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Apr 15 2015

Metal Studio Handmade Necklace Giveaway

Finding local artists is one of the best parts of hunting for souvenirs abroad. We stumbled into the jewelry shop Metal Studio while exploring the Nimman neighborhood of Chiang Mai and kept going back for more. You can read our interview with Boom, the designer and shop owner, here. Her one of a kind designs are inspired by nature and feature unique stones and asymmetric metal details.

Metal Studio was one of our favorite souvenir finds in Chiang Mai and in honor of our departure from our home for the past half a year, we are giving away a beautiful piece of jewelry! Anyone can enter and to do so, just follow the prompts below. We will choose a random winner at the end of April and ship the necklace to you, anywhere in the world. There will be a surprise challenge on Instagram the last week of the giveaway so make sure you follow us @PoplarTravels for extra chances to win.

Evanne has been lucky enough to model this necklace for the past month and will be sad to part with it, especially since no two of Boom’s beautiful pieces are alike. This statement necklace is unique and eye-catching and you are sure to get tons of compliments.

Shop Boom’s other designs here and don’t forget our readers get a special discount using the code included at the bottom of our interview with Boom.

Enter to win a handmade necklace from Metal Studio in Chiang Mai, Thailand!

Giveaway ends on May 1 at midnight EST

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Good luck! Don’t forget to tune in to our Instagram for an extra chance to win during the last week of the giveaway!

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Evanne Allen
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Evanne co-founded Poplar Travels after quitting her job in Washington, D.C. She got itchy feet at a young age and has never lost the urge to explore the planet. A previous museum employee, she is apt to drag travel partners into several cultural institutions anywhere she goes. She wishes she could speak every language and loves meeting new people.

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