✨ GIVEAWAY ✨
These earrings are named Tulukaruk (Raven in the Yugtun language) and they represent significant change and transformation. The Raven is very important to many Alaska Native cultures and is often depicted as a transforming entity. I wanted to make a pair of earrings that would show the transformation that has taken place within myself over the past year. My journey has been made possible by the support that I have found on this platform. Cloudberry was started last September and I would have never imagined that I would be at 2,000 followers in a year. I want to sincerely thank all of you for supporting this journey of reconnection.
The Tulukaruk earrings are made with Miyuki Delica Beads, Abalone shell, and are handwoven bead for bead. The hooks are niobium hooks, which are hypoallergenic.
Rules of the Giveaway:
1. Must be following @ak.cloudberry
2. Like this photo, comment 🖤 or “Raven” in your language
3. Tag 3 friend
Bonus: Share this post in your story and tag @ak.cloudberry (if your account is private, please send me a screenshot)
Quyana / Quyanaq / Enaa baasee’ / Gunalchéesh for all of your support and love this past year.
Goodluck 🖤 Winner will be chosen on October 22nd.
(Shoutout to @harvestmoon.designs for helping me with formatting & font on this image)
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