Little Koo jewellery giveaway!

I’ve decided it’s time for a giveaway! Up for grabs is this charm bracelet with your choice of coloured bead:

Little Koo sterling silver heart charm bracelet

It’s very simple, all you need to do is leave a comment below telling me which are your favourite Little Koo jewellery designs (you can pick up to 3 separate items). Please visit my Etsy shop to see the jewellery you can pick from.

You have one week to leave your comment to be entered into the draw. The giveaway closes at midnight on Friday 9th May. Only one entry per person (extra comments will be disregarded). This giveaway is international.

Take a look at the Little Koo Etsy shop to choose your favourites!

Good luck!

Thanks for reading!


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10 thoughts on “Little Koo jewellery giveaway!

  1. The Turquoise chrysocolla and pearl 1920s style bracelet is gorgeous! I love it. I also love the Tiger eye and blue Swarovski crystal necklace and the Handmade blue tigers eye and red Swarovski crystal bracelet Thank you for a wonderful giveaway xoxo

  2. Onyx and pearl earrings and bracelet. Handmade teal chrysocolla and silver earrings.Turquoise chrysocolla and pearl 1920s style earrings.

    btw it says closes Fri 9th April in post but assuming that means May :) Love the jewellery, now getting tempted…

  3. The ‘mint green and white Swarovski crystal silver earrings’ are my absolute favourite. Although it is difficult to choose any second favourites as all the designs are beautiful, I really like the ‘Turquoise chrysocolla and pearl 1920’s style bracelet’ and the ‘Double wrap beaded bracelets- Pinks and reds’ (Very difficult to choose between the two colour choices).
    Your colour sense is truly good. Thanks a lot for the wondeful giveaway!

  4. Pingback: Giveaway reminder! | the Little Koo blog

    • Hi Linda, I think the internet might just be your best bet if you want to learn how to make accessories! Google ‘jewellery tutorial’ or look on Pinterest and you’ll find loads of free resources to get you started. I actually started by using a book, there are loads of books out there which will teach you the basics too. Finally, if you want specialist techniques, there are paid online courses which are great. I did the class ‘Wire-wrapped crystals, clusters and stones’ on Craftsy, which I really enjoyed and learned lots from. I hope that’s useful for you!

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