Friday, July 15, 2011

Sid Dickens Fall 2011 Memory Blocks Release Contest

For the past 2 weeks, Sid Dickens has been revealing a new memory block each day from his new Fall 2011 Reflections collection and today they're all available to see! Take a look at the nine new memory blocks below.

Post which one is your favorite and why and you'll be entered to win a memory block of your choice from the new collection. Be sure to post by 7/31. Drawing to be held on 8/1! (We're doing a separate contest on our Facebook page so post there too to increase your chances of winning!)

We are placing our order for the store today so call or stop by anytime to pre-order yours!
Hidden Truth (T270)


Child of Light (T269)


Equinox (T268)





Mystic Love (T267)



Promise (T266)



Travellers (T265)


Opera 1827 (T264)



Gate To Paradise (T263)



En La Kesh (T262)

9 comments:

  1. Gate to paradise is beautiful.

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  2. Having just recently discovered their beauty, I can't really pick just one as my favorite - they are all beautiful :-)

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  3. I agree with Carol. So many appeal to me. I especially love the tiles that have blue in them. I think they are a surprise to the eye. I have always loved Aquamarine, the beautiful colors make it so inviting and the cracked accents make it mysterious to me. Moment and Travellers remind me of exquisite china, simply breathtaking and something you would never get tired of.

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  4. annenelson7@cox.netJuly 26, 2011 at 1:14 AM

    Hello Creative People at The Nest Egg!
    I like the Sid Dickens Blocks -- Gate to Paradise (T263) and Travellers (T265).

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  5. Love them all, but Traveler's is my favorite. Love the cobalt blue!

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  6. Travellers and Gate to Paradise are fresh and instill warm feelings, Opera is interesting. lms

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  7. "Travellers" brings me back to my journeys in Tuscany and reminds me of the beautiful tiled artwork in ancient churches and the one-of-a-kind hand-painted ceramics at open-air markets. A piece of the Old World in my modern life.

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  8. John Kashchy (jtkashchy@aol.com)July 31, 2011 at 9:51 PM

    Opera 1827 (T264) is my favorite. Reminds me of my Italian grandfather who used to make me watch operas when I was growing up.

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  9. Amy Kashchy (amantonson@aol.com)July 31, 2011 at 9:57 PM

    I love the Travellers (T265) block from the Fall 2011 Sid Dickens collection!

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