Pabgha's First Giveaway / by Pabgha Vaaj

I recently posted about doing a giveaway on my Facebook and Instagram; the winner will receive one pin out of the ones shown. The items are handmade pins and fan-art from the original series of Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi. It'll end on June 30th, 2018, at 11:59 PM, and the winner will be announced on July 1st, 2018, in the afternoon. I'm super thrilled, for this is what I wanted to do for a long time. It was whether to put all my planning into action, and it is finally happening! #pabghartGA1

  How to Enter : 1.) Follow my Facebook/Instagram account and like the post there 2.) Tag 2 friends who would like this series OR would like my work in the comment. **Completing all of these will give you 2 entries.    Deadline : June 30th, 2018, at 11:59pm (US Central Timezone) 

How to Enter:
1.) Follow my Facebook/Instagram account and like the post there
2.) Tag 2 friends who would like this series OR would like my work in the comment.
**Completing all of these will give you 2 entries. 

Deadline: June 30th, 2018, at 11:59pm (US Central Timezone) 


About the Giveaway
It's only within the U.S.A. only. I originally wanted to do international, but that'll wait for next time. I'm sorry to my art buddies and supporters outside of U.S. The winner will receive one pin out of the one shown, and I made nine pins. This giveaway is awesome especially those who love this series. If interested and want to enter, go on Facebook (Pabgha) or Instagram and follow the instructions. 

F.A.Q
- Within U.S.A only
- Not sponsoring anything
- Must have a Facebook and/or Instagram Account to participate
 


About the Pins
As mentioned before, all of them are handmade, fan-art, and plastic. It's my first time having a complete set, and they turned out to be adorable. Before baking them, I worked on one character at a time. The work would seem tedious and long; I drew the sketch on paper, did the line-art by putting the plastic paper on top, and colored by using Prismacolor pencils. The cutting takes time because the plastic paper can be fragile especially on the tight edges. After baking, there's the coating, sealing, coating, and sanding. Most of all, the most time is spent on resting. Leaving it alone. 

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That's it about the giveaway. Thanks for your time reading this post and have a awesome rest of day.
- Pabgha