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Birthday Giveaway: Moon Phase Bracelet from The Science Boutique

What’s better than a beautiful bracelet? One that makes you smarter.

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The Science Boutique is a shop where fashion and science converge. It’s run by The Astronista. We’re giving away a scientifically accurate Moon Phase Bracelet in honor of Persephone Magazine’s birthday.

Bracelet and muslin bag
A Moon Phase Bracelet and muslin bag from The Science Boutique

This bracelet displays the eight phases of the Moon: New, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full, Waning Gibbous, Third Quarter and Waning Crescent. The phases are presented in the correct order in which they occur in the sky.

The images are set in high quality resin in the bracelet settings. There are 8 settings in total, each setting measures 0.5 inches (1 cm) in diameter. The bracelet is 9 inches (23 cms) at its longest setting. The bracelet comes in two colors; either silver or copper. Please select the color you would like.

Each item is sent in a muslin gift bag, which is adorned with The Science Boutique logo.

Note, that since these are handmade, no two are exactly the same!

Join in the fun and tell us your all-time favorite scientist.


To enter this giveaway, you can comment on this post, like this post on our Facebook page, share the post on Facebook, retweet on Twitter, and/or reblog on Tumblr. Winners will be chosen via random number generator after the giveaway closes at 12:01 a.m. EST, Monday October 14. You may enter once per entry type (so one like, one comment, one reblog, etc.) By entering, you agree to the full contest Terms & Conditions. Winners will be announced on Persephone Magazine on Friday, October 18 and contacted by the writer to arrange delivery.

 

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19 replies on “Birthday Giveaway: Moon Phase Bracelet from The Science Boutique”

My favorite scientists in recent years are teenage girls. No joke.

A couple years ago, Angela Zhang created a nanoparticle that detects cancer cells, which is AWESOME and a potential cure for cancer. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/15/angela-zhang-high-school-_n_1207177.html

Earlier this year, Eesha Khare invented a supercapacitor that charges faster and lasts longer than conventional batteries. http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/1837128/report-18-year-old-eesha-khare-invents-a-revolutionary-device-that-can-charge-a-phone-in-20-secondcs

Teen girls are doing INCREDIBLE things in STEM, and it’s really exciting to see!

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