Giveaway Monday – Prunella Pendant by Mulberry Mudd

This month’s pendant features Prunella vulgaris. Handcrafted by Rebekah of Mulberry Mudd, this pendant is full charm! The front hosts a scene of Prunella growing under the summer sun while the back reminds assures us that “Everything is already healed.” Made from ceramic, it hangs from 1 strand of natural twine, fastening in the back with a button closure. It measures about 2″ x 1 3/4″.

Stop by to check out her other items in her store. She makes beautiful Herbal Faeries, birdhouses, mugs and more! She also does custom orders so if you have a special ally or idea, convo her with questions! There may be a few other one-of-a-kind pendants featuring past Herbal Roots herbs as well! Rebekah uses naturally found elements in nature combined with clay to create these amazing pieces. Check out her latest creation: ceramic drums! Their sound is hauntingly beautiful! This Udo is my favorite.

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If you’d like a chance to win this one of a kind pendant, leave a comment below. For more chances to win, you can leave a separate comment each time you advertise this giveway by:

-Kids, you get 1 extra point for being a kid! Leave a comment telling me how old you are and what you like best about Herbal Roots zine.

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Sign up by Sunday, September 9, 2012 and I’ll announce the winner on Monday, September 10, 2012. Good luck!


Congratulations to 9 year old Rainer! His name was selected to win the Basil pendant. Rainer, you’ll be receiving an email from us soon!

4 Responses to “Giveaway Monday – Prunella Pendant by Mulberry Mudd”

  1. 1

    fav item = udo, song of the moon. gorgeous!

  2. 2

    I love the pendant. the sun and the words on the back are so nice!

  3. 3

    Love the pendant with designs and wordings.Very unique.

  4. 4

    I loved the orignal painting- song of the Green Tongue!

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