April Theme Competiion
This month's theme is....
WIN £50's WORTH OF BULLION!
In order to give everyone an even chance, the previous winners of each month are more than welcome to post their designs, but they will not be entered into the judging process for two months (that's two theme competitions) in order to give everyone the chance of winning. After that, they may resume entering as normal and will be included in the competition.
Terms & conditions
No purchase necessary. The closing date for the competition will be 30.04.2012. The winner will win their Bullion order to the maximum of £50 exc VAT. This must be in one transaction.
The judging process will take place on 02.05.2012. Cookson Precious Metals Jewellery Specialists will make the decision.
The competition is open to all Cookson Precious Metals customers who are UK residents and aged 18 years and over.
Only one entry per person.
There is no cash alternative. Cookson Precious Metals reserves the right to change the prize for one of equivalent value.
The winner will be notified on the forum within this thread by 07.05.2012. The winner's name and county will be available by sending a stamped addressed envelope to: The Competition Secretary, Marketing Department Cookson Precious Metals, 59-83 Vittoria Street. Birmingham B1 3NZ.
Employees of Cookson Precious Metals, their agents and families are excluded from the competition together with any person connected to the competition.
Entry into the competition is deemed as acceptance of the rules. The winner agrees to participate in any publicity in connection with the competition.
To enter the competition, simply publish your design/comment within this thread.
No correspondence will be entered into. The judging panel decision is final. The promoter is Cookson Precious Metals
Well here are some eggs to get things rolling :0)
Fried egg ears by kwant, on Flickr
Sunny side up: deee...licious. Dennis.
They're great Kwant, what a fun idea!!
Hatched egg and daffodil free standing 6cm high. Sterling silver. I made if for my mum.
Thank you Caroleallen
A scrappy little bird
Here's my wee contribution - I blame this competition entirely for the inspiration and the subsequent years taken off my life by soldering the pieces together. This was entirely made from scraps and leftovers, including the freshwater pearls which were left over from my wedding dress.
This was my first ring and I learned a lot, the hard way, making it, but I'm fairly pleased (ok, make that dead chuffed!) with the result.
(more pics in my album)