February 14, 2014 | 34 Comments
Happy Valentine’s Day, loves! When we spotted this sweet initial necklace with heart charm over at Ava Hope Designs, it was love at first sight. This lightweight, perfect-for-everyday-wear necklace features you and your special someone’s initials, separated by a heart (or ampersand) on a 14k gold chain. This necklace can be worn alone or as a layered piece. I think it makes a fantastic gift for the bride-to-be to wear before and after her wedding day. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve teamed up with the lovely Terri of Ava Hope Designs to offer an initial necklace to one lucky reader. Read on to find out more + enter for your chance to win!
Initial Necklace with Heart
This initial necklace with heart (or ampersand) is available in gold or silver. It’s a tiny necklace, measuring only 6mm wide x 5mm high, which means it pairs beautifully with any style. The necklace features two gold plated initials in your choice with a rose gold heart in the middle.
Here’s an example of the initial necklace in silver:
Prefer an ampersand in the middle? Here it is in gold:
Isn’t this a sweet gift? I absolutely love it… and now you can enter for a chance to win one!
Initial Necklace with Heart – Giveaway!
o Enter between 2/14-2/20/14 (11:59pm EST)
o Winner will be randomly selected and announced on 2/21; winner announced on this blog post and emailed
o Winner has 72 hours to respond to email or new winner will be selected
o Shipping included to U.S. only
o No purchase necessary
o Prize value: $32 | No cash value
o Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win
o Winner will receive one (1) initial necklace with his or her choice of: initials – gold or silver – heart or ampersand (if ampersand, initials are in gold only)
o Use entry form below to enter
P.S. Still need a gift for Valentine’s Day? This is easy to make (and oh-so-sweet!)
P.S.S. Ava Hope Designs is a Featured Artisan at Emmaline Bride! See her work + other fantastic artisans in The Marketplace!
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