Look what I won!

Pendant

The fantastic Naomi over at The Writes of Women hosted a giveaway on her blog last month and I won!

My prize was this beautiful pendant from Scribbelicious jewellery, featuring a quote from 746 Books favourite Margaret Atwood.

In 2012, Scribbelicious’ founder and designer, Nicola Andrew, came across a waterlogged copy of Shakespeare’s Complete Works. Unable to throw the book away, she decided to turn it into a pendant and Scribbelicious was born. The company’s expanded rapidly and now creates ranges for the Globe Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Brontë Parsonage, amongst others. Their page fragments and quotations can be made into pendants, bangles, charm bracelets, brooches, keyrings, earrings, rings, cufflinks and tie pins. They’re happy to create custom designs for special occasions too, or simply because you’d like something they haven’t made yet.

Do check out their website at http://www.scribbelicious.com or follow them on Facebook and if you’re not following Naomi’s fantastic blog already, it’s time you were!

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I am a 40 something book buying addict trying to reduce the backlog one book at a time!

19 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Congratulations! So much fun to win stuff and then double excitement when you receive it in the mail. I love the idea of using book pages to make stuff. Cool idea.

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