and need to pick up some 20 gauge in more colors soo . Can't wait to try this!!

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  145. I use parawire for wire crochet. I also use 20 ga parawire for ear wires. I love the quality. Thanks for the great tutorial and the great giveaway.

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  146. I have tried Parawire only once, and I was pleasantly impressed! I hope to be the lucky winner. Contact me at: thesauciestwench@yahoo.com

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