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Lauren Nicole Rivew & Giveaway


Jewelry is such a personal thing already, we all have different styles and likes. When you are looking for a personalized piece it only gets that much harder. Recently I found a company that offers customized jewelry just the way you want it. Lauren Nicole Gifts has a great new gift that is great for any occasion, their Victorian Wax Seal Initial Necklaces. This sterling silver necklace measures 18" with a 3/4" wax seal stamped charm and a freshwater pearl. I was pleasantly pleased by the quality of this necklace, it is very elegantly made but can be worn with just about anything. Lauren Nicole Gifts would love to offer one of these amazing necklaces to one of my great readers. To enter just select which option you would like to enter on the Rafflercopter below :O) Or enter them all! 


a Rafflecopter giveaway 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

KyhasMom1 said…
I would really love to win this for myself!
Karen F said…
Win it for myself & my daughter ... we have the same initial.
Unknown said…
I'd get it for myself! It's really cute!
Sherrie C. said…
I'd love to win this for my daughter-in-law

Thanks for the giveaway :)

callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com
renata said…
Would love one for myself with "R" ;)
G said…
My daughter would love this!
Re said…
this would be a b'day gift for myself!
c allen said…
i would love this for my daughter thanks crystal allen
Amy D said…
I want to winnnn!
Sam Buck said…
I'd like it for myself with my son's initial!
judy gardner said…
i would like to get it for my mom

velvetelvis46@yahoo.com
Unknown said…
I would win this for my sister.

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