What are those big, curvy, emerald green focal pieces?
I can't be sure, but I think this one might be a toughie. Hint: they are not from any type of hardware or home improvement store.
First person to guess correctly will receive a fabulous prize! (Namely, your choice of one of these purty necklaces.)
How it works: leave your guess in the comments. There'll be two winners: first correct guess and a random winner. That's right, I said random winner - so even if you don't know (or think someone else already got it), enter anyway, you could still win. If your guess is funny, it might make my Most Creative Honor Roll.
This giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere. C'mon, join in!
THE ONE AND ONLY RULE
1. UNLESS YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IS ONE CLICK AWAY IN AN ONLINE PROFILE, PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WITH YOUR GUESS.
Ready? Set! Guess the Mystery Thing!
UPDATE: THIS CHALLENGE IS NOW CLOSED - THANKS FOR PLAYING, EVERYBODY!
The bottom of Ken's scuba flippers.ReplyDelete
The flip top lid from a shaker of Parmesan cheese??? Whatever they are, the necklaces are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Mini spatula heads??ReplyDelete
Part of a shoe horn? bmbivona at cox.netReplyDelete
Can't tell what size these are....but maybe guitar pics? Oh, well, it was justReplyDelete
a guess anyway! Love the pendants, beautiful.
Happy New Year!
Part of a travel mug, a spoon for a "pinch of.." , or a leprechaun's skateboard. Emerald green is Pantone's 2013 color of the year. Necklaces are quite chic.ReplyDelete
How could I miss it? After watching the Rose Parade I realized that it's Pokey' Pooper Scooper!Delete
Thought my email was in here..ReplyDelete
I guess a green shoe horn.
can we guess more than once?ReplyDelete
Another guess is the thing they use in the eye doctor's office to cover one eye while you read the chart.
Oh well, just a guess.
A can lid or a hair removal cream spatulaReplyDelete
Looks like a gnome's sliding board to me!! He, he! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Half a bag clip. And by the way, your dollar shop has far fancier bag clips than mine. denapage at gmail.comReplyDelete
If I'm wrong, then it's Darth Vader's helmet that he made especially in honor of St. Patrick's Day. (Shea's input.) Little known fact: that heavy breathing he's known for is because he's drunk all the time. (My factoid.)
My daughter says it's a shoe horn.
It is a heel insert for shoes. But in reality we know its a fairy waterbed from their newest line in waterbeds.ReplyDelete
1) The spatula thingy used to mix hair dye.ReplyDelete
2) Frogger's feet, when he finally got across that street you clipped his feet! How dare you! ;)
This is fun! It looks like the backside of an adhesive wall hook to me! Beautiful creation, by the way! :DReplyDelete
I think it's a shoehorn, though it could be a tongue depressor for a tiny horse or an icescraper for the greengoblin's toy cars.(my e-mail is email@example.com)ReplyDelete
shoehorn or heel insert...ReplyDelete
Ahhh....she just guessed it - an icescraper! That was gonna be my guess. Could be the bottom of snow shoes too...both for little people. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Can I quote They Might Be Giants? "She wants a shoehorn,the kind with teeth . . ."ReplyDelete
Either that or playset spatulas. Or a tiny elf sled. ^_^
How did I miss this one? Someone discovered a long lost box of 3D PacMan prototypes in a warehouse.ReplyDelete
Hi Mich,so beautiful & It does looks like a spatula for spreading any paste..as I have used once for spreading thick paints while screen printing & for hair removal cream also..haha..really..ReplyDelete
They are pretty - I win!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry, but it is true.ReplyDelete
The shape looks like a shoe horn. I could use one of those.
This is the first time since I started following your blog that I have even tried to guess. Did you cut and shrink a green plastic soda bottle?ReplyDelete
Love your ideas.
Hello, mystery fans! Mich here - just popping in to say, NOBODY has even come close to guessing this yet. So feel free to try again...gonna keep this up for a couple more days, just in case we have a genius lurking in the wings.ReplyDelete
Hey, if you follow me on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/michlosangeles ) I might give out a helpful hint or two over there.
Another guess if I may..I'm "popping over for a whack" to guess the focal piece "most often used by guys"...the pieces are from an all direction putting practice hole. Very clever Mich.ReplyDelete
Hi, guys - no more guesses, please - I am ending the challenge here. Check the next post for the reveal...ReplyDelete