Saturday, November 26, 2011

Lori Anderson's - First Annual Virtual Craft Show

From November 26 - December 3, Lori Anderson is hosting an online craft show featuring 70 artisans and craftspeople. Every day, Lori will be listing all the shops and sales going on which you can view by going to her site (click on the banner above)...and the best part??  THERE'S 70 GIVE-AWAYS TO BE HAD!!!!!!


Here's how you win: 

For each of the 7 days of the show, you get a point for each of the following (you don't have to do all four)....

 Commenting on Pretty Things Blog/First Annual Virtual Craft page
Facebooking Pretty Things Blog/First Annual Virtual Craft page
Twittering Pretty Things Blog/First Annual Virtual Craft page
Blogging about Pretty Things Blog/First Annual Virtual Craft page

Be sure to have either a blog with an email contact, or leave an email in your comment so I can notify you!  

Drawing will be held a couple of days after the show. 


Here's Moobie Grace Designs' give away:

Designer's Dream Eclectic Mix 


1.  Polymer clay oval toggle clasp in taupe, with a dainty lavender flowering vine and gorgeous antique white sari silk.  Clay toggle measures approximately 1.5" in diameter, not including copper bail.

2.  Polymer clay bead and hammered copper toggle set in rich, woodsy shades of brown.  Accented with topaz hued crystals and beads, and includes sari silk in coordinating color.  Beads measure nearly 2" in diameter, while hammered toggle measures 1" in diameter.

3.  Eclectic mix of lime green and shades of gray polymer focal bead with brass center accents and beads, with cool shade of gray sari silk length. Focal bead measures approximately 1.25" in diameter.

Value $35 


To celebrate I'm also offering 10% off my Etsy Shop (for all my blog reading friends) November 27th - December 3rd.  Use code VCSBLOG10  at checkout.

You can also check us out on Facebook to keep up with new listings, news, etc!!


  1. I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your work, especially your one-of-a-kind polymer clay. It is sooo pretty!! And hey, I'm from VA too and went to grad school in Richmond...I see you are "local". :-)

  2. Grace your clay creations are nothing short of amazing. Be blessed to be blessed

  3. Thank you ladies!! Cindy, I live about an hour south of Richmond...but it's actually the closest "city" to me, so we're there alot! My oldest daughter will be headed to VCU next semester! Thanks again!!

  4. I went to grad school at VCU (social work)! :-) Brings back memories.... and you look way too young to have a daughter heading to college! :-)

  5. You're clay work is beautiful and so delicate. You're so generous with your prize. Just started following your blog.