Nunn Design Imagination Giveaway

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to Debbi D. on winning this amazing prize package! Check out our winner’s comment by clicking here so you can read her comment.
We’ve got another exciting giveaway to bring to you thanks to Becky Nunn from Nunn Design! This time we want you to use your imagination as you check out some of Nunn Design’s newest additions. What can you imagine making with these unique pieces? The keepsake pendants unscrew so you can add a special trinket inside to treasure forever, or you could use the transfer sheets to adorn a cherished focal piece. You’re only limited by your imagination! Leave a comment below letting us know what you imagine making with these pieces for your chance to win this incredible prize package. We will choose one winner at random.

This giveaway begins today, December 1, 2011, and ends Monday, December 12, 2011 at 11:59PM PT. Only one comment per person; must be 18 or older to enter. This contest is void where prohibited by law and open to US and Canada residents only excluding Quebec. Odds of winning depend on number of entries. Prize valued at $75. No purchase necessary. Winners will be announced Tuesday, December 13, 2011.


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    • Amy L
    • December 6, 2011

    I would love to use the little bottles to put keepsakes in for my daughters to remember their brother, who passed away this time of year 4 years ago. They always say different scents remind them of him and I think it would be awesome for them to have a rememberance of him to wear and keep close to their hearts!

  1. I would go with a “Time in a Bottle” themed necklace. Time is short, and something there is never enough of!

    • Cynthia Quiroga
    • December 6, 2011

    Would love to use the glass pendant to put in a special reminder for my daughter to look at and remember she is not her feelings that ebb and flow, but rather a special and unique loved one-of-kind girl.

    • Allison H
    • December 6, 2011

    I never worked with these before, but I think I would fill them with some tiny things and make some fairies pendents. I have a cigar box just calling out for those transfer sheets.

    • eva kiss
    • December 6, 2011

    i’d send it to my mother for Christmas because I didn’t see her a long time ago. That would be a perfect present for her

    • Jenn
    • December 6, 2011

    I have been eyeing those vials! They are beautiful!

    • Carrie
    • December 6, 2011

    I would put sand and small sea shells in it and give them to my family and friends that have moved away from the sunny state of Florida as a little piece of home they can take with them anywhere.

    • mary reckmeyer
    • December 6, 2011

    I would love to make Christmas keepsakes for my daughter and sisters. I love the look and inspiration of these products.

  2. I have soo many ideas! I’d like to do a steampunky one with small stone chips, gears and dried flowers. Another for a vampire obessed friend with red food coloring, glycerine & glitter. For my friends, thier children’s names, along with small silver hearts and birthstones.

    • Wendy Baker
    • December 6, 2011

    I would make a keepsake for the wedding my daughter just had last summer. I would wait to give it to her on her 1st anniversary to mark that special first year.

    • stacy
    • December 6, 2011

    I’d love to make one of those keepsake pendants for my mom, with something from my kids.

    • Catherine Rohr
    • December 6, 2011

    Make a Christmas memory

  3. I would love to make a beautiful sand theme necklace out of the pendant. With winter here, I am craving summertime. I could make a really fabulous piece!

  4. I LOVE these little vials!!! Oh I would fill them with glitter and make little pixie dust vials for the Renaissance festival. I would create tiny little “love letters,” and antique them with used teabags and burn the edges, roll them up and put on in there for a “Message in a Bottle: keychain or necklace. I would definitely use tiny crystals, tinsel, gold or silver beads, and make a Christmas type of pendant. I would even try to find tiny versions of different 80’s themed items and make a time capsule pendant. I might even fill one with tiny butterflies in honor of my grandmother who recently passed away. I also think dried flowers would be a great idea, and I would use it as a pendant on a long bronze chain with some sparsely placed pearls for a Victorian style necklace. Or even use birthstone colored crystals and small charms appropriate for each child to make a Mother’s Necklace….Oh my goodness, my imagination is going crazy with these!!!!

    • Liz
    • December 6, 2011

    Would love those little “fillable” pendants! Maybe fill them with sand and tiny shells from a fun trip…or candy sprinkles for fun!

  5. I love these! I would fill them with vintage upcycled watch parts, resin and/or handmade polymer clay items. The look of these is simply beautiful and retro 🙂

    • Lana
    • December 6, 2011

    So many things, sand, seed beads, crystals, ribbons anything inside and out to make beautiful necklaces

    • Sheila
    • December 6, 2011

    so many ideas twirling around in my head!!!

  6. Im new to jewelry making and would love to use these beautiful pendants to make keepsakes.

    • Karyn
    • December 6, 2011

    I would use these wonderful pendants to keep loved ones close to my heart. Put a photo and some beautiful colors surrounding.

    • Tina Rivera
    • December 6, 2011

    I would wear it with a keepsake of my kids in it to keep it close to my heart

    • Gina
    • December 6, 2011

    These pendants hold many promises of designs and beautiful images. I love the weight and feel.

  7. I love the keys, which I would add to varying chain lengths. I also like the keepsake jars, which I would fill with crystals or metal gears and hang on twisted wire chokers.

    • Leslie Cordery
    • December 6, 2011

    I would love to win the keepsake pendant. I would use it to make a necklace for my daughter who is away at college. That way she will always have a bit of home with her while she is at school.

    • Jes
    • December 6, 2011

    I am going to make all sorts of prettiful things… lol

    • Laura De La Garza
    • December 6, 2011

    The pendants look vintage. I would probably put a vintage looking cameo in there along with a vintage saying such as “Ever mine, ever thine, ever ours”.

    • Melinda
    • December 6, 2011

    I would make necklaces and bracelets for my family and friends.

    • Debbi
    • December 7, 2011

    Love all of them. I especially love the copper ring. Looks like there is an attachment to put a bead or something like that but I would attach it to a chain drill some holes in the bottom and attach some dangles to it.

  8. i envision a group of people, either a team or a group of volunteers, gathering for an evening of jewelry making. have enough fillable pendants available and fill them with team colors or colors that represent the organization. fillers might include, glitter, stars, sand, or seed beads. or maybe even aromatherapy. have several styles of tag charms as well as the transfer pictures so they can be personalized. create a necklace with the charms and add a color coordinated pearl! voila

    • AS
    • December 7, 2011

    I’d put a dried rosebud in a pendant that can unscrew. To me, that represents blossoming of life and liberation of the soul in confinement which I think is one of the most powerful traits any person or an organism can have. (A live plant might outgrow the vial soon, and hence I’d use a dried rose bud).

  9. I’ll tell you what I would use these fabulous pieces for. You might think me mad! I would love to have the pendant which screws open. I would put little remedies in it. Ginger, cayenne, chili powder – for someone with arthritis. I know many people who would love to carry some with them so they could make healing teas.
    I don’t know if it is leak proof. I would love to put things like rose water in it or holy water. Need that! If not I would put some lovely scented salts in there to add color to match the beads I would create.
    Oh I want it I want it so much!!!!

    • Nery
    • December 9, 2011

    I’d love to make some personalized gifts for my friends.

    • Dorothy Moore
    • December 9, 2011

    I would put a picture of my husband and I from our wedding on the outside and then the 2011 penny I had in my shoe when I walked down the aisle on the inside. Then make it into a necklace using our wedding colors. This way it’s a new keepsake for me and when my daughter gets married she will have her something old

  10. I’m really into photography so I can see myself making little miniature prints of some of my photographs and mounting them onto the pendants. For the pendants that unscrew, I think that would be a great way to carry around some little trinkets from a special occasion – like something from my wedding day. So beautiful!

    • Carol
    • December 9, 2011

    I would put teeny bit of sand, a teeny flat glass bead with “h20” written on it, a tiny round yellow piece of plastic, and the tiniest seashell in mine… to remind me of the ocean, and the beach, so I can hold it, and at least escape to there in my mind when I am having a rough day.

  11. I would love to have the locket to hold my three wise men close to my heart ~ my husband and two sons! What a keepsake that would be.

    • Donna Guzy
    • December 9, 2011

    I would fill one with Christmas wishes and all the sparkles of Christmas.

    • Angela Zonis
    • December 9, 2011

    I would make one for my 13 year old niece who just lost her cat whom she grew up with her entire life. I would put some of Church’s ashes in it so she can have it with her always.

  12. My aunt found a picture of our family and sent it to my mother, It would be great to make a copy and put it in this locket. My parents will be celebrating their 52nd ann. in Feb. She would be so happy to receive such a beautiful gift.

    • Michelle Wong
    • December 9, 2011

    These are great for many things. I would try colored sand, little charms, engraved/emboss/enamel metal or glass, maybe even some seed beads. I might also try to paint some patterns on the outside of the “container” to create more dimensions~! Wow! There are literally endless possibilities!

    • Joan
    • December 9, 2011

    I would fill them with sand and small shells from our beach that we live by to remind me of how beautiful nature is and share them with my girls.

  13. I would make a snowglobe with a tiny Eiffel Tower and travel goodies or gears for a Steampunk effect. Or a snowglobe with tiny owls! I love owls!

  14. The pendant would be a beautiful place to put a lock of my daughter’s beautiful golden hair from her last haircut. The pendant would be the focal point on a necklace featuring bezels with photos of her, under resin, one for each year from when she was My Little Baldilocks to now, at age 8, with a full head of gilded tresses!

    • Lisa Granger
    • December 9, 2011

    I’d place my mother’s picture inside with a background of her handwriting. I’d adhere one if her rhinestone brooches to the outside.

    • Michele
    • December 9, 2011

    I probably out an old picture of my parents inside, or a pressed flower from when my husband gave me.

    • Ellen Bianchi
    • December 9, 2011

    I’d put in some flowers I picked up in Alaska’s tundra.

    • Sharon Walsh
    • December 9, 2011

    I would make a necklace with memories of my sons first year with his fiance and give it to her on there wedding day.

    • Karin Dronenburg
    • December 9, 2011

    I’d love to either create something very special for my daughter to remember her grandparents by or for my youngest granddaughter, since she wasn’t born until long after the grandmothers were gone.

    • Michele De'Brabant
    • December 9, 2011

    I would bling it up with Swarovski & a cool image!

    • Alice Ryan
    • December 9, 2011

    There are so many ideas that come to me when I see the transfer sheets! Multiple charms on a bracelet, several dangles on a necklace made with beads in matching colors, and on and on. I love the vintage look to go with the pendants.

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