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Win a bracelet!

It's competition time! Would you like to win a one of a kind bracelet made from a vintage brooch, chunky amazonite nuggets, rock crystal, pretty pink Peruvian opal and Swarovski crystals? One that fastens with a cute heart-shaped toggle clasp? I thought so!


Just to whet your appetite a bit more, here's a couple of pictures:




Because it's nearly Valentine's Day I thought I'd have a bit of a soppy theme. So, to win all you have to do is follow me on Twitter here (if you're not already a follower, if you are you can get retweeting right away) and RT any of my tweets that mention the words "Valentine's", "love", "romance" or "romantic". For each RT you will be entered into the draw (no more than one an hour, though!). For two bonus entries, just blog about Made With Love or this competition.


The competition runs until midnight on February 9th and I will be announcing the winner then via this blog.


Good luck!

Comments

odd.sox said…
Ooh yes please - I'd love a chance to win - cherishably chunky! x
trinket box said…
Ooh it's gorgeous! I would love a chance to win it :) Already retweeted once! x
carole said…
It's gorgeous! I have re-tweeted.

Carole x
niftyknits said…
shame I didn't know about this, could have put it in my blog post about you!
Carmen said…
Just received your newsletter - How lovely. I've just followed you on Twitter and will attempt this retweet lark (Twitter newb, it's confuddling me a bit!) Will also add your giveaway to my sidebar. Thank you for the chance to win :)
Kat said…
Thanks for all the lovely comments folks - good luck!
alison66 said…
Only just discovered you!!! I have retweeted you have fabulous items x
FairlyGirly said…
I have become a follower.

I love amazonite, thanks for the chance to win.

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