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Friday, April 16, 2010

Go Green with the Etsy Twitter Team- Giveaway #1

Hi all!!
Our first giveaway for our go green event is being sponsored by Kristen from
It is a beautiful gold Button Charm Bracelet.
Kristen has created this beautiful recycled piece for us to giveaway to our lovely readers.
to enter please follow the rules below
last day to enter will be: April 23, 2010 at 11:59Am EST

How to enter the giveaways:

~Please leave individual comments with a shop name and/or email address I can contact you if you win! Each entry counts as one entry and I will use a randomizer to pick the winner.

~Only 3 entry's per giveaway. (per person)

~Don't forget to come back and enter each one of our giveaways

1. Leave a comment on our blog at

2. Tweet our Event: The Etsy Twitter Team is throwing an eco-party for Earth Day from April 15-22, 2010 #etsytwitter #gogreen” *

You also must put @etsytwitrteam so we can track it and/or a link with your comment.

3. Leave a recycling tip on our blog for another entry.

The winner will be chosen by and you have one week from the original post date to enter!

Good luck in Going Green!


*all pictures and information are copyrights of firebirdhouse


KayzKreationz said...

That is a gorgeous bracelet. I love recycling/upcycling things into other useful things.

KayzKreationz said...

I take old newspaper/shredded up bills and paper and use as mulch around my flower beds. About 18 layers of newspaper will keep almost any weed out. Then I put dressy mulch on top to look nice. Reuses the old newspaper/bills and composts down into the soil to enrich it.

Weeza said...

So pretty:) I love oversized charm bracelets.

Susan said...

too cute

basswoodstitchery said...

Great idea!

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