Mom and I Make a Perfect Pair Giveaway

Mom and I make a perfect pair giveaway

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to our winner Aubrey M.

Mother’s Day is coming up and it’s time to honor that special woman in your life with a heartfelt gift. It is often gifts made with love that show her you really care, so why not make her a beautiful piece of jewelry, along with a little something for yourself! We’re giving away the components to our Snow Leopard and Cosmopolitan earrings, so you can make a pair of earrings for the mother figure in your life and a pair for yourself. These earrings feature Venetian beads with the same pattern in different colors, so you and mom can wear them together and complement each other’s style in a subtle yet sweet way. To enter this giveaway, share a story about the mother figure in your life that completes you in the comments below. One lucky commenter will win these earring components, just in time for Mother’s Day!

This contest runs from today until Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 11:59pm PST. Please see our official contest rules for more details. Make sure to enter soon and have fun sharing your stories!

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    My mother figure would be my aunt. She took care of me when my mother was admitted to a psychiatric ward when I was very little, 3 or 4 I think. Later in my troubled childhood she stood up to my mother when there was evidence of neglect and abuse. To this day she is my model of “normal” and my go to when I have parenting questions, and my younger brother is so close with my aunt he calls her mom. I am so grateful to have my aunt in my life. Unlike my own mother, her sister, my aunt has always been there for me.

    • Cheryl Gray
    • April 17, 2013
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    My mother is the most courageous, beautiful, loving, caring person I know. She only has one eye but was and is able to take care of all of us kids, the house and make meals without complaining at all. Often times she’d catch us doing something we shouldn’t be doing (as kids will do) and we’d ask her how she knew, she’d smile and say she had an eye in the back of her head, we always thought she did until we got older LOL. She is my inspiration, she can’t drive and would have to walk everywhere but she never let her impairment get in her way. She’s the most courageous, smart, funny and intelligent person I know, she’s my role model and my best friend who’s always there for me no matter what.
    I love her with all my heart.

    • Suzanne Burleigh
    • April 17, 2013
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    Without my Mother having been in my life, I’d never have learned to appreciate color, flair, fashion, jewelry, accessorizing or a love for any of those things and so much more! Some might have thought her to be dramatic, but she never once left the house without the right scarf (we’re talking 60’s and 70’s, okay?), the perfect earrings, necklace or brooch, complimenting purse or clutch, and of course, the “right shoes.” Thank heavens I was born into the world of color, class and love for making people smile that she taught me! How dull and gray my world be without her. Though she is now gone, she is with me each day when I design a piece of jewelry, make a web graphic, or even just get dressed for the grocery store. Love you so much Mom!

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    My mom has passed away, but she was my best friend, a day didn’t pass that either I called her or she called me, we didn’t live close enough to get to talk face to face very often, but we made up for it when we did get together! I would like to make these earrings for my daughter and my self, I think she would like them!

    • Carole Carlson
    • April 17, 2013
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    My mother, my daughter and I are a matched set. We have the same wicked sense of humor. My mom was always the anchor for our family, and now that she has Alzheimer’s, the torch has passed to me. I can already see that my daughter will be ready to bear the torch when I have to relinquish it. My daughter enjoys beading as well, so we would each make a pair, and then one more for my mom.

    • andrea porter
    • April 17, 2013
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    My mom is my best friend. I love to make jewlery and she loves to recieve it. She is a wonderful mother and an awesome Grandma!

    • Sandy C.
    • April 17, 2013
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    There aren’t words to describe how amazing my mother is. I’m beyond blessed to have her.

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    I just spent a few days with my Mom. We made jewelry one day and painted and antiqued two vases another day. Everyday we are together is a special time. My mother has chronic leukemia. I don’t know how many years are left so I cherish every moment. She has taught me so much and is still teaching me every time we are together. God bless my mother.

    • Katrena Orme
    • April 17, 2013
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    My mom is my best friend. She started out teaching me everything about sewing, crafting, and cooking. She taught me how to work hard in life. Life has not always been great, but I always knew that mom would be there for me no matter what. She is my hero!

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