Sunday, March 16, 2014

Lampwork Glass Sale 20% Off and Giveaway

I have a 20% off sale in the shop this week on all of my glass lampwork, yes that includes glass headpins, but no enamel.

Since it's just the Lampwork on sale there is no coupon code.

 I will figure out your discount and refund the amount via what ever payment method you used.

 Based on feedback I have received from customers as well as a personal need for a change, I am eager to get some new Lampwork in the shop. When I look at my glass offerings at shows it looks confusing, most of my sets are random and I feel the need to put a little more thought into what glass sets I offer. Make it easier for my customers to visualize what they can do with a set of beads. 

Now I just need to add more hours to my day, there is so much going on my head is spinning.

It's way overdue for a 

GIVEAWAY 

You know how this works, leave a comment in the comment section to get one chance at the giveaway. If you have an opinion regarding what kind of Lampwork glass sets would be most useful for you in your jewelry designs let me know. If you have no opinion any comment will do.

I don't have photos of the giveaway yet but it will be a mixed bag of glass and enamel. I acquire quite a few single enamel pieces when I am making my pairs so it would be a good chance to get a variety of my enamel pieces. I will probably have at least two winners, maybe more it depends on my stash.

If you link to this blog post on your blog, facebook, or twitter that will get you another chance to win.

 Just leave me another comment that you linked to this post.

I will pick the winners on Sunday, March 23rd and the 20% off sale will end that same Sunday at midnight.

Have fun and I will be back later in the week with photos of the giveaway.


25 comments:

Rebecca said...

Maybe it's not the most useful comment, but I really like the Lampwork that you currently offer! I do like sets (4 or more) better than pairs but that's a personal choice. I prefer a little more value rather than a lower overall price, if that makes sense. I'm a bulk-buyer! I do particularly love your eggs too. I love your colour choices and find the variation within your work continually inspiring!

Angi said...

I am such a fan of your beads! Love your colors and over all bead designs! You rock!

Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

Alice said...

I like to buy sets of several beads that are varied in color and shape but still compatible. Thanks for the chance to win some of your lovely beads.

Lucid Moon Studio said...

I am a huge fan of your lampwork, and prefer to buy in sets. I like the glass headpins as well. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

Susan Marling said...

I really like the ribbed beads - I like the texture they give a piece. Headpins are great also. Thank you for this chance.

Kristen said...

You know I love your work. I think you are so talented!

kaushambi shah said...

I LOVE your enamel pieces and never had a chance to desig with your lampwork glass Anne ! Would be VERY HAPPY woman if I won some of your stash :)

stacilouise said...

I would love a chance to win. I got some really awesome matte beads from you two years ago at beadfest, and I love them. I am still hoarding them. ;)

kaushambi shah said...

I just shared this link on the "Creative Bead Chat" and "Bead Soup Cafe" facebook group pages !

Claire Lockwood said...

I love the flower headpins. Wish I had money to buy big bunches of them!

Lesley Lane said...

I would love a chance to win some of your gorgeous beads!

Lesley Lane said...

Also shared on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/lesleyevans09

Cheri said...

I love your beads, I prefer odd number sets. I make asymetrical necklaces and bracelets.

Cheri said...

Shared on facebook. Thank you!

Susanm said...

I am a huge fan of your work, but am very partial to your lampwork beads - have several pairs in my stash that I'm saving for just the right project. I really like the ribbed beads - pairs are great, but a set of 3, 4, or 5 would be great to make a coordinating bracelet or necklace. I have been thinking about buying some disc beads, so more sets would be great.

Eugenie said...

Your lampwork beads are gorgeous. I particularly like the ones with silver in them.

eugeniewu at gmail dot com

Eugenie said...

Shared on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eugenie.wu.1/posts/739562169400907?stream_ref=1

eugeniewu at gmail dot com

Leah Curtis said...

Shared on my Facebook page, too!

Shaiha said...

I just love the fact that all of your beads are unique. I do tend purchase beads in odd numbered sets for necklaces and bracelets.

Shaiha said...

I shared on twitter

https://twitter.com/Shaiha_/status/446388347259613184

Lori Anderson said...

I love everything you make, and was thrilled to finally meet you at BeadFest!

Maplegirl said...

I like pairs for earrings, but sets with a few more are more flexible. However pairs are nice if I need to watch my total (for customs). I have some of your lampwork beads and I love the eggs, but favs are your beads encased in clear, and your headpins with swirls of colour inside.

Niky Sayers said...

Oh, please enter me into your giveaway! have a great day x

Penny Neville said...

I love your lampwork and enamel. Your beads feel very organic to me, the have that earthy calm.

Deb Brennan said...

Saw you today at the expo....I am enchanted by your work, my daughter and I both enjoyed talking with you