Sunday, September 13, 2009

Free Ceramic Pendant Exchange

This will begin on Monday, Sept 14. I will give away 7 of my original ceramic pendants or focal beads to seven different designers.
Go to http://www.tototallytutorials.blogspot.com/. Sign up to design a piece of jewelry using my ceramic beads and pendants.
You may pick your pendant, or focal bead, free, from my Etsy store or my web site. http://www.shaterraclaystudio.com/ or http://www.shaterra.etsy.com/. Please email me the item number of the pendant, bead or toggle you want to use. sharleengay@yahoo.com, sharleen@shaterraclaystudio.com, or convo me on Etsy. Include your name, address and email so I can send you the pendant.
You have 2 weeks to apply for this exchange (until Sept. 28).
I will add 3 coordinating beads to whatever focal you choose.
This is all free, here at the "catches":
1) You must create a jewelry item using my piece within 2 weeks of receiving free item.
2) You must post a free tutorial, with photos, detailing how to make the piece. You may post on your own blog, on Totally Tutorials, or on Craftster, Instructables or Cutout and Keep. Tutorial must be posted on a non-commercial site, and must be free.
3) After posting, send me an email letting me know the item has been posted, also notify Dotty at Totally Tutorials.
4) Anyone is free to use your tutorial. I can link to it. I will give credit for link and photos.
5) Please only apply if you can commit to making something wonderful with tutorial and photos within 2 weeks.
Thanks and I am looking forward to seeing some fantastic designs!

3 comments:

Altered Beauty said...

I am in love with your work! I would be honored to do a tutorial with one of your pieces...I will send you an Etsy convo.

Glitter Birdie said...

Hi..

I would love to participate in the exchange program..My choice of stuff from your etsy shop is
Listing # 25484415 ie the leaf pendant.

Do visit my blog:
http://glitterbirdie{dot}blogspot{dot}com

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