Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Bead Giveaway: Winter Wonderland

Although fall is still technically here, once we’ve put away our pumpkins, it’s time to start thinking ahead to the delights of December. With snow and ornaments in mind, I’ve put together a pretty bead giveaway for you with pieces from my personal collection.

First we have a handful of gorgeous vintage acrylic beads in translucent white and clear with frosty accents. The swirl beads are a personal favorite, and the carved pieces are perfect for holiday designs.

Winter Wonderland Bead Giveaway

Silver and Gold Bead Giveaway


Also included in the giveaway are some metallic gold acrylic cubes, and a wonderful strand of silver spacers from Kenya.

How to Enter

For a chance to win all of the beads shown, simply leave a comment on this post, and answer the following question:

What is your favorite winter color palette?

Important: Comments must be made here on Inspirational Beading to qualify. Please make sure to include a contact method in your comment, or through your profile, so that I can get in touch with you if you win! Incomplete entries will not be included in the final draw.

One lucky winner will be drawn on Wednesday, November 13th. This giveaway is open to readers in the US and Canada.

Good luck!

Update: This giveaway has closed.

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58 comments:

  1. Light pinks and silver.

    lindsayd2630@yahoo.com

    Thanks!

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  2. Cobalt, white and gold.

    Jennifer.sluszinskis@gmail.com

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  3. at this moment i am very fond of gold.

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  4. Turquoise, lavender and sparkly white which can all be found in the snow.
    autumnadams495@gmail.com

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  5. warm reds, golds and greens =)

    xoxomelaneyann@aim.com

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  6. Love the beads! Would be fun to win!
    My favorite winter colors are all shades of blue :) Thank you!

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  7. Silver, greys and berry red - jojo@designsbyjojo.co.uk

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  8. I love mixing an ivory ceam and white with a splash of ruby red.

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  9. I love the winter whites, silvers and black

    NHBeadLady@gmail.com

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  10. White, silver and gold

    tpatterson1961@gmail.com

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  11. I love the various blues of the winter sky in contrast with the purity of the snow, so blue and white with a hint of gold for the sun!

    Vicki Landtiser
    vll1974@gmail.com

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  12. I do love all sorts of winter palettes, but my standard that I repeatedly come back to is blue and silver.

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  13. Winter white and brushed golds

    jaybeau1@gmail.com

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  14. silver and sapphire blue with accents of garnet red
    rhavennahx@yahoo.com

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  15. Mine is the icy color palette. Light blues, whites, and silvers!

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  16. Black and silver.
    wenken52@hotmail.com

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  17. Deep Purple, Antiqued Silver, Deep Red and Crystal.

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  18. I am new to beading & find it hard to choose one or two favorites. I like to work with purple and blue with sparkly white or silvers. But I also love fusias, emrald green and Burgundies as well. It really depends what appeals to me.

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  19. I like red all year long. It is bright and cheerful.

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  20. White, blue, crystal, gray, anything cool.I am a traditional sort of gal. I do love those color / beads in your collection.

    Pjclouse1@gmail.com

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  21. Clear,white,silver and gold.
    Thank you for the giveaway offer!

    zanc@att.net

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  22. White, silver, and any blue.

    ndbig13@msn.com

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  23. Thank you Mortira for the giveaway! My fav color pallet is turquoise, lime, red, tan
    Debra Schwartz msd.katz@hotmail.com

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  24. Gold and Red with a dash of White thrown in.

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  25. I like icy blues with whites and silver
    ou812amp@yahoo.com

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  26. my favorite winter colour is periwinkle blue. reminds me of snow shadows! It's also the colour of the world as the sun is coming but not up in my part of Canada during the winter.

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  27. Here in the South we don't see a lot of winter whites so my favorites for December are umber, wheat and shades of brown.

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  28. The white, black and gray of the birch trees against the "almost-baby-blue" of a clear sky, softened with the blue-gray of long shadows on the snow and sprinkled with tiny AB crystals to twinkle in the sunlight...the day after the storm. Sigh...I do miss Wis. winters!

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  29. I love purples , greens and silver.
    frasasass@aol.com

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  30. My favourite winter palette is silver and deep blue, like lapis or dumortierite.

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  31. It has to be silver,gold, and dashes of green and red. Diana Sasser mytymedesigns@gmail.com

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  32. Silver and gold with touches of blue.

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  33. I love white, silver and dark red!

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  34. I love the silver, light blue, white and golden colors. :)

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  35. My favourite winter palette is purple & silver or Gold. I love your blog ... thanks, Pat.
    contact info: crafty.lady@sympatico.ca

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  36. My favorites for winter beady are icy whites with silver and perhaps a touch of aqua or blue.
    Thanks!

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  37. For winter it would be silver, white and blue. For years our Christmas tree was decorated in just whites and silver but now red has sneaked in as per the hubs request. :)
    Thank you for a fab giveaway. I just saw a necklace tutorial the other day that requires some metal spacer beads.

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  38. Heloo!

    My favorite winter color palette is cobalt blue, brushed silver, and crystal

    Thank you
    onlychild@fastmail.fm

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  39. Turquoise blue, white and silver are my favorite winter colors. They remind me of the winter sky and snow and ice. catfish3girl@aol.com

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  40. White and "sparkly" with blue for the bright winter sky and greens for those hardy plants that stay bright and fresh looking all winter. draperl@prodigy.net

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  41. I am in love with Silver Lined Clear and Silver lined Teal
    J.Bradach@yahoo.com

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  42. White on white with red and gold

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  43. My favorite winter color palette is deep purple, dark green and gold.

    shazillahsani@gmail.com

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  44. Aurora Borealis crystals in clear, turquoise, purple and dark green with white fresh water pearls. kirkout2005@gmail.com

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  45. curry yellow and gold
    taylorangela883@gmail.com

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  46. curry yellow and gold
    taylorangela883@gmail.com

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  47. Brrrr! Winter beads must, must include frosty whites, clear crystals, and silver to fit in with the season of snow and ice; how beautiful it looks!
    (Don't like to drive on it, though.)
    Inside, bed, gold, green.

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  48. Cobalt Blue and Silver

    xundreamx @ yahoo . com

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  49. I like silver and forest green. There's something about snow on a pine tree that I love! Throw a hint of red in there and it's almost Christmas-y but still works for a winter palette of holly.

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  50. I love deep red and gold, celebration colors, but also clear blue and sparkly white, like fresh fallen snow on a crisp cold morning.

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  51. What a nice giveaway! My favorite winter palette is silver with a sharp aquamarine.

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  52. My favorites would be clear crystal, forest green, red, gold and purple. It's like curling up with old comfy quilt, a good book, and watching the snow fall.

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