Friday Giveaway!

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Hello darlings!  Do you recall my gushing about the cuteness of A Little Pearl’s designs recently?  Well the oh-so-generous Amber contacted me and has offered to giveaway a necklace to one lucky Neo-Trad!  The winner will receive one gold-filled circle charm stamped with a name, initial, date or phrase hung on an 18″ gold-filled ball chain.  To enter please visit A Little Pearl’s charming Etsy shop and then leave a comment below.  I’ll be selecting a winner at random at noon EST on Sunday April 4th.

UPDATE: The winner is Ashley, I emailed her this afternoon.  Thank you everyone for entering.  Do keep A Little Pearl in mind when making future jewelry purchases! xo Katie

76 comments on “Friday Giveaway!

  1. Maria

    I saw these before and loved them, they are so simple and elegant. I would get my middle name (Idis), the only other people I have met with the name are my mom and grandmother. It would be a great way to have them with me all the time (As they both live in Nicaragua).

  2. Anna-Maria

    I’ve been lusting after these on etsy for a while now. Cheesy, but I’d have my wedding date (08 01 09) b/c it was such an incredible day

  3. Nichole

    What a cute & fun etsy shop– I love how unique and completely handcrafted these are!

    Not as original as some of the other ladies’ fantastic ideas, but I would get my initials stamped–NRM.

  4. Lindsay

    I l.o.v.e. these! Their simplicity is wonderful! I would get “Just Be.” stamped on mine.

  5. Brandi

    This giveaway is fantastic, though I have to be honest: I wouldn’t keep it for myself. One of my friends just had her first child and I’d love to surprise her with her son’s name and such a pretty piece of jewelry.

  6. Samantha

    my inscription:
    “J (heart symbol) S” and/or
    “semper et aeturnum” (always and forever, in latin)

    Boyfriend has been with me through thick and thin: family deaths + tragedies, getting kicked out of college and getting back in, losing a baby, helping me recover from alcoholism, and with each day the list grows longer.

    You see, we’re old fashioned; we’ve been together for years but agreed we wouldn’t get married until we’re both done with school. So, this past year, he gave me a promise ring. It’s actually the Finn heart knot ring (because after you posted it, I fell in love with it). He’s not a jewelry kind of guy so this would be like my version of a promise ring for him. I get to wear something beautiful and display to all how much I love him.

  7. Merritt

    Ooh, how pretty! If I were to win I would want to stamp “Let It Be” onto the necklace. I follow this piece of advice via John, Paul, George and Ringo in several of life’s situations, so it’s important to me. Thanks for the opportunity, Katie.

  8. nicolette

    oh i want one!! i’d probably give it to my mom for mother’s day and put LOVE on it! *crossing fingers to win*

  9. the NEO-traditionalist Post author

    Samantha,
    Your comment was so touching! Thank you for sharing. Love that you got the Finn ring as well. Clearly you deserve it! I have the platinum/diamond one and I think people get so confused because it’s not a traditional solitaire engagement ring. It’s so much more “me” though and the girls at Finn were so wonderful…it was such a fun personal experience picking it out : ) Anyway, I’m going to fire you an email…
    xoxo Katie

  10. Sarah Esther

    I have really loved reading everyone’s responses. It’s so neat to see what words we use to describe the things most touching to us! I would do three charms and put “Remember the rising” on them (one word per, of course!) In this spirit of Easter weekend, and bc it’s something personal that I should be more aware of! Thankful for Jesus rising, and what it means. So that’s definitely the words!

  11. Katie

    Beautiful! I’ve been swooning over their designs for a while now. Just wanted to pop in and say, “hello!”. I’m currently in SF so if you move back we should have a blogger meet-up sometime.

    All the best & Happy Easter,
    Katie

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