April 19, 2010

a Giveaway to Remember

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Details:

I created these pendants this past weekend, and want to share them with one lucky giveaway winner.
Hammered Vintaj Brass blank butterfly with stamped word, and wired Vintage button. Hammered Vintaj Brass blank heart with hand wired
vintage button.
and 1 Patera Heart bezel filled with image, brass bird, and clear resin.

How to win:

Leave a comment on this post for 1 entry.
Blog the giveaway and leave me the link for 2 entries.

When:
The winner will be picked on Wednesday a.m., April 21st!

Good luck!

74 comments:

  1. Anonymous4/19/2010

    Génial et original Lorelei vous êtes une vrai artiste vos créations sont sublimes tous les jours de vous fait une petite visite.
    Maryvonne

    maryvonne.jouvenel@laposte.net

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  2. your new experiments in resin look wonderful to me..i too,always assumed resin work would not be too difficult,it was interesting to read about your first attempts..might leave resin work to others..i think your pendants are beautiful.
    please enter me in the giveaway.

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  3. Lovely results Lorelei! Some luckey persons going to Win them! They are so nice keep it up! Thank you for this giveaway!

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  4. Hello Lorelei,
    it´s always a pleasure, to watch You putting Beads together!!
    Sunny Greetings
    Petra

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  5. You know i love your resin pieces!!! and i just blogged about you and the giveaway on my blog www.bahamadawn.blogspot.com :)

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  6. Love, love, love...Please, Enter me!!!

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  7. And now...my 2° chance...
    http://drinasbijoux.blogspot.com/

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  8. Comment comment comment! Enter me into the giveaway please :D

    ~Rose

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  9. They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  10. I have been watching your work with wonder...Love it.
    Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  11. I did not want to be anonymous! So again, Dang they are super adorable!!
    Kim

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  12. I think you are too harsh on yourself. These are pure magic.
    Thanks for the chance.
    Enjoy the day!
    Erin
    P.S. my word verification is TAXWORT! LOL!

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  13. They turned out wonderful! Give it another try. Your stamping looks great, what did you use for the pink? oil pastels?
    Added the giveaway to the blog too! sissyandjacks.blogspot.com.

    Stacy

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  14. You turn everything you touch into pure magic. If I win, I'm hoping the magic will rub off on me!

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  15. Oooh I LOVE all 3!! How Beautiful!!!!

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  16. Thanks for sharing your experience with resin. I love how you write with such candor & humor! You are so talented & very inspirational – especially to someone relatively new to all of this. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  17. Love the heart with the button on it!

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  18. I absolutely adore your spirit to dive into new things. Your creativity is such a push for me to get to making new stuff! Keep at it!!!

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  19. I was empathizing with your struggle with resin on FB this weekend, but had no experience to be able to help.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. I am so anxious to try resin but Ice Resin is not available in Canada yet - have asked my favourite bead store to try and get it. I read about your struggles with it on the weekend but the final products turned out really well.

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  21. The first attempts look great! I am on my way to blog about the give away now. Thanks for sharing & the goodies :)
    http//:mamasgottodoodle.blogspot.com

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  22. Lovely! I was just thinking of doing that very thing! lol. Great minds think alike. I will wait until yours is done to do mine. I love the pieces you are giving away!! Whoever wins them will be very happy :)

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  23. I see you have figured out riveting and resin now! good for you. Would love to win these cute pieces!
    Erin

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  24. Hello, Lorelei! I love your resin pieces. I tried to create these once, but the resin didn't cure properly. Reading your blog about your experiences, and then seeing the results has inspired me to try again. That resin heart with the bird is lovely! :)

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  25. I've been admiring your pieces for a while now, and I love what you've done in resin lately.

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  26. I am glad that your resin turned out ok.I have been too chicken to have a go,even though I have toyed with the idea!Love what you have done with the designs,brill!Cheers,Anne

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  27. Thanks for wanting to share this with us, I would love to take a chance, so count me in. Your first attempts turned out beautufully.

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  28. Love these pendants and all your work. Hope I win. Thanks, Deb

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  29. Anonymous4/19/2010

    I love your new foray into resin and riveting! Agree with others you are too harsh on yourself. Your first attempts are very charming, no pun intended.

    Thanks for the chance to win these pendants.

    stafford37@optonline.net

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  30. I'm too chicken to try resin - some day I'll work up the nerve. Your results are fantastic, even if you struggled.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your cool stuff!

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  31. swopemelmel4/19/2010

    Awesome as always !! I really like them, they turned out great !!!

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  32. They turned out really nice - I would love to win one. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Kylie Parry4/19/2010

    I've always wanted to play around with resin. These turned out really nice!
    Kylie
    doodlekp@gmail.com

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  34. OMG, beautiful as always!!!

    Mari from Puerto Rico

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  35. Beautiful!
    I'd like to try your resin technique!

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  36. You did a great job making these pendants! I know (from following you on Facebook) how frustrated you got sometimes, but the results are great! I would love to have some Lorelei originals :o)

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  37. You truly have seized control of your early resin issues!!! Your pieces besides looking beautiful also look very professionally done!!

    Pattie ;)
    Mazatlan Mx.

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  38. Added the giveaway to my blog too!!!

    http://misamores-mari.blogspot.com/2010/04/giveaway-to-remember-from-lorelei.html

    Mari from Puerto Rico

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  39. I love the beautiful hearts and the butterfly you are offering.......I would love to be able to make things like this! would love to win them too! I will blog about your give away too @ http://moonlitfantaseas.blogspot.com

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  40. I have discovered you today, on flickr! You make just the jewellery I love!!

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  41. thanks for the info on resin, i too have been wanting to try it. love your little birds.

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  42. Lovely! Thanks for the chance.

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  43. What awesome looking pendants. I really like your designs.

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  44. i love all three of those! i am crossing my fingers that i win!

    kshuttle@uoguelph.ca

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  45. Ahhh...

    A Bird in the heart is sweeter than one in the hand...

    Very nice, your work is always so beautiful...

    Love, and Blessings, Lynette

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  46. I love your blog and your work - I am so glad you did NOT stick to only posting Sunday and Wednesday last week - that would have been too long between posts. Please enter me in the giveaway.

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  47. Great timing - I was just about to post about your recent resin experiments! I love your blog and think the resin pieces are fabulous. I blogged about your giveaway and blog here: http://thelaughingraven.blogspot.com/2010/04/giveaway-at-loreleis-blog.html

    You do wonderful work!!

    Best regards,
    Anna Lear
    alear@gilanet.com

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  48. Jodi E4/19/2010

    I have just started experimenting with resin myself, so far I have enjoyed it. Your pendants turned out really nice!

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  49. Lorelei, I love your work. As far as I'm concerned, Santa could do all his shopping at your Etsy store.

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  50. Lorelei,
    My friend Kim (Bahama Dawn) is fan of yours - she posted the Patera Heart Bezel on facebook yesterday and I fell in love with it. I am very drawn to hearts and am an avid bird watcher - plus the nostalgia touch of the postmark make it a wonderful piece. Kim has just begun he journey as a jewelry artist and I am so enjoying watching her learn and explore. I love art but alas have not talent so I have developed a number of art and arts and craft shows that support the national parks of the Bahamas. It is wonderful to meet and enjoy so many talented and creative people!

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  51. Oooh, Lorelei, This are gorgeous! I wanna win! Please enter me in the giveaway.

    Emanda

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  52. argoknot4/19/2010

    Lorelei - Love that you 'braved the resin beast' to try something new and inspire all of us to be all that we can be! I would love to be the proud owner of your newly designed focals! Debby

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  53. Oooh, they're beautiful! I think the heart with the bird inside is my favorite. (:

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  54. Just wondering - the heart with the bird - is it like a love letter?

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  55. I love the heart with the wired button! Your work inspires me so much. Reading your blog is like having dessert at the end of the day--something sweet I look forward to.

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  56. Had to laugh when I read your resin post. Your pieces turned out really well--loved all of them, especially the hummingbird. Thanks for the helpful hints for those of us who are still sitting on the "should I try resin" fence. Maybe I'll jump in one of these days. CJ

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  57. Beautiful! I love wee birds and butterflies. I also loved reading your post on resin-ing - it's a medium I love the (finished) look of but I am a little too intimidated to have a go!

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  58. Ooh... another lovely blog to follow. And a great giveaway to boot! Those pendants are so charming...

    le.paradis.found at gmail dot com

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  59. And here is my blog post! http://ateacupofwhimsy.blogspot.com/2010/04/lorelei-pendant-give-away.html

    le.paradis.found at gmail dot com

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  60. Would love ot tenter, this is stunning work!

    Bx
    beautyh2t.googlemail.com
    beautyh2t.blogspot.com

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  61. Wow Lori, younever cease to amaze me. Your creativity is endless. I love your new adventures.

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  62. Your projects came out great! I really like the painting on the "black" metal pieces. Very fun.
    Bead Happy!
    Michelle

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  63. Julie Sakai4/20/2010

    would love to win these!

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  64. Just blogged about your giveaway!

    http://songbeads.blogspot.com/

    Rebecca

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  65. Hi L....

    Love the hearts!! I am posting your giveaway on my blog.

    www.thistlefarmarts.blogspot.com

    - Dani

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  66. Kris B4/20/2010

    Oh my gosh! I am so thankful that I left my ICE Resin in the container untouched for months because it seemed so hokey-pokey! I love your art and thanks for being brave and sharing your results! Love your art and style!

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  67. These are so cool!! Your generosity is so touching....thanks for the chance to win your lovely charms!!

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  68. Would love to win the flying bird in the heart as a reminder that my daughter has flow the 'nest'.
    Thanks for the great give-away!

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  69. I just found your blog and wow - you're wonderfully creative! I'd love to win any of your pendants. Going to follow your blog so I can keep up with your creations!

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  70. I just discovered your blog!! My lucky day! Maybe I'll be lucky and win - I'm going to be following you from now on.

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  71. Don't know how I missed this, too much time in the studio this week.

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  72. LOVE LOVE!!!! I hope I'm not too late!

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