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Giveaway: Valentine's Day Jewelry from Shabby Apple

Why wait for that special someone to shower you with pretty things on Valentine's Day?  You can treat yourself to a romantic piece of costume jewelry from Shabby Apple, the vintage-inspired clothing and accessories online retailer.

Better yet, if you're the lucky winner, you will receive a lovely cameo necklace or Alice in Wonderland-inspired bracelet from Shabby Apple.  Here's how to enter to win (you must complete all three steps to be considered and combine info in one comment):

1) Retweet this post.
2) Follow me on Twitter @TracyEHopkins or on Google Connect.
3) Leave a comment with your first name & email address, and tell me your favorite romantic comedy.
(This giveaway offer ends Monday, Jan. 30 at 11:59 p.m.)


The Duchess ($52): Vintage style cameo necklace with gold metal setting suspended from 24” long chain.
Cameo 40 X 30mm.

Handmade in the USA.


The Queen's Rose ($52): Beautiful vintage style pink cameo with white rose set in silver metal setting. 
Setting is suspended on 15” long sterling silver chain.  

Handmade in the USA.


Dark Secrets of Wonderland ($32): Gun metal multi-chain bracelet with gun metal charms and lobster clasp closure.
Charms:  clock, scissors, hour glass, cross, and various sized gun metal heart lockets.
Materials: gun metal hardware and charms.
Measurements:  8” inches at furthest link.
Handmade in the USA.

Images courtesy of Shabby Apple


Comments

  1. Glad I found your post!
    Hilary, Hilary@hm-pr.com

    My fave romantic comedy would probably be Crazy, Stupid, Love though. Best fight scene ever!

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  2. Krystal, iamkrystalh@gmail.com

    I'm a sucker for Jennifer Lopez films lol. My favorite romantic comedy is The Wedding Planner

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  3. following gfc
    anissacoupons(at)hotmail(dot)com
    https://twitter.com/#!/goochin/status/161907873960558593
    my favorite romantic is Something About Mary

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  4. Retweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/MrsS07/status/161975790983053312

    Following via GFC.

    Randi, randi.amoderndayfairytale@gmail.com

    Favorite Romantic Comedy is probably How To Deal:)

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  5. Retweeted, following you on twitter...@natssentiments

    natalie - nataliessentiments@gmail.com

    Reality Bites.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Retweeted, following you on Twitter - @milliebell_

    Melissa - melissa@milliebell.com

    My favorite romantic comedy is Friends With Benefits!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Retweeted and following you via GFC (as Cat)

    Cat- sweepinpianista at gmail dot com

    I really love The Wedding Planner (introduced me to the weddingchannel dot com when I was in middle school :))

    ReplyDelete
  8. Retweeted and following by GFC

    Debra Distrateddebra @mail.com

    I love the movie Sweet Home Alabama.

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