We're starting monthly give aways! This month, we're giving away a beautiful sterling silver ring set by Riverside Jewelry Designs! Enter our give away by posting your favorite item from Riverside Jewelry Designs Etsy shop and by emailing us with answers to trivia questions. At the end of the month, we'll do a drawing and one winner will receive Riverside Jewelry Designs' sterling silver ring set!
For one entry: please post below which item you like best from Riverside Jewelry Designs's Etsy shop. Leave your etsy shop, facebook page, or email address in your post so we can contact you if you win!
For one entry for each correct answer: please email email@example.com with answers to the following questions:
1) Glassic Gems's Question: "When making beads, utilizing what, is first and foremost?"
2) Emily Wiser Jewelry's Question: "What colors of topaz do I sell in my shop?"
3) Riverside Jewelry Design's Question: "How many different styles of hoop earrings do I currently offer in my shop?"
4) Naked Jewelry's Question: "What stone in my featured items section looks like "sun in a stone"?"
5) Execute Me's Question: "What type of berries do I sell in my shop?"
So, you could have a total of 6 entries: 1 entry for posting your favorite item from Riverside Jewelry Designs's shop, and 5 more entries by answering the questions correctly.
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Please welcome our newest member, Naked Jewelry! Naked Jewelry does incredible metalsmithing! Please check out her shop at nakedjewelry.etsy.com . To the right is a silver shibori cuff bracelet. Naked Jewelry writes, "Shibori refers to a Japanese technique for pleating fabric, resulting in beautiful textures and folds. This Naked Jewelry cuff, created by hand-forged manipulation of fine silver, has much the same shibori look...but is an illusion of fabric created from metal. The illusion continues through the use of textured cloth pressed into the silver to make an embossed pattern."
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Please welcome our newest member, Execute Me! She has a beautiful shop and does colorful beadwork inspired by fruits and flowers! Please see her shop at http://executeme.etsy.com !
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Fanciful Form was interviewed by Etsy recently and featured in the newsletter, Storque. She's quit her day job to be a full-time Etsy artist!
Read about it here: http://www.etsy.com/storque/spotlight/quit-your-day-job-fancifulform-3949/