Thursday, June 27, 2013

Guess The Mystery Thing: Tiny Neon Drops

Want to play a round of Guess The Mystery Thing?  (It's my crafty giveaway guessing game, and anyone can play.)

Take a little peek at my latest upcycled earrings.








What are those tiny, neon-bright drops?  Ooh, they look so familiar, don't they?




First person to guess correctly will receive a fabulous prize!  (Namely, one of these colorful jewels.  OR a groovy goodie bag of random crafty supplies.) 
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), 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.  CHECK MY NEXT POST FOR THE REVEAL.  THANKS FOR PLAYING, EVERYBODY!

39 comments:

  1. these have so fresh summerly look!i like it all of them!!!

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  2. the bottoms of swizzle sticks?

    candicecharlson@msn.com

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  3. handles of little forks or plastic swords

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  4. The handle to sword tooth picks? I love these challenges! You never cease to amaze me!
    ~Kelsy
    http://looseendscraftblog.com

    kelsy@shipwreckbeads.com

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  5. The turquoise earrings in the second image look like little robot ballerinas. :)

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  6. handles of the party skewers for lil smokeys and olives.

    Or joints from tiny plastic marionettes. Shame. Now they can't become real wooden marionettes. Or real boys. Is there a step-by-step progression for marionettes?

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  7. Dang it, I'm always so late! Well, I was gonna say sandwich sword handles... but now that I've seen the other guesses... I'm sure you took out some anger on some very tiny leprechaun/pirates and took the whole crews peg legs!!! How rude!!!???
    lisa_worden@hotmail.com

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  8. Elf toothbrushes with the bristles removed.
    Hugs

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  9. They're the legs from the new neon version of Cootie.

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  10. uh...Late to the party! How'd you get the hole in them without breaking the wachamacallits. They are leprechaun stilts of course!

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  11. they look like plastic worms. I just cleaned out tackle box and there were some in there. otherwise I would have said something alien!! shoskins@stny.rr.com

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  12. My guess, like a couple of others, is fishing worms. But, I have to tell ya, I have a love/hate relationship with this game. i love playing, love your creativity, but hate waiting for the answer! (& that I'm always wrong!)

    cameronbarbara@ymail.com

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  13. The mystery is solved , its been in the news and I think I've just found Captain Crunch's missing stripes. schwabmom@gmail.com

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  14. Are they cribbage pegs?

    Melodiefairburn@hotmail.com

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  15. Peg leg prototypes for Barbie's new friend No Legs Calhoun

    (Rae sevencatday@gmail.com)

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  16. It looks like you cut little pieces off of a fishing jig with clusters of worm-like appendages. They look like the long,sticky,icky, slimy fishing worms but are shorter than that. Thought ya tricked me, didn't you?
    So, how'd I do? : )










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  17. It's a dust stopper for audio jack (plugy. Am I correct?

    emilytanmeisin@yahoo.com

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  18. Fishing lures?.

    chavellat@gmail.com

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  19. To me, they look like the connectors that join the pieces of children's games together. I'm not sure, though.

    pianolady5@gmail.com

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  20. Plastic jacks? I'm always late. I get your posts a day late in my email. Whatever they are they are lovely!

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  21. C'mon people! It's something that might be in Barbie's nightstand,requires "D" batteries, and is used when Ken is out of town!! I can't be the only person who thought that!! Fess up...

    redfro@yahoo.com

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  22. Them there look like fishing lures! The rubber worms my dad would taunt me with when we would go out to the reeds on the Payette River to fish for trout!

    Then again, my husband is away on a business trip, so they also look like something else. ;-)

    Lonecorndog@gmail.com.

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  23. I canNOT believe that, in a stroke of good luck, I, Sakura Yamamoto, am now able to pronounce the answer! Is it not obvious that they are convertible baby pacifiers/binoculars/beverage bottles, quite handy and able to become handy jelly candies for children, for the obscure race of E23-BLUBBER, otherwise known as Fat Little Obviously Stupid, and they are the size of midgets. However, they are quite smart, resourceful, and creative, as shown by this little convertible object you've used. It is obvious that the model(s) you are using are a branch of the Gogo! brand, launched in the E23-BLUBBER year of 1234567789043 (our 1967), and quite smart of you to pick a vintage one, so it is partially dried and 100% flexible- ideal for jewelry! My, I certainly would make a fine advertiser! This only serves as an early shout-out!

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  24. Worms in the fishing department

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    1. My email is maryjmang@verizon.net

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  25. I love this game, you never cease to amaze me! I think they are pieces of the wand that comes in bubbles container. Or maybe smurfette's microphone!

    Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

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  26. aww.. so cute.. I bet this time again your nephew's toy piece.. haha.. seriously, I dont have any idea whats this.. but its cute :)

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  27. They are half of a rubber worm. Since a worm's head and tail look alike to me, I don't know if it's the top half or bottom half. But definitely a rubber worm.

    kdb1124@excite.com

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  28. Cocktail sword handles!

    Vanessa Marin

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  29. Plastic zipper pulls.

    bunnyb1955@hotmail.com

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  30. Oops, forgot my email: ethereality_@hotmail.com

    Vanessa Marin

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  31. Oh yes, definitely those neon fishing wormies. And how cute are they as pendants. I bet you loved "tackling" that one eh?... Hee heeee!

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  32. Hi, you guys, Mich here - I am ending the game at this point. No more guesses, please. Thanks ten million for playing! Check my next post for the reveal...

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