Jul 31, 2015

1,000,000 Views Giveaway 17: Decodelire Louise


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win these beautiful Louise products made by Decodelire. This is such an amazing range, I love it. Good luck!

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Guest Post: Top 5 Beach Reads According to Sarah Morgan



Top 5 beach reads according to Sarah Morgan 


Riders, by Jilly Cooper – no summer reading list would be complete without something from the Queen of the Bonkbuster, Jilly Cooper herself! And when you’re sunning yourself on a beach, there’s no better book to curl up on your towel or sun-lounger with than Riders. Full of sex, scandal and the most amazingly funny (and awful!) characters, it’s a compulsive read. Not least because you’ll be introduced to the gorgeous and outrageous Rupert Campbell-Black, one of my favourite heroes IN THE WORLD. 


The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen. I love this author, and I’m always counting down to her next release! This book is a particular favourite of mine. Richly drawn characters, complex relationships and family secrets played out against the sultry American South. Perfect beach reading! 


The Undomestic Goddess, by Sophie Kinsella – prepare to laugh out loud as Samantha, a high powered lawyer, makes a mistake at work that drives her in a direction totally unsuited to her skills. This is easily my favourite Sophie Kinsella book. . 


The Witness, by Nora Roberts – part romance, part suspense, this page-turner will keep you on the edge of your sun lounger. 


The Thirty List by Eva Woods – this book couldn’t be more fun! Romantic and uplifting, this story about love, life and pushing yourself outside your comfort zones is a real treat! A must for any romance reader. 


About Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan writes warm contemporary romantic fiction with her trademark humour
which has gained her fans across the globe. Described as ‘full of sparkle’ by Lovereading,
she has been nominated three years in succession for the prestigious RITA© Award from the
Romance Writers of America and won the award twice; in 2012 and 2013.
Sarah lives near London with her husband and children, and when she isn’t reading or writing she
loves being outdoors, preferably on vacation so she can forget the house needs tidying.
Visit Sarah online at www.sarahmorgan.com, on Facebook
at www.facebook.com/Author SarahMorgan and on Twitter @SarahMorgan_

Giveaway: Beach Reads In August Hop


I love beach reads, they're wonderful and they're always making me happy. Some of the most wonderful books I've read this summer are:


I highly recommend these books. As there are so many good beach reads for this giveaway I'm letting you choose your own beach themed book(s) for $15.


If you'd like to find more great beach reads check this amazing guest post by Sarah Morgan.


Good luck!

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Giveaway: Blue Leaf Necklace


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a gorgeous blue leaf necklace made by Bright Art Box. Good luck!

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Beauty Review: Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar Body Wash


I love Pacifica, the products are 100% vegan and they come in beautiful packages. I like Pacifica's way of styling their products. The designs are colorful and artistic and they've got a wonderful cheerful vibe. 

Because I loved the Island Vanilla body wash I decided to buy this Indian Coconut Nectar body wash. I'm glad I did that as I'm very happy with this body wash as well. I love the scent of the product, it's delicious. The coconut is summery and it smells divine. The shower gel itself is creamy and Pacifica advertises with the suitability for shaving. That's indeed something it's very handy for because of the texture. This product is great for the skin and I'm absolutely in love with it.

I highly recommend Pacifica. I think it's a fun brand that brightens up your day. It's cheerful and luxurious and I like the idea that they care about animals, the environment and charities. 

Book Review: The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler


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Review by Suze

Elyse used to have it all, beauty, great dancing skills and a stunning voice. She was performing together with her twin sister and they were very close to making it. Only then tragedy struck and Elyse has lost that what's most important to a singer, her voice. Because she can't face her old life any longer she moves to America where she's staying with her aunt Lemon and cousin Kirby. They're living in Atargatis Cove in Oregon. The town has been named after a mermaid and Elyse instantly feels a connection. She was born in the sea and the sea has given her a second chance. Lemon is an artist who has her own shop and she gives Elyse the chance to help her there and to heal at the same time.

Christian has the reputation of being a playboy, but he's a kind guy. His father is a bully who's placing a bet that determines the course of Christian's entire summer. He has to race against his best friend instead of with him and he has to do that in an old boat that is far from seaworthy. Together with Elyse he's trying to fix it up. Will they be able to fix more than just the boat while they're working together? Elyse likes Christian and his younger brother Sebastian and she wants to be the best friend she can be. Is she going to be able to be there for them even if it means facing her worst fears? 

The Summer of Chasing Mermaids is an interesting book about a young girl who has had a terrible accident. Even though Elyse can't speak she has so much to say. I loved how Sarah Ockler made her writing poetic, Elyse's writing is fantastic. Because of what happened Elyse can't live the life she was destined for any longer and as she never wanted anything else besides singing she's lost. She has no idea what to do with herself. It's horrible to lose the number one thing you're passionate about and I think Sarah Ockler has done a great job describing Elyse's pain. It's realistic while at the same time there's a certain balance between the good and the bad, so the story isn't too heavy. 

There's an understanding between Christian and Elyse and they challenge each other. Even though Elyse can't talk Christian hears her, he knows exactly what she wants to say. I loved that aspect. He's actually a kind and sensitive guy and it was great to see this part of his character grow. Elyse isn't good at letting people in and that's something she needs to learn if she wants to recover. First she needs to find out who she is without her voice though. I think this is a wonderful theme for a novel. I also liked the mermaid aspect of the story. Because Elyse has been born at sea she feels a strong connection to mermaids and I loved how Sarah Ockler plays with what's real and what isn't. The story has a good ending, it's both fitting and realistic. There are so many positive things I can say a about this book, I really enjoyed reading it.

Jul 30, 2015

Book Review: If You Dare by Jessica Lemmon

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Review by Suze

Lily has to stay the night in a creepy old mansion in the middle of nowhere. She's alone in the dark and she's scared, all because of a bet. Her colleague Marcus has given her a dare, if she wins Lily can have his Hawaii trip and if he wins she has to accompany him to an important event. Of course Marcus doesn't give up his trip that easily. He's determined to scare Lily and make her run away from the house. Only he's on his own and without any help, so instead of staying outside he makes his presence known. He's the perfect person to protect her and maybe he can finally convince Lily to give him a chance. 

Marcus and Lily are designers and they're great at working together. Marcus likes Lily a lot, but she's been hurt by a former co-worker and she doesn't want to make the same mistake again. She thinks Marcus is a womanizer, but he has eyes for her alone. She really, really likes him and it isn't easy to stay away from him. The night into the mansion turns into something quite special, but even that isn't enough for Lily to accept Marcus as more than just someone she's working with. For Marcus it will be a challenge to change her mind, will he be able to win her over?

If You Dare is definitely a sexy summer read. I loved the chemistry and the tension between Lily and Marcus. They keep challenging each other and that makes the story interesting. I also liked that part of it was set in a haunted house, I think that's a fun idea and it works really well. Marcus and Lily have a great connection, but Lily is afraid to give in. Marcus does everything he can to convince her. He's actually a really sweet guy, which made me like this book even more. Lily and Marcus are having a dare, but for Marcus it's about winning Lily, not the bet. I liked how the story evolves and how they interact with each other. There are a lot of hot scenes that are all very well written. I think If You Dare is a fantastic romantic story with two amazing main characters.

Giveaway: L'Occitane Hand Cream Pouch + Batch Cubes & Green Beauty Bag


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a green beauty bag, a L'Occitane pouch filled with wonderful hand creams and L'Occitane bath cubes. Good luck!

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Giveaway: Pink Agate Slice Necklace


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a pink agate slice necklace. Good luck!

I will contact the winner via e-mail. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international, you can find the official rules here.

Beauty Review: CMD Rosé Exclusive Eye MakeUp Remover Oil


I've been using CMD Rosé Exclusive Eye MakeUp Remover Oil for several weeks now. CMD is a German natural cosmetics brand that has the philosophy that less is more. Their products are almost all 100% vegan. I love it when a brand has a clear philosophy and thinks about the environment. 

Usually eye makeup isn't what irritates my eyes, it's the product I use to remove it. I used to find myself flushing my eyes numerous times after removing my eyeshadow and mascara. I spent years looking for the right remover, one that's gentle for the eyes, but that also does what it's supposed to do. Not every type of makeup remover is actually good at the removing part. Even products meant for sensitive eyes managed to make my eyes itchy and red. I was almost willing to give up putting on eye makeup, because I had so many problems removing it. Fortunately then I found this CMD Rosé remover oil.

CMD's a little goes a long way philosophy definitely counts for this product. It perfectly cleans the eyes with only a few drops each time. I still can't believe how long it lasts, especially because this oil isn't expensive at all. If you don't use a lot of eye makeup you can also buy a small bottle, CMD has a very economical vision. What you do need to make this remover work is quality cotton pad (not too flimsy) and you have to make sure it's wet before you use the oil. If you try to remove the makeup with pure oil it won't work. This product needs water. With just a few drops it does the job perfectly and for my sensitive eyes it's amazing. There's no irritation and the oil is nourishing at the same time. I love the fact that at CMD they have thought about allergies so well and they've come up with a product that works. I cherish my remover and never want to go without anymore. 

Book Review: How to Catch a (Rock) Star by Gabrielle Aquilina

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Review by Anniek

Lillie is living with her best friend in England. Because she's having a job she doesn't really care about she is getting through the days, but nothing more. Her mother didn't make it as a singer and has kept her daughter from that same dream all of her life. Meeting Jed, a rock star from America, turns her world upside down. As she's been damaged by love before Lillie is a bit careful, but nothing can keep Jed and her from falling in love with each other. Being a couple and singing on stage together makes them inseparable.

Jed is a great singer. He and his band are finally making it in the music world. He has had troubles in the past with drugs, alcohol and depression. But now that he's fully recovered he is ready for the next chapter in his life. One that will contain Lillie for the rest of his breathing days. Jed is hiding a secret though, a secret that could cost him everything he as ever longed for. He just has to find the courage to come clean...

If you are looking for a book to read during your vacation or on a lazy Sunday then look no further, this very sweet love story is it! It is a fast and easy read. I loved the dynamics between Lillie and Jed and also between the other characters. There is so much love, kindness and friendship that I fell in love with every single one of them. I wanted to keep on reading to find out what Jed was hiding and what that would do to him and Lillie. How to Catch a (Rock) Star is very well written, so this kept me on the edge of my seat. Fortunately Gabrielle Aquilina leaves no stone unturned. This is the ultimate beach/pool read. I really, really enjoyed reading this story!

Jul 29, 2015

1,000,000 Views Giveaway 16: Decodelire Sidonie


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win Decodelire Sidonie jewelry and accessories. The winner will receive a stunning wallet, a beauty bag, a coin purse, a necklace with matching earrings, a mirror and a keychain. The quality of these items is amazing, they're all really beautiful. Good luck!

I will contact the winner via e-mail. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international, you can find the official rules here.

Interview & Giveaway: Each & Every One by Rachael English


Each & Every One

Each & Every One is one of the best books I've read and reviewed last year. I can't recommend this book enough, I loved it. Rachael English is the presenter of a popular Irish Radio show and she's now also a well known author. Each & Every One is her second novel. Her first one, Going Back, is on my favorites list as well. I think her books are very special and she has such a great way with words. I've interviewed Rachael English and asked her some questions about Each & Every One. 

The Questions

1) How did you get the idea to write a story about children who are used to luxuries and now have to give it all up?

To a large extent, the book was inspired by my day job as a journalist and radio presenter. For several years, my working life was all about the recession. But when you're working in daily journalism, you tend to focus on the big picture: losses, loans, politicians, bankers. So I wanted to write a story about how individual lives are affected by all of this turmoil. Obviously, it was people like Carmel, one of the book's main characters, who lost the most. At the start of the book, she’s trapped in a decrepit apartment block, surrounded by people who have no work. I was also fascinated, though, by families who’d grown up surrounded by plenty - and who suddenly had to fend for themselves. I found myself wondering what it’s like to be at the heart of an affluent family when the funds dry up. Do you really get along - or has money been papering over the cracks? 

I'm conscious that this all sounds quite dark, but I hope the book also contains quite a bit of humour.

2) What would you do when all of a sudden all money would be taken away from you?

What an interesting question. I guess we all like to think that money doesn’t matter, but if I woke up one morning with no income, no house and no way of finding another job, I don’t know how I’d cope. 

The Shine children cope very badly. Until their parents’ funds run dry, they have no idea how fortunate they have been. They've taken everything for granted. And then, overnight, their lives are upended. As Vee says, ‘Life without money is so damn complicated.’

3) What are the three most important things in life for you?

I reckon my list is similar to most people: family, health, peace of mind. If your family are OK, and your physical and mental health are OK, you have some chance of tackling whatever life throws at you. 

4) Life isn't always fair is a great theme to read about, why did you choose this theme?

It was something that struck me forcibly during the depths of the recession. Many people who had never lived extravagant lives were really suffering. At the same time, some people who had enjoyed very fancy lifestyles were able to walk away from their responsibilities. To begin with, the Shine children try to carry on as though nothing has changed, and it takes some of them quite a while to face up their dishonesty.

5) Tara is different, she's the sibling most readers will probably love the most (myself included), what do you think of her?

I’m very fond of her, but she's far too innocent for a twenty-nine year old! At the start of the book, everybody is taking advantage of her good nature, so she too has lessons to learn. I also enjoyed writing about her life as a reporter. In a lot of fiction, journalists are either exceedingly glamorous or the personification of seediness. Just for a change, I wanted to write about the day to day life of an average hack like Tara. Also, her job gives her an opportunity to meet people like Carmel and Ben, and it's through her friendship with them that she comes to see the truth about her own life.

6) What was the most fun part to write and/or to research?

I loved writing about the ‘other family’ - Carmel, Ben and Jenelle. Carmel is such a resilient person who faces up to the worst that life brings her with grace and good humour. Ben is great fun because he's so bright. Also, being only eight years old, he has a licence to say whatever comes into his head.

Then, at the other end of the spectrum . . . there’s Vee, the most spoilt woman in Ireland. Writing her character was a wonderful challenge because even though almost every reader hates her at the start, she does go on quite a journey.

As far as research is concerned, the part that had the biggest impact on me was the time I spent in the Dublin District Court, just watching the comings and goings. I found it so fascinating that I’m now determined to write a book set in the courts.

7) Each & Every One is in my top 3 of best novels I've read last year. What are your three recent favourites?

Thanks you so much, Suzanne. If we're talking about books published this year, I loved Weightless by Sarah Bannan. It’s about teenage bullying, so I suppose some would call it YA, but I think it goes beyond that. I also enjoyed The Long Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon. My favourite book of the past few years is Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

8) Being truthful and having secrets are important aspects of the story, what's your favourite kind of secret to write about?

Complicated ones! I’ve given this quite a bit of thought recently because I’m writing a book about an adopted woman who goes in search of her birth parents. She also has to face up to a number of her own secrets, and she begins to wonder whether sometimes people are better off not knowing the truth.

Giveaway

One very lucky reader of my blog will receive a paperback copy of Each & Every One. Good luck!

I will contact the winner via e-mail. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international, you can find the official rules here.

Easy Entry Giveaway: Owl & Cabochon Bracelet


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win two lovely bracelets. Good luck!

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Beauty Review: Savon Liquide Amande Douce by Savonnerie de Bormes


I love Savonnerie de Bormes. It's a French brand that makes natural plant based soaps and other beauty products like shower gels and body lotions. Everything is made in France. I've tried several different products already and loved them all. This time I've tested the Amande Douce Savon Liquide. 

I love soaps that are gentle for my hands and that don't dry out the skin. This soap is one of my favorites and whenever I run out I always buy it again straight away. I love the scent, the way it feels on my hands and the gentleness of the product. I like the freshness of my hands after using this soap. It's ideal for both the bathroom and the kitchen and it's very suitable for people who often have to wash their hands. 

I love the look and feel of Savonnerie de Bormes. The products are reasonably priced, while they are certainly luxurious. The packing is beautiful and I like the style of the brand. What I also like is that you only need a little bit of product each time you're using this brand, so it lasts a long time. It's great quality for a good price. I highly recommend Savonnerie de Bormes.

Book Review: Wylding Hall by Elizabeth Hand


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Review by Suze

Something weird has happened at Wylding Hall. The young folk band Windhollow Faire goes there to recover from the terrible death of Arianna, the former female singer of the band. The American Lesley replaces her and joins the band at Wylding Hall where the manager hopes they will get over the traumatic death and will manage to come up with songs for a brilliant new album. Wylding Hall is an unused mansion in a remote area. The idea works and the band is in such a good shape, but then Julian, the band's most talented member, disappears. 

Wylding Hall is Windhollow Faire's second and last album. Wylding Hall is a creepy house and not everyone feels at ease there. Both the band members and friends who are coming to stay for a short while are feeling ill at ease. When Julian disappears he's with a girl. Who is she? She's on the album cover, but nobody knows anything about her. Years later the other band members and people who used to know them are talking about the strange summer at Wylding Hall and about what might have happened to Julian.

I loved the brilliant form of this book. It reads like a documentary. I liked that every time another character talked about Wylding Hall and what happened there. I was immediately fascinated by the story. What happened to Julian, who was involved and what are the theories behind it all? I wanted to know more and I enjoyed the speculations and the mystery of Julian's disappearance.

Elizabeth Hand's writing is beautiful. She always manages to surprise me. When I would have watched a similar documentary on television I would have been a bit skeptic, but also intrigued. That was exactly how I felt while I was reading this book. I loved both the story and the way it ends. It was easy to recognize the distinctive voices and of course there's no way you know who's the most credible, that's an aspect I liked a lot. It leaves room for a lot of personal interpretation. I think Wylding Hall is fantastic, it's creepy, oppressive, disturbing and really, really good.

Jul 28, 2015

Cover Reveal, Matching Jewelry & Giveaway: Quintessentially Yours by Linn B. Halton


Quintessentially Yours by Linn B. Halton will come out on August 5th. I think the cover is gorgeous, the colors are beautiful and I love the design. The stunning color combination inspired me to browse Etsy and find some matching pieces of jewelry. 

One very lucky reader of my blog will receive a lovely prize:


The winner of this giveaway will receive kindle copies of Under The Stars and Quintessentially Yours and a beautiful amethyst necklace. Good luck!

I will contact the winner 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, you can find the official rules here.

Winners!


Giveaway winners:

Green leaf necklace - Nathan L

L'Occitane hand cream and lip balm and macaron necklace - Eun C

Me & Mr J - Bárbara T

Red Flower bracelet - clair d

Candy Necklace and earrings - Jayne T

L'Occitane tin with hand cream and bath cubes and macaron earrings and necklace - Denisa I

L'Occitane lip balm + hand cream and yellow macaron necklace   Diana D

L'Occitane Iris Bleu Pouch, 3 books, Pacifica roll-on, Benecos eye shadow and lip gloss - Angela G 

Two books, a polymer clay jewelry set, a Lush Tutti Fruity gift set, a L'Occitane gift set, a ceramic necklace, Body Shop lip gl - Jess M  

Layla Amber Bird Necklace - Stephanie LP

Sterling silver magic topaz pendant - Annaloa H 

Lush Hello Gorgeous - Filomena R

Lush Rosie - Isma M

Green ceramic heart necklace - Angel G

Blue flower necklace - Susan P

Green glass beaded bracelet - Heather H

Sun and moon necklace - Lori B     
     
Pink Rose Necklace - Marjorie T 
     
Human + Kind and chick lit - Sheryl P   

Purple flower necklace - Jennifer  
         
Smoky topaz sterling silver pendant - Miki  
      
Brown ceramic owl necklace - Mel O    
  
Blue Ceramic necklace - Alessandra V 

Ceramic Necklace - morag P


The winners will all receive an e-mail in the next two days.        

1,000,000 Views Giveaway 15: Books, L'Occitane & Necklace


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win three books, a necklace and L'Occitane eau de toilette, hand cream and body milk. Good luck!

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Japan Weekend Book Review: Ink by Amanda Sun


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Review by Suze

Katie is getting used to her new life in Japan. She's moved there to stay with her aunt after her mother passed away. Life in Shizuoka is very different from life in America and it requires a lot of adjusting. Katie's aunt decides to send her to a Japanese school. Katie has problems with the language, so she has to take a lot of extra lessons to keep up. The food in Japan is different, she has to wear slippers in school and her blonde hair stands out wherever she goes.

Fortunately she makes friends pretty quickly. At school she also meets Tomohiro. He's aloof and cold at first and Katie can't seem to get through to him. He's great at kendo (a form of fencing), so he's the school's sports hero and a lot of people are fascinated by him. Katie's drawn to him and can't stay away. They share something strange. Tomohiro has a way with ink and even though Katie isn't gifted at drawing with it the ink is what connects them. Because of Tomohiro Katie finds out more about the Kami, powerful descendants from an ancient god. What does this have to do with Katie and Tomohiro and are they both in danger because of it?

Katie is very strong and she goes for what she wants. She's still sad about losing her mother, but she's resilient and soon she embraces the Japanese way of living. She likes the food, she makes some great friends and staying with her aunt isn't so bad. I loved learning more about Japan through her eyes. Katie soon falls in love with Tomohiro. He's like a magnet and at first she doesn't understand why exactly, but she keeps following him until he accepts her presence. She does this in a determined way, because she knows that beneath the tough and cold exterior there's a kind and caring guy who likes her back. 

Tomohiro's best friend is in a gang and he keeps dragging Tomohiro with him. He's trouble and he doesn't like Katie. She wants Tomohiro to stay safe, but he's always there for his friends. This means he often gets into fights and I couldn't help feeling bad for him as he clearly doesn't like that life very much. Things keep getting worse, but Tomohiro stands by his friend. Tomohiro's drawings are fantastic, he can't draw in the presence of anyone besides Katie, because of what happens when he's using ink. I loved reading about his talents. I liked that the drawings were coming to life and that ink played such an important role in this story. I'm now so curious to read more about Katie's connection to the ink. I can't wait to find out what will happen in the next book of this series. I'm definitely intrigued and love Amanda's Sun's writing.
 

Japan Weekend Shop Review: Suze Loves Locca Enamel Jewellery! & Giveaway


I love Locca Enamel Jewellery. The jewelry Yukiko makes is absolutely stunning.


Yukiko is a trained Japanese enamel artist who's currently living in Wales.


She lets her international experiences influence her work which makes it even more unique and beautiful.


You can read more about the enamel tradition and the process of making it on Yukiko's about page.


I'm the proud owner of two beautiful necklaces and I can say from experience that Yukiko's work is gorgeous. She's a skilled artist and I'm in love with my jewelry.


I've received so many compliments about it.


I love the beautiful vibrant colors and detailed shapes of the enamel in combination with the silver. It's fantastic.


When you hold it in your hands it's even more beautiful than on the photos.


Yukiko also uses a special way of packaging the jewelry and it comes with a bit of information. I loved finding out more about the Japanese traditions.


Yukiko's customer service is excellent. She's kind, she ships quickly and she's always there to help.


She has a wonderful blog with beautiful photos. It's about food, traveling and Wales.


Check out this fantastic Etsy store!


Enjoy admiring Yukiko's beautiful work and have fun shopping!


One very lucky reader of my blog will receive an amazing prize:


This fabulous copper pendant with frosted glass will be for the winner of the giveaway. Good luck!

I will contact the winner 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, you can find the official rules here.
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