Leaf Chandelier Earrings Review & Mother’s Day GIVEAWAY!! Ends May 20th

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I am super excited about this Blue Nile earring review and you should be also! Not only did I get one for myself, but also one to give to one of you. Excited yet? I figured!

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I really like the look of these super light and fun to wear earrings. You can wear them when you are dressing up for a nice elegant look or wear them to the PTA meeting. The size is great and super lightweight for everyday wear if wanted.

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If you want to wear your hair up they have just enough sparkle to get attention without any gaudiness.  Like to wear your hair down? No problem! Like I said, great for everything!

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This amazing giveaway is brought to you by Blue Nile. It’s their way of saying “THANK YOU” to moms for all that they do. Being a mom is a 24/7 job with great benefits! Not all moms get the appreciation they always deserve so these earrings just might do the trick. If you are like me than you can never have too much jewelry.

If you totally LOVE the look of these earrings and want to WIN make sure you hurry and enter below. Keep for yourself or give to another very deserving mom. These Blue Nile earrings are sure to bring a smile to any moms face time and time again!

Just in case 1 pair isn’t enough you can buy them now! Blue Nile wants to show you even more “THANKS” by giving you an amazing 10% off their site! Just simply use coupon code momgift13 at checkout.

Enter to win your own pair:
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I was not compensated for performing this review. I received one or more products mentioned for free to conduct my review. The statements expressed by me in this post are my own personal and honest opinions of this product.


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  1. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I learned not to stress about the future and worry about today.

  2. To be honest

  3. Darlene Owen says:

    I learned to forgive and forget from my mother.

  4. Vicki Hale says:

    My mother taught me to never give up, to just do what needs to be done and get on with it. She is a great inspiration. Vicki

  5. jeanette sheets says:

    to always be honest and help people

  6. Debby Chandler says:

    I learned from my mother to be independent.

  7. Jill W. says:

    Always tell the truth and you will be respected!

  8. I learned patience from my father and to really listen to a person from my mother.

  9. Belinda Parker says:

    I learned patience from my mother and how to be a great listener from my dad. Among so many other things that make me who I am..

  10. Maryann D. says:

    These are so pretty and would make a wonderful gift. I would definitely wear them to a wedding or special event.
    My mother always taught me to try my best at everything I do.

  11. These are so pretty. They would be a perfect gift for my best friend. She has been through a lot, she deserves something this nice.

  12. Maryann D. says:

    Blue Nile seems to have wonderful jewelry. It does look well made and lovely to wear.

  13. I learned that family is important.

  14. Those are beautiful – they almost make me wish that I still had my ears pierced.

  15. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I learned to treat others as I would have them treat me and to be honest.

  16. Linda Bradshaw says:

    These are so pretty. I would love to give these to my sister. She deserves them.

  17. Andrea v says:

    Patience and how to save money.

  18. David A says:

    I would love to give them to my mother-in-law. She is an amazing woman!! who has become a guiding light in my life.

  19. Cheryl Abdelnour says:

    My Mom always said to hang around with good people.

  20. judy gardner says:

    how to crochet

  21. Allison P says:

    To always be honest

  22. gretchen lucas says:

    I learned how to cook from my mother,and I am so happy that she did that!

  23. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I learned to treat people respectfully

  24. Thomas Murphy says:

    I learned to work hard from my mom

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