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♥+Piñas Giveaway

Posted on 04 February 2014

In honor of Valentine's Day I wanted to do something special for the TC fans and share some Piña love. For this giveaway I am giving away THREE (3) Yes, I like Piña Coladas mini pineapple necklaces! That means three winners, and three times the love!

Entering is easy, all you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post (not the Origin Story: My Fair Coral Cuff post) and tell me why you'd like to win. And that's it!

The deadline for entering is Wednesday, February 12th, 2014. The three winners will be announced on the blog on Friday, February 14th, 2014.

Good luck, and thank you for entering! 


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  • Paul Meyer: February 12, 2014

    After 25 years in the Maui Pineapple business there is nothing better for my Valentine spouse of 29 years than a remembrance of sweet Maui pineapple.
    Thanks Tiff for creating such a classic and beautiful object. You’re the best!

  • Lea: February 12, 2014

    Aloha Tiffany!

    I have been a fan of your jewelry or years, and would be so happy to wear your Piña necklace! As a fellow keiki of Maui, and Seabury Alumni, I remember hearing about your success in New York, and was one of my early inspirations to move to a city. I currently live in San Francisco and your jewelry reminds me of everything I love and miss about Maui style; simple, natural, and beautiful.

    The Piña necklace would bring me back to the muddy rainy days in Haiku, where friends and family would run around eating the ripe pineapples, while representing that unique 808 style!

    Hau’oli Makahiki Hou in 2014!

  • Surfergirlhawaii: February 12, 2014

    Dear TC, I would be sincerely overjoyed if I were to win this cute pineapple necklace because I have been a fan of your jewellery designs since day one.
    To me, pineapples represent sunshine & fun in the tropics.
    The pineapple reminds me of the island life that I adore.
    This gold pineapple will be a symbol of my love for Hawaii.

  • Terry : February 12, 2014

    Every time I look at the pineapple necklace, it brings back memories of my first visit to the beautiful island of Maui. I was going through a rough patch in life and the visit was a great chance for me to rediscover myself. I felt the island had taught me something that I could not have learned at home. To be in a place surrounded by such great beauty and spirit helped me through a difficult time. I returned home from my visit to Maui with a refreshed and renewed outlook in my life. The pineapple for me has become a symbol of that courage to overcome my own personal obstacles. It would so wonderful to have a little piece of Hawaii with me everyday to remind myself of that resilient time.

  • Kim : February 12, 2014

    I have been a huge fan of all of your work for a long time, and absolutely love how unique each of your pieces are! I’m a Maui girl at heart who’s pursuing her psychology doctoral dreams in California. I miss home every single day, and this necklace reminds me about all the blissful parts of home. The land, the sun, the sweetness, and everything that is aloha. Wearing it would serve as another beautiful reminder of my roots! Not to mention representing an incredible line of jewelry. Here’s to 2014 and a Valentines day full of the best thing, love!

  • Diana: February 12, 2014

    My reason is short and simple. You have the best jewelery out there!

    I’ve never been an advid jewelry wearer until I seen the beauty and simplicity in your pieces. I absolutely adore them! I need them in my life to top every outfit I wear everyday!

  • Anna: February 12, 2014

    Aloha! My 30th Birthday is this Saturday and I spent the majority of the last decade living on Maui so I have followed your designs for years and continue purchasing pieces because they are a little piece of paradise that I carry with me even though I moved off the islands. I receive many compliments on your pieces so I am always referring people to your site!

  • Cary Wilson: February 12, 2014

    Love your work. You are so very talented. Would be honored to own a piece of your work. :

  • Hadley: February 12, 2014

    These adorable necklaces look just like the little piñas growing in my yard (a perk of being in Florida)! What girl doesn’t want to match her garden?

  • Krystin: February 12, 2014

    I love this necklace and I am a huge fan of your jewelry! I would love to win this necklace because I work for the Broadway show Cabaret, which features a song about a pineapple! An older man brings an older woman a pineapple as a gift to show his love for her.

    “If you brought me diamonds, If you brought me pearls, If you brought me roses Like some other gents Might bring to other girls, It couldn’t please me more Than the gift I see; A pineapple for me.”

    I’d love to win this necklace so I could wear it on opening night! Thanks!

  • Amy Wilson: February 12, 2014

    Hi Tiffany,

    I grew up on O’ahu and have been back a few times since. I would love to win so I can stay reminded of the warmth of the islands…both in temperature (its 12 degrees here in Atlanta-yuk), the friendship and hospitality (which pineapple is the symbol of) and the memories. Oh and reminds me of the first place I go every time I visit-the Dole plantation for a Dole Whip! nom nom nom

    Aloha, Amy

  • Michele: February 12, 2014

    Wearing the bracelet you made as a junior in high school- each time I look at it I think of the focus that you had, even as a teen, on what you wanted- so proud of the success and that people are catching on to what your Seabury Ohana has known for years- what a talented lady you are!! Every time I wear your piece to school I tell the kids that here you are not only encouraged but inspired to follow your passion!

  • Misty: February 12, 2014

    I’ve adored this lovely little necklace since I first saw it on your site! As a Hawaii girl living in LA, I miss my real home every single day, and I love to surround myself with things that remind me of the beauty of Hawaii and my family there (and also the amazing food…). This necklace is a perfect and chic way to carry around a little piece of home and remind myself of where I’m from and who I am when the hustle and bustle of LA living gets to me. It would also be a great companion to my Oahu bangle :)

  • Alyssa: February 12, 2014

    I would love to win one of these necklaces. I am original from Hawaii and am so homesick. I am going back in May after 2 years so I am super excited. Would love to keep a Hawaii reminder close to my heart.

  • William: February 12, 2014

    I would love to win it for my wife. She would look beautiful in it.

  • Whitney : February 12, 2014

    Too cute! I would love to win them. They would go great with our family portrait in haleiwa! Xoxo

  • Toni: February 12, 2014

    I have been following you on Instagram for a while now and love this blog and also ALL of your designs! I would love to win this necklace because it would be the perfect piece to ring in spring with!! I am from Louisiana and would love to show off your jewelry here and tell everyone about it too!! This necklace makes me so excited for some sand, sun, and ice cold drinks only warmer weather can bring!

  • Kaitlin: February 11, 2014

    Why I’d like to win … Because there is an amazing feeling that comes along with winning something. Like the stars aligned and the universe is saying, see, I got your back. In all honesty it’s been a yucky week (it’s only Tuesday, so there is room for improvement). I like your designs as well, to that is also a plus. My nickname since I was a baby has been coconut, so what better way to celebrate all things tropical and beachy in the middle of winter than to sport a golden + glowey pineapple. If anything, I thought I would just roll the dice and see where they land. Also, when will your bathing suits be available? I’m in love with a one piece white number I saw a few months back! Happy Tuesday to you and thanks for reading! – Kaitlin

  • Makena O.: February 11, 2014

    I just moved to California from Hawaii and have been really homesick for the beach and the fresh fruit….and then I saw THIS. I instantly fell in love with it, and I knew I had to have it. I’d love to be able to wear this as a little reminder of home <3
    Mahalo Nui,

  • Adriana: February 10, 2014

    Around the age of 16 I became interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Hawaii. Being from the mainland, this was a huge controversial discussion between my family and I. 3 years later I sought the opportunity to follow my dream regardless of the opposition from friends and family. Never having lived anywhere but California, I was accepted into UH and began my life on Oahu late 2012. It has been a dream living here; each day I am reminded how blessed I am to be so privileged to do the things I love on almost a daily basis. For me, the pineapple not only resembles a sweet treat, but also the hardships that the generations before ours faced when working in the plantations. For me, it also represents the beautiful diverse society in which we live as a result of that. A cute pineapple necklace would be a constant reminder to follow dreams, make the best of what you have, and a genuine appreciation for the diverse population in which we are so lucky to live in.

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