Update on Steampunk Necklace

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011


Earlier today we added a post announcing our Steampunk Necklace is now for sale. As usual, this posting was automatically emailed to all subscribers just like any other new post, but it was a bit misleading because the “Buy Now” button appeared in the email. Unfortunately, the Buy Now button doesn’t work from within the email page.

In order to make a purchase, you need to actually go to the website itself:

Here is the link to the page:

We’re sorry about the confusion. We’re new at this and we’re learning.

If you have any difficulties, please contact us and we’ll straighten it out:

–Camille Beatty & Camille



Comments (5)

  1. Julie
    November 11th, 2011

    This necklace looks awesome! I’m curious, where does the ‘steampunk’ necklace get it’s name? Another great work, Lunamoth!

  2. lunamoth
    November 13th, 2011

    I call it “steampunk” because of the gears, bronze and brass metal, and its general look. Steampunk is a genre of literature, movies, costumes, and other stuff with lots of gears, steam-powered mechanical devices, and cool stuff like that. I was inspired to design the necklace after reading my dad’s latest manuscript, which is very steampunk (and the main character wears a cool necklace like this).

  3. Patrizia
    March 3rd, 2012

    A great place to buy from, while the item may have taken a while to get here it’s understandable cniomg from overseas, and you get a postcard that someone actually took the time to write a message of thanks on instead of letting some computer do it automatically. Overall, good service

  4. Fer
    March 4th, 2012

    Great post hunny :)woop woop to the Bristol meet up- hope we will be seeing you in Brummy land too!Happy New year hun, hope you get rveeything you wish for!Love you & your blog lotsxxx

  5. Jim
    March 1st, 2012

    Oh how I wish my jelwery budget is nonexistent! Would love to add one of these bad boys to my very small collection. I wear an “M” necklace and I do have an “M” charm for my bracelet.. there’s something so very personal about initials. P.S. I really liked your “About Me” description..

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