Giveaway! $100 retail value

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We are so excited about our new Decorative Tags and Connectors – we just have to give some away!  These versatile double-sided tags provide the jewelry artist with endless possibilities for creativity.

How would YOU feature these beautiful tags and connectors in your jewelry pieces? “Like us” on Facebook, then share your creative thoughts on our blog to be eligible to WIN $100 retail value of these wonderful tags and connectors.

Here are some of our ideas to make them uniquely yours:

•  use as a decorative charm or accent

•  metal stamp to create a one of a kind personalized charm

•  engrave

•  rubber stamp

•  embellish with crystals

•  use the Nunn Design Collage Sheets or Transfer Sheets over one side and cover with the Gel du Soleil


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28 thoughts on “Giveaway! $100 retail value

  1. Deb Prewitt says:

    I’m very excited about the new pieces and parts. How generous of you for the giveaway. Well, I am new to jewelry making but have been enjoying the process so far. I would just start playing and adding the various pieces to figure out what I really liked. It’s really all about the playing!

  2. Michelle says:

    Since I do a lot of stitchwork, I’d love to work with the tags and connectors to bezel around with beads (bead embroidery) or use a funky focal and then hang the tags from them. I think I would incorporate the colors that I was working with on the tags with alcohol ink. The possibilities are endless!

  3. mary says:

    love the new tags!crowns and bees are my two favorite things. I use vintage jewelry when making my pieces and love the thought of adding a little twist with a tag dangling alittle old with the new …..a perfect match:)

  4. My Choi says:

    I LOVE these new styled connectors. I would use them in addition with charms for new moms going back to work after maternity leave… they can carry a tag stamped with their baby’s name and a tiny photo of her baby embedded in a Patera. With this, she’ll be able to keep her baby close to her heart at all time.

  5. Gina says:

    These connectors are so unique! I always get the best compliments when folks spy your Designs! I would plan on using the tags to make a unique bracelet, or necklace.
    Thank you for offering the giveaway!

  6. Kristan says:

    This new line is absolutely perfect for my line of jewelry. Becky you have created items that will fit with my custom metal charms on patterned metal making it very easy for me to create more in less time. And since I am a “weekend warrior” with my business that can mean the difference of giving up every weekend during the holidays creating and stressing whether I have enough for my shows. Thank you!!

  7. Carrie says:

    I actually just placed an order with Nunn and almost purchased some of these for a bee charm bracelet. I would love to stamp affirmations on each charm and make a really colorful POWER bracelet.

  8. Cindy Cima Edwards says:

    First I would like to decorate the tags with various methods like coloring with alcohol inks or other colorants, and definitely gluing some Swarovski crystals on them.
    I love playing with resin and do have a UV lamp so if I had some Gel du Soleil I would use that along with collage sheet. I would like to made a charm bracelet and possibly some earrings.

  9. Barbara Goldman says:

    Nunn Designs has such high quality findings!
    They all play very well in my Steampunk Jewelry bits and baubles that I sell on Etsy.

    The new pieces would be a nice addition to my medals and necklaces!

  10. Becky Glade says:

    Love that the new pieces are two sided, would look great hanging from a bracelet or charm necklace. Can also see them sewn into on of my batik jewelry folders.

  11. Asia says:

    I make clothing and love to add unusual non-fiber elements to my pieces. These tags are a perfect way to brand my upcycled clothing.

  12. Sherry says:

    The crowns and bees are my favorite. I have several new ideas for the new pieces. Thanks for offering the give away! The small ones will look great on some of my needlework projects.

  13. Karla says:

    OMG!!! I love working with your Patera Pendants. The Decorative Tags will give my designs that “special added touch” to make each piece complete! SWEET!

  14. Lisa says:

    I would add stampings to them (words/phrases) and incorporate them with resin pieces in my jewelry designs. I like the idea of embellishing them with crystals too.

  15. Elisabeth Freeland says:

    I would add a 3-D image to match what is on the stamp already such as a bee charm that is raised. I would also use Tim Holtz adirondack inks to add a little color to match my beads that I would mix with them. They are awesome! Keep coming up with great ideas

  16. Mary Ellen Biamonte says:

    Mary Ellen Biamonte I would incorporate them with crystals and pearlsl and do some with, stamping or images under resin. They would make great dangles for neklaces or purse charms. I am making Victorian Christmas ornaments and they would be great GREAt with them too. My head is spinning with ideas…..Thanks

  17. Sherrie Jo says:

    I work at Michaels and love your pieces. I have several cards picked out that I will be picking up this week to make family members memory/awareness bracelets and necklaces in memory of our oldest daughter who passed away in May from Stage 4 Metastasized Melanoma .. many many of your pieces along with black crystals will be part of them.

  18. Anniebananie says:

    I’m a Nunn Designs devotee… I’ve been ordering for years & I am loving the new items. I love stamping tags, and I can’t wait to experiments with some fabrics and glazing!!

  19. Glenda Bollivar says:

    I’m so glad you’ve designed these tags. For someone like me, who can’t afford the expense of stamping tools, it still allows me to make jewelry that I love. I would use a bit of Gilders paste to bring out the design and pair them with some sparkly crystals. perfect for earrings!

  20. Debbie says:

    I’ve been quite addicted to torch fire enamel lately, ever since I took a class from Barbara Lewis at the Tucson Gem show in February. As such, I would probably take the round shape and gently dap in in my wood dapping block to create some depth without loosing the design. The cupped disc would act as a sort of bezel for one of my colorful enamel beads. Add a complimentary flower shaped bead cap and a tiny faceted crystal and voila! Elegance and charm, pun intended 😉

  21. Rebecca Norman says:

    I’d use these to expand my current steampunk work into Gothic Lolita pieces! The crowns would charm the heck out of the ribbons-and-panniers crowd!

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