Custom Handmade Bracelet Giveaway! (Ends April 19th)

Remember when I first introduced my FABULOUS custom-made bracelets gifted by JuneBug Designs?

maxi2Well, here’s a chance to score your own! One lucky winner will win a CUSTOM handmade bracelet (stone colors of choice made perfectly to fit your unique wrist size). How cool is that?!

GIVEAWAYYou can totally create a bracelet in either your favorite colors or make it super special with your birthstone colors.


1. Be a follower of LZM and like LZM on Facebook.

2. Be a follower of JuneBug and like JB on Facebook

3. Leave a comment sharing which colors you would like your bracelet to be! For mine, I requested mint and gold. 

ENTRY DEADLINE- FRIDAY APRIL, 19TH MIDNIGHT EASTERN TIME. THE WINNER (chosen at random) WILL BE ANNOUNCED HERE ON MY BLOG SATURDAY APRIL, 20TH. You will have 48hrs to claim your prize, if not, you forfeit the prize. Please check back to see if you’ve won.

** Open to US & INTERNATIONAL readers 18yrs and older. GOOD LUCK!!

THANKS JuneBug Designs for sponsoring this Giveaway! To visit JBD shop, click here.



28 thoughts on “Custom Handmade Bracelet Giveaway! (Ends April 19th)

  1. Hi, I am following LZM and started joining and liking Junebug, I just love these bracelets they look so sophisticated and fun at the same time, I would love mine mint and gold as yours they look so pretty and I can think of a million outfits I could accessorize using these, from casual to more formal Thank you for this giveaway 🙂


  2. Reblogged this on Junebug Jewelry Designs and commented:
    Win a custom Bling Ball Bracelet from Junebug Jewelry Designs!
    Okay, I’m sooooo late on this! Forgive me, please. 🙂 I was in Philadelphia taking classes at Bead Fest. But, yes! I’m so ready to do a custom Bling Ball Bracelet design for you. Thanks to Kellie of Le Zoe Musings for partnering with me for this giveaway. Enter today!


  3. Wow, this is amazing and thanks for organizing these great give-aways.
    My favourite colour would be deep see blue and red.
    Thanks so much for this opportunity!


  4. Thank you so much for another giveaway. Both of you guys are awesome! 🙂

    I would love it if I had a dark sapphire blue and silver/gunmetal bracelet. I’m graduating soon (with a BS and honors!) and those are closest to my school colors.


  5. What gorgeous pieces. I’ve liked and followed each link already, as well as Pressed this post. This is a great giveaway – I hope I’m lucky this time. My favorite colors are cool blues and greens.


  6. I follow and like both you guys! I would love blue and silver. These bracelets are so pretty!


  7. Hi kellie, I love Junebug on fb and on their page as well as both of your pages. Your bracelet is so pretty and honestly I wouldn’t change it too much. I’d love it in mint and silver. Thanks!


  8. First, I wanted to thank you for introducing me to this amazing artist. Her work is striking & as I commented on her blog, many of her pieces have this goddess quality. Her jewellery is like a kind of lens that offers a glimpse to the inner goddess of women. That let’s that inner goddess shine outwards. Her work with red coral & agates is phenomenal. I have olive skin, so there are certain colors I have to stay away from. Colors that work on me are deep dark reds, browns, black, purples. I would prefer to keep the palette a bit more loosely defined, and place trust in her artistry… xx


  9. I wasn’t sure if you meant comment here or facebook so I did both. (oopsie)
    Silver and Blue for me. My favourite colours and also my Christmas theme.


  10. Hey! I would LOVE! Fushia and Gold – anything bright and fantastic is my MO. Thanks for the amazing giveaway! (PS – Liked and Followed as requested (where I wasn’t following already!))


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