OK everyone, get ready, because this is a good one. Dads! Don’t look away. You have a wife. She cares about this “stuff”, and you could get win a dynamite gift FOR FREE.
My sister’s sister-in-law, Stephanie, is a Jewel Kade Stylist, and is making a guest appearance this week on Wisdom Comes Suddenly to offer us a chance to win jewelry. JEWELRY. Um? Yum!
I’ve known Stephanie since college (20 years ago! Wha?), and we’ve had the joy of sharing in each others journeys, not to mention, we’re both proud Aunts to one very cool kid, whom you know as Cousin Avery. Weddings, the birth of Avery, the birth of my 2 daughters and her 2 children…we’ve eaten A LOT of cake together, this much I know.
Some insights into JK Jewelry from Stephanie:
I have to tell you, I was not a “jewelry person” before JK entered my world. I wore my diamond studs my husband bought me for an anniversary, my wedding rings, and sometimes a watch. I signed on as a Stylist in Oct 2011 sight unseen. I had a catalog in my hands and that was it. I didn’t even bothering ordering something first. I saw a catalog, thought the product looked beautiful and nothing like other stuff I had seen at parties, knew that no one (about 6 other people) was selling it in the Indy area, and decided to go for it. I love it! Our most popular item and what we are “known” for is our high quality, handmade photo charms. They are beautiful and convey so many different emotions for so many people. Mom’s wear them of their children, Grandmother’s of their grandchildren, orders come in with photos of grandparents gone, husbands away on military duty, babies lost too soon, wedding photos, etc, etc. Women wear these photo charms because they can keep their loved ones close to their heart. I LOVE that!
We’ve been coined “Jewelry with a Soul” due to our soulful designs, and each piece is handmade in Alpine, Utah, with no two pieces alike. Intriguing designs, cutting edge fashion – our founder and designer, Janet Kinkade, has a pulse on not only her surroundings and the world around her, but an innate ability to capture the most precious things in life. Between glass. Heirloom quality. Her desire to create memories prompted her to launch our “Poetry” Custom Canvas collection for the home.
So, without further adieu:
One lucky WCS reader will receive a small ball chain of her choice (18 or 24 inch, options: stainless steel, antique brass, antique gold, or antique copper), and a Kate Stamp (7 character max in either Pewter or Gold) OR a small ball chain of her choice, one stamped initial oval or circle (Pewter or Gold), and one Swarovski birthstone crystal.
There are 4 ways to enter (and you will receive an entry for each thing you do):
(1) Visit Stephanie’s Jewel Kade site, pick a favorite product, and leave a comment here telling me about it.
(2) Like her FB page, come back here and leave a comment.
(3) Like MY FB page, and leave a comment here.
(4) Decide the best way to get discounts on cool stuff is to host a party, and contact Stephanie regarding potentially hosting, and leave a comment here.
Jewel Kade Jewelry also has a new line of Custom Canvas Poetry (because I need one more place to see my writing!), which is 20% this month. Stephanie would be happy to help you design one.
I hope everyone has fun with this one, because really, what’s more fun than personalized jewelry? The contest will run until Sunday, March 10th, 8 pm, EST. I will draw a winner via a random number generator and announce it here! If you’d like a testmonial, Aunt Jenny had a necklace made for Sara stamped with both “Sara” and “Brave”. Does she love it? She won’t TAKE IT OFF. It is probably the most thoughtful and apropos gift anyone has ever given her. Enjoy!!
Notice to the Blogging Secret Police: I was not paid in any way for this giveaway, not even in cake. I’m not even a big cake person, if you must know. I actually do things just because I like my friends, and guess what? When they want to give my super cool readers free stuff? I’m OK with that. I know you’re worried I’m getting rich here in my living room, selling my tens of friends things against their will, but you can relax. I’m pretty sure my cats have more disposable income than I do.