Giveaway :: Uni

Wednesday, May 7, 2014


{Uni :: Kiersten Crowley Jewelry}

It is no secret to anyone out there that we here at the BSP are huge fans of accessories. There is something so intimate, so gratifying about choosing the jewelry you plan on wearing that day. In my opinion, nothing else has quite the same ability to serve as mood enhancer, memory maker, story teller than a good piece of jewelry. There is an inherent balance in the choosing of the right accessory for any occasion. You can dress yourself up if need be or tone down the impression you’re making. It is a tool that serves us well.

Kiersten Crowley is a self-proclaimed scavenger and sees the beauty in things that others might merely pass by. This open mindedness lends itself to unlimited inspiration and manifests itself in beautiful pieces that speak of nature, architecture, design, and reflection. Crowley has an eponymous line as well as a new collection, Uni. Uni is rooted in primitive forms and she transforms these forms into beautiful works of art. The Golden Arc necklace is a personal favorite but don’t be limited by my musings. Search Kiersten Crowley and Uni and find your own inspirational adornment.

Uni is giving away one pair of large Herkimer Studs to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Wednesday, May 14th. *Open to US residents only!*
Please visit Uni and (Kiersten Crowley Jewelry) and tell us: Look around you right now. What is the most beautiful thing you see?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, May 20th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Trisha says:

    I’m at work right now, and the most beautiful thing I see is my desktop picture. It’s a photo I took while hiking last summer of the sun hitting some berry producing undergrowth. 

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    the view from my home office window–trees, birds, and sunshine

  3. 3
    Nikki says:

    A black and white picture of my husband, smiling at me.

  4. 4
    Charlotte D. says:

    My flowers that my husband got me just because I am me!

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    jane says:

    my bedroom has a balcony and there’s this tiny little green plant (weed?) growing through the holes in the drainage cover. my balcony’s completely bare, so it’s just concrete, and while i don’t like weeds in general, you just can’t admire how this particular weed has been resilient enough to take root and grow in such a strange place. and the touch of green does add some colour to the balcony, but i’ll definitely need to remove it soon before it interferes with the drainage!

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    Samantha S says:

    I’m in my office on campus, and down in the courtyard there are a pair of ducks ambling by a corridor of roses in full bloom.  The grace and delicacy of the flowers is a great contrast with the contented waddling of the ducks.

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    Jennifer says:

    That’s a tough one right now, since I’m in my office. But I do have a picture of myself hung up that my 3 year old niece drew. She thinks I look a lot like a red scribble, but at least you can tell it’s a person!

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    Genevieve says:

    The yellow tulips leaning towards the sun trying to shine inside the living room. 

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    Susanna B. says:

    My back yard garden which I’ve turned from just a mat of English ivy to a beautiful garden filled with native plants- which have attracted so much wildlife. It’s amazing to watch!

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    Elizabeth says:

    At this exact moment, I am on my knees on the living room floor with my five year old on top of me, as if I were a horse who had dropped down for a rest. When I read this question, I asked her. “My bike! My face paint! EVERYTHING!!!!” was her response. So, frankly, my answer has to be: the long strands of my daughter’s blonde hair that are hanging down in front of my face, framing our porch where we planted flowers last week.

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    Rachel says:

    The most beautiful thing I see around me is my sister. She’s an amazing artist who can see the beauty and art in everything.  Her imagination and the paintings, sculptures, and prints she makes are inspiring.  I’m so incredibly proud of her.

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    Susan F says:

    I am at my desk and am looking at a picture of my 5 year old grandson. It was low tide at the beach at sunset and he walking in the sand close to the water – the colors of the water and the sred and orange colors of the sky and reflextion on the water make it an amazing photo ~ and he little profile against the colors of the water and sky makes me smile

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    jenn says:

    my daughter. that’s the picture that appeared in my mind that moment i read the question.

  14. 14
    Veronica says:

    Right now, I see my cat, who is absolutly gorgous

  15. 15
    Melissa says:

    My father peacefully snoring on my couch.  Although is hair is grayer and face a bit more wrinkled I still see him as the strapping young man who used to throw me up on his shoulders as a child.  

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    Jennifer says:

    My daughter playing on the floor beside me.  What’s more beautiful to a mama than her laughing child?  And on Mother’s Day nonetheless….

    Beautiful jewelry, thanks for the chance!

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    Sparrow says:

    The warm light from the lamp falling on me in the dark room. The wind is rushing outside, and my little boys are sleeping peacefully, and the light draws me in and keeps me warm.

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    Jacqueline says:

    The most beautiful thing I can see is a  series of photos of my grandparents (whom I’ve never met) in Ireland in the 1920s and 30s.    My parents have very few photos of their parents or childhood, so these are a true treasure.  It’s also nice to know that in my family sport of “who-takes-after-who”, I take after my great-grandmother!  I finally look like someone in my family! 

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    Calli says:

    In addition to the earrings, I really like the tilda necklace. these pieces are sunning!

  20. 20
    Kim g says:

    An aluminum foil ring that was made for me by my daughter when she was young….it sits on my nightstand in  beautiful ring box….its a one of a kind  treasure that is so so beautiful for so many reasons…

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    Joren Robles says:

    My magnolia tree that blooms every spring, and has blossomed for 3 generations of my family. We all climbed and sat under our family tree and our memories make it ever so beautiful.

  22. 22
    Amie A says:

    My lined hands.  They have created so much.  

  23. 23
    Meg T says:

    I’m looking at my 3 month old daughter, asleep in her swing, with a fan blowing nearby (it’s HOT here today in southern California with no a/c). Her flushed cheeks, sweaty baby mohawk swaying in the fan’s “breeze” and the sound of papers blowing nearby make it pretty much the perfect moment (despite the sweat dripping down my back : ) )