Monday, November 19, 2012

Week Giveaway 13: A Full Collection of Tutorials from Gailavira Tutorials!




Since this will be the last tutorial giveaway of the year, I have decided to make it a big one! For this week's giveaway, 3 winners will each receive one FULL COLLECTION of tutorials published by Gailavira Tutorials. That means that each winner will receive a copy of every tutorial I have ever written!

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Terms and Conditions

3 winners will each receive one FULL COLLECTION of tutorials from Gailavira Tutorials.

Prize will be awarded in the form of a 100% off coupon code that can be redeemed at http://tutorial.gailavira.com. Any tutorials from the collection that are not on the web-site will be emailed to the winners in PDF format.

You can enter by commenting on this blog, tweeting about the giveaway (must use the default tweet in the widget), by following @gailavira on twitter, or by "Liking" the Gailavira Jewelry facebook fan page.

All entries will be verified. If an action cannot be verified the corresponding entry will be disqualified.

To make sure you receive the notification in case you win, please make sure that promotions@gailavira.com is on your email program's list of approved senders.

The winner will have 48 hours to respond after notification has been sent. If there is no response from the winner within 48 hours, the prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be chosen. The coupon can be used any time before December 31st, however, the winner MUST acknowledge receipt of the prize within 48 hours.

Relatives of anyone associated with Gailavira Jewelry are not eligible.

34 comments:

Despina said...

Almost by anything!
Art, nature, other people's work...
The influences work in my mind and one lovely morning I come up with a whole new idea!!

DESPINA
deb_oro@yahoo.gr

Latisha said...

I truly enjoy creating things and I was especially intrigued by the wire work pieces that I had seen and it inspired me to try to make some of my own and I have found it to be very enjoyable!

Júlia Les said...

Winning your tutorials would be a perfect pre-Christmas present for me :-)

Júlia Les said...

What inspires me? The shape of a flower, the print I see on someone's clothes, the details of a piece of art... anything can inspire, nothing can be forced to inspire :-)

Chloe said...

This would be a fabulous christmas present for me! You're work is so beautiful

catinalife said...

just awesome, keeping fingers and toes crossed

Diane Cransac said...

What a wonderful giveaway. How exciting!

tina bunston said...

I have to create things! I have some of your tutorials and they have helped me no end. I would love to increase my skills and winning these tutorials would be heaven!

Chakeeras said...

Colors and shapes of the materials and other things I see here and there. :)) thank you!!

Angelina Krell said...

I can't believe you are being so generous!!! This would be a dream come true for me! I am a stay at home mommy and I started learning to wire weave and make jewelry to combat my depression. Yoga does not relax me but wrapping hair thin wire around and around to create something beautiful, does. No matter who wins they are being blessed 10 fold! You are awesome!

scarlett Delgado said...

I learn new techniques using great tutorials like yours then I usually come with ideas of my own!

Nikki france said...

wow, what a hugely generous prize to give away,I envy the winner!!!!
INSPIRATION.........I took a bit of time to think about this. I have not been making jewellery for long, and am very keen to make a success of it. So I am thinking that my main inspiration comes from making my family proud of me, and creating a brighter future for my little girl. I am inspired by talented artists that I come across, and aspire to be like them, and I am inspired by the materials I use. Namely copper (it is so warm and easy to work with) and the beautiful stones I use, I particularly like labradorite :)
Thank you for being an inspiration, and for being so generous, with your time X

salla said...

Wow! This would be such an awesome thing to win!

Simona said...

Thank you for this awesome giveaway! I hope to be the lucky one!

Sohma G. said...

i can NOT NOT create. constantly making, doing. jewelry is one aspect and lately it's the biggest wave in my creation process lately. it's just a constant drive.

Nora Blansett said...

What inspires me? Easy -- other jewellery I either want/can't afford or the excitement of creating them myself. I love beading and I am an avid rock and mineral collector. Between the two, it became absolutely natural that I started creating jewellery.

Shatiel said...

i'm inspired from celtic and fantasy culture! i love them and when i do something that i really like i'm more satisfied!

Christine said...

Creating allows me to escape the chronic pain I live with. Nature inspires me the most..the colors and forms. Seeing other wire work also inspires me as does talking about wire and jewelry.

Ivana Macuzic said...

I want this giveaway sooooo much!

Michelle Schroeder said...

There are a lot of things that are inspiring; a flowing piece of music, colors and designs on a piece of art.
I have a lot of fun designing and creating my own jewelry but there is always room to improve and learn!

zvijerka said...

i want to win this one

May P said...

I make my own jewelry because it's fun! I have small wrists and fingers, so it's hard to find things I like in my size, so I decided to make things for myself. :) I hope I win! Your work is lovely!

Angela Parsley said...

What inspires me to make things is the lack of affordable hypoallergenic jewelry. i started creating out of necessity for myself but ended up with people wanting to buy pieces off me.

Rebecca Doremus said...

My jewelry design is inspired by gemstones and their healing properties. Jewelry makes people feel better, but I love to personalize jewelry to the wearer based on their likes and dislikes, birth date, and the stones that will have the greatest impact to help them.

WillowWalker said...

I've always been fascinated with jewelry-pretty sparkly things and color. Combined with a limited budget it was only natural to learn how to make my own. I started learning wire wrapping so I could set my dichroic cabs and have been totally fascinated ever since. I am inspired by many things, nature, wrought iron work, fabrics and on and on....I am know to lay awake at night fantasizing about designs!

rieile said...

I will not be original and will write a couple of words about inspiration like in the comments above.
Lately my major source of creative state of mind are the works of Roger Zelazny. He is a rare storyteller in whose narration everything starts to make sense.
righeile@gmail.com

Jenn said...

I'm inspired by what outfits I'm wearing as well as the personalities of the people I make jewelry for.

Mzz Thang said...

What a fabulous giveaway (and extremely generous!)

Haley said...

Your jewelery is always so amazing! It inspires me to work harder on mine. ^__^

livewire said...

I love to study and emulate the patterns in nature, but I also love to look at old (sometimes very old) jewelry in exhibits and museums.

Joyce

Kim Longden said...

Oh Oh Oh I So Hope I Win

Rita Garcia said...

Wonderful tutorials from Gailavira, I love your tutes, I hope I win now!!

Linda Knight said...

Wonderful Artist and very giving. Nature is very inspiring. Just so much beauty. Happy Holidays!

amber_keys said...

Your tutorials are so nice and easy to follow. I love 'em all.