Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Resin Blog Candy

Like to win goodies? Then keep reading.... I have blog candy to give away!

To coincide with my upcoming resin class I'm giving away this handmade resin bangle. It's cast using one of the fabulous Krafty Lady bangle moulds that I use in this class and it's called Multi Faceted.

For your chance to win it, all you have to do is leave your comment on this post and you'll be in the draw. You have until Sunday night (26/10) 8pm aest when I will randomly draw a winner.

Don't live in Australia? Don't worry.... I will post internationally! The winner must contact me by 8pm Tuesday night (aest) to claim your prize and I will have it on its way to you pronto. I'll redraw on Wednesday if the winner hasn't contacted me.

Now, whilst you're here, please have a wander around my blog - there's lots to see: tutorials, papercrafts, jewellery, resin, even organising tips. And there will be more to come, so please stop by again. Don't forget, leave your comment on this post and you're in with a chance to win..... Good luck!

Would you like to comment?

  1. Hi Mylene,
    Love your jewellery! I'm a stamper / papercrafter who dabbles in beading as well. Your resin pieces are fabulous!

  2. Hi Mylene,
    Just found you via your post on Stamphappy. I papercraft mainly but haven't done much beading - although I do have lots of beads mostly used on Cross stitching. Love your resin pieces.



  3. Well, I totally want to be in the draw for this bangle. It is so cool. I also am wondering who you buy your resin supplies from? Hope that's ok to ask. ;-)

  4. Hey, nice blog candy! My computer's been really sick and I'm just quickly going through stuff on our spare (slow, crappy spare!)... ooooh, please pick me!! :) hehehe!!!
    ttys when i'm back from insanity!

  5. Beautiful pieces, Myléne! Just got here via France's blog... Took a cruise through some of your back posts, and wow! Impressive! =)

  6. France just pointed me in your direction, I have always loved your stuff for KL and am so happy I have now found your blog. Please count me in for your draw.

  7. oooh. that's pretty. I've just started playing with resin and didn't even think to check KL for bracelet moulds! I think I'll have to get myself some. =)

  8. Hello there Mylene...France told me to come being the good girl i am :) I did...and i am glad it did...i LURVE your bangles...i lubs bangles!!!:) any type of bangle...bracelets, cuffs...galore!!!
    I would love to give your bangle a home...going to look in your etsy now!!!!

  9. Hi Mylene, just came here via the lovely France. She told me about your site and i had to come check it out. You do fantstic work! I've never worked with resin but i have wondered about it. I mostly work with polymer clay and am now getting into mosaics. Anyway..enough about me! Great site and beautiful jewellery. Lubbly :)

  10. very cool


  11. Heather, I get my resin from a company in Melbourne, Aus. Resin is a difficult thing to ship (it's considered a HazChem) so it's generally better to source it locally if you can. Not much help to you, eh? Sorry!

  12. No worries, I think I've found a place in Perth that will supply me. Thanks anyway. ;-)

  13. France was also the person to sent me to your page. It's a great bangle and I'm pleased to enter your contest. Rebecca


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