Sunday, February 5, 2012

Review & Giveaway - WaterHorse Studios

Tiffany at WaterHorse Studios serves up the cutest wish bracelets. I'm so excited to be hosting this review & giveaway with Tiffany.


The bracelet Tiffany sent me for review - so beautiful !

Not only are WaterHorse bracelets cute for Valentine's Day or as best friends bracelets; they are a sentimental piece of jewelry. Many people, buy for friends, loved ones, family members or groups of people with similar interests, such as marathon runners, breast cancer survivors and even book clubs. They also buy them to cheer up a sad friend, remember a pasted loved one or give as a gift to someone fighting a disability or disease.


Water HorseStudios has adorable Beach inspired packaging.

Tiffany often calls them memory bracelets or encouragement bracelets because... "How can you not smile when you open the package and see this cute tiny little heart staring back at you?".

The most common misunderstanding about these bracelets is, how to tie the knot so that it stays on for awhile. Try tying it in a double square knot, very tightly. They can stay on for as little as a week, up to a year, in water and out, generally 4-5 months.

Every bracelet is offered with an optional sterling silver clasp for a small additional fee of $3.00. Materials used are pure natural silk cord and solid silver. There are many more wish bracelets in the shop if hearts don't strike a cord with someone but they still love the idea and look.


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5 comments:

Susan said...

This is awesome Sterling Silver Heart Wish Bracelet. I want this thank you for this great sweep and hope to win :) Thanks !!!!! corrysue@yahoo.com

Linda Meyers-Gabbard (LLMG1960) said...

Awesome

Anonymous said...

The bracelet is gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win.

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Very Pretty Bracelet!
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