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Beautiful handmade, fair trade, jewelry from Dunitz & Company

 

I love jewelry. I always have. Even when I was a teenager I wouldn’t leave the house unless I was all done up complete with earrings, a necklace and bracelet. In fact, just recently I found a box of old jewelry of mine that was stored in my father’s basement. One of these days I plan on going through it, weeding out the old or broken pieces and passing along most of it to my daughter. I may even bring some of it to work with me. Maybe the kids I work with (the older ones) can use the pieces to create new jewelry or something else.

Although I have a lot of jewelry, I tend to wear simple pieces that go with just about everything I wear. I also don’t want to wear anything too fancy to work with me.

Not long ago I was introduced to a jewelry company called Dunitz & Company. They make the most beautiful handmade jewelry. I was asked if I wanted to do a review. After I read the backstory of the company I knew I wanted to check out their handmade jewelry in person.

Dunitz & Company was created after the owner, Nancy Dunitz, visited Guatemala and encountered countless talented artisans weaving, painting and carving. The country offered minimal tourism trade and few outlets for selling their beautiful wares, so Nancy came up with the idea of making it possible for the artisans to sell their wares in the United States. That is when Dunitz & Company was created.

Dunitz & Company jewelry is handmade using Czech and Japanese beads. Their designs often include other elements such as ribbonsleathervintage buttons, coins and semiprecious stone chips.

Not only does Dunitz & Company offer gorgeous jewelry to consumers, the company also supports their artisans who make the jewelry for the company.

Dunitz & Company supports and contributes to several organizations that help those living in the community where our beadwork is crafted. “Pueblo a Pueblo,” a community-based charity, funds many grass-root projects including child education and lunch programs as well as mother-infant care. “Hospitalito Atitlan” is the only hospital that cares for those living in the community where our beadwork is made. “Puerta Abierta” is a free library that also offers reading classes.

They are also a member of the Fair Trade Federation, a Gold Certified Business member of Green America and a founding member of Fair Trade Los Angeles.

I was sent to review a lovely “slap” cuff bracelet. In case you are not familiar with “slap” bracelets you literally slap them on your wrist (it doesn’t hurt!) and the bracelet wraps it’s self around your wrist. There are no clips, clasps or snaps to fuss over. Slap bracelets are very easy to get on and off. I have to admit that the process of slapping on my wrist is also fun. I used to have slap bracelets when I was a teenager. They are fun to wear.

The bracelet I received to review is a little wider than an average bracelet which is why it’s referred to as a “cuff” bracelet.

I am in awe of this bracelet. It’s hard to believe that it was made by hand. There are so many tiny beads. It must have taken a very long time to create the design and make the bracelet.

My bracelet features an embroidered design of colorful flowers with a pretty little bird in the middle. The designs are accented with colorful beads. The bird’s eye is a single white bead.

The beads really bring the design to life, especially when light catches the bracelet just right and the beads twinkle.

Here are a few photos. The photos DO NOT do this bracelet justice. It’s so much prettier in person.

I have worn this bracelet numerous times. I was worried that the breads might fall off, but that has not happened. I check the bracelet every time I wear it to make sure the embroidery isn’t ripped or the beads haven’t fallen off. So far, so good. The bracelet is just as beautiful as the first day I wore it.

Dunitz & Company carries bracelets, earrings, necklaces, pouches, pins and more. Each piece is handmade using the finest quality materials as mentioned above.

Here are just a few of the lovely designs currently available at Dunitz & Company.

Due to the handmade nature of the jewelry, there may be slight differences.

In addition to being beautiful, it’s great to know that by purchasing this jewelry it’s benefiting women and men who might not otherwise be able to make ends meet, as well as supporting various charities.

If you are interested in learning more about Duntiz & Company, you can visit them online at ShopDunitz.com. The brand can also be found on just about every social media website. All of their links are found on the bottom right of their website.

What do you think about this jewelry? Do you see any pieces that really appeal to you? Do you like to support fair trade companies? Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Personalized jewelry from Six Sisters Beadworks

 

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When I was a teenager and young adult, I would not leave the house if I wasn’t dressed up from top to bottom. Not only did I make sure that my hair and makeup was done, I also made sure that I wore a lot of jewelry. Back then I wore three earrings in each ear (these days I wear just one pair), a necklace to match my outfit, bracelets (and usually a lot of them) and rings from time to time. I didn’t feel like my “look” was complete without wearing jewelry.

Most of my jewelry back then was “costume” jewelry (inexpensive stuff). I only had three quality pieces of jewelry – an opal ring I received for my 16th birthday, an emerald “tennis bracelet” that my father gave me and a freshwater pearl necklace my then boyfriend gave me.

Fast forward to today. I don’t wear that much jewelry. I own plenty of lovely pieces, I just don’t wear them that often.

I was a stay at home mom for 18 years. I didn’t feel the need to wear expensive or fancy jewelry hanging out at home with my kids or cleaning our home. I even stopped wearing my engagement ring because the diamond kept getting caught on things.

I do enjoy wearing jewelry. Now that I work outside of the home I have been wearing my “fancy” jewelry more and more.

I don’t wear just any jewelry. I tend to wear pieces that means something to me. Take for example the beautiful initial “K” necklace my aunt gave me the first time we met since I was two years old (that is a post for another time). That means something special to me so every time I wear it I think of my aunt and new found family.

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Examples of heirloom quality jewelry – not my personal collection

I tend to wear a lot of pieces that remind me of my family, most especially my husband and children. Anyone who knows me personally knows that I tend to wear a lot of pieces that have my family’s names or initials on them.

I’m a big fan of personalized jewelry. It has meaning to it and wearing it reminds you of people, places or special events in your life.

Six Sisters Beadworks offers a variety of exceptional personalized jewelry including necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

The jewelry found at Six Sisters Beadworks is made out of quality materials and made to last a lifetime. It’s the type of jewelry you pass down from generation to generation.

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The brand even has jewelry for boys and men.

When you visit the Six Sisters Beadworks site you’ll find jewelry to celebrate special moments in our life time, like the birth of a baby (new baby jewelry), to wedding/bridal pieces and jewelry personalized for grandma reflecting all her beloved grandchildren.

I was sent a beautiful necklace from Six Sisters Beadworks to check out.

I chose a silver necklace with a heart charm. The heart charm is stamped with the first initial of my family (husband and two children). Because the necklace features my family’s initials I can’t show the photo of my necklace (I will never mention the names or initials of my husband and children for their personal safety).

Here is a photo from the Six Sisters Beadworks website that is identical to my necklace (with the exception that mine has initials on it, not a name).

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This necklace is called Maya Hand Stamped Heart Necklace. It is handstamped and can be personalized with up to 12 characters (name, initials, special date…).

I appreciate that you can purchase different lengths for the necklaces. I have reviewed personalized jewelry in the past that have set sizes. I need at the very least an 18″ chain – ideally 20″ – 22″. I have a thick/chubby neck so 16″ are way too tight on me (I can’t even get them on!) and an 18″ is like a chocker on my neck. At Six Sisters Beadworks you can purchase necklaces from 16″ all the way up to 30″.

Even their bracelets are available in different sizes to work with all of their customers (from 7″ up to 8.5″).

I love this necklace because it’s both casual and dressy at the same time. I can easily wear it to work and transition over to an evening outfit without having to swap out my jewelry.

Personalized jewelry is a timeless gift that anyone can appreciate and cherish. I even have the baby rings that once belonged to my biological mother, father and grandfather. They were passed on to me and I am going to pass them on to my kids one day, just like I will with other special jewelry that I own.

Personalized jewelry is great for a newborn baby (Six Sisters Beadworks baby bracelets are beautiful), to commemorate a special day, a wedding gift – and even to commemorate a special location (the brand has jewelry that features the coordinates of your special place like your place of birth or home).

Here are a few pieces available from Six Sisters Beadworks.

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They even carry non-personalized jewelry. The Ocean Blue Gemstone Necklace (pictured above) is gorgeous! And I love the idea of giving a child jewelry personalized with “Big Sister” or “Big Brother” for the birth of their sibling. I wish I would have thought of something like that when our son was born (to gift to our daughter).

If you would like to learn more please visit www.SixSistersBeadworks.com. The brand can also be found on social media. All of their links can be found on their website.

Six Sisters Beadworks has even been featured on the Today Show.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.  

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Spoil the Animal Lover in Your Life with IMAD

 

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It’s always nice to find the “perfect” gift for that special someone on your holiday shopping list. It’s even nicer when the gift you are giving also helps out a charity – or shall I say – a gift that gives back.

When it comes to holiday shopping I will look for gifts that help make a difference. I also think it’s important to think about charities year round and not just during the holiday season. That means, if I need to buy a birthday gift or an anniversary gift, I will strongly consider gifts that give back in some way over regular gifts.

Do you have an animal lover in your life? I’m an animal lover. I think our five cats, dog and Goldfish should give you some idea of how much we love and appreciate animals. If we had the money I would open my own rescue facility and/or a working farm (on a farm I can have cows, chickens, horses…).

Since I am such a big time animal lover, I love to support charities that help out animals. It doesn’t matter if it’s the animal shelter down the street or a charity that protect black rhinos in Africa. All animals deserve to have a long, happy and health life – big or small.

A brand called IMAD is a jewelry company that uses fashion as a way to raise awareness for the injustice animals face worldwide, such as pollution, poaching, dog fighting and more. IMAD offers a wide range of necklaces, pendants, gemstones, key chains and treats.

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IMAD has an amazing collection of animal-themed pendants to get you in the giving back spirit. From the black rhino and the Sumatran elephant to pit bulls and rottweilers, IMAD is devoted to making the world a better place for critically endangered animals and mistreated dogs.

Each time you purchase an IMAD pendant, $1 of that sale will be donated to the Animal Welfare Institute, an organization dedicated to the better treatment of all animals.

IMAD pendants are beautifully made and features the name of the animal engraved on the back with a leaf that symbolizes its use of recycled bronze.

In addition to helping out animals and wildlife, IMAD jewelry is also eco-friendly.

I have a necklace from IMAD that features a Golden Retriever, which is a very popular dog breed. It comes with an 18″ necklace.

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It’s a decent sized pendant (a little bigger than a quarter) and it looks really nice on, especially if you are wearing a blouse with a “V” neckline.

It’s heavy, but not too heavy, in weight too.

There are a variety of dog breeds available include Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Pitt Bull, Pug, Chihuahua and more. Of course they also feature the Black Rhino, Tiger, Gorilla, Elephant and other endangered wildlife.

This holiday season, help make an animals life a little brighter by purchasing a stylish accessory from the Domestic & Endangered Animal Pendant Collection at IMAD. Not only will you be stylishly accessorized, but you’ll also feel good by doing good wearing an “I Made Difference” necklace.

If you would like to learn more, or to make a purchase, visit IMadJewelry.com. You can also check them out on social media. All of their links are found at the bottom of their website.

You can also see what others are saying by checking out the hashtags #IMAD, #IMADJewlry and #MakeADifference.

What do you think of this jewelry line? Did you see a piece you like? Would you consider gifting a piece of jewelry from IMAD?

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Give gifts that make a difference (giveaway ends 11/06/16)

 

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I know it’s a bit too early to think about Christmas and Hanukkah. After all, the kids haven’t even gone trick or treating yet. Some stores are already set up for the holiday season. Not too long ago I was at our local dollar store to pick up some paper plates and pretty little Christmas tree ornaments on the wall NEXT to plastic skeletons. Sigh…

Christmas doesn’t seem the same as it did when our kids were little. Now that they are teenagers/young adults, they don’t get as excited about seeing Santa or waking up extra early because they are anxious to see what gifts are waiting for them under the tree.

This year I plan on getting them more practical gifts. For example, our daughter needs a new car battery and an oil change. We’ll take care of that for her. Our son actually said he prefers gift cards to his favorite stores, so we might just do that as well.

Ideally I’d love to have a gift the whole family will enjoy. If we can find a way to afford it I’d like to take my family to see the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. We’ve gone twice before over the years and we all loved it. My whole family would like to do that again.

These days I am going to give gifts to my family and friends that not only mean something, or gifts that can make a difference in the lives of others. How is that possible you ask? I’ll tell you.

Are you familiar with the World Vision Gift Catalog? If you are an avid reader of She Scribes you have probably read posts about them in the past.

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The 2016 World Vision Gift Catalog contains more than 250 poverty-fighting gifts, ranging in price from $16 to $39,000, that improve the quality of life for struggling children and families in the U.S. and around the world.

There are several options available – one where you can donate the gift that will go to people in need, or purchase a tangible gift that you can give to a loved one (or keep for yourself).

One thing you can gift a family in need are animals. You can select what type of animal you would like to help “purchase,” such as chickens to help provide food and income (selling the extra eggs), dairy cow (for milk) or an Alpaca for it’s wool (to keep a family warm and for income). You don’t actually get the animals. The funds are used to purchase the animals and they are donated where they are most needed.

You can also gift other items in need such as diapers, school supplies, food and more. These are the types of gifts that have meaning to them and make a difference in the lives of others.

You can also purchase an actual gift that you’ll receive from their online catalog. You can keep the item for yourself or give it to a loved one.

All gift purchases are also tax deductible. The amount you can declare is shown on the product page.

Here are a few gifts you might want to consider.

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Tree of Life Votive Holder – This lovely votive holder is handmade from cast-off materials. Artisans in India work hard to raise themselves out of poverty and help light the way for their children’s education. $65

I have this votive holder in my living room. I put a flameless candle inside of it. It looks beautiful when the candle is on. I love how the light dances through the design. It really does look like a tree when it’s lit up. It’s so beautiful!

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Upcycled Artisanal Bowl – This stunning bowl is up-cycled from reclaimed industrial waste such as wires and metal. Artisans in India have hand bent and soldered each piece into inspirational shapes to create this artistic and elaborate bowl that is great as a decorative piece or to hold special items. $135

This bowl is not as bit as it appears, but it’s still lovely none the less. It’s a nice size to serve as a centerpiece on your table, or you can use it in your bedroom to hold make up, night creams or other small objects.

I plan on using this as a centerpiece on our dining room table. I might add some fruits on it (make it a fruit bowl). I haven’t decided yet. Right now I have a Halloween centerpiece on my table, so I might not use this until Christmas (place Christmas ornaments on it) or until after the holiday season.

History’s First Coffee Blend – Citrus and chocolate pair up in this 10-ounce whole bean blend of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe and Sumatra Permata Gayo coffees from farmers who are overcoming poverty with their earnings. An olivewood scoop and African bag complete the package. $75

This makes a nice cup of coffee. The coffee has a lot of flavor.

I currently don’t find the package I received on the site, but I do see other coffee gifts.

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Turquoise Medallion Necklace – Handmade by families in Delhi, this brightly-beaded medallion necklace adds a bold pop of color to any outfit. $75

This is a beautiful necklace. It’s very unique in it’s appearance. I have never seen anything like it before.

The necklace is not something I would normally wear – but – I know someone who would LOVE this and I know would wear it often (a relative). I plan on keeping this to give as a holiday gift.

Royal Silk Scarf – This gorgeous silk scarf adds color to the holidays and supports the needs of children and families worldwide. The luxurious silk is woven by Vietnam’s Ma Chau villagers, who receive sustainable income through their craft. $95

I”m not much of a scarf wearer – but my daughter is. She LOVES this scarf and she can pull off wearing it with many of her outfits. This scarf is colorful so it matches with a lot of things that she wears.

This fashionable scarf can be worn year round, but it’s not meant to keep you warm, per say. It’s more so for fashion.

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Silver Vines Cuff: Women and girls will love wearing this elegant adjustable silver cuff bracelet designed by artisans in Old Delhi, India, and decorated with an intricately-laced vine pattern. Each bracelet supports their families through fair trade practices. $85

I love this bracelet/cuff! It’s beautiful! Look at the beautiful design.

I have a thick wrist, and this fits me just fine.

You can wear this to the office/work as well as on a night on the town. It can go from casual to dressy with no problem.

I have received many compliments on this bracelet/cuff. It’s a substantial piece that will get noticed whenever you wear it.

All of these items would make wonderful gifts this holiday season. Plus the purchase of these items will help those in need. It’s a win-win situation.

If you would like to learn more about these and other available gifts, please visit 2016 World Vision Gift Catalog. In addition you can check out World Vision on Facebook as well as on Twitter and Instagram. If you would like to see what others are saying, check out the hashtag #GiftCatalog.

The people from World Vision Gift Catalog have generously offered to give a lucky winner ALL of the products reviewed (above) – votive holder, bowl, coffee, necklace, scarf ad bracelet. Thank you World Vision Gift Catalog!

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on November 6, 2016. The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me which product mentioned above you like the most and/or why you would like to win this prize package?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify.

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Kimberly

*I received the above mentioned products to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. World Vision Gift Catalog will be providing the prize package. 

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Beautiful, colorful, gem jewelry from Biographie (giveaway ends 7/31/16)

 

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Anyone who knows me personally knows that I am a simple person. I have a few main staples in my life that I stick with. That doesn’t meant that I don’t enjoy mixing things up a bit – I do! After all, I’m a Gemini and we tend to get bored with things easily. Just ask my husband and how many time I’ve asked him to re-paint rooms and move furniture and wall art around.

When I was a teen/young adult I used to go all out with my jewelry. I had jewelry is all different color and styles. I even have three holes in each ear and would wear different earrings all the time.

I never left the house without my hair perfectly coiffed, my make-up looking great and not wearing jewelry to match my ensemble (earrings, necklace, bracelet – often rings).

These days I go by the “less is more” ideology. Less make up (a lot less – as in just mascara for the most part), my hair up in a ponytail and usually just my wedding ring. I do however have other pieces of jewelry that I tend to wear often.

When I turned 16 my mom gave me the most beautiful opal ring. I still have it but it’s buried in my father’s basement in my old jewelry box. I loved that ring, but sadly she bought the wrong size and I could only wear it on my pinky.

That was the first time I ever saw an opal. I love how it had a rainbow effect to it. It was constantly changing color depending on how the light hit it. From that moment on I loved opals.

I would have to say my top three favorite gem stones are diamonds (I only own one real one – my engagement ring), emeralds (my birthstone – I also love the color green) and opals.

If you are a fan of colorful gem stones you might want to check out the website Biographie. Biographie offers stunning, colorful, and unique jewelry designs.

I love how Biographie uses colored gems to add a pop of color to their beautiful jewelry designs. Here are just a few gorgeous examples.

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It was hard for me to find some pieces to showcase in this post. There are way too many beautiful pieces to choose from.

I was fortunate that Biographie wanted to send me a piece of jewelry to review. I was sent to review an opal bracelet. I was so excited to receive it that I stalked our delivery guys every day.

This opal bracelet would be the second opal jewelry I’ve ever owned (aside from my Sweet 16 ring). This time I knew it was going to fit me, unlike the ring.

The bracelet took my breath away! It’s more beautiful in person than it appears in photos. It’s very colorful! These opals truly shine in the light – especially the sunlight! In hindsight I should have taken a photo in the sunlight to really show off how colorful these opals are.

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If you look at the close up photo (above) you can see the variety of colors the opals give off – from neon green to hot pink and from sky blue to orange and just about every color on the rainbow.

The bracelet is beautifully made. I always have some hesitation when I wear fine jewelry that it’s going to snap and break and I’ll lose all the gems. I didn’t feel that way with this bracelet. You can see and feel how well made it is.

I love that this bracelet can go from something casual, like running errands, to a fancy dinner or night on the town. It’s a very versatile bracelet that you can wear all day long. It’s also comfortable to wear too. I don’t even realize it’s on my write most of the time.

This has quickly become one of my favorite pieces of jewelry to wear. As I mentioned earlier I tend to be more of a minimalist. This bracelet fits right in to that way of thinking because it’s lightweight, it can go from day to night and I hardly feel that I am wearing it.

I won’t wear this to work only because I work with little kids and I often come home with glue, paint or other sticky things on my person. I don’t want to take a chance of getting something on my bracelet from Biographie. I wear my bracelet outside of work (I just take it off and put it back one before/after work).

If you would like to learn more about Biographie, or check out the beautiful gem jewelry, visit Biographie.com. The brand is also found on social media. All of their links are found on the bottom left of their homepage.

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Biographie has generously offered to give a lucky reader a lovely opal necklace valued at $150. The necklace is gold with a 16″ chain. If the chain is too small you could always move the opal charms to a longer chain.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on July 31, 2016 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator. The winner will be contacted via email will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize package and/or what is your favorite gem stone?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Isabelle Grace Hand Stamped Personalized Jewelry

 

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I have a very nice selection of jewelry. Sadly most of it is in storage in my father’s basement. We had packed up most of our stuff when our condo was on the market and moved it to my father’s basement (he lives upstate). My jewelry box was in one of the boxes we brought up there. I haven’t seen most of my jewelry in almost three years.

When I was younger I always wore jewelry. I had necklaces, bracelets and earrings in just about every color to match all my outfits. The older I got the less jewelry I wore. These days I don’t wear as much jewelry as I used to. I also tend to stick to pieces that have special meaning to me rather than something that matches the outfit I am wearing.

I am a big fan of personalized jewelry. I have several pieces with either my children’s and husband’s name or initials engraved on it, their birthstones or something else that has personal meaning to me.

Many months ago I received a beautiful necklace from Isabelle Grace Jewelry. It was a simple necklace with a charm on it that read “To the Moon and Back.” It also featured a little golden moon on it.

I love that saying, “I love you to the moon and back.” I have said that to my kids many times over the years – and to my husband too. When ever I think about that saying I think of my kids when they were little. They are teenagers now and I miss those days when they were still little children.

This is what my necklace looked like.

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It was such a pretty necklace. I have a thick neck and it still fit me just fine. It was a perfect length too.

Because of the coloring it matched with just about anything I wore.

Sadly my necklace broke. It got caught in my hair (unbeknownst to me at the time). When I went to pull my hair up to put it in a ponytail I didn’t know it was snagged on my hair. When I encountered the snag my first impulse was to pull harder – which I did – and in doing so I broke the chain.

Sigh…

I knew I could fix it with another “jump ring.” I intended to take a ring from a necklace I didn’t wear much to fix the chain.

I put the necklace in my coat pocket until I got home. When I got home I totally forgot about it (I’m a mom – I’m always being pulled in a million directions). A few days later I remembered that I needed to fix the necklace, but when I went to retrieve it from my coat pocket it was GONE.

I looked everywhere for it. I have never been able to find it. The only thing I can assume is that it got caught on my car keys when I put them in my coat pocket and when I took the keys out they probably fell out. That means the necklace could have been anywhere – our parking lot, the parking lot at work, in a store… I have no clue.

It’s not easy to do a review on a product no longer in your possession, but I can tell you for the few weeks that I did have it I loved it. It was made very well (despite me yanking it off my neck with my hair). And it was so lovely. I wish I still had it. I would be wearing it today if I did.

Isabelle Grace Jewelry offers a beautiful section of personalized jewelry, including jewelry for men and children.

Here is just a little tease of the wonderful jewelry found at Isabella Grace Jewelry.

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Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are both coming up in the next couple of months. What mother wouldn’t appreciate a personalized piece of jewelry to celebrate her special day. Or how about a “Super Dad” key chain for that special day in your life.

Communion/Confirmation season is also upon us. We already have our first invitation to our neighbor’s communion. I already have my eye on this necklace for her.

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If personalized jewelry is not you thing, Isabelle Grace Jewelry also carries plenty of non-personalized jewelry to choose from too.

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I LOVE the leaf earrings.

Isabelle Grace Jewelry is not that expensive either. Many pieces are in the $25 – $50 range.

Personalized jewelry is made to order. Non-personalized jewelry ships quickly.

If you would like to learn more about Isabelle Grace Jewelry, or to check out their jewelry for gifts (or for yourself) visit www.IsabelleGraceJewelry.com. You can also find the brand on social media. All of their links are found on the bottom right of their website.

What do you think about Isabelle Grace Jewelry? Did one of the pieces catch your eye?

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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