Monday, March 28, 2011

A CHARMing Contest

Want to win a charm?  "Oh, that will happen when pigs fly," you say.

Good news.

They're flying.

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To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment and tell me how you use my charms, or how you would use one of my charms.  A charm bracelet?  A zipper pull?  A tiny petting zoo?  A shrine?

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Leave your comment below.  And a way to contact you.

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(For those of you who read me on networked blogs or on the Hive, please come over to the "real blog" (http://cornerstoregoddessjewelry.blogspot.com/) and leave your comment.

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On April 4th, at 6 PM PST, Uncle Buck will pull a winner from the list of comment-ees.

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(No, that's not Uncle Buck.  That's a dog charm.)

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(And that's an angel.)

The lucky winner wins a lucky charm.  (One of mine.  Not the cereal.)

You can see more charms, for inspiration, right here.

So get CHARMed!

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(Yes, that's Uncle Buck... looking for leprechauns.)

15 comments:

  1. I love your charms...and how? Well, I wear them of course. But, they have made many gifts to friends. Sometimes the charm is the gift, sometimes the charm is an "extra" gift tied in the ribbon on the package. They really do spiff up the wrap on a package! And, I sometimes give them to a friend who has lost a pet, and that has been very much appreciated. Of course I also give purse charms and bracelets for that too. But....we are talking about charms and either way, and any way, the charms have been very happily received by friends. And there are kitty charms hanging near the food and water dishes for my kitties. We would love to have a flying pig!
    :)

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  2. Love the pictures you show of your charms. If I won I would make a bracelet for myself or for my mom.

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  3. I so love your charms... i'd make a necklace and post it every where with a caption that says.. " HAHA I have a charm from Cornerstone Goddess and you dont...." :)

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  4. The charms are beautiful! I've bought several from different craft fairs and things and made really pretty necklaces out of them. I'll have to post some pics! Some of my favorite pieces of jewelry had charms on them like those above.

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  5. I would use your charm as an exquisite center piece on a beautiful and complimentary style of necklace. Then post it for everyone to see and give you full credit for the creation of the charm and the inspiration to create the necklace.

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  6. that pig is SO cute...i love the charms and all your stuff..i just don't have enough disposable income! i would put a charm on a chain and wear it around my neck...so others could see it..;-)

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  7. First time I have seen your blog and charms, absolutely adorable! I would love to make necklace for my 9 yr old neice who loves pink and pigs! She's anxious to learn to bead so I think this would inspire her! Thanks, I'll keep watching!

    And Uncle Buck is adorable!

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  8. Your charms are adorable - added to a necklace - adorning a present - or added to a bracelet - charms charms every where!

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  9. Hi Eleanor: I would use your charms for hanging from my rear view mirror! I also like to attach them to purses, add to bracelets, use as pendants, give them as gifts to friends, etc. ~ Jami

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  10. I'd love to win one of your charms!

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  11. Welllll, we would love to win ALL your charms, and we would parade up and down the avenue as THE most charmed and lucky little ladies. You are great and so are your charms!

    Les Girles

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  12. I would use the beautiful Buddha in one of my malas or wear it by itself on a silver chain :) I love the angel too... Your pieces are lovely!

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  13. I would use the beautiful Buddha in one of my malas or wear it by itself on a silver chain :) I also love the angel... Your pieces are just lovely!

    facebook.com/mbooskaneilson

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  14. I would love the hematite bat charm as hematite helps dispel negativity, and also because I'm a bit batty, myself :-) And seriously, I adore bats and welcome any opportunity to talk to others about how amazing and endangered these beautiful creatures are, due to the white nose fungus and loss of habitat.
    I see some charms that I'd like to get for upcoming birthdays for my kids, too!

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  15. Say, are you sure Uncle Buck isn't looking for a lucky charm in those shamrocks? I have seen a kitty just like Buck selling charms on the streets of L.A. Better watch out for that little girle!
    I have one of your lovely charms in one of my shamrocks. (But, I wear it too!) Love them all.
    Hanna

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