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Beadcomber's $20 Gift Certificate Giveaway and Fabulous 50% Discount for Polymer Clay Jewelry Tutorials

I really like Tina Holden's shop name, Beadcomber. Great pun. Fitting too as Tina lives in Claoquot on Stubbs Island in British Columbia, Canada.   She clearly gets some of her inspiration from Nature - her tag line is West Coast Inspired Sun and Beach Jewelry.

Beadcomber is full of her eclectic mix of tutorial designs, molds and silk-screens.  She has some rather lovely batik shimmer tutorials and some novel ones like faux ceramic, faux gemstone and so on.  One lucky winner will receive Tina's $20 gift certificate prize.  But all readers are being offered a generous 50% OFF DISCOUNT FOR HER TUTORIALS only (use BEADCOMBER50) - must be used by June 10, 2019 as it expires then. 

My absolute favorite among her many tutorials has to be her clever aquarium pendant tutorial shown below which contain moving sands or beads!

Tina says, "I've been creating and designing with polymer clay for many years, developing techniques and continually experimenting to bring new ideas to you." You can see more on her Facebook profile and Page.

I love how some of her flexible mold designs includes beach/ocean themes!

Tina also has an extensive selection of silk screens!


If you'd like to win this giveaway for a $20 gift certificate from Beadcomber, 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 international.

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. (The exception is Facebook - just like/comment on the giveaway status there!!)

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday, June 3, 2019. 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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  1. I would LOVE to win a gift certificate from her shop! I have been a customer of hers and LOVE her face cabochons! Thanks for the chance to win! suebeads at gmail dot com

  2. These clay creations are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  3. This is a wonderful intro. I love her work; I am a 'sun, sand & sea' kinda gal!

  4. Beadcomber - Beachcombers! A true Canadian production! Loved it!.

    Her designs make me think of holidaying and walking the beaches looking for treasure. What a lovely feeling that is.

    Chuck my name in there Pearl. I'm going to be hooked either way.

  5. Some lovely looking, innovative ideas!

  6. I've been a customer of Tina's for years- she makes amazing pieces! I wire wrap around her polymer clay pieces and I use a lot of her molds and silk screens.

  7. Truly beautiful work!

  8. As soon as I followed the link to her shop I was a goner! I immediately bought one tutorial and favorited about a dozen others I would love to try.... I can’t wait until I get my clay space set up again!

    -rainlightcrafts at gmail dot com

  9. These patterns and molds would make truly unique beads and pendants to compliment my Kumihimo braids.
    Dot Newkirk

  10. I'm thinking I will have to get several of these tutorials....

  11. Not everyone does FB and other social media. I loved your blog and your pieces are gorgeous.

  12. What a great selection of ideas to experiment with. I would like to enter your giveaway the week. Thanks for such a great blog.
    Rebeccaelliott2017 at gmail dot com

  13. Wow. I love the little bit of polymer I have done. I love the beach. Her designs combine both and are so inspiring. I love the novelty and the interesting texture of the creations. I am a blog follower and a facebook follower. Thanks for the giveaway and to Tina for her generous discount.

  14. I have bought some of Tina's silk screens, but there is always room for more and the tutorials are just great. Thank you Tina and Pearl for this wonderful opportunity.


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