Win Nunn Design Kits For 6 people!

Kit Ornate Ring-Antique Silver 1

Kit Ornate Ring-Antique Silver 2

Kit Ornate Ring-Antique Silver 3 Win Nunn Design Kits For 6 people!

Have your girlfriends been eyeing your jewelry creations and have they begged you to teach them how to make jewelry too? Or maybe you have been trying to think of the next girl’s night out party? This giveaway is for you! We will be giving away all you will need to teach this easy Ornate Ring for a group of 6. A retail value of $110.00!

Winner will receive 6 Ring Adjustable Ornate Large Circles Kits. Kits include:
1 Ring Adjustable Ornate Ring-Antique Silver
Step-by-step instructions with photo step-outs
Preciosa Crystal Chatons
Crystal Clay-Black
1 Beeswax Toothpicks
1 Sets of gloves

We will be sending 1 lucky reader all the products needed for you and your friends. Like us on Facebook and then comment on this blog post telling us who you would want to invite and when and where you would host to be eligible to win. This contest ends at 11:59PM on October 27th, 2013 with the winner to be announced on October 28th, 2013. Winner will be selected at random.

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UPDATE: Congratulations Leslie! You are the winner of our Nunn Design Kit Giveaway!

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90 thoughts on “Win Nunn Design Kits For 6 people!

  1. Kathy Hast says:

    I would invite 6 of my tennis buddies to come to my house and we would have a little jewelry session with me as the teacher since Becky taught us so well at Art Camp for Women recently. I love all your products!!

    Kathy H
    Pittsburgh, PA

  2. Christine says:

    Thanks for a great giveaway!! I would invite the lovely ladies in my improv group – I’d buy a few extra kits since there are 9 of us! 🙂

  3. Heather Martin says:

    I would invite my best friend, my sister-in-law, my boyfriends youngest sister, and a couple of other of my friends who love my jewelry.

    I would probably hold it in one of the girls hotel rooms and make it an overnight jewelry sleepover party.

    this is a really cool contest and thanks for having it.

  4. Susan MacWilliams says:

    I would invite my best friends, Josie, Marcy, Lynn, Beverly, Stacie, and myself to a girl’s night in. They all love bling, all the jewelry I make, and have been bugging me to teach them. In fact, if I could , I have about thirty friends I could invite, but you said six, so I chose one friend from each of my circle of friends. I would love to do this next month, in time for the holiday with lots of good seasonal food and drink.

  5. Jaclyn Rocklewitz says:

    Ever since our Mom died two years ago, all of us sisters plan wonderful sister outings and events. We celebrate our beautiful Mama and do something fun to keep us girlies close and united. I think a fun jewelry making party, with a bottle of wine, with my forever friends… Yes, my sisters! … Would be a great way to enjoy your ring kits.

  6. Susan MacWilliams says:

    Oh, a sleepover would be fantastic. The B&B in our small town would be perfect! And maybe we could have our jewelry making session downtown at my favorite bead shop, Bead & Glass Boutique. I always have a great time there with the owner, Amy Blevins.

  7. Carolyn says:

    My guest list would include my mother and mother in law, a friend whom I have known since 5th grade, and three very lovely ladies who work with me (all very artistic women who I adore hanging out with). I think I would need to host it in the courtyard of the Korakia Pensione ~ what a girl can dream can’t she!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win and for all the fabulous products and inspiration!

  8. Marta ABB says:

    Hi! I’d invite some of my friends who are also mums as a “me-time” for all of us. We’d have some time to be creative, enjoy a cup of coffee and chat, and that’s something we rarely do! Thank you!

  9. Leslie Silk-Champagne says:

    My friend has been begging me to teach a resin class at her art studio Lincoln Farm Studio in Falmouth, Me. for a while so this would be the very perfect opportunity to teach that class! Also, my all woman’s choir would love for me to teach a resin class. I love this ring design!

  10. Angela Mullis says:

    I would invite my mom, mother-in-law and sister-in-laws! They are all very creative and have wanted to learn how to make jewelry for a while now. We could have some snacks and wine, and create into the night!

    Angi Mullis

  11. Leslie Silk-Champagne says:

    My friend owns an art studio, Lincoln Farm Studio in Falmouth, Me and she has been begging me to teach a resin class there. This would be the perfect class to teach! Also, some of the woman in my all woman’s choir have been asking me to teach a resin class. What fun to teach the ring class.

  12. Leslie Silk-Champagne says:

    My friend owns an art studio Lincoln Farm Studio and she has been begging me to teach a resin class. This ring design would be so fun to teach! Also, some folks in my all woman’s choir have been requesting that I teach a resin class. I would love to win this contest and use this ring as my class!

  13. Natalie says:

    I would invite the girls from work and two of my sisters (the 3rd lives too far away)
    It would be a fun night of clay, crystals and wine

  14. Cheryl D. says:

    I do not own a retail store but am a jewelry maker that sells to retailers. Being a member of my local, non-profit art center, I would love to teach this class to other interested art center members or community members. It would be much different than any of the other classes currently being offered so, I know we would fill it up quickly!

  15. Rhonda Scott says:

    Winning these supplies to host a free class for six would make my customers dreams come true. I own a bead store in Friday Harbor and create jewelry daily. My customers beg me to teach and so far, after 3 years, I have only taught 3 classes. This prize would kick start me on my way for teaching more classes. I would hold it in early December as a make and take class! Thanks for this chance to win!
    Rhonda Scott
    Vital Elements….of imagination

  16. mary sanders lazenby says:

    I have a small art business, Blue Goose Studios, on Etsy. It allows my husband and I to sell our art all over the world. We both believe strongly in giving back to our community. We regularly donate our time and work for fundraisers.

    What would i do if i won the supplies to teach a class?

    I would teach 6 young high school ladies at our local Children’s Attention Home, it is a safe haven for abused children. I enjoy teaching art classes there. This would be something for the girls to make and be able to have with them on a daily basis. It would be a reminder of a positive moment in their life.

    Or we have another organization the Pilgrims Inn. This organization helps families that are less fortunate and/or in crisis, within our community. They have a small group of apartments where they house mothers and their children, until the mothers can get their feet back under them. OnThursdays each week, they get the ladies together. (This is something they started no too long ago.) It makes the ladies/mothers meet each other. It is done in hopes that these ladies will establish new friendships, support each other,and create a new level of self confidence. Being able to spend time with these ladies would help kindle some of these hopes. Again, it would be something the ladies could take and enjoy each day. Something to build their confidences and give them a bit of positivity during their time of hardship.

    Thank you for your time and consideration,
    Mary Sanders Lazenby

  17. Els Remans says:

    I would organise a class with my fellow shop owner, colleagues and some of my best friends at our bead shop. It would be lots of fun but also a little bit work related because we would have to decide if this is something we would like to organise for our clients in our shop on a regular basis.

  18. says:

    Love it! This would be perfect for a “maids and bride” get-together class we are planning for my partners daughter-in-laws sister the first part of December. Awesome!

  19. Becky A. says:

    I recently committed to raising funds for St. Jude’s to support their lifesaving mission of finding cures and saving children. I would teach this class to friends and family who have made donations this past year. It would be my “Thank you” to them for supporting me in my commitment.

    It’s more than six people, so I would probably have to order more, but it know they would love it. I love Nunn Design’s products!

    Thank you,
    Becky A.

  20. Kathy Friedman says:

    I am part of a group of headers that meet every Wednesday. We love to try new projects. All of us love metal and ” bling”. I can see my friends loving this new technique. So many options for incorporating with beads.

  21. Kate H. says:

    After suffering from health troubles over the past ten years, and now enjoying my healing, I’d like to celebrate my good health with my dear friends who kept my chin up through all the years of hardships. This is the first time in many years that the “fog” has lifted! As an elementary art teacher and a new small business owner for my jewelry designs, I’m excited to say that my creativity is back and I’m loving every minute of it!

    I’d like to have a “health and creativity” celebration at my house in December with food, drinks and plenty of crafting!

    Thank you so much Nunn Designs!

    Kate H.

  22. Jane Robinson says:

    I have recently moved to Ghana, West Africa. I have joined the local bead society in Accra. At each meeting one of the members teaches a new technique of jewellery making. This would be perfect for my lesson and a wonderful way to introduce the gals to Nunn Design products! What a great idea. Thank you.

  23. NJ Audet says:


    I am new to Nunn Designs. I have an established jewelry party business, and have a second starting up in early 2014. I have been viewing the Nunn Designs catalog and plan on bringing several new pieces into the line using these products for my designs. Why did I not find this vendor sooner!

    Neither of my lines have rings. That may have to change 🙂

    If I won this kit for 6, I would invite six of my closest lady friends, who are also my current jewelry testers to a bling making party! I recently saw a youtube video on the at home with nikki channel. She put together an amazing jewelry making event for her mom’s friends on the 4th of July. I have watched the video several times, and have been wanting to do something like this.

    Jewelry making is fun, relaxing and addicting. My girl friends have been asking me to show them how to make jewelry for years. This contest is the perfect opportunity to have one of these parties, experience the Nunn Design products first hand, and to turn a few more of my friends into bling creators too!

    Good luck everyone 🙂

  24. Lynn Granstrom says:

    I am part of a jewelry class that meets every Saturday. We would love to try this in our class. Just love everything product you offer. Thank you!

  25. Shannon Rutt, Haute Hippie says:

    Hi from Denver! We have a ’69 VW bus transformed into a pop up bead shop! We go from market to market & faire to faire during the spring & summer. We sell supplies, findings, tools, bulk, vintage, buttons, premade jewelry! I’ve been eyeing the epoxy clay for awhile but haven’t tried it yet. I bought a little kit while it Tucson (last year), but have yet to attempt it. I would love to try these rings!

    Here’s our fb page too…we’d love some new likes!

  26. Dana says:

    I would use the kits with my weekly craft group. We meet one day a week while the kids are in school. We each take turns coming up with a project and we love spending time together and supporting one another. The rings would be perfect!

  27. Carole says:

    I would invite my friend Sandy and her sister, and my daughter and her best friend, and my best friend. We’d have to do it when daughter is home from college, so the next chance would be Thanksgiving weekend. Her BF is coming too, so it would be perfect.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

  28. Nikki green says:

    I would share this with my coworker jewelry group. We meet one a week at work-we all work with kids with disabilities and this is our stress relief!

  29. Kay says:

    I already ‘like’ your page. I would invite my mom, sister, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, DIL’s mother and then of course me. Unless there’s an extra kit, then I would also invite my soon-to-be daughter-in-law. We all like to make jewelry and all like rings. And you can never have too much bling. Plus we all love to spend time together taking classes and making jewelry together and getting ideas from each other. Would love to do this with them.

  30. says:

    I have a wonderful group of moms with special needs kids who would love a break from the day-to-day to explore their creative side! This would be the perfect activity to do and then have a glass of wine together and talk about how it feels to be doing for ourselves for a change!

  31. brenda heald says:

    I would love to win this kit, I have been wanting to try this technique. I am having an Artist Open House at my home the weekend before Thanksgiving and this would by a really neat demo to do during the event. Many family, friends, neighbors and passersby stop for this event. We do this Open House twice a year and have artists in wood, metal, jewelry etc there showing their art.

  32. deby says:

    I would love to win this fantastic kit you have offered and here is how I would use it and why.

    My daughter is getting married this coming summer and has only one bridesmaid due to the cost of things. I would love to win this and surprise the following lovely ladies with matching rings we could all make together on my daughters bachelorette party.

    The bride-to-be, the maid of honor, the mother of the made of honor, the mother of the bride, the mother of the groom & my best friend helping the plan and decorate the wedding ceremony and reception for my daughter. It would make such a special gift to make, wear on the wedding day, and to keep for a live time of loving memories.

    Thank you Nunn Design for always having such great designs and fabulous drawings and giveaways!!.

  33. Julie A. Childers says:

    What a wonderful idea! I have chronic migraines, so I don’t get a chance to get out and socialize much. This’d be a great opportunity to have over some friends that I rarely get to see, but miss much. I’d host it at my house, with some snacks and drinks. I haven’t worked w/ Crystal Clay before, but always love learning & teaching new techniques to my friends. Thank you for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

    — Julie

  34. Katherine says:

    WOW! I would invite 4 of my really good friends, one gal I know who loves jewelry in general, and this one chick I don’t like, but is always bugging me to give her my jewelry. This way she can make her own and stop stalking me to get mine for free! Thank you so much for another amazing giveaway!

  35. Christine Marie says:

    I am in Alaska where the days are getting shorter and darker. This is a time when we focus on crafts. I would share this with my beading girlfriends, and we would have a blast together!

  36. Angela Campbell says:

    I would invite my art is therapy for us group – we would probably have it at my friends restaurant after hours – have some nibbles and perhaps some wine and make some awesome jewelry. Thanks for the opportunity!

  37. Lisa P says:

    I meet with at least 5 friends whenever we can on Thursday nights for a “craft night”. This would be a super fun project to do with my crafty lady friends! Thanks for the clever giveaway!

  38. Peggy Russell says:

    I would invite my core group of girlfriends, who all love “bling”, and don’t believe me when I say what fun it is to play with this technique. I’d have a Bling & Beverage night and we’d laugh, create, and talk the night away!

  39. Maggie M says:

    I host an annual Christmas Cookie Exchange in my home every year (either late November or early in December) and always provide my guest with goodie bags or a thank-you gift. What fun it would be to hold a class this year and use the finished rings as thank-you gifts. My lady guests would LOVE it! I’d be the talk of the town! LOL I definitely “LIKED” you on Facebook:)

  40. Zan C says:

    I would invite my friends from polymer clay guild and my Mother. We all love polymer and want to try the resin clay. We will meet at my house and have a blast!

  41. Ana Talukder Simpson says:

    This would be the perfect project to work with at-risk high school girls in my community. It would be the ideal opportunity to discuss dreams, entrepreneurship and how to make the two into a reality.

    So many of them are looking for a way out of their situation – doing something creative and opening up the lines of communication would be a great way to show these girls that someone cares and is listening.

  42. Tracy Crossman says:

    Just starting to teach classes from my shop in Conway this would be a great class to teach to all ages I would really love to win this lovely offer, thank you so much for the opportunity.

  43. Lee says:

    I used to teach jewelry arts to underprivileged kids at Riverbend Art Center here in Dayton. Sadly, funding disappeared and the center was closed. I strongly believe that creativity needs to be encouraged in young folks. Accolades and funding always seem to abound for youth in sports but those kids who excel in artistic endeavors do not receive the same encouragement. All too often, young people see examples around them that selling drugs is a quick and easy way to make money. I like to show both boys and girls that creating jewelry and using their artistic talents is a way to add to their own wardrobes, to give the gift of hand made items and to sometimes make some extra cash.
    Since there is no longer a formal atmosphere to teach, I reach out through a local church and sometimes volunteer at the schools to teach. It is hard for me to come up with quality supplies and I must use more common things to outreach now. What a joy it would be to be able to use such wonderful materials to teach a class to some teens who need encouragement. I would love to win these supplies!

  44. Lisa M says:

    I am a stay at home DIY mom so I would totally invite a few of the other stay at home moms to my house to make these fabulous and fun rings! We would get creative during the day while our kids are at school. Once we make the rings, we can all get babysitters for the night and sport them out for date night without hubbys! I definitely feel this would help some of the ladies feel quite fashionable! Thanks for the chance!

  45. Susan Rios says:

    Having been a professional, self taught artist for over 30 years, I’ve discovered the joy of teaching art, to both adults and children. I have an ongoing Friday morning class of 6 women, and it’s the best ~ they are all amazing! I think they would LOVE to make a ring! It would be another channel for artistic expression. Who knows, maybe I’d start teaching jewelry classes! Having used Nunn Design products to make and sell my own jewelry for a few years now, I’m actually thinking this is a GREAT idea! Thanks Becky and team ~ you know I think you’re awesome! xoxo

  46. Joanna Williamson says:

    Military spouses love bling! They love DIY bling even better! I would host a Military Spouse Business Association party to show military spouses that they CAN have meaningful, creative and PORTABLE careers as they run successful businesses from their own home.

    If I’ve been able to do it for the last 9 years, so can they. No excuses!

  47. Sara Miller says:

    I would invite my sister and her daughter, and i would invite some ladies from my church because they always give me nice compliments about me jewelry. They always ask how i make my pieces, so this would be a great opportunity to show them how to make jewelry with Nunn Design and Crystal clay. Hey, and if they enjoy it we could make it a monthly class. Thanks Nunn Design.

  48. Betsy says:

    Woohoo! I’m getting together with girlfriends for a long weekend in November and this would be a great project for us to work on. Bling, adjustable, fun. What’s not to like?

  49. Sarajo Wentling says:

    I would most likely host a free program at the public library where I work… timing to be determined. I’ve done one round of jewelry making classes for teens and have another planned for December but this might be a nice project to try an adult class! Fingers crossed!

  50. Jennifer S says:

    I would invite my best friend/sister, my teenage daughter and her bestie, and 3 creative women in my circle. This is a great idea!

  51. Sharyn Sowell says:

    We are working with Syrian refugees who are living in a refugee camp in Lebanon. Those women love sparkle but have barely enough to eat. This would be a huge and wonderful encouragement for them.

    The need is so huge and the resources are so thin that every tiny gift is magnified a hundred times and they take nothing for granted.

    I’d love it not to keep the kits but to receive the gift of the smiles of women who have almost nothing. Would love to pass that joy on to you as well!

  52. Sharyn Sowell says:

    I’m involved in helping Syrian refugee women living in a refugee camp in Lebanon. They have barely enough to eat and not much else. But they are women and they love bling, of course! We are teaching them crafts and they are dreaming of starting micro businesses to sell their handicrafts and work their way out of poverty.

    I’d love to win so that six of these ladies could have a little bit of glitter she never thought she’d have. For oppressed women who have nothing, a little gift like this is a huge treasure.

    So I hope I win and send you a picture of their grins.

  53. Elissa says:

    I would invite my girl friends of 20 years plus our daughters! well, 2 of them are only 3 years old so they’ll just watch.

  54. Barbara macaskill says:

    Beautiful! Sonya, Kathy, Cassandra, Julie and Stephanie to my new house for a ladies night! I would make cake pops that I would put edible bling on, chocolate covered strawberries designed like tuxes, finger sandwiches, cucumber slices with salmon pate and a chipped beef dip with a loaf of crusty bread to dip in it as snacks. We would probably have strawberry daiquiris (virgin and alcoholic) and a punch that I make using ginger ale, cranberry juice and orange juice with multi flavored sherbert balls in it! We would have the time of our lives making these gorgeous rings! Thanks for the chance to win and have a ladies night!

  55. Kathy Lindemer says:

    I would invite my daughter and her best friends. These girls are very creative and involved in their professional careers. it would be a great break for the and fun holiday get together for them. The bling and some wine would be a great combination. I make jewelry so I can help them if they need any guidance.

  56. Trish Tokar says:

    i would get 5 of my creative girlfriends together to have a night of Nunn Fun! then we could all wear the rings we made together and tell other creative women about Nunn Designs. this might start a Nunn Fun Night trend!!

  57. Christine Wilson says:

    I’d share this with my GLBG beading group. We’re always on the lookout for make and takes that we can share with the guild. This is a perfect self contained project. Add a bottle of wine, good friends and it’ll be a great day!

  58. Sandy_in_MD says:

    I would have a party at my work – I am on a mission to show all of the ladies there that they can be creative too. They keep insisting that they can’t – these new kits make it very easy for even a novice to make a pretty piece of jewelry.

  59. Debbie Pierson Gilbert says:

    Oh, what a lovely giveaway! I would invite my sister in law who designs jewelry and my daughter and a few of her friends that also LOVE making their own jewelry and of course my sister and my best friend! Thank you!

  60. Crystal Poley says:

    I would invite 5 of my girlfriends that I work with. We are all registered nurses at Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster BC. We work hard, so it is great to do something fun and relaxing together every now and then. I am an avid beader, so every couple of months we get together and I teach them a new project. It’s like our own version of “stitch & bitch”, except we call it “beads & booze”! This would be the perfect project for that night! Not to mention this bling ring would look great to wear to all the upcoming holiday parties 😉

  61. Crystal Maly Penrod says:

    I would invite my beading friends for an overnight at a b-n-b and have cocktails and girl time with our new treasures.

  62. Evelyn says:

    Oh I want to win and share it with my fellow teachers after school. What a great way to wind down and be rewarded at the same time!

  63. Tara says:

    I would ask my two beautiful daughters and my two beautiful nieces and my sister. My step mother would be invited also. I love making jewelry but I have come upon some hard times and therefore can’t afford to buy beads at this time. This would be a dream come true. I LOVE NUNN DESIGN

  64. Gillian Wright says:

    I am a huge Nunn Design fan and love making jewellery when I’m well enough, I’m medically retired and only 40 so I need my crafting to keep me sane! My neice is not quite 12 years old and has caught the jewellery bug from me and has a real flare for it. She has made me a couple of necklaces which I wear regularly. So I would have Mollie round to my house and set up at the kitchen table and we would make 3 rings each and keep one each and the others would be Christmas presents for my other two neices Beks and Freya, my sister Jude (Mollies Mum) and my Mum. I feel privileged to help my neice on her jewellery making quest whilst developing and improving my own work. Thank you for such an inspired giveaway.

  65. DESPINA VENETI says:

    I would invite my 3 best friends, and 3 ladies we know and are interested in jewelry making, as a first meeting of a -hopefully- permanent weekly or bi-weekly meetings of this kind.
    My country, Greece, is going through rough times, and I think it’d be a great idea to involve more people in jewelry making, even using basic techniques, so that they can still give something beautiful as gifts and make others happy, but also to donate pieces for fundraising goals.
    Thank you,

  66. Mir says:

    I’d start a regular bead buddy group with friends. Many have said they’d love to learn how to make jewelry and this would be a terrific start!

  67. Jo says:

    I would invite my jewelry loving friends for a happy creative day. If it was lovely, we’d make our jewelry outside under the trees and then take a walk to the beach and show the seals and otters our new sparkles. ;0)

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