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Roslyn Contests & Offers beaded Jewelry, contest, handmade, opportunity

 

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I know we often say how much we appreciate each others support, the comments left on blogs and posts, shares across the web and that is all absolutely so. And sometimes we like to express thanks to our fans in different ways. I want to give you a chance to win a necklace.

If you’ve known me for over a year, then you know that last year I had  some unique contests as a way of thanking my fans. EarthandMoonDesign was in the process of rebranding and had just selected our new name /domain. About 30 fans had fun guessing the name, the hardest being the last word. I created graphics, puzzles and posted daily clues. It was a mind treasure hunt and so much fun.

The winner came from Greece, Veronica Solorzano Athanaslou who won $20 off a necklace of her choice and we have since become great virtual friends. Then I ran a timeline contest to reward my fans with a triple strand crystal necklace where all you had to do was chose your favorite color from the multi strand design. This was won by a former Facebook group member, Carla Gardiner.

How would you like to have a new necklace for yourself or as a gift, just in time for the holidays?

RULES: I will describe 4 necklaces, ONE of them will become the prize to the winner. The winner will be selected randomly.

All you have to do is tell me in comments, which is your favorite (that is the one you will win), and subscribe to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/YqUpX

I will be posting the contest to my Facebook page on Monday Dec. 8th and the winner will be announced on Wednesday Dec. 17th in a blog and on my Facebook page.

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Necklace # 1 — 20″ Purple and Lime Hand Blown Glass Bead Necklace Set

This vibrant purple and lime hand blown glass bead necklace is a joy to wear. It will brighten up your day even on the darkest ones.

Purple and Lime Lampwork Necklace Set

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Necklace #2 — Dreamy: 18″ Rose Quartz and Garnet Necklace Set

This 18″ rose quartz and garnet necklace set is absolutely dreamy. Glowing pinks against deep red garnet and Swarovski crystal will make this ensemble a favorite year round.Rose Quartz and Garnet Necklace Set

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Necklace #3 — Over Easy: 29″ Larimar Beads Necklace

Slip into something fabulous with this 29″ Jade and Larimar beads necklace in beautiful cool blues.

Larimar Beads Necklace

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Necklace #4 — Green Acres: 18″ Lampwork Glass Beads

Color rich lampwork glass beads set off this handmade Azurite-Chrysocolla and Jade necklace set.

andcrafted lampwork and gemstone necklace

Here’s your chance to win one of these one-of-a-kind unique handmade necklaces. Choose the one you want in the comments section and enter your email to subscribe to our newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/YqUpX

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Roslyn
I loved going to work each day for 30 years as a professional career counselor. When I retired, I explored my creativity and regard for crafts until I discovered beading. At age 68 I turned my new found passion- jewelry design, into a business. At age 72 I took on learning about social media marketing and developing my computer skills. I am sharing my journey from inception, to frustration, to elation -in the hope of inspiring others that 'it is not too late to start again'. Welcome to my re-invention!

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      1. I love the garnet and rose quartz necklace. Garnet is my birthstone and I have never seen it used like this…beautiful and unique. Do you sell your jewlery in stores? Are you in Key Largo?

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      Beth Niebuhr, so good to hear this. Was a bit concerned about doing a contest in a blog. Decided to give it a try and be innovative. Thanks for your support.

  1. What a great contest! I have signed up to receive your posts via email and will be checking your Fan Page on Monday! 🙂 They’re all gorgeous but if I had to choose just one it would be #3! I love jade! Keeping my fingers crossed!

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      Thanks Melissa Michael. GoT your entry. Ill be posting the winner on Dec 17 in my blog and on my Facebook page. I am opening contest up to my fans on Monday. sorry if that wasnt clear.

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  2. Roslyn, i love Necklace #4 — Green Acres: 18″ Lampwork Glass Beads! I love green and want to thank you for the opprtunity with this contesr!

  3. I liked the first one, but would have preferred to see the whole thing… so my next choice would be the 3rd one because I loved the colors, the different texture looks and the larger bead off to the side, trendy!

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  4. Congrats on this contest…on finding a new passion…on learning all the marketing stuff that could break a brain at any age!

    I can’t get past no. 1…All the little beads falling joyfully in behind the big kahuna!

    Well done, Ros.

    May I ask if these are the steps for a contest?

    1. Build up fans on FB, Twitter, Pinterst, Linkedin
    2. This website is made on WP
    3. Announced a contest
    4. People filled out comment

    You didn’t need to find a Contest-Making Plug in or anything?

    Sharon

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      In the past & maybe still within rules, you could do a simple timeline contest on FB page. It was suggested I do it in my blog. I didnt need a plug in or app as I made it my blog. I chose the CTA. When I decided to expand it to my FB platform, I added the disclaimer FB requires & I tweeted & pinned about it. Without an app, I have had to manually keep track of responses. Some chose a fav necklace but did not oprin. All of those I sent a reminder or email and a few completed the application. I knew my contest would be small. Hope that helps explain in more detail, Sharon McClean

  5. Roz, I have never found a piece of jewelry worn by you or others that did not look absolutely beautiful and made for that person. Each piece is unique in the making and unique on the person wearing it. I loved all your pieces shown but was more drawn to the red and rose quartz. After looking again, I also liked the Vibrant purple and lime. If I am a winner, you may choose. I cannot rave enough about the jewelry you make and the prices are worth more than the money spent.

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