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New Guest Blog - Colour Theory with Emily Green! (+ Giveaway!)

8th August, 2011
Lucy Feagins
Monday 8th August 2011

This week, designer / maker Emily Green joins us with a colour-popping Guest Blog!

Citizens of Melbourne.  Have you NOTICED the gradual infiltration of EMILY GREEN NECKLACES amongst your nearest and dearest!?  Everyone I know seems to have acquired one of these sweet handcrafted creations in recent weeks - they're taking over this city!   This recent phenomenon can only be put down to one thing - Ms Green's incredible way with COLOUR!

This week we are super lucky to have Emily with us all week sharing 5 fabulous new necklace designs, along with a visual feast of reference material which has inspired each new colourway!  It's one of our prettiest Guest Blogs yet - light on words, heavy on the eye candy... and the icing on the proverbial cake? A gorgeous giveaway of course!

Emily Green has offered a very special necklace for one lucky reader!  The 'Audrey' necklace is a brand spanking new design - unlike Emily's other necklaces it's on a longer (85cm) sterling silver chain, and features not 9 but 15 handmade beads!  (Pictured below).  It's valued at $80.00 and will go to one lucky reader this week!  Simple leave a comment on Emily's Guest Blog before 10.00pm this Thursday August 11th to be in the running. A winner will be selected at random and contacted by email on Friday.

Huge thanks to sweet Ms Green for her rainbow-inspired Guest Blog this week!  Do pop over to Emily's blog and her online shop to check out more of her beautiful work!

A very special giveaway - Emily Green's brand new 'Audrey' Necklace on 85cm sterling silver chain - leave a comment on the Guest Blog before 10.00pm Thursday to be in the running to win!

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