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There’s no better time to be inspired by nature than in autumn. The color-changing leaves, the crisp mornings soothed by afternoon sun, and the familiar smells like pumpkin spice and burning embers. For our latest giveaway, we want you to channel all of your senses and share an ode to the season. The new fall collection from Nunn Design is full of elegance and romance, so we thought this would be an amazing opportunity to give one lucky winner a special prize. Inside this collection are sweet simplicities like floral bead caps and honeybee embellishments among others, all with the intent of helping you make a lasting memory in your designs.
Nunn Design helps you tell a story through every detail, like we did in our Opportunity pendant idea. This design beautifully portrays a powerful message of hope and aspiration through an allegorical bird and cage design. The quality of Nunn Design jewelry components is what makes this new line so special. Their signature heirloom style is captured in these new pieces, leaving you with jewelry of unquestionable style.
To enter our Nunn Design Fall Collection Giveaway, write a poem about fall by leaving a comment on this blog. It can be a long or as short as you like, as long as it captures what you love about this season. We will choose one winner to receive this prize.
After providing your name and e-mail address, submit your poem as a comment on this blog.
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No purchase necessary, must be 18 or older to enter. Please one comment per person. Odds of winning depend on number of entries. Prizes valued at $50 each, void where prohibited by law. Contest valid in the US and Canada only excluding Quebec. This contest runs from tonight, Monday, November 19, 2012 and ends Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 11:59PM PT. Winner will be announced Wednesday, November 28, 2012.
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