Friday, February 7, 2014

Giveaway: Hello, Sweet Love stamped jewelry!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED -- WINNER ANNOUNCED BELOW!

I've told you before I love Valentine's Day (I know that makes me crazy-chick material to some of you) and it's true; I do! Red and pink, cute hearts everywhere, chocolate, lurrrrve ... what's not to enjoy about February 14?

Today, I want to focus on the love aspect of Valentine's Day. Specifically, charity and service. Because that's what this giveaway is all about.

My dear friend Brittani started her company, Hello Sweet Love, in an effort to help those in need. It all began with her little brother Dayne, who suffers from both a brittle bone disease called osteogenesis imperfect as well as spina bifida. She started making and selling her beautiful hand-stamped jewelry to raise funds for his medical procedures, but it branched out from there. She now features a different person every month and the proceeds of her jewelry go to support that person's needs. This is straight from her Web site and explains the purpose of Hello, Sweet Love better than I can:

"Our goal ... is two things. One, to sell beautiful handmade jewelry designed by you at prices that you will love. I have for years wanted a necklace with my children's names on it. I Googled and Googled and tried to find something I could afford on a law school budget (HA!) and was so sad at what I was seeing. So we are offering beautiful jewelry that anyone can afford. So now, I have my necklace and I love it.

"Secondly, why not give back if we can? As previously posted, we mentioned that we would be sponsoring people that are nominated by people that read our blog.  What we do is we design a piece of jewelry specific to the recipient's situation and sell it, giving more that 50 percent of the profits to them!"


It's pretty incredible what Brittani does with her talents. I, too, own one of Brittani's beautiful pieces and I wear it fondly:



Today, I am excited to announce in honor of the Month of Love, I'm giving away one of Brittani's customizable antique heart "Love You Forever" necklaces! Check out this beauty:


This customizable antique heart pendant is 1.5" and comes on a 23" chain.  It is accompanied by a small red bead that is perfect for Valentine's Day.


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23 comments:

  1. I love the single circle "happy in love" necklace. :) So cute.

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  2. Oh, I love the name bars. I love being able to wear Kale's name around my neck, and would love to add my other kids!

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  3. I like the single circle. Simple and lovely.

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  4. The name bars necklace is my favorite!

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  5. I like the layered circle necklace, beautiful

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  6. I love the "Fierce" stacked circles or the Customizable Antique Heart. So cute!

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  7. The stacked circles was lovely.

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  8. I love this!!! If I win I will give it to my daughter. My dad just died on January 28 and he gave my grandddaughter, his great-granddaughter, a book called I will Love you Forever, I will like you for always as long as I'm living my baby you will be.

    This has just made me cry.....

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  9. Love the customizable antique heart necklace. It's so pretty and I'd wear it every day!

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  10. The Love You Forever Necklace is a beautiful piece of jewelry!

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  11. My favorite is the customizable antique heart necklace. I would get my sons name on it.

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  12. I hope that I win. I love the leather cuff!

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  13. I love so many things! I love the charm bracelet. I hope I win!

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  14. This is so great! I love leather cuffs, but I'm digging this necklace.

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  15. I love the marathon necklace. I have completed one marathon and planning on doing my second this fall (with a better time!!) I

    jewellery fashion

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