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For The Love Of Beads Giveaway Winner

Not as many readers entered for FOR THE LOVE OF BEADS' giveaway but those who did really loved the look of organic beads. Many of you said it was definitely your style! So now you know where to go when you get bead cravings. You got to like online shopping at any time of day or night!


BTW hang in there Monica and Lisa (Lucid Moon Studio)- the recession will not last out forever!

What I really liked about the beads was not only their earthy look and the history behind trade beads but also the ability to evoke emotion especially for Denise. She kindly wrote to let me know how much she  loved the beads because it reminded her of her childhood in South Africa and her journeys to other parts of Africa. She said "It is so beautiful in Africa, it really is like those pictures you see at sunset with the deep reds. Of course the cities are big , busy and dirty just like many other cities. I do hope South Africa will recover and someday be the country it wishes to be."

Alas only one person though can win these beads. Random.org picked number 6 and the person who wrote the 6th comment is Heather Cote of Azure Islands Creations! Congratulations! Please email me asap with your shipping information.

Didn't win? Don't fret. Watch out for the next giveaway!

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4 comments:

  1. Congrats to Heather!

    Sounds like you get some interesting stories from people hoping to win your beads!

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  2. Congrats Heather -happy jewelry making!
    -Stephanie

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  3. Congratulations Heather! I took a peek at your blog and found some great jewelry. I know you will make something fabulous with these beads!

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  4. Wow...thanks everyone...I'm thrilled Pearl. I do love those beads...I've made a few things with a different kind of hand painted glass beads from Africa, they were so much fun to work with as I'm sure these will be.

    Thanks Pearl...
    Cheers

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