July 11, 2012

Polyvore Style Challenge


Have you submitted your entries yet for the Polyvore Style Challenge yet? Better hurry, the final day to enter is this friday July 13th! In case you forgot, here's how it works!

From the Beading Daily blog...


Step 1: Become a member of Polyvore.com, if you aren't already. Not familiar with Polyvore? This fashion website is hugely addictive and fun, and it's easy once you get the hang of it!

Step 2: Use the Polyvore Clipper to "clip" the photos of either of the necklaces from this blog post to your Polyvore account.

Step 3: Create a Polyvore board using the necklace as your centerpiece, and show us how you would wear it! You can see a sample board created by our PR Director, Jaime Guthals, here.

Step 4: Tag your Polyvore board photo with the caption "Bohemian-Inspired Jewelry" and leave a comment on this blog with a link to your board so we know where to find it.

Step 5: And that's it! By creating a board you'll automatically be entered into our random drawing to win one of the necklaces. If you create two boards, one for the Pompidou Necklace and one for In the Garden, you'll be entered to win twice.

Prizes for the most likes: There are two other opportunities to win - this time for free copies of the book! The participant in the challenge who receive the most "likes" for his/her board on Polyvore.com will win a complimentary copy of Bohemian-Inspired Jewelry. They'll also be pinning all of your Polyvore boards to BeadingDaily's page on Pinterest.com and the person who receives the most "repins" over there will get a copy of the book too. Just be sure to leave a comment At the Beading Daily blog, with a link to your board so they know where to find it.

Here's a great example from ebsnare...




2 comments:

  1. What a great outfit! and the necklace is absolutely perfection with it

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  2. Hi, here's mine

    http://www.polyvore.com/breezy_summer/set?id=51504000

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