Jun 18, 2015

Australia Week: Dreamcatcher Necklace Giveaway


Enter this giveaway to win a gorgeous dream catcher necklace made by Komorebi Handmade. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.   

46 comments:

  1. Their whimsical design and it's beautiful and stylish!

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  2. Their colors are always so cheerful.

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  3. Dreamcatchers are the only superstition items that look nice.

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  4. They are beautiful and have special meaning to my tribe! I am part myaamia! =]

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  5. They bring character to a home xx

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  6. a cheery way to keep bad dreams away.

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  7. Dreamcatchers are beautiful and have a magical quality to them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  8. I love dreamcatchers - they are so pretty and look stylish in any room

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  9. I love the patterns and materials they can, and are, made of
    My mother loves them so I we have always had them in our homes

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  10. I like the idea of them and they look pretty cool

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  11. the gorgeous colors, the individuality, and the personal meanings behind them

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  12. They say that they catch bad dreams

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  13. I like the idea that they can catch bad dreams.

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  14. the meaning behind them

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  15. I just think they are really pretty - I have a lovely big one on my living room wall that my husband bought me a few years ago, all done in black, white and silver. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thank you for another lovely giveaway :o)

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  16. I love the meaning behind Dreamcatchers and how beautiful even the simple ones are. Thank-you for the giveaway.

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  17. I like the meaning, I bought an authentic native American handmade one back from Arizona, it is beautiful.

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  18. I love the meaning of the dreamcatchers... It's a beautiful idea!

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  19. I like that they are still a symbol that many recognize despite the fact of generations of suppression from white settler's.
    Mary Loki

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  20. i like the way they look and the name of it .

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  21. I like their beauty and concept!

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  22. have always wanted a dreamcatcher x

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  23. I love that they are beautiful and mystical!

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  24. They are dreamy and beautiful.

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  25. I like the feathers that dangle from it

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  26. They hold so much belief, and are so beautiful. Their said powers may or may not be true, but either way they feel magical.

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  27. I love that ancient and modern tribes believe in their powers. I just find them mystical and such a lovely inspiration. :)

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  28. Because my daughter has a dream catcher tattoo

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  29. The colour and how they catch my bad dreams

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  30. I like that they ward off nightmares.

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  31. I love the design of dreamcatchers. Their colors also attract me a lot :)

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  32. When I was a little girl I went through a period of really of bad dreams. My Mom and I went to a Native American festival and she bought me a dreamcatcher to hang above my bed. It seemed to help and I've been really fond of them ever since.

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  33. Dream catchers are beautiful and catch bad dreams!

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  34. I like that they are pretty
    Jade H

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  35. I love how mysterious they look

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  36. something magical about them; never thought of wearing one as a necklace though :)

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  37. they are very mystical

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  38. How creative people can be when making them.

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  39. I like the idea behind them, that they stop you having bad dreams. I've had at least one in my room for as long as I can remember

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