November Free Bling Friday!

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Welcome to November Free Bling Friday! Congratulations to Nikki from Jacksonville as the winner of September's Free Bling. This month, since the holiday season will soon be upon us, I wanted to send a little holiday cheer out into the world for Free Bling. I created these little cuties with petite handmade lampwork beads accented by tiny Swarovski crystals and sterling silver. The lampwork beads are about the size of a pencil head. These are fun little Christmas baubles!

To get your name in the hat to win these little beauties, leave me your first name, city and state, and a way to contact you in the comments below no later than midnight EST Thursday, November 29. Share this post on Facebook and post a separate comment letting me know you did that for another entry. And if you haven't already subscribed to my monthly newsletter, click here to subscribe and you'll receive a reminder each month for Free Bling and one more entry. Newsletter readers get a Free Bling entry simply by replying to my monthly email as well as access to subscriber only discounts in my Etsy shop. Love these and can't wait? I'm listing five festive pairs similar to these in my Etsy shop and on my website.

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windycindy said...

Happy November! Your holiday earrings are so delicate, and festive...
I adore the size of the lamp work beads! Nice size!
Thank you,
Maryville, IL 62062

windycindy said...

I shared your giveaway on Facebook!
Merci, Cindi

Unknown said...

Just beautiful!

Cheryl said...

These are so festive, Kelly! :)
(I'm listening to Christmas music too, haha!)
Tallahassee, FL
(850) 228-5060

Unknown said...

I love these earrings!

Jacksonville, Florida

windycindy said...

Shared this! I didn’t see a December post to share.
Merry Christmas!