Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Review: Coppin's Gifts / Davinci Bracelet and Charms

I was lucky enough to be approached to receive a free gift in exchange for my honest review. My opinion is 100% my own and not affected by the fact that I got the items mentioned below for free. 

I was approached by Coppin's Gifts to get a free item. They gave me a choice of a few different items, and I chose to get the Davinci Beads Toggle Charm Bracelet and three Davinici charms. While browsing the site, the prices are reasonable. The bracelet is $9.99, and the beads are all about $6.99 each. Not bad at all! This was not too far off from Mothers Day, so it was perfect timing. 

This is what I chose. 
The red heart is the July birthstone for my son, the blue is September for my daughter, and the middle says Mom (the O is a heart). 

I was worried the chain may be a little small (I am plus size, and therefore have a bit of a chunky wrist lol) but it was almost a good fit. I decided to add an extender to the back and it fits perfectly. As I lose weight I'm sure I won't need that anymore. 

Let me tell you, it is really pretty. I'm so glad I chose this. This bracelet is a great gift option for any woman in your life. It makes a great graduation gift, too! There are tons of charms available in a variety of colors. Right now, the website has a special where if you buy 4 beads, your 5th will be free. 

I have to say, it is easy to get carried away on the site. Not only with the bracelet and charms.. But all the gifts they offer. I found some fun things that I plan on buying myself, my sister and my mom! A few things I'd buy my daughter for her to save till she was older, and maybe even a few snow globes for my son! There seems to be something for everyone. 

This picture features the flash so you can really see the charms sparkle.

And just another view of my bracelet. 

If you're interested in checking out Copper's Gifts, visit them: 

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