Any girl would tell you that they love jewelry and if they say otherwise then they are lying. In my opinion, jewelry really shows off your personality. It could be that you like simple pieces or something a little bit more bold. Whatever the case, I think it’s a must-have for any wardrobe and it’s my favorite part of getting ready.
As soon as I received the turtle pendant, I fell in love with this piece of jewelry. It’s so simple and beautiful that it can be worn on a daily basis or on a special day out. There is something so beautiful about sea turtles that just mesmerizes me.
I love this necklace even more because my honeymoon was in Maui and just looking at this piece of jewelry reminds me of Hawaii. Everything about Hawaii is absolutely gorgeous so in my opinion this also applies to the jewelry.
Why wait until a special occasion to get jewelry? Don’t wait to give someone a special gift but if you do want to wait, then get it now and save it for Christmas. I think it would be a perfect Christmas gift for your mom, sister, aunt or anyone in the family.
Are your ready to own a turtle pendant? Feel free to visit their website. They carry earring, rings, bracelets and so much more.
If you would like to win a turtle necklace, please enter the giveaway for your chance to win your very own turtle pendant.
One lucky Charis by Design reader will win a Honolulu Jewelry Turtle Pendant Necklace!! This giveaway is open to US residents only. 18+ until 11:59PM EST November 12, 2014. No PO Boxes. Entering this giveaway means that you accept both my rules & disclosure. I will notify winner via e-mail and they will have 24 hours to reply before I am forced to redraw winners. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. This contest is not affiliated with Facebook, twitter, or Pinterest in any way.
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