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From War to Peace Contest

From War to Peace

From War to Peace

 

 

 

From War to Peace is an amazing company and because I love them so much I wanted to share them with you. This Peace Bronze Necklace is beautiful and even better it is made from disarmed bombs.
Please be advised that international shipping costs are subject to change depending on country.
The previous winner did not claim her prize so this awesome necklace is up for grabs.
All you have to do is share this contest on your page and like us on Facebook.
The winner has 48 hours to e-mail me on Facebook or at accounts@thegreenbeagle.com. If the contestant fails to contact me with in 48 hours the necklace will be up for grabs once again!

Earth Diva Contest #1

Earth Divas Hemp Tote

Earth Divas Hemp Tote

Here is The Green Beagles latest contest!! You can win this loverly hemp tote bag from Earth Divas. I have written about Earth Diva products before so I decided to give you greenies a chance to see how awesome Earth Divas really are. The Earth Diva contest ends on September 25th at 11:59pm. The winner has 48 hours to contact me at accounts@thegreenbeagle.com with their name & address. Shipping costs are subject to country. All you have to do is click here to enter the contest!! Good Luck to everyone! You can click on the banner below to learn more about Earth Divas too!

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Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace

Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace

Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace

 

 

I have written about From War to Peace before and will continue to write about them until everyone has at least one item of theirs in their possession! Besides their exceptional customer service and their unique designs, I have the utmost respect for what they do.
I have a few of their pieces already and everytime I wear them I get compliments which prompts me to tell them the From War to Peace story in hopes of inspiring them to support such a eco-fabulous business. If don’t know their story here it is (excerpt from From War to Peace’s website):
Founders Paul and Sandee Ogren shared a dream of a world without war. They dreamt of a world where bombs are turned into beauty, hate into love, and war into peace. From War to Peace is their attempt to help make that dream a reality.
We recycle copper from disarmed nuclear missile systems to create Peace Bronze, the most precious metal in our world. We use it to make glorious art and jewelry for those who share our commitment to a world without war.
From War to Peace is a green company. We recycle everything, making the old newly useful. Our silver- and gold-plated pieces are created entirely from recycled metals. Our printed paper is all recycled. All plastics we use are biodegradable. Our Peace Bronze itself is recycled from missile system cabling. Even the server hosting our website uses solar technology to power its computers.
From War to Peace is a uniquely American company. The copper we use was originally mined in Montana, then used in the Midwest as wiring in nuclear missile systems before being disarmed. After recovering the copper, the Peace Bronze is made for us at a California foundry. We use casting foundries in New Mexico & CA for our casting. Local artisans turn it into jewelry and art objects here in the U.S.A.
From War To Peace dedicates 20 percent of all FWTP profit to deserving peace and social justice organizations in the U.S.A. and around the world.

Since I have such a crush on From War to Peace and I want you to have one too I have I am holding a contest to give away The Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace so you can be just as in love as I am! Click here to enter my From War to Peace Contest!

Product Info:
The spiral is perhaps the most ancient of all artistic symbols, originating before the Bronze Age. In Incan, Celtic, Aboriginal and other historic cultures the spiral represents continuation, a sense of the infinite.
An original design by Jack Biesek.
Each pendant is 1 3/8″ in diameter and weighs 6 grams.

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