SWEEPSTREET SWEEPS! Judith Ripka Evil Eye Necklace Giveaway Extended January 15th 2013

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22 thoughts on “SWEEPSTREET SWEEPS! Judith Ripka Evil Eye Necklace Giveaway Extended January 15th 2013

  1. Lynn says:

    I would love to own real jewelry, but they’re expensive! I can’t reason myself into buying any because I don’t wear jewelry out because I’m afraid I would lose it.

  2. Lynn says:

    I would love to own real jewelry, but they’re expensive! I can’t reason myself into buying any because I don’t wear jewelry out because I’m afraid I would lose it.

  3. Rebecca says:

    I would love to win this piece; I have a Ripka ring and this would be my first necklace from her collection and a great way to start 2013 off with some good luck!

  4. Rebecca says:

    I would love to win this piece; I have a Ripka ring and this would be my first necklace from her collection and a great way to start 2013 off with some good luck!

  5. Susan Lasky says:

    Brings back memories of oh so long ago, when I was in a study abroad program in Malta and wrote an anthropological research paper on ‘Superstition and the Evil Eye’

  6. Susan Lasky says:

    Brings back memories of oh so long ago, when I was in a study abroad program in Malta and wrote an anthropological research paper on ‘Superstition and the Evil Eye’

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