Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Birthday Surprise.

Giveaway is now CLOSED
stay tune for winner announcement and more giveaways!


As promised, a birthday giveaway from That Vintage!

Up for grabs is one of the new designs from the Summer 2011 range - it is, well... an oval pendant.
Normally, I would tell you a title for this piece... but that is where you come in.
Help me name this piece!

To enter:
- comment this entry below with your suggestion for a name for this piece; also include an email address to be contacted by.

The most creative and well suited entry, will score this pendant!
Giveaway closes Monday 7th February, 7pm EDST (Australia)
Get creative!

51 comments:

Rosie said...

Rosea...meaning pink or rosey. Or Rosalie- my name -meaning little rose.

Tammi said...

Delicately Yours

Jude said...

That Vintage Floroyal.

Pronounced - "Floor-royal"

This word is a combination of floral and royal as I think this piece depicts both a floral picture and a sense of regalness.

Pene said...

Sweet Rosita

Hattie Hen said...

Filigree dreaming

Bri said...

i reckon this pattern definetely has a shabby chic vibe, so 'country rose' .. :)

Nicki said...

damaskalicious

Kirsten N said...

Gorgeous pendant! I would like to suggest "The Name of the Rose"

Bri said...

ooh not sure if i can enter more than once or not.. but just thought of another "nanna's linen"

kit and nancy. said...

'rock, scissors, wallpaper'. that design screams wallpaper to me. i rented my little house on the basis that it had gorgeous wallpaper in the bedroom and studio. beautiful wallpaper is the key to my happiness. x

Mon Alisa Design said...

"Damask au lait" because the colouring resembles the crema mixed with milk on a good latte :)

"Sienna Rose"

"Ocre et rose" (ochre and rose)

It's so lovely :)

Loz said...

Hello Sophie!
I think this pendant is beautiful!
I would suggest 'Summer In Bloom'
lauren_worthy@hotmail.com

Ellen Darker said...

Autumn in Paris :)

I always think of Paris when I see floral patterns, and the colour is so earthy and autumn like.

Anonymous said...

"What's in a name" or "By any other name" Oval Pendant

Courtney oxox
cheeky116@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

"damsel", as it's very ladylike, and as a nod to the damask pattern :)

sami_j83@live.com

Kitty77 said...

I think "Regency Rose".....it has that kind of by gone feel

LOVE IT

Natalie said...

Fleur

Pille T said...

"Midsummer night" or "Midsummer find"
Here, in Estonia, we have a tradition to go searh a fern flower on midsummer night (at summer solstice). The fern flower is supposed to appear only on the night of Midsummer. If you find one it will bring you love and fertility :) That being said, in reality - ferns don't have blooms :( But i guess in our history it was a good reason to ask a boy to come to the woods with you ;)

Anonymous said...

I like how 'Floralise' sounds...a play on 'floral' and 'Fur Elise' - a beautiful old-fashioned pattern, a beautiful old tune...

fuzzygroove@netspace.net.au

Anonymous said...

Lori form Haylo: That vintage Lovely Lace

em. said...

amongst the roses

everyone seems to have the same idea with the rose theme :) ! its gorgeous x

Danielle Cullen said...

I think 'Florence'. Wallpaper came straight to my mind :)

Sharnee Torrents said...

Hello dear Soph! YOu certainly have some great suggestions in here so i'll try and add mine....
"Sweet sent of old"
because of the Rose and the old look about it and the lacey pattern and well.... hope you like!
HUgs and love Sharnee :)
sharneetorretns@netspace.net.au

tractorgirl said...

'secret garden'

x julie

Lauren said...

Rose Bowl

Tamsin said...

"Potpourri" - Because it's floral, pretty and unique
wingless_chicken@hotmail.com

Ness Lockyer said...

It is stunning Sophie! What about 'Summer Flourish' or "Sunblush" or 'Charm Of Provence'
Ness xx

Anonymous said...

My comment before didn't work.

Verona Rose. (Verona is the city of Romeo and Juliet and this design seems very romantic.)

Rose Damask.

Midsummer Classic.

jessicanasatocurran@gmail.com

blue eyed night owl said...

Perky Wallflower is my suggestion.

It is reminiscent of those gorgeous wallpapers, but is definitely spotlight worthy. Plus it refers to the famous book "the Perks of being a Wallflower".

It's beautiful! Really hope I'll win.

Anonymous said...

I have asked a horticulturalist friend of mine, who tells me it is a Hibiscus...

So, I am going with

'fleur d'hibiscus'

It is a beautiful piece!

Kathryn - kathhannon@yahoo.com

Clare Mclaine said...

Petrichor Petite.

Petrichor meaning the smell after rain. I imagine a beautiful rose garden after a sun shower in spring. water droplets everywhere and that stunning fresh rose smell.

Anonymous said...

I was thinking Floral Fantasy Soph.....

you have some great suggestions on here though!

Nic x

Heather said...

Hi Sophie,

Wow there are a lot of great suggestions how are you going to choose?

Amour - which is the French word for love, an intense feeling of affection.

Heather
heather.tulip@gmail.com

Laura P. said...

"Chantilly Circle"

Laura P. said...

"Chantilly Circle"

Anna said...

Oh so romantic!

How about "Lovers Blush"?

Anna (:

pyrotechnika said...

Vintage affair because i have totally and completly fallen in love with this piece as i love vintage patterns and roses. An affair is an appropriate word as a rose iS a symbol of love :) <3 email is taz_chatterbox13@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hi
Here a few suggestions:

Vintage iris
Honor Petal
Isla Belle
Vintage Willow
Scarlett May

What ever you name it will be perfect! Love it :)

Kerrie
kbaldwin82@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

let's play 'ring a ring a rosie' and all fall down laughing with joy for winnning such a rosie pendant!!! flood2964@hotmail.com thanks Sophie x

shique said...

What a gorgeous piece!
I would call it "Tea Rose".

Samantha said...

Chantilly......... lace with a fine net ground, designs of open work

Frivolitee..........it's French tatting (lace making)


Rennaisance


Beautiful work yet again Sophie xx


samantha1975@live.com.au

Lisha said...

I was thinking a little bit Italian so.....

"Filigrana Rosa"

Italian for "Filigree Rose". Another lovely pendant.

lisha.walker@gmail.com

Rachel P said...

Hi Sophie
My suggestions are the lumiƩre pendant
(it means light/glow which I think a beautiful flower has almost like an aura around it because they make you feel something within)
And the other is the marchesca pendant
rach.sass@hotmail.com
:)

Anonymous said...

Such a lovely piece brings to my mind the name "Mia memories".

djwis60@gmail.com

Stephanie

Zoe Reynolds said...

"Vienna Charm"

zboyd@live.com.au

Rosie said...

What about...Fred? Or Ernest?

SallyB said...

How about 'Roses at Dusk'?
It's gorgeous :)

chase.pud said...

In reference to Romeo and Juliette,

"By any other name"
or
"A rose by any other name"
if the first one it so subtle.

As soon as I saw it that popped into me head

Nicole Pudmenzky xx

red bamboo said...

Hope I am just in time for this!
I am thinking...
'my secret garden'

Annie

tommi said...

"Dreamy Romance" Simple, yet the words and pendant make you smile :D

Anonymous said...

Already left some but thought if some more:

Rose Quart
Country rose
secret garden
Scarlett Belle
autumn bloom
timeless garden


Kerrie
kbaldwin82@hotmail.com

Looking forward to seeing what you name it!