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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Winner of May's Book is....

 Comment #7-Anne Marie from Toronto!  Congratulations!!

Sherre and I co-authored this book with Stephanie a couple of years ago and we wanted to offer you a chance to win a copy for this month's book give away.  We will also be creating a jewelry project from this book next month over at LTMM and AT yahoo groups.  (Links are in the right sidebar if you would like to join us!)  You will have until May 21st to leave me a comment here on the blog, with an e-mail of another way to reach you if you win.  I would need to get your mailing address, so Sherre can send you a copy.  Please note this blog requires approval for all comments, so please only leave one.  It will take me a few days to approve them, as I will be off line for several days.  Just hang in there!  Thanks!

10 comments:

Suzanne said...

Thanks for another great giveaway Cindy! :o)

primecath said...

Your book looks very interesting, I would love to have it.

AnnetteD said...

What a generous offer. Thank you for the chance to win.

nkjohnston said...

Ooh, I haven't seen this one. I LOVE jewelry making books. Would be great to see in my widdle hands.
Thanks for the chance.

arttage said...

I didn't know you gals did a jewerly book. The cover even looks amazing. Looking forward to the techniques activity! Love handmade jewelry was wearing a piece today. Would love to win this book! Sanna
sannabanana@comcast.net

Carolyn said...

I am a klutz when it comes to making anything pretty, like jewelry, and could certainly use this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy, Cindy.

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Hey Cindy! Throw my hat in the ring for the book! If I'm lucky enough to win, I can be found at both groups (AT & TLTMM).

SherryD said...

Your book looks so interesting. I love altered art jewelry. quiltwrite2000@yahoo.com

JanPan said...

Congrats on the book! The cover pics look like fun projects, I hope it brings you a lot of success!

Peggy B said...

I would love to learn how to cannibalize the jewelry pieces I have picked up over the years! And a book by a group friend would be wonderful when I get stuck along the way.