For the past six months I have been giving away packages of handcrafted jewelry worth over $100 each! I hope the 10 winners so far have enjoyed their jewelry prizes. 🙂

In 2016 I plan to donate my extra jewelry to a women’s ministry. Many of you suggested that when I started the giveaways over the summer and I think it’s a good idea.

It’s been my pleasure to share with all of you, I wish I could have sent everyone a piece of jewelry, but it’s not possible. Instead, I feel like I’m doing something even better: teaching you how to make your own custom jewelry pieces in exactly the colors & styles you like.

Watch the video below for details. Or watch the video on YouTube.

Please fill out the Rafflecopter area below for your chance to win.

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47 thoughts on “Jewelry Giveaway! December 2015

  1. Thank-you for a chance to win! I am looking thru some of your videos and appreciate the time and effort it takes to make these tutorials~

  2. I would love to win! I’ve been showing my granddaughter all of your lovely earring tutorials and she has some picked out for me to do for her! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I just moved so I need to get organized so I can start making jewelry again. Thank you for giving all of us a chance again to win and thank you for taking time out to show us how to make jewelry. Thank you so much I have learned a lot from you.

  4. My jewellery plans for 2016 are to branch out and learn as many new techniques as I can, both in beading, pollimer clay and wire work.

    I want to thank you for all the tutorials you make. I have learned so much from you!

  5. My plans for bead projects are to keep advancing and start selling a few items. I am not a very confident sales person. I think its wonderful that you will donate to the Womans Ministry! I love giving my jewlry away. Today a sweet salesgirl at the store gave me a compliment on my bead pendant so i took it off my neck and gave it to her. I dont do that all the time but It made us both happy. Thankyou Sandy for teaching us!!

  6. I have a lot of handmade jewelery with mainly glass beads. I do have some plans on mending some old ones that I snagged a while ago and remake them into something new and get a few new pieces to play with thanks for the chance to win
    hugs Nikki

  7. Just stumbled upon your jewelry tutorials. I love them. You’ve inspired me to give wire work a try. Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. My jewelry making plans for 2016 is to stop doubting myself and continue practicing my wirework and beading skills.

  9. I have learned so much from your tutorials. I am enjoying learning all that you share with us! Thank you so much for this give a way!! Happy New Year!

  10. I have bought some agate bead strands at a local rock & gem show. I hope to buy some nice spacer beads to make a necklace. Thanks for the opportunity to win some jewelry! Love your videos!

  11. Started to make seed bead jewelry it’s taking time but worth it my 3year old daughter loved my peyote stitched bracelet and she wanted it. Trying to more jewelry and even concentrating on my career too studying hopefully get job and do bead work simultaneously.

  12. It’s been so great to watch & learn from you, Sandy 🙂 You’ve given some really great tips that have helped me!!! Looking forward to 2016 videos & creations. I hope u & your loved ones has a wonderful New Year! Best wishes to all 😉

  13. Thanks once again love ur videos and made dagger beads necklace and gave as a present to my kids teachers they where very happy and off course I was also happy and now iam learning knitting and crochet hopefully will more projects in 2016

  14. In 2016 I hope to start selling my jewelry to help fund “Rise Up Society” in Kenya. They need a clinic in order to medically treat victims of jigger infestations.

    Please watch their YouTube site to learn about their programs.

  15. My plans is to craft jewellery for 1 person every week because it makes them smile and it is the best feeling knowing u r responsible for their smile

  16. My jewelry goals are to learn bead and wire weaving I love making jewelry but I am a beginner and would love to learn any new techniques. Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. Really want to organize better then make some great jewelry, mainly bracelets. I will scour your videos as you offer so many great ideas and will definitely use some for my creations. Thank you for all your help for jewelry makers.

  18. In the new year, I plan to liberate my dining room table (at last!) by finishing a dedicated craft area in a spare (now mostly storage) room. Lighting will be a challenge–any suggestions, anyone? Once I can actually find/see everything I’ve been collecting in my bead stash, I’ll be using it up in more beadweaving, stringing, and kumihimo projects, trying more necklaces (outside earring/bracelet comfort zone), improving color/texture combinations and wirework skills, and learning as many new techniques as time and money will allow.
    Sandy, many thanks for all your excellent tutorials, which have been a catalyst and inspiration this past year. A very Happy New Year to all!

  19. thank you so much Sandy for all your gorgeous tuttorials , I’d like to have much time to make jewelry and learn Kumihimo technic!

  20. My plans for jewelry making in 2016 is to make some pieces to hopefully sell. I would also like to better organize my beads. Thank you for your generous giveaways.

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