Hello lovely readers! It’s January 2012 and it’s time for another giveaway. My two other giveaways are still open till January 7th by the way. So anyway, if you want to win all the accessories (PLUS one surprise prize) then all you have to do are the ff :
This Vintage Dateless Planner is not only very classy, its being dateless gives its advantage. Technically, being dateless means I can still keep this and use it anytime I wish, even up till next year… but it would be such a waste keeping it that long. Now, you can have it… yes, you… I’m giving this away. It has a dateless monthly and weekly layout plus a couple of notes pages inside. Really, really lovely I tell you.
Aside from that, I decided to kick in and pair it with 3pcs. of awesome, very popular vintage rings. Isn’t that great???
Now, all you have to do is follow the instructions and fill up this rafflecopter to make your entries count. But most importantly, make sure you follow me on Tumblr and reblog!
Thanks and Good luck everyone!!!
*Note: Contest runs January 06 - 21, 2012…
*Raffling and announcement of winner will be on: January 22, 2012
Just like any other successful businesses, Something Young is a product of a hobby turned business story. Sarah is a self confessed Do-It-Yourself girl. In fact, this polymer creations started out when she tried to recreate polymer pieces she liked online. To finance her DIY obsession, she sold her works online and now, Something Young is amongst my favorite polymer slash locket source.
The last time I had a locket similar to what Sarah makes is when my aunt from New Jersey gave me one… and that was back when I was young. It’s gone now, and I never saw anything like it ever… until I came across Something Young. Now, I’m still deciding which to get for myself.
Here’s a little story behind this collection from Sarah herself:
"The Fleurettes Locket Collection has been my goal ever since I started creating with polymer clay. The time-consuming, most-intricate technique showcased in this collection is commonly known as the applique technique. Given the little time I could spare to trinket-making during college, I couldn’t make this technique until I finally got a lot of time to spare on polymer clay. I find this technique very sophisticated and unique. Plus, I get to cover them in lots of sparkly shimmer! :P" ~Sarah Young