Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Inviciti Pewter Charms and Pendants Giveaway

Thanks to some of my beady Facebook friends I recently discovered the Etsy shop of Inviciti. A husband and wife beadmaker and jewelry designer team that creates work that is "a synthesis of styles including tribal, primitive, mystical, Gothic, Victorian, all with a lived-in, timeworn aura."

Their ancient relic aesthetic fits so perfectly with our challenge theme this month so I just had to share their work with you.

The charms and pendants are lead-free pewter and they offer a line of religious icon resin pendants too. Their pewter comes in several different finishes with varying degrees of antiquing. 

I'll just let their photos do the talking and inspiring today...

 
 
Every piece in their shop could be used in as the art beads in our monthly challenge this round. I mean, just look at these charms and the painting below - you couldn't have asked for a better match!

"Choir of Sint-Bavokerk, Haarlem" 1635 by Pieter Jansz Saenedam

You can read about our Art Bead Scene Challenge here and I encourage you to enter. We know it's a busy time of year - but you have to make gifts anyway, so just let your challenge do some double duty this month!

This week we are giving away a $20 gift certificate provided by Inviciti to use in their bead shop!!! 

To enter share this post on any social media platform (Pin it, share it on Facebook or Twitter, etc.) and leave a comment letting us know you shared.

We'll draw one random winner on Saturday.

Now that you are back after sharing the challenge it's time for you to run off and discover all the amazing creativity you can find from Vincent and Nooma:







17 comments:

Divya N said...

Shared on twitter, check link here https://twitter.com/JewelsofSayuri/status/542344024657387521

Maneki said...

I love the style of Inviciti's pieces! Fingers crossed I'm lucky enough to win the gift certificate so I can actually get some to play with.

Have pinned here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/109634572154974685/

Kathy Lindemer said...

I would love to win. I shared on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bay-Moon-Design/163106560366855

Nan Smith said...

Shared on Facebook. I love Invicti and would love to own some of their fabulous creations. Pick me please!

Mellisa said...

Pinned it! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/146648531592473191/

I'd love a chance to try out some of their lovely pieces!

Deb Fortin said...

shared on pinterest and Facebook

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/254031235207658085/?fb_ref=254031372639798661%3Aa9587fb5f9d1f4438d88

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anne dinan said...

shared it
beautiful and thoughtfull work.
anne

haezz said...

shared it on FB. https://www.facebook.com/mary.townsend.509

I adore Vincent's work and Nooma's jewelry has a strength about it that fascinates me.

Sherri Stokey said...

Shared on Pinterest! Thanks!!

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Heidi Post said...

I pinned it! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/168462842287495116/

Linda A. said...

shared on facebook

OksanaB said...

Such unique components! Shared them via Pinterest.

Ruth Szapa said...

Awesome charms! I pinned the post to Pinterest and Facebook. Thanks!

Shaiha said...

Gorgeous work! I shared on FB

https://www.facebook.com/sShaiha/posts/10205286288426236?pnref=story

Lucy Bejarano said...

Woah...coolness! Shared indeed!