Monday, February 23, 2009

Free Giveaway!!! Enter for Your Chance to Win a Maedeup Bracelet


With all the bad news in the world these days, I decided it was time for some good news!!! I am giving away this maedeup bracelet handmade by myself. It is 7 3/4" long end to end and is made using Korean cording. The heart is silver plated and 3/4" - 1" in size. I will ship anywhere in the world.
All you need to do is a leave a comment in this post. You may enter only once. The drawing will be on Saturday (Feb. 28th) morning, Korean time. Good luck!

34 comments:

vonna said...

I love the heart~ I miss you :(

American In Paris Beads & Jewelry said...

I think you are so incredibly brave, and I admire you. The knots are beautiful <3 -Laurel (the american in Paris)

Linda said...

That is a beautiful bracelet and a beautiful thing you are doing.

khais_mine said...

It is beautiful!!

veroniquemckay said...

Wow, you are up to so much at a time! I love the Chilbo and your little chest will be fantastic!
Keep up the beautiful work!

The Davis' said...

What a beautiful piece. And you're right, there's too much evil going on in this world.
Good luck and happy living!

CreekHiker said...

You are starting you're own One World, One Heart!

Helen Hughes said...

Becky, I know I've told you before, but I've enjoyed reading about your adventures in Korean. Please keep it up!

suzee said...

Becky, you don't know me but I've been following your Korean adventures on your blog and at TAM. It's a wonderful act to release a thing of beauty into the world in an effort to counteract evil. Peace from Canada,
Suzee

Ron said...

Great bracelet, Becky. You're so very kind to do this giveaway! Perhaps I'll even win! :o)

martha said...

What a nice idea. Now we have something to look forward to. Beautiful work on the bracelet.

Beth said...

I love reading your blog! It is so interesting to read about your time in Korea. Thank you for writing about all aspects of your stay.

Heather said...

Your bracelet is beautiful. I love reading about your adventures in Korea. I would love to visit there someday.

Nannies said...

Please enter me into the Maedeup bracelet contest!

Karen said...

Becky,
your bracelet is beautiful!!!!!! I hope I win. Thanks for sharing your life in Korea with us. It is one of the most interesting stories on my slice of the net.
Karen

Jane said...

Please enter me into your giveaway. I enjoy reading your blog. My family is from South Korea and it brings back memories from when I was little.

Shari said...

What a truly kind thing to do. I will find the thread on TAM so I can keep up with your adventures too. Thanks so much for doing this!

Shari Hagewood in southern California

autumnal scent said...

i'm always reading about other people's artistic hobbies since I don't really have the time or resources to do it myself. i've always loved art, though; there are no limits, no rules, and there's natural beauty in all creations. i hope i can blog about my own artistic perspective when i get the privilege...

p.s., i'm looking forward to the results of your box chest~

umma2kimchilovers said...

Lovely bracelet. Have you give any thought to making Korean Christmas ornaments this year using this knot.

one-eared pig said...

Thank you for the opportunity!

Mary Beth said...

I love the bracelet! Very nice design!

Wren said...

I've read all about your journey learning maedeup. I'd like to know how to do this myself. This is really nice of you to offer one of your bracelets.

Megan Doerr said...

Becky it is beautiful and conveniently matches the neckless you gave me. Joshua is sharing his Korea Flat Stanley. He is very excited. Thanks again.

The Pear Door said...

That is a beautiful piece and I would love to win it. But I would love the little chest in your last entry even more! I'll be watching to see it complete!

Qsand said...

I can't wait to see the finished chest!

Beth said...

I was not familiar with 'Korean cording' but now that I've seen it, I think I need to learn more about it!

Beautiful bracelet, Becky.

Thanks for including me in the chance to win.
Best,
Beth (wimsey on LE)

Jo Hoffacker said...

Very cool!

joyce said...

Love reading about your adventures...reminds me of when I was there in the 90's and makes me want to return. Your crafts are beautiful! Thanks for chance!

A life of Assorted Nuts said...

You did a great job!

Stephanie said...

I love it... and I love your blog!

Jelly said...

I wish I could find the same classes to take down south. I love the things you make! Pick me, please!!

Girl Who Can't Cook said...

OMG...Thank goodness I read your blog in time to enter :) I am totally loving the results of your progress in chilbo! <3

Irishlace said...

I work for an ESL (english as a second language) program. Some of the students we have are from Korea. Your insights have helped me to better understand them, their culture and share tidbits of "home" with them.
Thanks for sharing.
Another Becky

Tsunamiblues said...

The bracelet is really pretty!!!

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