yet another giveaway!

This will be the last one for a while, but I thought some of you beaders, jewelry makers or those of you wanting to try out jewelry making would like a chance to get some jewelry supplies.

Auntie’s Beads has very generously offered a $25 gift certificate for a little shopping spree. The great thing about Auntie Beads is all of their great beading videos on how to make loads of different things. I’ve been wanting to try out a little bead weaving myself.

All you have to do is leave a comment telling me what you would like to make or which video you think looks interesting. Winner will be announced on Monday night and a gift code sent via email.

Good luck!

**update 12/20~ the winner is …..

MariahNoel

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22 Responses to yet another giveaway!

  1. Jeanna Snyder says:

    I have been making birdnest necklaces for Christmas presents this year. Symbolic to me as my birds are just about out of my nest.
    Hope you have a lovely Christmas.
    Jeanna

  2. renee says:

    i adore the bird nest necklaces.

  3. Megan D says:

    I don’t have a clue what I’d make! I’d give this to my mom who is taking up beading as a retirement activity.

  4. Delila Peebles says:

    I would make a cool necklace to go with the vintage mink my sweet husband just bought me.
    Thanks for being a part of the giveaway.

  5. Mariah says:

    I would love to make a necklace with those!

  6. I would love to make a single strand necklace with large turqoise round beads like these http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Turquoise-Round-Strand-Heat-Treated-12mm_p_2161.html

  7. Susie says:

    I’ve already learned to do several things on the Auntie’s Beads website, but I would love to learn the St. Petersburg stitch someday. Maybe after the holidays…

  8. Heather says:

    Ooohhhhh… I’ve not been adventerous enough to do weaving and stiching, but those vidoes make it look much less intimidating. Thanks for posting, sharing and all the great giveaways!

  9. mags says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I visited Aunties Beads for the first time today and oh, my! So many gorgeous beads! I love the composite rose beads and the red Buri nut beads, and the glass pearls(especially the tuquoise and red ones) I could go on and on ….I like the drop bead video- would like to make some bracelets!

  10. Jodi says:

    I am not familiar with that Aunties Beads, but will surely check it out. We call one of my aunts Auntie, always have, always will! Thanks

  11. Lauren H says:

    I would like to get some lampwork beads.

  12. Deidre says:

    Who couldn’t use more beads! Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Marita H. says:

    I like the look of the tutorial on Wrap Bracelets – I’m so glad this was included on their website! I would definitely like to purchase some supplies to make these. Thanks, Aunties Beads!

  14. The glue in and glaze technique looks interesting. I’ve been wanting to try it.

  15. laura says:

    i just want a video or tutorial for something basic to make with my 11 year old daughter – just something for us to do together!

    p.s. you have a wonderful site!

  16. Michelle says:

    Ooh, Rebecca would love this. I know she’d make a bunch of rings and bracelets and proably a bookmark or two for her classmates!

  17. kt says:

    This is a killer give-a way! I just watched the ring glaze video and now I am going to forward this link to a friend interested in making rings it is great!
    kt

  18. Amberella says:

    Oooh love the wrap bracelets! Thanks for the chance to win!

  19. sperlygirl says:

    okay – count me in i have been wanting to try the glazing technique (glue/glaze). what an awesome give away, grazie regina!

  20. elsa says:

    I’m a bead stringer from way back and have an inventory you wouldn’t believe … that said, I love to give adhesives and glazes a try. It’s not that I NEED another craft, but it looks fun!
    thanks for the giveaway!

  21. Sarah Payne says:

    Great giveaway! I would love to have a play with the glaze.

  22. Janice says:

    working with adhesive and glue looks pretty interesting!!

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