Welcome to the "Apparel for All" Giveaway Hop hosted by Heather from Mommy's Favorite Things and Michelle from Mama's Baby Cupcakes. This hop has a Clothing/Accessories Theme, and each blog has a minimum prize package of $25 per winner. After visiting my giveaway, make sure you use the linky below to take a look at the other blogs to see what they have to offer for you! Be sure to check out the Grand Prize on Mama's Baby Cupcakes blog for a chance to win from Mama's Jewelry, a site developed by Central Diamond Center to bring customized, gemstone jewelry often referred to as Mother's Jewelry, Family Jewelry or Birthstone Jewelry.
Mama's Jewelry is a site developed by Central Diamond Center to bring customized, gemstone jewelry (often referred to as Mother's Jewelry, Family Jewelry or Birthstone Jewelry) to you with an easy-to-use ring and pendant builder so you can see exactly what your special piece of jewelry will look like when you receive it.
I reviewed this beautiful Princess Ring you see above with four birthstones for our little girls. It's a new favorite piece of jewelry I now own and it'll be cherished always. When I look at the ring it makes me smile because I know it's solely for my children and they're the reason I breathe.
This ring is currently available in sterling silver and yellow, white, and rose 10k or 14k gold. You can further personalize this lovely ring by selecting the number and type of gemstones, the ring size, and choosing between natural and imitation gemstones. Gold options allow you to select CZ or Diamond side stones as well. As you customize the ring the prize does go up depending on your selections. The main things are size and if you choose natural or imitation stones. This ring starts at $89 which a good price for something so personal and special to the person receiving the product.
ENTER BELOW TO WIN THIS RING PERSONALIZED FOR YOU!
OPEN TO US AND CANADA
RESIDENTS 18YRS+, VOID WHERE PROHIBITED
Mama's Baby Cupcakes, Mommy's Favorite Things and the "Apparel for All" participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.