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Scrapbooking Giveaway Day!

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scrapbooking giveaway :: name prints from Josephines jewellery
This weekend, one commenter will win a gorgeous flower cabochon ring (in a colour from the available choice) from Josephines jewellery.
I asked Josephine to tell us a little about her shop and she said: “I have been making jewellery for many years now and have sold lots of my pieces to friends and boutique shops. I love making jewellery with a passion, you could say I have a love affair with vintage jewellery! I love strings of pearls, cameos, vintage buttons, rhinestone encrusted pieces, vintage lace, Victorian jewellery, wire, brass, copper, charms, crystals and gems! I love mixing old and new and everything from my shop comes wrapped up in decadent lace ribbons and couture tags for that extra luxurious touch!”

Other items we love from Josephine’s store are her gorgeous birdcage necklace and this rather beautiful swooping bird necklace

To enter, just leave a comment on this post. If you could chose any time period in which to live, which would it be?

Entries close at midnight Sunday UK time and the winner will be posted Monday evening, so be sure to check back to see if it’s your lucky day!

Good luck!


08 July 2011

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74 Comments for Scrapbooking Giveaway Day!

  1. Julia M. Says:

    I don’t think I want to live in any other time period. If I had, I wouldn’t have any kids and probably wouldn’t be here now. So, I am so thankful to live in this modern age with the medical technology and intelligence that we have. Thanks for the chance to win such beautiful jewelry!

  2. Kitty Scrapper Says:

    I would love to experience the 60 and 70 how my parents did. The jewellery is beautiful

  3. Christi Says:

    The 80’s as an adult….love the clothes!

  4. Trisha H Says:

    I would love to experience the Victorian period. I love the architecture as well as the elegance.

  5. Joanne Says:

    I would love to visit the Elizabethan era as it has always fascinated me or the Romans – but would want to come back to my creature comforts quite quickly :0)

  6. Karen P Says:

    I love all things to do with Tudor history so would love to go back to Tudor times especially the court of Henry VIII. I really don’t think I would be Henry’s type so I wouldn’t have to fear that I might end up on the chopping block. I would only want to do a short visit though as I would miss all my home comforts too much.

  7. Juel Says:

    I love the medieval period but would like to skip all the medical problems they had.

  8. Sandy G Says:

    Oh, to go back to the 1930’s – the birth of the movies and the opportunity to witness the golden age of Broadway – to see a young Ethel Merman blow the roof off with “I Got Rhythm” would be bliss.

  9. Kelly Massman Says:

    I would go back to a time where life was more simple—no specific time period… Thanks! I love cabochons!

  10. Mel Says:

    Oh, wow – aren’t those gorgeous?! :)

    Me, I’m happy being in the here and now – I wouldn’t mind a spot of time travel for a visit, but just like when I go away on holiday, I like coming home!

  11. Shirley K Says:

    I think it’d be interesting to live during the 1940s – not easy, but interesting.

  12. NancyD Says:

    What lovely rings! If I could choose any time period to live in, it would be Ancient Egypt, in the Middle Kingdom, 17th dynasty. Of course, I would want to live as a princess or queen, not as an unfortunate field or mud worker! :)

  13. Penny Says:

    1930s Stylish clothes, romance and glamour for me. The rings are absolutely fab such beautiful colours

  14. Jen S. Says:

    I would go to the past… live in the days when our ancestors lived off the land. Covered wagons, buffalo, open prairie as far as the eye could see. It would be hard work, but at the end of each day a person could honestly say they acomplished somthing. :)

  15. Madeline Says:

    I would have to maybe the 1930’s and 1940’s I just loved the clothes at that time

    Thanks for the give away

  16. Tinkersdamn Says:

    I think I would head for the 1950s. The atmosphere of hope and post-war optimism would be amazing, and the sky was the limit. OK, and I love the style. More than a little by a bunch!

  17. Nathalie Says:

    I would like to go into the future actually! I would like to see how things will be in 100 years…. will the doom and gloom stories that we hear today become reality? Will humans fix their ways towards the environment? How will the next generation handle things? etc, etc!!!

  18. JulieFrog Says:

    I’d love to go back to the 1920s – dancing the charleston and being a flapper girl! :o)
    Thanks for offering such a lovely giveaway.

  19. Jennifer Says:

    I would love to have lived in the late 1800’s Edwardian period. I love the dresses and the amazing homes and furnishing styles! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  20. Carol Says:

    Oh man, there are pieces of all most every time period I would like to have experience but I would loved to have seen the days of the Roman Era

  21. jo sowerby Says:

    i would want to live in victorian pre-raphaelite times. i have the perfect hair for them to paint and would be honoured if they would paint me as one of their beauties!!!
    jo xxx

  22. Jo Says:

    I would go back to the 1950’s as I love the feel of the clothes, the adverts, the home baking thing, and I would love to know if it was really like that.

  23. Vicky Says:

    That’s a difficult one! I’d like to go back to the 60s, but only if I could come back if I didn’t like it!

  24. Melissa Says:

    Definitely during the Victorian era. :) Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  25. Meghan Says:

    I’d love to live in the 40’s. Such great fashion. Thanks for teh giveaway!

  26. Deb Says:

    Those are some beautiful rings!! Since I studied Revolutionary era American History in college and grad school…I would love to experience life as it was then. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!

  27. Carrie K Says:

    i would have loved to be alive during WWII. the patriotic spirit the sense of all working together. I think it would have been great to experience it first hand.

  28. Ezlie Says:

    I cant imagine living in any other time…if I had to choose it would be something in the future, not the past.

  29. Chipper Says:

    I would go far enough into the future to where time travel is discovered. That way I could experience any period I felt like :-) LOL

  30. Sylvie H Says:

    I would love to live in the Elizabethan era. Of course, I’d want to be sure to be one of the wealthy people like in the romantic novels I’ve read. Not the poor peasants trying to survive. LOL!

  31. Steph Says:

    I have to say the 40’s & 50’s. I love the clothes that show your a woman but still allow you to be a lady.

  32. Kathy Says:

    These rings are beautiful!

  33. Sophie M Says:

    I’d love to go back to be a teenager in the sixities. This is the time fashion and the music scene really came to life to me. I’d love to wear some Mary Quant! Thanks for the chance to win x

  34. Dawn Says:

    I’m really happy now so I would stay here. Love the jewellery.

  35. Lou Says:

    I would have to agree with the majority here and say the 50s. Love the clothes and styling of homes etc. :)

  36. Wendy Miller Says:

    I would like to be Doctor Who’s assistant and go to every time period, I really couldn’t choose as they all have such different qualities, I am trying to force myself to make a decision but it’s just too difficult. Thanks for the chance to own such lovely jewellery :-)

  37. Debbie Says:

    Beautiful jewellery! I’d love to have lived in the late Victorian/Edwardian era, fantastic clothes, architecture and art – but as others have said I’d have to be extremely rich, I don’t think I’d like to have been poor back then!

  38. Louise Hay Says:

    That’s an easy one – 60’s london starting with the Mary Quant look, have my hair cut by Vidal and move on to the Summer of Love, Isle of Wight festival with Jimmi Hendrix and all done whilst listening to Radio Caroline! Can you tell I have thought about this a lot! I also think that the ring would perfectly into my fantasy.

  39. Philippa Says:

    All the jewellery is amazing! I would love to go back to the 1980’s just for the fashion!!

  40. Rhoda Says:

    The Jane Austen era! Balls at the pump room in Bath, shopping on Milsom street, pretty dresses and women who were expected to sit and improve their craft skills all day! Bliss

  41. Louise Says:

    A beautiful cabochon ring it reminds me of a ring my great nan wore!

    I would love to experience living in Victorian times :)

  42. Ginger Says:

    Love the rings!! Victorian Era definitely…

  43. Claire Crompton Says:

    I love the colours of these beautiful rings. I would love to go back to the 1960’s.

  44. Martine Says:

    I’d love to go back to the 20’s… love the fashion back then! plus I’d get to meet my grandparents when they were young! thanks for the chance to win!

  45. Jo Says:

    Having just read The Time Traveler’s Wife I would like to go backwards and forwards in time like Henry did! Stunning jewellery

  46. Jeannie Says:

    It would have to be the 70’s. I think that I am a hippy at heart.

  47. Amy Says:

    The rings are beautiful!

    There are so many time periods that I would love to visit but I think I’m going to settle on the 1970’s.

    If I lived in the 70’s I’d get to see so many cool bands like Quuen, Led Zeppelin and David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust. I’d also wear the most massive flares I could find and glitter on my cheeks just like Marc Bolan!

  48. Carol Potts Says:

    I would want to live right now. People need help more than ever and hopefully I can make a difference.

  49. katy Says:

    Definitely the 90s I was around then but I’d have liked to be in my 20s in the 90s rather than the noughties… I would have had a perm, a coke can fringe, gone to raves wearing a lollypop lady hat and dressed like hillary off fresh prince of bel air! X

  50. Jayne Says:

    Yum yum loving these x

  51. Karen Williams Says:

    I’m very practical- I’d love to experience the medieval period but if you’re going to make me live there I’ll go for the 50s when there is penicillin and good health care!

  52. Shannon Says:

    I really love my life now. There are so many things that make life easier. If I could visit a time period, it would be the 70’s. I would like to experience it as an adult instead of a young child.

  53. Natalie Says:

    Having just watched the BBC Seies of the Tudors. I think they had a riot of a time, so I would go for the tudors period of english history. BUT Definately the wealth!

  54. Becky Says:

    It would have to be the 1950’s for me – the music, the fashions – love it!

  55. Jenny McGee Says:

    I think it would be fun to live in the Victorian Age. I loved the Victorian look. Thanks.

  56. Jenn Serrano Says:

    I would like to go forward to the future, 100 or 200 years or so, see how many changes have happened,especially in the medical field, do we find a cure for cancer? Thanks for the chance to win.

  57. Rachel H Says:

    What beautiful rings!
    As to where I’d live – I’d stay right here and now: healthcare, healthcare, healthcare!

  58. becslb Says:

    1920’s through to the early 1950’s would be my time-travel time… I just love the clothes!

  59. rach Says:

    It would be the 50s and 60s, love the music!

  60. Jimjams Says:

    Now that’s something stylish and beautiful – thanks for the chance to win one.
    As for time period … it would have to be the 1960s – I missed out on being a hippy and I fancy some peace man!

  61. linda321 Says:

    I’d like to have been an adult in the 1960s, a very cool period! failing that I’d like to have been in a farming family in the 1500s – I’ve seen the farmhouse I love at Weald and Downland Open Museum (!

  62. Dawn F. Says:

    The Victorian era as a proper lady then back to my own time, please! Beautiful giveaway, thanks for the chance.

  63. angela Says:

    I would like to have lived in the early 1800’s in Jane Austens England when elegence and gentility were normal and recreation was about creating and reading not tv and computers.

  64. cheryl Says:

    What a gorgous ring so classy and stylish and as for the era I love the Victorian period they had more style and class and everything was just gorgous x

  65. Smeepee Says:

    Those are gorgeous!! I’d like to live in the Victorian era for a day – purely for the fashion!

  66. Kathy R Says:

    Beautiful rings. I was a teen in the 60’s and I’d have to say I wouldn’t want to go back before then nor would I like being a teen today, so I guess I’m living when I should be.

  67. Gayle Says:

    I would love to go back back back to Egypt and to see the pyramids in all their glory :) I’m a sucker for all of the colours and the golds!

  68. Penny Says:

    what amazing jewellery. I think I would have loved to have lived in the Victorian age as the clothes were so so amazing! Mind you I also love 50s styles x

  69. flossyjamba Says:

    I’d love to go back to 1921 when my house was built and see what it was like in my neighborhood then. What they wore, early cars& who first lived in my house! Will be delighted if I win such lovely jewellery

  70. kate bucci Says:

    Oooh, pretty! I love early 20th century fashions, but really I’d love to see Elizabethan England and the court of Elizabeth 1st. Can I take my own makeup please though, nothing lead-based?!

  71. Abbeyviolet Says:

    I think maybe this one as most of the things that make my life so awesome could not have happened even a generation ago.

  72. Helen Murphy Says:

    I would to have been a Victorian lady so I could have spent my time elegantly dressed, sewing and crafting as they too loved to keep scrapbooks albeit different for those we have today!

  73. rkokes Says:

    I really like now, but if I had to choose another, I would choose the 50s-love the family values that were more prevalent back then.

  74. Betty Says:

    I have 2, Victorian and the 70s! Since I have to choose, I would pick 70s (love the modern conveniences :)

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