Let’s Have a Little Giveaway!

***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED***

The winner of the crocheted beaded necklace/wrap bracelet by Robin Dudley-Howes is…

So here it is….I have done ALL of these things!
* Share the new course and giveaway on Facebook by sharing this post
* Share the new course on IG and tag @jeanneoliver #jeanneolivercreativenetwork #crochetjewelry #robinhowes
* Follow us on Instagram
* Blog about the new course and giveaway
* Pin images from this post to Pinterest

Teresa Young

Congratulations!  Please email us at contact@jeanneoliverdesigns.com.

 

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Back in February I was having dinner with a few good friends in California and I couldn’t keep my eyes off one of my friend’s necklaces! It was exquisite, interesting and a work of art.  It had been wrapped a few times around her neck to make it shorter and she quickly took it off so I could examine it. The whole piece was full of intricate attention to detail.  We were even able to wrap it around our wrists and create the most beautiful wrap bracelet.

Well, I tracked this jewelry artist down and I am excited to tell you that Eclectic Beaded Crochet Jewelry with Robin Dudley-Howes is now teaching on our creative network!

I wanted to give away one of these gorgeous necklaces/wrap bracelets to celebrate!

 

 

 

To enter the giveaway just leave a comment on this post telling us what is your favorite piece of jewelry and why.

For additional chances to win:

* Share the new course and giveaway on Facebook by sharing this post

* Share the new course on IG and tag @jeanneoliver #jeanneolivercreativenetwork #crochetjewelry #robinhowes

* Follow us on Instagram

* Blog about the new course and giveaway

* Pin images from this post to Pinterest

Each time you do one of the above just come back here and let us know.

This giveaway will close on August 3, 2016 at 11:59 pm MST.

The winner will be announced on August 4, 2016.

Thank you so much for sharing, taking courses, sharing your creative lives and allowing us to do what we love!

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If you are new to our creative network here are easy steps to get you started…

1. Register at jeanneoliver.ning.com (this is free).

2. Once your account is active you are able to take advantage of our free courses, series and even pay for courses.

3. Go to jeanneoliver.ning.com and along the top header click on “COURSES” and you will be able to view all three pages of online courses and free series.

4. To purchase a course please choose your course, click on the +join in the upper right hand corner, pay and you will be INSTANTLY in the classroom.

5. All videos can be found along the right hand side of the page under “COURSE CONTENT”.

6. All of our courses are pre-recorded so you can watch at your convenience. The best part is that you have lifetime* access on all new purchases!  Pretty awesome if you ask me.

*As long as we manage the creative network

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  1. Marilyn commented:

    I love pearls because of the way they are created by a simple grain of sand inside the oyster and the process of that little tiny sand turning into something so precious is amazing. I think I have shared about this class haha but just in case I will share again.xo

  2. carlanda Williamson commented:

    I wanted a beautiful necklace with a vintage sailboat on a bake lite buckle, that Jennifer valentine had for sale, years ago. I sat down to order it and it was sold. so sad. fast forward a few years, she had been looking for the pieces and finally found it all and gifted me one. I treasure that piece. Oh I could go on and on, my mother’s beautiful turquoise collection, etc! sharing on fb, liked on instagram, will pin for extra chances. thank you!!

  3. Jill Pitzer commented:

    For Mother’s Day a few years ago, my kids and husband gave me a necklace made from antique rosary beads, relics, and beads. I love it!

  4. Cynthia Fawcett commented:

    I’ve been wearing the same bracelet every day for quite a while now, it is made by Silpada. It’s silver and it says “live laugh inspire blessed” on it. It reminds me how lucky I am every day!

  5. abigail folk commented:

    I have been blessed in the past couple years to do some traveling in Bali, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India, and treasure the prayer beads and necklaces from each of these places…and when I wear them I am reminded to pray for the people groups in these regions, and to know our Father will gather His people together out of ‘every nation, kindred, tribe and nation.’

  6. Libby Simcic commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is my wedding ring. Such a great reminder to me of the commitment and sparkle in my marriage and journey in this life.

  7. Robyn Hirvela commented:

    I love an collect one of a kind handmade jewelry. I love adding found trinkets from flea markets etc to them. I love pieces that are versatile like the piece you are featuring. Love that you can wear it as a necklace or as a bracelet depending on your fashion choice of the day! I’m sharing on all social media!

  8. My favorite piece of jewelry is a piece that I purchased at a Farmer’s Market. It is a necklace with a large Sacred Heart pendant wrapped with a gorgeous ribbon. I love pieces that are original and created by artists with love. I will definitely check out the creative courses that are offered. I am Not a creative person, but I always hoped to learn how to tap into my creativity. This may help me achieve that goal.

  9. I have this beautiful, unique flower ring that is sculpted from antique spoons. It’s big, definitely a statement piece. I always feel so stylish when I wear it!

  10. Christina Aiton commented:

    I pinned it

  11. Christina Aiton commented:

    I shared it on FB

  12. Christina Aiton commented:

    I love the stunning marcasite and turquoise starburst flower brooch that I inherited from my grandmother. I always get compliments whenever I wear it. I’d like to make a necklace or bracelet that would compliment it.

  13. Susan commented:

    I LOVE my Brave Girl bracelet, but my favorite is a bracelet my husband gave me. I wear it everyday!

  14. Christina Aiton commented:

    I am now following you on instagram

  15. Nancy johnston commented:

    I’ve shared on FB so far

  16. Thanks Jeanne and thank you to everyone taking my class and sharing it!

  17. I love to wear all jewelry. But I think my favorite is the amethyst necklace my husband gave me for my birthday last year. Amethyst is such a rich and vibrant color and the stone in my necklace is very organic. I will share this to face book.

  18. Mary Z commented:

    I like charm pendants. You can make them to go with everything!

  19. Lora Royster commented:

    Who would not want this?????I can’t wait for the class!

  20. My grandmother gave me a necklace when I was younger, and when I was older I saw that it was made up of watch parts and stone beads. It is the most whimsical thing I’ve ever known of that is related to my grandmother, who was a bit serious and intense.

  21. I love doodads! (I think that is the correct term!) I love to gaze at all the cute charms and pretties on necklaces like these! Thanks for the sweet giveaway and I shared on FB, follow you on IG and pinned to my Pinterest too.

  22. Mary commented:

    Lately its a vintage brooch with a watch in it, that I picked up at a flea market, and it still works……when I remember to wind it up!!! Thank you for the giveaway!

  23. Lynn Pietig commented:

    My wedding ring!!

  24. Melinda Nelson commented:

    Fun! I love my silver ring that I bought in Guatamala 26 years ago on a missions trip…wow…26 years?
    I wear it always. Thanks!

  25. Pam commented:

    The only jewelry I wear consistently is my engagement ring and wedding band. I,love my engagement ring and enjoy seeing it every day. Love it when I received it 16 years ago and still love it today.

  26. I love this metal cuff that I bought a few years ago at a women’s bankers conference. One of the nights they had vendors set up and this piece just called to me! It’s handmade, silver, and goes with everything! I like to try to buy handmade pieces and support artists.

  27. Maria commented:

    One of my favorite pieces of jewelry that I seem to wear so often is a simple ceramic house hanging from a black cord that was made by pottery artist Julie Whitmore. It represents hearth and home which are so important to me.

  28. Maria commented:

    Pinned to my Jewelry board. Thanks!

  29. Lynne Davey commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is a silver whale tail necklace. I bought it in Hawaii years ago and never take it off. It’s special to me because of my love for whales.

  30. Julie B commented:

    Love so many jewelry pieces, but one of my favorites is a Madonna necklace given to me by my daughter. And I can’t wait for this class!!!

  31. So here it is….I have done ALL of these things!
    * Share the new course and giveaway on Facebook by sharing this post
    * Share the new course on IG and tag @jeanneoliver #jeanneolivercreativenetwork #crochetjewelry #robinhowes
    * Follow us on Instagram
    * Blog about the new course and giveaway
    * Pin images from this post to Pinterest

    Teresa Young

  32. Pinterest, FB, IG, done! Don’t blog, yet…. I love wrap bracelets! I wear them all the time!! I love Robins work!!! Beautiful!!!

  33. Earrings are my favorite. It’s hard to narrow it down more than that because I need a different pair for every mood. 😉

  34. Nancy Johnston commented:

    Followed on Instagram & Pinned on Pinterest. Love them! Already have had family scream thank you for posting on Facebook.

  35. Shelley Gerard Bailey commented:

    I shared & posted on on fb….

  36. Pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook. My favorite piece of jewelry is my antique engagement ring/wedding band. It was my husbands grandmothers wedding band turned into a dinner ring and then used for our engagement ring. I love it.

  37. My favorite piece of jewelry is my wedding ring. My daughter was married in Ireland, my hubby and I bought bands that have Celtic symbols etched in. We exchange rings after the ceremony.

  38. Caitlin Dunn commented:

    I love wooden jewelry. I like down-to-earth jewelry.

  39. CD Lerma commented:

    Favorite piece for the last year, has been a ring that was my uncle’s. He passed away a year ago. We were very close. Sharing post on FB and Pinterest. Bought the instructions. Looking forward to a kit. Thanks!!!

  40. Carol WEILER commented:

    A ring that my mother designed and had made with a diamond from an uncles Stickpin. My father gave it to me when my mother died and I have not taken it off since. Already follow on Instagram.

  41. Angi eharis commented:

    I love rings, always have, but I really love all jewelry and making it too! I would love taking this class with Robyn! Fingers crossed, aloha, angi in hana

  42. I have a hand-carved cameo brooch that’s a family heirloom.

    • A few years ago I made a necklace with laborodite and Mercury glass beads and placed an old silver perfume bottle of my mothers hanging from the bottom. I can remember seeing that old perfume bottle on my mothers make up table years ago. It brings back old memories…

  43. One of my favorite pieces is a ring I inherited from my sister when she lost her battle with cancer. It is gold with a rectangular box setting that flips, one side has onyx and the other a cameo.

  44. Becky J commented:

    What a lovely piece! My favorite jewelry item is the wedding band set around my left ring finger….it has layers and layers of symbolism within it…the diamond solitaire was given so sweetly long ago when we were college juniors…babies, really! haha Then in our immaturity we separated for several months and did some much needed growing up and were reunited and a coordinating band was added, followed by a simple band of gold on our wedding day 25 years ago and finally completed with an anniversary band of 5 diamonds representing our family…thanks for the giveaway & my your lovely daughter is growing up so quickly!! Blessings! xo

  45. My favorite piece of jewelry is a necklace that I made myself with all of my favorite silver charms…a little lotus, a vintage virgin mary charm, a locket, a pearl that my husband gifted to me and a little rhinestone for sparkle. All taken from my most special pieces of jewelry and combined so that I can wear them all at once.

  46. Laura Callaghan commented:

    I love any jewelry that has meaning or incorporates symbols. I can see this is that kind of jewelry!

  47. Janet Wisner commented:

    Already signed up for this one! Shared on Facebook. Following on IG, shared on IG, pinned on Pinterest! Thanks can’t wait for if to start.

  48. Emily commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is a necklace with a simple small gold initial “e” pendant on a thin gold chain. I’ve had it since I was five, and I still wear it all of the time.
    I just pinned this!

  49. Rose commented:

    I have an amythyst pendant necklace of my Mother’s that reminds me of her
    And her Valentines Day birthday.

  50. Such awesome pictures! Love this necklace! Tweeted, IG’d, and Shared on FB!!!!

  51. Debi Brown commented:

    I love my wedding ring and I also wear a heart ring with it that has three hearts symbolizing our kids.
    namaste,
    Debi

  52. One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is necklace with an almost broach looking “charm” and a large center flat stone attached to a thick gold chain that was my Grandma’s.

  53. I followed you on Instagram.

  54. I pinned the giveaway too :)

  55. Hi, I like my pearl earrings. I just love pearls they are magical to me. (ps I follow you on instagram (colorhealsme)

  56. Julia Molewyk commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is a set of stacking rings I got for my 40th birthday. The stones are differing sizes and represent our family. There are birthstone for a few of us, a Jade stone for my daughter named Jade, and the biggest is a moonstone for our wedding anniversary and ny youngest son’s birth month, which is actually April, and I Iiked the white of the moonshine instead of a clear stone. I love how I got to customize the piece and the Etsy artist I bought it from was great to work with. I will have to look into taking this jewelry course to make some more meaningful jewelry for myself and to give away. Thanks for the chance to win!

  57. I love these ‘junk gems’ and I need all the pearls of wisdom I can find! Thank you for a chance to win.xx

  58. Stacey B commented:

    I currently find myself wearing a pendant of rutilated quartz that one of my workmates gifted me. She’s very generous and knew I had been looking for something similar. It has “good vibes”.

  59. My favourite piece of jewellery is my wedding ring. My husband and I both have the same design of a wolf etched into the rings. They were made by a wonderful native artist in Vancouver B.C. The wolf symbolizes loyalty, family , communication and understanding.

  60. Priyanka commented:

    I love a bird’s nest pendant that I made with silver wire n pearls.. I goes well on any outfit n I get many compliments on that.

  61. Priyanka commented:

    I followed u on Instagram.

  62. Priyanka commented:

    I pinned the post on Pinterest..

  63. Laura Lundrigan commented:

    Shared on FB

  64. Laura Lundrigan commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is a handmade necklace a friend gave me after the death of my mother. It is made of elbow shaped glass tube beads and swarovski crystals.

  65. I really love a ring I inherited from my mother and grandmother that has a lovely tanzinite stone surrounded by diamonds.

  66. Shared on Facebook and Pinterest

  67. I love love love the eclectic vibe and the story this necklace tells. I have many sentimental favorites I enjoy wearing, but if I had to choose just one, it would have to be my engagement ring. My husband picked it out completely by himself and nailed it. He found a “vintage style” setting in 2000 before anyone was really thinking that way. He added sapphires on each side of the diamond BEFORE Chandler gave one exactly like it to Monica on the TV show Friends. LOL. He was ahead of the times, and we were vintage before vintage was cool! So glad to have all this company on the vintage train now though!

  68. Shared it on Pinterest!

  69. Posted to my secret facebook group! :)

  70. Robin commented:

    I love necklaces. This necklace is gorgeous!!!

  71. Michelle B commented:

    My favorite piece of jewelry is a simple hammered silver band that my partner made me. He spent a lot of time on it and it suits me perfectly :)
    I am not into metal work myself, but love crochet and have been wanting to try crocheting some jewelry. Thanks for the giveaway!

  72. Michelle B commented:

    I’m now following you on instagram @mbrigham7

  73. Michelle B commented:

    I’ve posted the giveaway on Pinterest! https://au.pinterest.com/pin/420312577706126857/

  74. Teri commented:

    I am very sentimental with jewelry. Right now my favorite is a bracelet made from tiny plastic beads and wire. 18 months ago I went on a mission trip to an orphanage and a girl that I had been connecting with made it.

  75. katie commented:

    i pinned this post on one of my pinterest boards.
    xo, katie

  76. katie commented:

    probably my ring from when my partner and i had our ceremony 15 years ago.
    we bought it at an antique show for less than 100$, but i am still so happy with it.
    i also love my necklace with my favorite cross and medallions with my children’s names on them.
    this necklace is gorgeous; i have already signed up for this course.
    thank you, katie

  77. susanssoulshines commented:

    I absolutely love the unique types of jewelry with multiple styles used together, like metal leaves, pearls, gem stones, ribbons, mixed colors & textures, etc. That way you can wear it with everything and it always looks great, casual or dressy, a new & old look combined. My perfect kind of jewelry, in fact I made some jewelry in the past, I’m a hand crafter from way back but your style is tricky to get it to look just right the way you’ve achieved it to – it looks amazing. My permanent addiction is crochet, so I’m low on cool jewelry to wear with it! :)