Giveaway :: Hollywood Fodder

Tuesday, June 17, 2014


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Picking the right accessory to wear feels somewhat celebratory, don’t you think? There is a sense of joy that comes with adornment that is unrivaled. Sure, clothes are great and shoes are always a winner, but jewelry is perhaps the most intimate choice we make when getting ourselves ready for the day. It is the one aspect that is most in tune with our heart. Choosing jewelry is all about focusing on what feels right, what enhances. What better way to check in with ourselves and honor our innermost selves.

Janette Timm creates love with her bare hands. A comedy writer based in Los Angeles, Timm started making jewelry as an outlet and found a passion. Her line, Hollywood Fodder, is chock full of geometric, handcrafted pieces. The organic process of creating jewelry by hand contrasts with the meticulous nature of the shapes in a way that is magically simple. These are the pieces you reach for when you need to remind yourself that today is going to be full of sunshine, regardless of the weather. The Binary Code “Yes” Necklace is a particular favorite.  Let Hollywood Fodder make your day brighter than ever.

Hollywood Fodder is giving away one “Birds in Flight” necklace to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, June 19th.
Please visit Hollywood Fodder and tell us: What is your passion?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, June 24th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Tiffany says:

    My two biggest passions are: a slow rainy day, snuggled in a warm wooly sweater while sipping tea; and a calm day on a beach, inhaling the fresh ocean air and listening to the crashing waves.

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    Donna F. says:

    Living each day to its fullest!

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    Sandra says:

    My passion is caring for others

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    Amie A says:

    My passion is reading.  I love to share my books with friends so we can talk about them. 

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    Maiasatara says:

    This one is easy to name but not so easy in practice. Writing. I’ve been trying to get back to LA to finish my MFA in screenwriting for some time now. This giveaway almost makes me sad, recalling memories of how amazing it was when I was able to pursue my passion. Not one minute of a 14 hour day felt like work! At least I’ve discovered what my passion is – not everyone is so lucky. So for now I write for me and look forward to the day when I’m back where I feel at home – physically in LA and creatively writing to share with others! (Bright Side Project is better than therapy, lol.)

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    Kim Henrichs says:

    My passion is travel and seeing the world.  Wanderlust is in my veins.

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    Kat says:

    I’m passionate about my home.  It is always filled with people and things that I love.  What could be greater than that?  Being home makes me happy.

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    my biggest passion is animal welfare/rescue. 

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    Nikki says:

    Making things beautiful.  I never get enough of fixing things up and even making the simple, mundane things in life as beautiful as possible.  

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    Rinny says:

    I never listened during history class in school. I’d fall asleep. But now that I’m older, I’m so facsinated and intrigued by our history that has formed the way we live today. I can’t stop learning, reading, listening, asking questions; I very intently ask my grandparents questions about life in Japanese occupied Philippines when they were young with the intention of writing their experiences down. I never thought I’d be passionate about history. Never.

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    Trisha says:

    Living each day, not just existing through them.

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    Ginger G. says:

    Finding what my God-intended purpose in life is, and pursuing it! Currently, I’m passionate about giving my daughter the best possible start in life and trying to fill her days with love and fun 🙂 

  13. 13

    Wow, the steampunk pieces are great! My passion right now is my work; I’m a workaholic!

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    Samantha S says:

    Still working that out, but I think it seems to be food. Not just cooking, eating, and serving to friends, but food equality, access, sustainability, and even the diplomatic issues that go along with food!

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    Elizabeth says:

    I am passionate about being a creative force, not a critical one.  I’m in the middle of a PhD and it’s so easy in my world to be concerned about getting things right, about doing things perfectly, about looking good.  My passion is caring about things that matter – about making beauty instead of just judging things.

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    Jennifer says:

    Learning! I just finishedmy first year of law school and have two master’s degrees – I’ve spent most of my life in a classroom! I love the person I become every time I learn something that enables me to have a different point of view. 

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    Charlotte D. says:

    My passion is to keep the passion in my marriage alive.  Spending quality time with my husband  of almost twenty years is important to me.

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    cindy says:

    My passion is laughter. Whether it is making others laugh, or laughing myself…I can’t get enough of the stuff!

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    Sparrow says:

    Creating a beautiful childhood for my children.

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    Kim g says:

    My passion is volunteering and providing hospice care.I take care of those that have 6 months less to live and choose to die at home…I go and relieve the primary caretaker..most of the time its a  family member, spouse, or neighbor… I give them a break. I make sure that they are taking care of themselves in this process.. even if its to go and take a walk around the block. I am there for them as they need… 

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    Monica Borge says:

    My passion is experiencing new things. I love talking to new people and going new places. It’s when I feel most alive, happy, and of sound mind.

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    Regan says:

    My passion is learning. I’m an academic, but it’s more than that. I have a natural curiosity about things, knowing how and why they work, discovering things I never knew before.

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    Dottie says:

    I make things that didn’t exist before. I write and, when I can’t write, I sew or embroider to give my hands something to do so I can think. It doesn’t seem like I’m forcing the next line if I just move on to another task. It’s moving sideways.