Giveaway

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

accessoreese

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The sweet Sue Reese from accessoreese has kindly donated this set of three rings for a small giveaway on my blog. This is one of the rings that I raved about in my previous post. What I particularly like about Sue's etsy shop is that 10% of the proceeds of all her ring sales go to The American Cancer Society in honour of Etsy Project Embrace.

Each ring is approximately 1mm wide. You choose the metal, finish and size (sizes 3 to 13 - 1/2 & 1/4 sizes available). Choose from: high polished fine silver, oxidized fine silver (rich gun metal blue/gray), high polished copper (like a new penny), heat treated copper (each will vary with deep rusts, reds, golds), and high polished gold filled. Sue will custom make these rings just for you and the rings will come boxed and wrapped for gift giving.

To enter, please visit Sue's shop, and leave a comment telling me which one of her pieces is your favourite. This giveaway is open to everyone. I will select a winner at random on Sunday. Good luck everyone!

31 comments:

tywo said...

hila,
i love your space. I read your old posts, and I have been watching the movies. I just watched "into the wild". Oh my, I loved it. I watched "Cracks". It was beautiful!
I'm watching "bright star" on Friday night. I can't wait.
Thanks for sharing all these with us.
I hope you have a wonderful week.

Good luck to people on the giveaway!


LOVE!

Sundari said...

I always love your blog, Hila. And this giveaway is so suited to you and this blog. They are beautiful rings.

P R I M O E Z A said...

i agree with you, the skinny textured rings (both individual and stacked) are really lovely.

Christine said...

I love these rings and the drop stacking rings--so delicate and lovely.

annelouiselikes said...

i love the moonstone ring...

and the stacked rings are just so lovely too.

kait said...

yes, the moonstone ring is a beauty as well, but these are definitely my faver. fingers, toes, ears, eyebrows crossed.

p.s. hila, i love reading your blog

Tracey said...

Everything is so very beautiful!

At a push I'd say my favourite is the Black Onyx Gemstone Stacking Ring (because it's stunning and I'm going through this whole black jewellery phase at the moment).

xx

please sir said...

The rings are perfection, but I also love her skeleton key and keyhole necklaces! I've been creating ideas with those same materials for Christmas ornaments, so it's great to see them elsewhere! Thanks!

bronwyn said...

I like the stacking rings best - both these and the gemstone ones. I have been wanting stacking rings for a while but so far the only ones I have liked have been out of my budget. If I don't win these, they are going on my xmas list. :)

manguins said...

I'm enjoy the moon stacking ring, but in all honestly, I find myself drawn to the textured skinny stacking rings in silver, copper or gold - set of 3

good luck to everyone~

Vanessa said...

Hello Hila,

What a stunning giveaway. I'm torn between the moonstone ring (if only for the name and memories of reading Wilkie Collins aloud last winter) and the polka dot earrings to bring some colour to winter days.

a. said...

Thank you for the post. I just bought a sweet little something there for my girlfriend.

Ally Berke said...

Those are very pretty! From her shop, I might have to get the zig-zag leaf earrings; I like the minimalist design.

secret, fragile skies said...

Exquisite set: "...high polished fine silver, oxidized fine silver (rich gun metal blue/gray), high polished copper (like a new penny)" They look modern and vintage at once. Thanks :)

Yoli said...

This is all so beautiful!

nancy said...

hi hila!
I love your posts, I find myself checking every day;)
These rings are fabulous! I really fancy the gold filled! Waaay cute!

danica said...

what a great giveaway! i too like the skinny textured rings. the necklaces that you made in the previous post also look really super.

p.s just sent you a email, but to reiterate the sentiments contained within: THANK YOU!

Kate said...

Really neat giveaway - love these rings. I think the textured skinny stacking rings are my favourite in my shop.
xx

Ella said...
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Ella said...

thank you so much for alerting me about the giveaway! these rings are fantastic! my favorite is the textured skinny rings :)

etre-soi said...

Oh, so pretty! there's a lot of pretty things in her shop but I do prefer the twisted silver so gorgeous :)
Thanks for hosting this beautiful giveaway.

cerebral e said...

What a lovely store.

My favourite is the Breast Cancer stacking ring

http://www.etsy.com/listing/59659702/breast-cancer-awareness-pink-sapphire

elissa at iinet dot net dot au

Thea said...

Hello Hila, I'm delighted to have found your lovely blog. These rings are beautiful; how kind of you to host this giveaway.

Holly said...

I like the textured skinny stacking rings best.

A red lipstick said...

Chag sameach darling! :)

anabela / fieldguided said...

Oh, the gold stacking rings are so beautiful! Thank you for the giveaway.

onesilentwinter said...

i also love the silver drop stacking ring, i find it to be both simple and delicate

mir said...

Thanks ! verry beauuuuuutiful ! :-)

Indie.Tea said...

I have to concur with you...the skinny stacking ring are gorgeous. Especially the silver.

Juliette said...

Wow, all of it is so amazing, it's difficult to choose... although I particularly love the linen bracelet with silver drops and (a close second) the bird & nest necklace.

P.S. - I've been keeping up with your blog for a while now, & it's easily my favourite. Every post of yours is inspiring. Please keep up with the film reviews - it keeps my queue full!

hila said...

thank you everyone for entering the competition, and of course, for your kind words. You are all awesome!

The winner is Tracey! Congrats Tracey, you lucky duck :)

tywo: I'm so glad you've seen those films, aren't they just great?

Sundari: thanks for saying so, the feeling is mutual.

please sir: it is a pretty nifty idea, huh?

danica: you're more than welcome! I hope my little present brightened your day and made thesis-ing a tiny bit more bearable.

a red lipstick: chag sameach again to you too! I hope you're having a wonderful time in Israel. I'm so worried about the bush fires going on there though.

Juliette: thanks! I don't think you have to worry about my film posts running out :)