One day a year to honor mothers and to mark their importance to families and society…
For a mother, though, every day is Mother’s Day.
You know what I mean, right?
Every day is a day in which mothers the world over love, guide, and raise their children.
Every day is a day in which mothers hold their children in their thoughts and their hearts.
Every day is a day in which a mother’s influence is felt in the thoughts and actions of her children.
As a society, we celebrate mothers once a year.
We aim for meaningful gifts :: handmade artwork and presents from the kids, heartfelt cards, gifts of time, love, and beauty.
How about a piece of personalized jewelry?
Something attractive that you can wear every day as a celebration and personal reminder about who you are and what you hold important.
I love my Roots and Wings necklace from Heart & Stone. It wasn’t a Mother’s Day gift but to me it represents motherhood and what I stand for.
Personalized Mothers Day Jewelry
Julie Booras, jewelry designer and owner of Heart and Stone Jewelry, one of my blog sponsors, makes heirloom quality jewelry from recycled silver and natural gemstones. With her custom-made charm necklaces, you have the versatility to add and rearrange items and even to wear at different lengths.
Here are some examples of Heart & Stone Jewelry:
If you’d like to order personalized Mothers Day jewelry as a gift for yourself or a loved one, head over to Heart and Stone Jewelry to see what feels meaningful to you.
Heart and Stone Jewelry is offering a $100 gift certificate to one lucky winner to use towards the purchase of her unique, personalize jewelry.
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To enter the giveaway, head over to Heart and Stone Jewelry to do some window shopping. Come back here and leave a comment to this post by Monday, May 5th at 11:59pm EST saying what you would choose if you won or something you like in particular. Then tell the rafflecopter widget that you left a comment and are entering the giveaway. Winner will be chosen randomly by Rafflecopter and announced here on May 6th. Giveaway open to readers in the US.
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