Tuesday, June 4, 2013

exciting opportunity for jewelry designers!

Love My Art Jewelry has been contacted by the catalogue & website uncommon goods to share this press release with our followers:


UncommonGoods Hosts their Third Annual Jewelry Design Challenge
June 3, 2013 (Brooklyn, NY) - UncommonGoods, an online retailer that specializes in handmade, eco- friendly and uniquely designed gifts and accessories, has just launched their Jewelry Design Challenge, a call for unique, handmade jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. The winner will receive $500 and an UncommonGoods vendor contract. Guest judges will provide all runners up with a consultation and critique of their work, as well as tips for marketing and growing your business. Additionally, the UncommonGoods buying team will be happy to review full portfolios in consideration for future work.

After the call for entries, the semifinalist designs chosen by the UncommonGoods buyers will appear on UncommonGoods.com where the online community will vote on their favorite pieces to move on to the final round of judging. The top five voted designs will be judged by UncommonGoods Assistant Jewelry & Accessories Buyer Sharon Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Etsy Wholesale Vanessa Bertozzi,and Jewelry Maker Etta Kostick.  A winner will be chosen in early-July.

Until June 30, 2013 at 11:59 EST, designers and artists are welcome to share their products at http://www.uncommongoods.com/designs/jewelry.
For more information, contact Gaby Dolceamore at UncommonGoods, 

**Accepting work from U.S. residents only

About UncommonGoods
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in New York City, UncommonGoods is a catalog and online retailer of creatively designed, high-quality products. UncommonGoods works with a growing network of artists and makers to bring unique and special products to customers across the United States.
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we know how exciting this is (it is for us too!)
here are a couple of suggestions:
please read the rules carefully.
notice the materials they do not wish to see included in the jewelry they sell.
take a look at what they are currently selling as a point of reference, to get a feel for what they like to offer their customers. this does mean to change what you make or how you express yourself - it's just good to see how things all fit together!

from all of us here at love my art jewelry, we wish you good luck!

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