GOOD NEWS EVERYONE, I’m celebrating the launch of my website and new product with a giveaway of the new product! I have three spare necklaces I want to give away and Tumblr has been good to me. And now, CHECK OUT THE RULES! WHEW! To enter the contest, you copy/paste the quoted area below into a new post (as in, don’t reblog) and at least one tag is “thatonegiveaway”.
I wish to join the giveaway for one of three 3”-ish necklaces made of Sterling Silver and Cubic Zirconium valued at $150 each. The contest ends September 30th with the winners being announced on the jeweler’s nifty new website artgemsjewelers.com, and the blog running the contest is Pathetic Peripatetic. I’ve also made sure I’m following all of the rules.
Just because it’s a crack doesn’t mean that it’s broken. This pendant captures the repercussions of the absolute collapse of the universe and death of everything everywhere. The jeweler couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate the ending of the universe.
Man, it’s a good thing I’m tagging this “thatonegiveaway” without quotations, or else how else would the very nice man have noticed?
I have three identical necklaces things to give away for funsies. And this is the post with the rules everyone who enters must link to.
Since our Facebook page only has 38 likes I’m still debating on if I should take one and give it away there to get more likes. I also have to check to make sure that’s not against any FB rules. I decided all three will be given away on Tumblr, the best social media website of all <3 NOW FOR RULES:
To abide by Tumblr’s rules, reblogging this post is not the way to get in. Sorry, you have no clue how much I wish it was.
To join the giveaway you have to make a new post with the quoted text from the giveaway post (with working links).
At least one of your first three tags must be “thatonegiveaway” without quotations. (So I can see it)
You must include the images in your post.
You must be 18+ for legal (and Tumblr legal) reasons. Sorry, 17.9 people. Perhaps if you tried harder you wouldn’t have been excluded.
The last day to join is Sunday, September 30th 2012 at 11:59PM Central (-6:00)
Winners will be announced on the website sometime in October.
I am not currently affiliated with the BBC, though I do want to be.
You don’t have to follow me, but you’re welcome to.
Unlimited Entries allowed: but your posts cannot be consecutive.
If I “Like” your entrant post, it doesn’t mean anything. I’ll be using that heart to bookmark where I last stopped taking note of entrants.
There is no reason to reblog this post. Reblogging this post doesn’t mean you’re in.
So the website is almost almost almost finished. I expect it to be ready by the end of the week so I made a FB page. The difference between this Tumblr and the Facebook Page will be the Facebook will have mostly business related statuses. Although, since I’m in charge of it, I can’t guarantee it to be all seriousness.
Over the weekend while I was answering emails, doing other work related stuff (but not related to the PBRs), I came across this email. A while back someone emailed me asking to put an emerald topaz in the ring, which required modifications as you’ll soon see. They bought a matching ring box to go with it.
I want to let you know that I really appreciate the creativity and excellent quality of the ring that you have crafted for me. When I first saw this ring on facebook, I knew that it would be really special to my girlfriend. I know it has taken quite a while of back and forth emailing all of the details to finalize the ring. I really appreciate your patience, and even more, I am super happy that it came out so good. I want you to know that I am doing all I can to promote you and your business, and just really am enamored with this ring. I proposed to my girlfriend with this ring, because she is a huge Dr. Who fan (her family is also really into it) and I scored some major points for that, but it wouldn’t have been possible without you having this ring as a possibility in the first place. Thank you for making this a possibility :) Here are a few pictures to go along with how it was presented, and how it looks.