Since I reached 100 sales in my Artfire shop I figured it was time for another giveaway to celebrate!!!
This fabulous necklace is up for grabs! These nuggets are called silver needle agate. The markings are so pretty. Its color is a silvery blue with light brown markings. The average width of each is 13mm!
Between these nuggets are 6mm sun quartz beads that accent beautifully. When deciding to use the quartz, my thought was coming up with a complementing color which would create a necklace that can be worn year round.
The length is 17.25”. The strand is finished off with this cool sterling silver hook and eye clasp.
You may enter up to 6 ways.
1. follow my blog.
2. like my Facebook page.
3. follow me on Twitter.
4. blog about the giveaway.
5. link to the giveaway on your Facebook page.
6. link to the giveaway on your Twitter account.
Please leave a comment on this post on the ways you are entering and leave your e-mail address in case you are the lucky winner! The winner will be drawn on Sunday July 24th the old fashioned way with names in hat. Good luck!
I feel a need to mention my new kitchen toy! Have you ever done something the same way forever since it was the way your mother carried out the task? This was the case for me with lettuce washing. My mom would always wash it in a colander and spread it out a towel to dry. Of course Jim commented on this since it is apparently strange! So I picked this OXO salad spinner from www.amazon.com since it had great reviews!
I love it….just rinse the lettuce in the colander that is inside and put it back in the bowl to pump the spinner until the lettuce is dry!
I wish I bought one of these many years ago since I eat a lot of salad!!!! Thank you Jim! I purchase only organic lettuce now after learning more and more about the disturbing chemicals in our food.
I experience days with stomach discomfort which I am starting to believe is from the chemicals. Now with the organic lettuce I have actually been feeling better. It is worth the extra money! I have also switched to organic apples since apples are now the most pesticide ridden produce on the market! Ugh!
Have a great week everyone! I will be a taking a couple of much needed days off over the weekend!!! ~Val