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Summer Jewelry Giveaway from Soraya by Rozi!

This summer, it's easy to jazz up your wardrobe staples with earthy jewelry with colorful stones.  And Everything She Wants is offering one lucky lady the chance to win either a pair of beautiful, gold plated Teardrop Earrings in turquoise (retail value $50) or a Large Teardrop Necklace with a red stone on a gold chain (retail value $40) from Soraya by Rozi.



Here's how you can enter to win one of these trendy jewelry pieces. Please combine all of the following info in one comment/response -- duplicate comments will be ineligible:

1) Retweet this post.
2) Follow me on Twitter @TracyEHopkins.
3) Tell me where you'd wear this lovely summer jewelry?

This giveaway offer ends on Wednesday, June 13, 2012.  Good luck!


Comments

  1. I would wear this lovely jewelry out to dinner!

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  2. I retweeted and followed as kleemorris and I would wear this summer jewelry to smarten up my work wardrobe, and when i'm going out for an evening with my husband!
    blue65829 at aol dot com

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  3. I'd wear this jewelry out on a date!

    lesliexhope @ gmail.com

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  4. I would wear this jewelry out to lunch with my friends!
    follow on twitter and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/hbbs55/status/211545464842100737

    hbbs55 at gmail dot com

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  5. My tweet: https://twitter.com/tamarsw/status/212029579693531136
    @tamarsw follows you already :)
    I love the turquoise earrings and would wear them out and about!

    tamarsweeps at gmail

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  6. i follow on twitter and retweeted - https://twitter.com/trinicutiegal/status/212172492834471937

    I would love to wear it when I go out with my friends.
    k_rampersad03(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. I follow on Twitter (@CandiceHull) and retweeted https://twitter.com/CandiceHull/status/212412379189882881
    I would wear this on date night with my husband (when we can find a babysitter) and I love to wear fun dresses to church and these would go perfect with them
    thank you for the giveaway
    candicesweeps at yahoo dot com (might be different from my google email)

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  8. I follow you on twitter (@Italcutie) and re-tweeted the post. If I win I will wear the jewelry to the Ringo Starr concert I am going too.
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  9. I am following on twitter @wordromancer and have tweeted the post.

    I would wear it to the summer party my friend is throwing in a few weeks.

    tridingermckee@gmail.com

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  10. I would wear it to summer cookouts!

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  11. 1. tweeted post!
    https://twitter.com/atypicalone/status/216660325066481665
    2. followed you! i'm @atypicalone
    3. i'd wear either piece for any fun summery occasion from shopping with the gals or dating...even work! =)

    sorry if this is another extra post...sigh, for some reason i am not seeing any confirmation of my post being put up. :(

    thanks tracy

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