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And the winner is . . .

CONGRATULATIONS to David Gossett (& his very lucky wife) . . .

What an AWESOME husband ;)

You won the pair of earrings we’re giving away thanks to Persephone’s Place:

If you’re dying to own a pair of your own visit Persephone’s Place and support handmade!

meg

Persephone’s Place Giveaway: Beaded Earrings

So if you’ve been following our Featured Esty Sellers and Fashion Fridays you’ll remember that we just featured Persephone’s Place and her fabulous Native American style beaded earrings.  Well guess what?  Ash received an extra pair of earrings to giveaway to one lucky reader!!

Here’s the pair of earrings we’re giving away thanks to Persephone’s Place:

So lovely!!

And as for the giveaway . . . if you want to win this lovely pair of earrings do any of the following for an entry:

  1. Comment below on your favorite item from Persephone’s Place
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If you’re not a WordPress member make sure to leave your email so we can contact you if you’re the lucky winner!

We’ll pick a winner next Sunday 5pm! Open to Canada and US.

Good luck!

meg

Featured Etsy Seller: Persephone’s Place

Southwestern and Native American inspired patterns have always had a cool, close to nature feel.  This spring and summer season we are seeing these patterns pop out in all types of apparel and done in lots of different styles and colors (from neutral to neons).  However, sometimes we just like the look and feel of the real deal . . .

So remember these oh-so-cool earrings from Persephone’s Place that Ash wore last Friday on her Native American inspired shoot?

Native Nights Western Beaded Earrings

Well, we are so in love with Monique’s beaded earrings that we thought we’d share some more of her stuff here on tumblewee!

These "Kimberly Earrings" have a fringe like feel.

Monique’s love for bead work is inspired by her partial Native American Heritage (Lenape Indian) and by what she sees and observes in nature. Being native Arizonians these Native American undertones in her work are what drew us to her shop.

I love the angle of these!

If you ask Monique she’ll tell you that her bead work is incorporated into her philosophy of life and love of nature.

These have a crow feathers look with the iridescent sheen!

Monique told us, “stone magic and earth magic, and a knowledge of mythology and esoteric sciences play a large part in the creation of my pieces. I spend a lot time outdoors hiking with my husband  and looking for stones, studying colors and combinations of colors as they appear in the natural environment.  Many of my pieces are spiritually dedicated to and inspired by mythological ideas and elemental energies.  Because I wish to convey the connection of my jewelry to earth and it’s elementals, I photograph my jewelry in natural environments whenever possible.”

Monique runs a blog: Plutons Gems which is actually devoted to her bead work and similar topics including ethics in the gemstone industry, and ecological mining and environmental issues.  If you’re interested in her work go read up!

So feel a little closer to nature, and a little closer to your style and stop by Persphone’s Place and take a look around!
meg

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