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ENDED:Win! 1 Chasing Decades Custom Made Mint Julep Necklace
Ladies! Do I have a treat for you!
Our very own, Pag36, has a daughter name d Gina, who is an artist. I have purchased from Gina and give you my personal product endorsement. I will be giving her work this holiday season and ongoing occassions as well. Her work is amazing!
Gina has graciously donated one of her works for our contest. (Thank you Gina!!!!) Please see the item below.
About the artist:
My name is Gina and I am the mother of two fantastic young men, Adam (20) and Steven (11). I am also the wife of the most supportive husband (Kent) a girl could ever hope for.
My love for jewelry making led me to open my rosary / Christian store at Etsy.com. I opened my first jewelry store on Etsy, Chasingbeads.etsy.com in February 2008 & "expanded" to ChasingPartii.etsy.com, specializing in promotional items for other shops whether cyber or brick & mortar. Finally, in December 2008, I launched FiveDecades.etsy.com and am hoping for success with my new "addition".
Each rosary I make is handcrafted after painstaking selection of the right "Hail Mary" with the right "Our Father". I try to make unusual combinations (such as Panda Bear cloisonne "Our Father" and black & white onyx stones) to appear to collectors as well as Catholics. Most of my jewelry can be found at:
To enter this giveaway, simply post a reply here and remember to watch your inbox because the winner will be announced here notification on. You will also be PM'd to ensure entrants know they won! If the winner doesn't respond within 7 days of being posted/PM'd remaining games will be raffled off or used in another contest.
Good luck to all!
Contest ends 11/2/09
Open to U.S. and Canada only
Entrants must be 18+
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Guard well your spare moments. They are like uncut diamonds. Discard them and their value will never be known. Improve them and they will become the brightest gems in a useful life."
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson