Wednesday, April 10, 2013

▲ Brown Paper Bicycle Giveaway ▲ {CLOSED}

My talented friend Mia makes the most gorgeous pendants at Brown Paper Bicycle and she just came out with a line of enamel charms and earrings that I am addicted to. I have the minty green triangle charm and I wear it with a vintage locket or my postcard pendant (also from Mia). These charms have become my favorite things to give as gifts, too! Can I also say that I love that she offers three types and five (five!) lengths of chains to go with the charms? So awesome.

Mia is offering one of her triangle charms or earrings (you choose the color!) to a lucky winner here on the blog! She is also offering a generous 15% discount through the end of the month with the code GIVEAWAY15, in case you see something in the shop you have to have right away. Ladies and gents - get in on this one! Here's how:

Mandatory entry:
➤ Visit Brown Paper Bicycle and leave a comment here with ideas for new charm shapes/colors AND
➤ Add Brown Paper Bicycle to your Etsy Circle!

And for a Bonus entry (separate comment, please):
➤ Tweet the giveaway! Be sure to include @jeanjeanvintage, as well as the link to this post.  

Here is a ready-made tweet you can use!
▲Win a bright enamel triangle charm to wear this summer! Visit @jeanjeanvintage to enter today || ▲

This giveaway is open to all readers (international folks welcome!) and closes on Sunday, April 14th at 10 PM EST. I'll announce the winner here and on Twitter next Monday. Good luck!



Anneke said...

Gorgeous! I'd love to see these in navy blue as well...

redmenace said...

So sweet! I'd love to win. The dot earrings are killer, but would be fun to see a dotty necklace too!

Unknown said...

Love these! I would like to see a lilac or pastel pink color!

Unknown said...

I tweeted about your giveaway:

ashley said...

I will love to see the triangle charms in olive or robin egg blue :)

Bridget said...

oh i love them! i'm sort of digging all the colors. the coral is awesome. same with the mint green!

Unknown said...

These are so cute and simple! Would love to see some bright primary colours, and an orange would be great!

Julia said...

happily favorited them! how about the inverse - an enamel triangle with a circle in the middle?

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