it’s that time again!

Our first show of the year is this coming weekend,

for those of you from the area, we will be at

Canal Days in Fairport, New York

(if you go, stop by and say hello!)


So that means it is time for a giveaway! Yay!

The lucky winner will receive these fun and funky leaf earrings.

These earrings are handmade from precious metal clay and are part of
our new matte finish series. Ear wires and jump rings are sterling silver.

They measure approximately 1 1/2 inches long by 3/8 inches wide,
and are a $33 value.


All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post.

To make it a little more fun, tell me what’s blooming in your yard!
(but any comment will get you entered)


For an extra chance at winning, follow me on twitter or facebook and
tweet or post about the giveaway for an additional entry. Just come back here and leave an additional comment to let me know that you have done so, and you will be entered twice.

This giveaway will be up until midnight on Monday, June 6th.
I will announce the winner Tuesday, June 7th, 2011.


Good luck!


In my garden the European Columbine is in bloom and they are a favorite of mine.

I love the photograph and I love these earrings!! Right now my columbine are coming up in the garden and I love those…my bachelor buttons are also making their debut!!!

I follow you on twitter on facebook and I follow your blog!

love your new earrings! Some hydrangeas are starting to flower…and I love my dogwood trees with pretty pink flowers.

How beautiful your leaf earrings are!! Alas, nothing is blooming in my yard; I am not a gardener (yet!), so Nature is on her own. Since we are already in the beginnings of a hard drought summer, I am grateful for the intermittant peeks of grass…

i have frangipani… does that count?

Those are really pretty….well as the Hubs does the planting around here, I have no idea what might be blooming…but I did buy a pot of Gerber daisies, that he said he’d plant…

Your jewelry work is beautiful! Would love to be a lucky winner!! Hope the weekend brings you good weather and lots of people visiting!

Hey Kelly, beautiful image! gorgeous earrings!

Unfortunately, I don’t have a yard. I live in a condo complex in California. I do, however, love the smell of the night-blooming jasmine that spills over the side of someone’s balcony and practically assoults me when I go to my car. It reminds me of my best friend’s house and childhood. It’s heavenly. Love your blog and photos.

Beautiful earrings! Love them! Blooming in our yard….lots of dandelions… our crab apple tree is gorgeous now.

I posted about the giveaway on my facebook page. πŸ™‚ Though I don’t have a garden, I love flowers–who doesn’t really? A couple months ago, Trader Joe’s was selling 10-stem daffodil bunches for $1.29. How could you not walk out of the store with a bunch or two?

Wish I were closer … most certainly would stop by. Right now everything is post-bloom except my hydrangeas are getting close!

I just want to say that I think this image it the most gorgeous one you’ve ever done!!

Beautiful earrings!! Our spring blooms are gone, but my summer Lantana is in full bloom!!

I am the first, haha, maybe I do have a chance…

We came home to find all our laurel in bloom, so beautiful. Have fun with your first show of the season.

count me in β™₯β™₯β™₯!

Beautiful earrings and such a gorgeous photograph.
Have a wonderful first show!

All our fruit trees are blooming in the front yard – apple, pear, and crabapple. Beautiful and smell, oh so good πŸ™‚

Beautiful earrings, Kelly!
And my garden – it is in full bloom, really wild – Jupiter’s beard, shasta daisy, abutilon, penstemon, African daisy, calendula (of course), sweet pea, salvia, catmint… it’s gorgeous, I just wish it was warmer.

all the spring blooms have said goodbye and we’ve been surrounded by green, green, green the last little bit. until this morning. there are honeysuckle blossoms opening across the edge of the creek. there are a few more each time i look out.

At this time, there are view blooms in my garden. Austin, like most areas of Texas, has had drought conditions for years. With the scorching heat, even with watering many of my plants have given up and gone to their maker. There are some blossoms on a Meyers lemon tree, a few blooms here and their on my lavender plants and some blossoms on my Dittany of Crete plants. Other than that the primary colors are green, for the hardiest of plants, shrubs and trees and brown, for the grass, and other plants and shrubs that have gone on to plant heaven. πŸ™‚ BTW: I love those earrings. Blessings, lydia

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