I used to wear jewellery all the time before I had The Boy; my bracelet watch, bracelets, necklaces and my engagement ring would be a regular occurence. When he was a baby, I stopped wearing everything bar my wedding ring because we all know the gunk that ends up in engagement rings and are too often garroted by babies grabbing that shiny thing around our neck.
Recently, I've rediscovered my love of the shiny and glittery things locked away in my jewellery box and they are starting to sneak back on a bit more. When I was asked if I'd like to review a shamballa bracelet by cutey I was more than happy to accept; anything to bring a little colour and sparkle into these
grey Winter Summer days.
The shamballa bracelets by cutey are inspired by the mythical kingdom known as Sambhala in Buddhism. As it is regarded as a place of peace and happiness, thecuteyshamballa bracelets are designed to bring a little happiness. The nine beads are made from clay and then encrusted with sparkling colourful beads. The best bit about the bracelets is that they are adjustable so will fit the tiniest of wrists right up to chunky forearms like mine.
Priced at £18.99 I think these sturdy and well made bracelets are a lovely treat for us mums and would also make a lovely gift. They are available in a variety of colours, something to suit every outfit.
The lovely folk at cuteyhave joined forces with me to offer one lucky reader of TheBoyandMe the chance to win one of their shamballa bracelets (as pictured below), worth £18.99.
To be in with a chance of winning this, please complete all aspects of the Rafflecopter form. Incomplete entries will be deleted.