Scribbelicious’ Giveaway



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If you follow me on Twitter, you may well be aware of my love for Scribbelicious‘ jewellery (I daren’t say how many pieces I own!) which is why I’ve teamed up with them for a very exciting giveaway.


In 2012, Scribbelicious’ founder and designer, Nicola Andrew, came across a waterlogged copy of Shakespeare’s Complete Works. Unable to throw the book away, she decided to turn it into a pendant and Scribbelicious was born.


The company’s expanded rapidly and now creates ranges for the Globe Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Brontë Parsonage, amongst others. Their page fragments and quotations can be made into pendants, bangles, charm bracelets, brooches, keyrings, earrings, rings, cufflinks and tie pins. They’re happy to create custom designs for special occasions too, or simply because you’d like something they haven’t made yet.


Scribbelicious do have a website although it’s being rebuilt at the moment so not all the designs are on there. The best place to contact them is on Facebook. If you don’t have a Facebook account, you’ll find them on Twitter @Scribbelicious.

To celebrate the creation of a new range, ‘Geek Chic’ – quotations from inspirational women – we’re giving away four pendants from the eight designs shown in the photographs below. There will also be four runners-up prizes: two £5 Scribbly vouchers and two free postage vouchers.

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To enter the draw, all you need to do is leave a comment stating which design you would choose if you were a winner. For clarity, the choices are:

Margaret Atwood Power
Virginia Woolf Freedom
Virginia Woolf Anonymous
Sylvia Plath I Am
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Nouns
Sylvia Plath Good Sentences
Charlotte Perkins Gilman Pedestal
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich History

The draw will close at 5pm UK time on Wednesday 1st October 2014. Winners will be chosen at random and notified as soon as possible after the competition closes. International entries are welcome. Comments have to be approved if you haven’t posted on the site before so please be patient if your comment doesn’t appear straight away. Good luck!

Edit: Giveaway Winners

I’ve allocated everyone a number in order from 1-41, so Diana McDougall is #1, leymccann is #20, poppypeacockpens is #41.

And the winners of the four pendants are:

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Congratulations to jacpye, Cathy746books, Helen and Antonia Honeywell, emails will be on their way to you shortly.

The £5 Scribbly vouchers go to:

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Congratulations outonthefringes and LEMayfiction, check your email shortly for how to claim your voucher.

And free P&P on an order goes to:

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Well done Claire Bayliss and Lorraine Polley, check your email shortly for how to redeem your prize.

Thanks to everyone for entering and to Scribbelicious for such lovely prizes.

43 thoughts on “Scribbelicious’ Giveaway

  1. How did I not know these gorgeous things exist? Every bookish woman I know will be getting these for birthdays and Xmas. Too hard to pick, but the two Woolf ones and “good sentences” are beautiful. However, I think I’d go for Laurel Thatcher Ulrich’s History because it reminds me of a quote I love that someone once told me and I’ve never been able to find the source of:

    “A woman with a clean house never wrote a good book”.


  2. If I win I would love the ‘Laurel Thatcher Ulrich History’ one-it’s sooo true and sounds just like something Marilyn Monroe would say!!


  3. i also own one of the pendants and have bought scribbelicious jewellery for my family. it is always wonderfully received. i would choose Laurel Thatcher Ulrich History


  4. I love Scribbelicious! I had Nicola make me some jewellery with quotes from my own novel to give away as gifts.
    I’d love the nouns pendant.


  5. I’ve bought the jewellry for a friend’s Christmas but would love a pendant for myself. They’re all striking designs but if I had to pick one, I’d go for the Elizabeth Cady Stanton one as it appeals to my feminist values.


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