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To fight a nearly 20-year-long eating disorder, Karin Collins started turning actual spoons into bite-sized wearable art as part of her therapy. Fully recovered, she continues to create those sparkling pendants to spread awareness of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA). Her designer company, SpoonFed Art, now helps others to heal. In this month’s first-ever giveaway, SpoonFed Art will select a winner to pick up a free pendant design. “Visit the News page at and simply sign up for the SpoonFed Art mailing list anytime during the month of May,” says Collins, “and you will automatically be entered into a random drawing for a pendant of your choice. If you’re currently on the mailing list, you're already entered in the drawing. No purchase is necessary, of course, but anyone who places an order on the site during the month of May will also receive an extra entry for every pendant they purchase.” One winner will be chosen at random during the first week of June and given a choice of any available design on the website, including free shipping and handling. The winner will also receive one of SpoonFed Art's brand new chains. Collins has just replaced her suede cords with 16- or 26-inch brushed metal chains with lobster clasps. The exclusive limited-edition pendant that Collins has designed for NEDA's online fundraising store can be found at For more information, visit SpoonFed Art new blog at!


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