We love a creative name, so we were keen to find out more about Spotted Giraffe. After some investigation, we now know that Spotted Giraffe is a Tasmanian business owned by Sarah Humphreys. Sarah creates unique jewellery for women and children, and every piece is designed and hand-made in Launceston.

Spotted Giraffe - Unique Jewellery by Sarah Humphreys

Spotted Giraffe necklace (photo supplied)

Spotted Giraffe: Sarah Humphreys

About 25 stores throughout Tassie and the mainland sell Sarah’s jewellery, and there’s a full list of stockists on the Spotted Giraffe Facebook page. Rather than attending markets, Sarah also sells her jewellery directly from Facebook, and she’s keen to generate more interest in her page. That’s exactly the sort of challenge we love, helping Tasmanian business owners increase their profile. So we agreed to join her quest. And in return for the promotion from Think Tasmania, Sarah is offering our readers a chance to win one of her unique necklaces.

The prize in this giveaway is a Spotted Giraffe necklace made by Sarah from a mix of wood, glass, shell beads and resin with a fimo flower on a neutral silver thread. The necklace (pictured) is valued at $39.95 and is 58cm long. All of the Spotted Giraffe necklaces are unique and hand made, so this prize is an original, one-off. There are however similar designs, plus many others, available for sale in Sarah’s online shop (which can be accessed via her Facebook page).

As we’ve said before, the competition rules on Facebook are all too mind-boggling, so we’re going to keep this in-house. We’re also going to keep it REALLY simple. If you are subscribed to receive the free newsletter from Think Tasmania, you are eligible to enter. Apparently a random draw is still allowed in Tasmania without applying for a permit, so here’s what you need to do…

Step 1 – be a subscriber to the FREE newsletter from Think Tasmania*

Step 2 – leave a reply at the bottom of this article.

And that’s it! Of course if you’d like to follow Spotted Giraffe on Facebook and keep them in mind for future purchases, that would be a good idea too. Sarah is giving you the chance to win something, after all.

Spotted Giraffe Jewellery Giveaway ~ Common Sense Please!

  • Leave a comment on this post by 24th November 2012. We’ll choose a random winner using our website’s giveaway app.
  • The wood, glass, bead, flower and resin necklace(valued at $39.95) as shown in the picture is the one and only prize.
  • Fair and reasonable terms and conditions automatically apply. So one entry each (our app is able to detect multiple entries).
  • Please apply common sense to all aspects of this giveaway… we’d hate to disqualify someone for being silly.
  • We won’t use your email address for anything sinister, because we firmly believe in doing the right thing. Always. Don’t you?
  • We’ll contact the winner by email (to get their postal address) and we’ll announce the result on Facebook and Twitter.
  • If you have any questions or you’d like to place an order of your own, please contact Sarah at Spotted Giraffe directly.

What else do we need to stipulate? Nothing? Okay… then it’s over to you. Comment away! We wish you all the very best of luck. And if you’d be kind enough to share this Spotted Giraffe give-away opportunity with all your peeps, we’d be extremely happy. Sharing will no doubt lead to similar opportunities in the future, and that can only be a good thing for everyone.

*We ask that you subscribe to Think Tasmania for these giveaway opportunities for several reasons. Of course we’d prefer any prizes go to dedicated followers; and we need to make sure we can contact the winners. What makes it to the newsfeed of Facebook is a bit random, and not everyone even uses social media. Most people can receive an email however, so that’s our sure-fire way of reaching everyone. And finally, we like to share all the great things on offer in Tasmania with as many interested readers as possible – that’s our mission!

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