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Diva Dangler Earring of the Month Club

I know as a mom I rarely do anything for myself. time, money, urge.........you know what I am talking about ;o) Recently I was given the chance to review the Diva Dangler Earring of the Month Club. Now I'll admit normally I would walk through store and see these earrings never stopping to even look at them. "they aren't my style" I tell myself thinking I could never pull them off. I have to admit I am in LOVE with these earrings! I have never owned a dangley pair of earrings so this was a first for me. These are light weight and well made, which is a big plus for me since I didn't want to have pulling down of the ears, they are big enough already.lol

Adorable bag is great for gift giving
The Diva Dangler Earring of the Month Club is a great treat for yourself at only $9.95 a  month. With school coming up it would also be a great gift to give! When you cannot be there with your college student this would be a great way to show her that little bit of love everything month. For more information about the Earring of the Month Club by www.DivaDangler.com make sure to check out their website. You can cancel at any time and with a 100% LOVE IT guarantee what could be better?? Well ok so it can get a little better ;o0 they are offering my readers free shipping plus 2 free months when you join! Use Code LIFE and you'll get free shipping for the life of the Club plus 2 months free! Order at www.divadangler.com or call 802-233-2431.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

TheAtticGirl said…
Neat idea; wish I could afford to do something like that for myself. :)
Well that's a cool idea! Very practical present if you ask me! :)
Blessings!
Never thought about earring every month....ummmmm. Is that you in the picture!!!!! cute girl..
Mellissa said…
That is me :O) thanks that really cheers me up
Mellissa said…
I allow myself $20 a month(usually I end up buying crap) so I figure hey why not hehe
hippie_mom said…
Those are so cute! I used to love chandlier type earrings until I had babies, but since my youngest is almost 3 it's time to wear them again. at less than $10/mo that's a great deal!
Allyson Bossie said…
Such a great idea for those who wear earrings and $10 a month isn't too bad of a price. I can't wear earrings thanks to severe allergies to everything from gold to silver to platinum, but one of my daughters is able to wear them!
Mellissa said…
Yes! My youngest is almost 5 so luckily we are past that stage in life.lol
Unknown said…
$10 a month is amazing! I can't wait for Ryland to stop grabbing at my danglies so I can wear them around him! :) Those are cute on you! :)
LOVE MELISSA:) said…
What a great idea and the cost is amazing!! Thanks for sharing!
Unknown said…
wow thanks for sharing I'm going to sign up! :D
RenĂ©e said…
melissa look how cute you are :) the earrings look great!
Amanda Tempel said…
I recently got these for review too; they are so cute, and I love how lightweight they are ^.^
Unknown said…
Those earrings are so cute! Even if I can't wear them until LO gets older, they are still great gift ideas. :D
Julie said…
Very cute! Love the bag!
Irene said…
Hi Shari - Call me at 802-233-2431 or email me at irene@divadangler.com and I will give you a great deal on our Earring Club. You will love getting a fun surprise each month delivered right to your door. Looking forward to hearing from you! - Irene at www.divadanglerc.com

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