Corey @ Learning Patience: oohhh love the 1st one - pretty! I hate cupcakes. honestly. xoxo from Texas
Corey, please send me an email at textingmypancreas (at) gmail (dot) com telling me which necklace you'd like (though I'm guessing I already know...), and where you want it shipped to! :)
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Made possible by: CARIA Jewelry / etsy.com/shop/CCARIA
Why you want this: I've enjoyed wearing the necklaces I bought from Cari last year (one of them is a different version of the WDD one shown here), and I think you'll love yours, too. You might remember me mentioning her WDD before, as she donated one towards the You Can Do This Project booth at the Friends For Life conference this past summer as a giveaway! Cari also donates the proceeds of her diabetes awareness jewelry to JDRF. She's a very giving lady. :)
Info on the WDD pendant: "Handmade sterling silver necklace with a blue mother of pearl circle wire wrapped in the center, symbolizing World Diabetes Day".
Info on the cupcake pendants: "Handmade light blue and white lampwork cupcake with a light blue swarovski crystal on top. This cupcake is dangling from a sterling silver chain. Why a cupcake for Diabetes awareness? Because it's the perfect size and treat for a diabetic."
To enter today's contest: Leave a comment below with the word "cupcake" somewhere in there! Your comment must be timestamped before 7:00pm CST tonight, and I'll update this post shortly after that with the name of today's winner. This contest is open to everyone; not just U.S residents! (But if you win and this needs to be shipped internationally, we can't guarantee it will arrive before the 25th.) Remember that Give All The Things! prizes are intended for people with diabetes and their caregivers.
For more information on what "Give All The Things" is about, visit the original post.
This would be amazing for my mom, who always makes me cupcakes... Although she made me fudge most recently.ReplyDelete
I loved the WDD necklace I got my mother for Christmas from Cari so much that I kept it for myself! I'd love to win a new one so I can give one to mom. I would even like to wear the Cupcake one :)ReplyDelete
I would love to win this in honor of my amazing 6 year old daughter who had the most difficult day yesterday. I love the cupcake necklace but would really love the WDD necklace!ReplyDelete
My daughter LOVE cupcakes! We all know that T1 kids and adults CAN eat cupcakes! I would love to give this to her to wear, she loves blue, so a blue cupcake would be perfect!ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the contests!
I heart cupcakes! Maybe a little too much.....ReplyDelete
I love the diversity in the #GiveAllTheThings prizes! Its really exciting and encouraging to see other designers setting up their business to donate to JDRF. Let's hope the trend continues! xoReplyDelete
I love all of Cari's products; they are all amazing. Cupcakes are amazing... Tristan my 8 year T1 can eat Cupcakes... he likes all kinds of cupcakes, vanilla cupcakes, chocolate cupcakes, marble cupcakes.... of course... the cupcakes should have icing on it! :)ReplyDelete
My 7yr old daughter with type1 diabetes would love wearing the CUPCAKE necklace!! She will often ask if we canReplyDelete
stop for a CUPCAKE from Gigi's Cupcakes as we pass by. I'm happy that I don't always have to say no. Thank you, Dr. Banting!:)
My T1d daughter would love the cupcake necklace. It would look buetiful on her for blue fridays.ReplyDelete
These are such cute necklaces! I would love to have one to wear when I celebrate my 13th diaversary next year and eat my neighbor's ah-mazing cupcakes! She made me a blue cupcake for WDD this year!ReplyDelete
This is the coolest way to incorporate cupcakes into a diabetics life! Love these!ReplyDelete
We celebrated 20 years of T1D with chocolate, peanutbutter filled CUPCAKES. And the appropriate bolus of course (about 40 carbs worth). These are cool items.ReplyDelete
I love cupcakes! :)ReplyDelete
My T1d daughter would go crazy for the cupcake necklace.ReplyDelete
After diagnosis, I learned to bake low-carb and gluten-free desserts. I have made chocolate cupcakes with coconut flour that are only about 2g of carbs a piece! That's it! Cupcakes...what a funny symbol of the diabetes movement. Love it!ReplyDelete
Melanie could you send me your recipe?? Thanks! email@example.comDelete
I'd also like the recipe, if you're willing to share! (boulderbird at gmail)Delete
I'd love the recipe too if you're sharing!! firstname.lastname@example.orgDelete
"Cupcake" is one of my main food groups -- diabetes be damned!ReplyDelete
If I were to win, it would be hard to choose. The three cupcake necklaces are so sweet but I love the blue circle awareness, too.ReplyDelete
I can name that cupcake with 10 units or less.ReplyDelete
Cupcakes are nice and all, but it's ice cream that I find truly irresistible!ReplyDelete
Though the cupcake necklaces are cute I would like the WDD one.ReplyDelete
I had a cupcake at a friend's birthday party on Saturday night. It was awesome.ReplyDelete
I love advocating for my sweet little cupcake! And these are a perfect way to be able to do just that :)ReplyDelete
My best friend just got diagnosed with diabetes - I would love to give her this to remind her that she still can have treats! Also because we both love cupcakes :).ReplyDelete
I love the blue circle necklace but my little cupcake would love to wear a cupcake necklace. Cupcakes are a special treat and put a huge smile on her face!ReplyDelete
The cupcakes are adorable; would love to win one!ReplyDelete
The cupcakes are adorable; would love to win one!ReplyDelete
I love cupcakes and miss them so much!!! I would love this necklace.ReplyDelete
A cupcake is the perfect sweet treat!ReplyDelete
I love cupcakes! (and these necklaces! )ReplyDelete
with this givaway, we can have our cupcakes and wear them too :) cheesy, I know.ReplyDelete
I know maybe people like to think of the unicorn as the diabetes mascot, but for me it's a cupcake, all the way. Perfectly bolusing for a cupcake is a great feeling and is a skill that I strive to improve as often as possible...ReplyDelete
I already have the purple flower "cupcake" pendent ( I HEART IT) so I'm not entering the contest.ReplyDelete
But I am here to say that Cari does beautiful work and whether the winner chooses a cupcake or the pretty blue circle pendent - THE WILL LOVE IT!
I have found the keys to be
Cupcakes and bacon
A glittery unicorn
Scarfing a cupcake
...yep, just answered in Haiku.
Cute cupcakes!! I want one!ReplyDelete
My T1 cupcake would love a the cupcake necklace.ReplyDelete
I love the blue circle.
Thanks for a great give away!
I love cupcakes and jewelry! Fantastic giveaway choice!ReplyDelete
I love the cupcake necklace - so cute and low carb too!ReplyDelete
And oh my god, there is a unicorn necklace in the etsy shop, along with cute cupcakes!! I may have to just get the unicorn anyway! ;)ReplyDelete
What flavor is that cupcake? Well, Cupcake, the flavor is a blue raspberry with a cream cheese frosting! YUMMY! What a cool Cupcake that is!ReplyDelete
I so LOVE cupcakes! Especially vegan chocolate ones. Thanks for doing such a great giveaway.ReplyDelete
I recently ordered the WDD circle pendant and earrings and I love them so much! I would love to win one of the cupcakes! I can't see a cupcake and not think about the DOC.ReplyDelete
Cari is so prompt with feedback and orders, I was impressed by how quickly my jewelry came.
I love the cupcake necklace!ReplyDelete
Circle or cupcake? Tough choice. :)ReplyDelete
Cupcake. Cupcake. Cupcake!! (But I would chose the circle:) Love them!ReplyDelete
Mmmmmmm... cupcake. [/Homer Simpson]ReplyDelete
Seriously though, I kind of like the blue circle, but I'd be happy with a cupcake... or anything that resembles something sweet that I don't have to pump insulin for.
oohhh love the 1st one - pretty! I hate cupcakes. honestly.ReplyDelete
xoxo from Texas
Before I was diagnosed, cupcakes were one of my favorites! They might still be too... :)ReplyDelete
That cupcake necklace must be GF! Perfect for my super sweet GF T1 daughter :-)ReplyDelete
Adorable! Whether or not I win this cupcake necklace for my little cupcake, I am ordering one for her 1 year Diaversary coming up in January! YES! We have almost survived our first year!!!ReplyDelete
The next best thing to eating a cupcake is wearing one! :)ReplyDelete
All of these are great. Kudos to Cari who created them! I would love to have a cupcake or WDD necklace to wear.ReplyDelete
I've been too sick for cupcakes, so one of those would be awfully nice.ReplyDelete
Love the cupcake necklace! Very cute :)ReplyDelete
The cupcakes are so very fitting as we've recognised World Diabetes Day each year by handmaking and icing (then carb counting and bolusing!) some baked ones for the last few years. Yum!ReplyDelete
LOVE Cari's stuff!! I actually just placed an order for Christmas gifts!ReplyDelete
Cupcakes are always appropriate...whether eating them, wearing them, or decorating your tree with them! :)
i WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL NECKLACE FOR MY GRAND DAUGHTER, WHO WAS DIAGNOSED WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES. SHE LOVES TO BAKE AND ESPECIALLY CUPCAKES! SHE IS NOW 11 YEARS OLD AND WOULD LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
I already have a cupcake necklace that I love. So, having a WDD necklace would be fun!ReplyDelete
Sweet cupcake necklace!ReplyDelete
A tasty cupcake is always bolus worthy.ReplyDelete
April loves cupcakes. :-)ReplyDelete
Cupcakes make me happy :-PReplyDelete
I can't decide which is sweeter. The necklaces or cupcakes to eat!ReplyDelete
My wife can wear these while making cupcakes that I cannot haveReplyDelete
I would love a cupcake!!!ReplyDelete
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