Giveaway!

It's time to say thank you again for your prayers, packages, letters, financial support, and encouragment for our family.  We have a multitude of people who make living here in the Solomon Islands possible.




I am so excited about my recent find!  Not one, not two, but THREE beautiful handcarved bracelets.  I was able to buy them at only 25% of the regular price because each one has tiny imperfections.


This bracelet's only flaw is a tiny hole on the inside - you can't even see the hole when you wear the bracelet. 


Two of the bracelets have chips out of the wood next to the shell inlay.  But, if you are willing to wear something beautiful, yet a little less than perfect (hmmm, like each of us!), leave a comment by midnight CST, Friday, December 30, and we will draw three winners.

Comments

The dB family said…
Don't enter me, as I have a package coming already. I just wanted to say they are very pretty flaws and all. I quite like the idea of the flaws and your explanation.

Blessings!
Deborah
Doug Hibbard said…
The Hibbards would love to win one...
Jolene said…
Our flawless maker didn't throw us out because of our ugly sin and rightly so you should find homes for these beautiful treasures...Yet, we, even in all our flawed nature are even more beautiful to the Lord!

Prayers for your future in the Solomon Islands!
Abi's Blog said…
Love these bracelets I always enjoy handmade crafts!
Blessings,
Ava
Anonymous said…
How very special! I love reading your comments on your life in the Solomons. Would love one of these beautiful bracelets.
Kecia said…
I love the metaphor comparing the bracelets to us!
Jeremy Staton said…
Would love a bracelet!
quilt'n-mama said…
Drop our name in the bucket too:)
Adam and Ruth said…
pretty! I am at an internet cafe and can finally see your blog pictures instead of just reading the words. :) ~Ruth
Crystal said…
these are beautiful, even more so with the "flaws". put me in
Anonymous said…
I would love to have one of these beautiful bracelets. It would be a lovely reminder to pray for you and God's work through and among you where you live.

Love,

Kayla Paulk
Noelle said…
The Kellys would love one!

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