Wire Orchid “Batik Technique” Giveaway – CLOSED

Posted on April 14, 2016 in Offers by Katie

Wired Orchid “Batik Technique” Giveaway

Enter for a Chance to Win – CLOSED

KatersAcres & Lorraine Vogel BATIK TECHNIQUE Giveaway - ENDS April 22nd, 2016

 

Enter to Win

Ends April 22nd, 2016 @ 11:59pm EST

CLOSED!

Polymer Clay Tutorial of the Month

Faux Batik Tutorial by Lorraine VogelOne of the things that we are doing NEW here on KatersAcres.com is that every month we will choose a new polymer clay “tutorial of the month.” You can see more about April’s tutorial of the month and our book of the month here.

In honor of this month’s tutorial, the “Batik Technique” Lorraine Vogel of Wired Orchid has donated 5 FREE tutorials and ONE awesome prize package to 6 lucky winners! Do as many of the tasks below as you can to increase your chances of winning. Hurry & don’t wait to enter. Do it now because this giveaway won’t last forever.

Wired Orchid Giveaway

KatersAcres & Lorraine Vogel BATIK TECHNIQUE Giveaway - ENDS April 22nd, 2016ONE lucky winner will receive:

  • A prize package including stamps, stencils, PDF copy, sponge wedges, and wooden designs from Lorraine

FIVE lucky winners will receive:

  • A Copy of Lorraine’s “Batik Technique” Tutorial

Entry Requirements:

  • Contest begins April 14th, 2016 at 6:00am EST
  • Contest ends April 22nd, 2016 at 11:59pm EST
  • Open Worldwide
  • Winners will receive tutorial from Lorraine after winning.
  • The more times you enter, the better your chances of winning.
    • The more items you complete below for the contest, the better your chances of winner.
  • Don’t forget to spread the good news across your social media too!
  • No purchase is necessary or required to win.
  • Please note: ALL entries are verified. If you have marked a task as “complete” and are chosen to win, your entry will be verified. If entry can not be verified, your entry is automatically disqualified.
  • Good luck!

PRIZES:

  • ONE prize package including stamps, stencils, PDF copy, sponge wedges, and wooden designs from Lorraine
  • FIVE winners will receive ONE copy of Lorraine’s “Batik Technique” Tutorial

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DISCLAIMER: Participating in this giveaway will enroll you for our free email for polymer clay as well as the Wired Orchid’s polymer clay email. You can unsubscribe at any time.

 

 
38 Comments for this entry
Ernie Hendrix
April 23, 2016
11:59

I was the lucky winner of a copy of Lorraine’s Batik tutorial. It’s fabulous and I highly recommend it. Thanks for having this contest.

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Bonnie French
April 21, 2016
08:54

So many different jewelry pieces, probably a pendant first 🙂

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Carolina Saqueton
April 21, 2016
00:54

I would make jewelry.

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Elfie Shotts
April 20, 2016
19:39

I would make a hair barrette.

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Lisa Carter
April 19, 2016
19:43

I would like to make a pretty journal for starters.

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Cheryl Hoolihan
April 19, 2016
09:16

This is so exciting! I can’t believe all the things on my little android in the polymer clay world I’ve been missing! ! So glad I found this. Very cool! Thanks Ms. Vogel.

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Robyn Helsel
April 18, 2016
22:34

I would love to use this with my eighth grade artists!

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Hanna
April 18, 2016
06:46

I would like to make bracelets and earrings and maye a matching jewelry box as well with the technique!

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Ana Belén
April 17, 2016
07:29

Sorry, I forgot! I would surely make a pendant ….

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Ana Belén
April 17, 2016
07:26

Great giveaway! Thanks!

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Jo-anne
April 16, 2016
10:21

Another Technique to try, by what I have seen it looks like it will be fun 🙂

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Petrina
April 15, 2016
22:52

I would love to learn the batik technique on polymer clay. It sounds incredibly fun!

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dottie
April 15, 2016
20:17

Always fun

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Dixie Ann Scott
April 15, 2016
19:07

Today is my 72nd birthday and it would be a wonderful birthday gift. I have always wanted to learn this technique. Thank you so much for your generosity.

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Miranda
April 15, 2016
18:41

Cool giveaway!

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Nicole Humphrey
April 15, 2016
18:36

Ooh – I could make do many things: necklaces, bracelets, covered tins, and maybe even a bowl!

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Nancy Peterson
April 15, 2016
18:31

Cool! How exciting! thanks

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smitha
April 15, 2016
15:37

I love her earring designs.i would like to make some necklaces and handcuffs. Would like to know how she makes her beautiful sets…

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Carla
April 15, 2016
14:14

Would love to win….would love the tutorial. .

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Caroline Fisher
April 15, 2016
13:32

I think these could be good for earrings and pendants.

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Gail Landreneau
April 15, 2016
13:16

I want to make a pendant. I really love her work!

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Deb
April 15, 2016
13:05

Would love to win. I would make some earrings.

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Csillac
April 15, 2016
13:01

Batik technique, dying to know how to make it! 😀

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Christiane Mondat
April 15, 2016
12:43

C’est vraiment fantastique, j’aime beaucoup.

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Donna Lee Little
April 15, 2016
12:06

I would love to make a pendent and matching earrings!!

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Cecilia
April 15, 2016
11:28

I love batik with polymer clay , i would love to make some necklace and pendants

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Rebecca
April 15, 2016
11:06

This tutorial looks so intriguing! Thanks for the opportunity to win it!

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Cris Wright
April 15, 2016
10:57

I’m not sure what I would make until I learn how to do the batik method! : – ))

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Dawn
April 15, 2016
10:48

I would love to try this technique! I would make inchies.

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Céline perret
April 15, 2016
10:46

tutorail batik is beautiful . i participed from france, hi ha!!!!

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Floraphine
April 15, 2016
10:02

this is amazing! I would love to make a very pretty set of jewellery with this

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Kay Martin
April 15, 2016
09:53

Would love to learn this technique! What an awesome gift!

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Sydney P
April 15, 2016
09:23

Oh I’d love to learn this technique! I’d definitely want to make earrings!

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Pam
April 15, 2016
08:20

What a great prize!

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Sherry
April 15, 2016
08:03

Would love to know how she makes her beautiful jewelry!

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Serra
April 15, 2016
02:35

It would be my first art and I would show off with it to the whole world!

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Deana Montgomery
April 15, 2016
01:59

Win or no, I’m going to have to get Ms. Vogel’s tutorial. I would love to make a cover for my sketchbook using Batik.

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Robin Pearce
April 14, 2016
22:38

How Exciting ! The things I could make !

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