I have always loved wearing necklaces. I am not one to change my earrings very often and since I got married a *few* years ago, I don’t rotate my rings very much, either. Necklaces are the perfect way for me to add some flare to my wardrobe and show my personality.
I can remember the first time I saw hand stamped jewelry. It was simple, beautiful, and totally my style. I have collected a few hand stamped necklaces over the years. Interestingly, though, I have searched for years (literally) for a design that could feature all 5 of my kids’ names. I didn’t find one that I liked until I found this personalized mothers necklace from By Hannah Design:
I couldn’t be happier with the design and quality of this necklace that Hannah created for me. I have worn it around town and to church AND to my recent trip to the Blogalicious conference in Washington DC, where I got several compliments and questions about my necklace.
It was a hit, and I felt great wearing it.
Don’t have 5 kids like me? By Hannah Design has a ton of gorgeous personalized necklaces, including mothers’ necklaces, designs to raise awareness, police/military necklaces, and gorgeous teachers necklaces.
Here are a few of By Hannah Design’s other necklaces:
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Disclosure: By Hannah Design sent me a personalized mothers necklace to review, but the thoughts and opinions included in this post are, as always, completely my own.