Thursday, May 7, 2009

Another Contest!

Each month for the past couple of months, Rings & Things has had a contest on their blog. Yesterday the April winners went up:

Congratulations to the winners of our April contest, “DIY Display Ideas“, who are:

  • Mary Berg, who had several great tips (check them out!).
  • Lyn, who shared from her 35 years of experience.

And, announcing the May contest on the Rings & Things blog, which is a free-for-all comment raffle:

  • You enter by leaving comments — so visit often.
  • You find out you won by…? Visiting often! (2 winners to be announced at the end of May.)

May the luckiest person win!

I don't win many contests, raffles, lottos, etc. Although, I've had some runs of very good luck with the Wheel of Fortune slots at the Las Vegas Hilton...anyway, I encourage you to visit the Rings & Things blog and comment often in May. You'll reduce my chances of winning, but it's worth it to get you over there to join the conversation.

Been busy getting new listings up on Etsy and Art Fire. Etsy is where I just list lanyards and the occasional matching piece, Art Fire is for my other jewelry. I've experienced a few minor frustrations with Art Fire - can't delete pictures, things I saved in the new product edits aren't there when I go back to change something, so I have to add them all over again. New site, glitches expected, just hope things improve. The niftiest new feature on Art Fire right now is the button to "tweet this item". If you see something of mine you like, I'd love it if you'd tweet it! Happy to return the favor, too.

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Blogger Dave Robertson said...

Dawno, you're great for sending people our way. The more entries the better, we really want to give these goodie packs away to some deserving beaders!

at Rings & Things

May 7, 2009 at 8:23 AM  
Blogger Dawno said...

As much as I'd like to limit the competition and be a winner myself, I really do believe in community building and interesting conversations. Always happy to send people to places where that can happen.

May 7, 2009 at 8:30 AM  
Blogger Wendy T. Gibson said...

Thank goodness!

May 7, 2009 at 5:17 PM  

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