Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Giveaway: Bezales Personalized Necklace

Here is a fantastic giveaway, just in time for Mother's Day!

Let me tell you, I am so jealous that one of you are going to win a Bezales necklace! I will just have to put a bug in my husband's ear for mother's day!

After seeing these necklaces up close at our last conference, all 3 of us were so impressed. The idea is so unique, taking a treasured family photo and turning it into a necklace! It is easy to do, quick and inexpensive! Not to even mention, it will become a treasured keepsake!

Here is a little about the company:

"Bezales is not your ordinary company. And the driving force behind Bezales is certainly not your average corporate leader. Instead, the Bezales story is about family, values, hard work and creativity — not to mention the vision of a 16-year old entrepreneur. Meghan Hirschmann is that entrepreneur, a high school student and member of the track team who also happens to make one of a kind keepsake necklaces. By incorporating your most treasured photos, designs or even your children's artwork, she will turn that into your favorite piece of jewelry...a photo keepsake pendant (in four distinct styles) that will turn heads everywhere you go. You simply upload your image at bezales.com and she handles the rest. Each piece comes beautifully giftwrapped and can be drop-shipped anywhere...even with a personalized note from you! Please visit bezales.com to order in time for Mother's Day, and you can also follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/bezales



To enter this contest and win a great gift for yourself or your mom for Mother's day just leave a comment and answer one of the following questions:

What is one of your favorite memories from being a mom?

What is a favorite memory growing up, with your mom?




This contest will end on Sunday night, April 4th at midnight. I will then use a random number generator to pick our winner! They will be contacted on Monday, April 5th.

Good luck ladies!


Please check out bezales website and pick up a unique gift for someone in your family!

29 comments:

Haggermaker4 said...

I have too many "favorite" memories of my Mom and my Children. Although, I can tell you that they are my best friends and they are so very precious to me :)

Thank you for the chance to win a beautiful necklace from Bezales :)

Tona Haggermaker
haggermaker4@yahoo.com

Tami said...

Great giveaway!

A couple of my happiest memories were when I found out (both times) that I was pregnant with my children. It was very hard for me to conceive. After much hard work (hee hee), it was so wonderful to give birth to two healthy babies. My "baby" will turn 7 in May and my older son will turn an unbelievable 13 this October!

Tami said...

My email for the above post from "Tami" is wrose14@carolina.rr.com

My blog is Tami's Kitchen Table Talk. http://tamiskitchentabletalk.blogspot.com/

I wasn't signed in to my Blogger account for my previous post.

Sorry!
Tami

The Gosfam said...

My favorite memory of being a mom, is when I had my first daughter. The pregnancy was GREAT, the labor and delivery was quick, and I was so happy when I got to put her in my arms. I was THEN a MOM!!


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Sheila said...

Laughing together - whether in the car, in the kitchen - wherever. Just the moments when we have fun together.

Gretchen Magruder said...

So hard to choose...but this week I had an especially sweet one as my 7 year old daughter who was adopted a little over a year ago realized, "mom! I held your hand!". It was the first time SHE initiated hand-holding with me instead of me grabbing her hand.

Kathryn said...

When my eldest was little I always use to go into her room in the morning and say good morning gorgeous! She talked very early and I will never forget going into her room one morning (she was about 18 months old), she took one look at me and said good morning gorgeous!!

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the Nixes said...

My favorite memories with my mom growing up were probably baking Christmas cookies or other things together. It was a great time just to spend us two.

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anna said...

Every moment is precious with my daughter... But when she was able to come to me on her own and hug me and give me a kiss just melted my heart. She was about 18 months old then.
anna

Ashley said...

One of my favorite memories of being a mom is when my daughter said her first word ('da-da'). It wasn't my name, but I remember thinking, "You're a genius!" (even though she was right on with other kids her age) Still, I was so proud.

Jennifer said...

I have lots of good memories with my mom and now many as I am a mom myself now....
one of my favorites from growing up was when my mom read to me.
I hope my daughter grows up to have the same fond memory of reading with me.

Jen Gould
jlynngould@gmail.com

stacey said...

I love it when my kids request books for me to read to them, or in the case of the just-turned-one year old, scoot over to me with a book in hand. It's been a recent happening, and as a mom who studied literacy for part of her master's degree, I couldn't be happier. :) Love these two kids. And love these necklaces!

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Mrs. White's Pantry said...

One of my favorite memories from being a mom is when the boys wake up early and climb into my bed to cuddle before it's time to get up.

Samantha said...

I love those moments with Charlie (about 15 months old) when he toddles to me when I come home from work and he shrieks my name. He makes me all warm and fuzzy inside!!

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awoitkowski said...

I know this may sound weird, but my best moments/memories of both of my kids is when I hold them and smell their hair. It always brings me back to the day they were born and I held them for the first time and smelled their sweet baby smell. They're now 6 and 4 but they'll always be my babies ;)

Beth said...

I love being a mom so much. My favorite times are right when they get out of the tub. They are so happy and smell so good.

When I was younger my mom had a way of stroking my hair behind my ear and it felt so comforting.

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Meghan Jacoby Rapp said...

My favorite memory is laying down next to my daughter while she takes a nap. She is almost one and although I know I won't be able to do this too much longer, I know it will be one of my most cherished memories of her when she was a baby. (I'm sure it won't be possible when I have more than one child)

Faith said...

One of my favorite things to do with my daughters is tucking them into bed. No interuptions, no electronic devices. Just them saying their prayers, telling me about their day and why they can't wait till tomorrow! I would LOVE to win :)

Amanda
akingfi at hotmail dot com

(Faith is my daughter and this is her google acct I'm signed in with)

Cindy said...

wow - too many favorites to count - just tonight my two littles were walking in front of my husband and I in the store, holding each others hands and just being cute (they are 3 and almost 2 yr old boys). My favorite daily time is when my sons wake up - the 3 yr old climbs out of his bed and comes into our room to say morning, and the baby yells "Morning!" from his crib.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Carolina girl said...

My kids love to do crafts, and those are always fun times. But I also love just snuggling with them anytime they are willing. :)

Jeff, Amber, Emalyne, Jael and Jethro said...

My favorite memories of my mom were all of the fun creative things she would do for us. Like one year for my birthday she recreated the whole party into a game show it was quite hoot bidding on my play kitchen set.

As for my own children 5, 3 and 1 I adore so much about them especially their first smiles or when they voluntarily tell you how much they love you, their laughter and hugs, I wouldn't trade the world for them.

Brooke said...

Picking out new easter dress, hat and white gloves.

Scott said...

My very favorite memories of my Mom are when she was cooking dinner in the kitchen and then we would all sit down to a delicious meal together... These are also my best memories with my family today... The best time of day for me is always 4:00 when I start dinner preparations for my family and then we all sit down for a meal...precious times..precious family...precious memories..always.

Jill Nicol

(Proud Mother of Sarah from the Frugal Table)

charryse said...

One of my all time favorite moments of being a mom is when my daughter said "I love you" back to me for the first time. Now, she randomly tells me she loves me and it almost always melts my heart. She's only 2 and I know someday she may not be so quick to tell me. One can always hope.

Kelly Polizzi said...

my favorite memories of my mom are cooking with her in the kitchen, making rock cakes. My mom was the best cook!

Kelly

kelly.polizzi@gmail.com

Robin and Stephen said...

My favorite memory with my mother was when she taught me how to make bread as a little girl. A recent funny memory of my mother was when my husband I drove overnight (24 hrs)from California to Arkansas to surprise our families because my grandfather wasn't doing so well. My husband and I got in the trunk of my sister's car to surprise them. My mom jumped up and down like a little a little school girl (as my husband likes to describe her)! It was great! Such a lasting memory! You can read it here on my blog if you would like...http://robinandstephenfulton.blogspot.com/2010/03/24-hour-drive-surprise.html

Robin_d31(at)hotmail(dot)com

Renee said...

I would love to win this. My favorite memory of being a mom so far is when I was pregnant with son number 2 and number 1 would love on my belly("my brother in there"). It was so sweet he loved his baby brother before he even knew him. He such a wonderful and sweet big brother.

hair said...

LY COW!! I so thought I entered already!
My favorite memory of being one is Punk laying in bed with me telling me how beautiful life is. LOL

With my mom, it was shopping at a very young age. It was the only time she ever seemed happy.

Preemie Miracle said...

Mine favorite memory is bringing him home. He was in the NICU for 93 days and has since had 9 brain surgeries. I NEVER thought that day would come that I was able to walk out the door with a baby.

What a awesome giveaway!

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