Giveaway: Cutey shamballa bracelet

I reviewed a couple of Cutey shamballa bracelets back here.

My topline review was that they’re really sparkly, the colours are really clear, and there’s no way that fastening will break.  Oh, and not forgetting that N was quite taken with them, enjoying counting the beads, so good if you want to help a toddler learn to count rather than wearing them yourself.

But there’s only so many bracelets one girl can wear, so I’m giving one away to a lucky blog reader.

If you’re in the market for a brand spanking sparkly new bracelet, this multi-coloured shamballa bracelet could be yours in a few weeks time.

shamballa bracelet
Cutey multicoloured shamballa bracelet price

As the bracelet’s adjustable, it will fit any wrist and it’s worth an rsp of £18.99

It’s really easy to enter through the rafflecopter entry form below, and don’t forget I will check if you’ve done an entry requirement, so no cheating!

Do let your friends know it’s running and send them over here to enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions (the boring bit):

  1. Open to UK entries only.
  2. Closing date is 4th July 2013, 12.59pm
  3. I will share on various social media that the winner’s name is chosen, then email.  The winner will have 5 days to respond, otherwise I’ll chose another winner.
  4. Prize will be posted out within 3 working days of having winners address.
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  1. I’ve got a necklace with a viking rune on it, it was inspired by a recent visit to Iceland.

  2. A necklace made from a fork which I bought from a lovely Zimbabwean man, I love it!

  3. Apart from my wedding ring, it would have to be the necklace my parents gave me when I graduated.

  4. I have 2 which I cant say 1 is more favourited than the other. 1 is the ring from my Mum for my 18th which means the world to me as she’s no longer here. The other is my Mums engagement ring, It was my Dad’s grandmother’s ring so has come down the family over the years, and I have it safely put away to either use it myself or to give to any child I have. Both have huge sentimental value to them.

  5. My favourite item is my Guess watch, it was the last birthday present my parents bought me before they passed and i never ever ever ever want it to stop x

  6. My Pandora’s bracelet as after much hinting my partner brought me one for Mothers day from my little ones.

  7. My wedding ring and engagement ring, but also a cheap necklace that belonged to my late Mother.

  8. My Pandora bracelet because each charm I have has a very special meaning to me 🙂

  9. My beautiful engagement ring, which looks even better now it has a wedding ring sat underneath it 🙂

  10. my necklace of a black & silver glass heart that my son bought for me on my birthday 🙂

  11. I love the necklace my mum gave me – she wore it on her wedding day

  12. I think I have to say my engagement ring or my partner will be a bit miffed! 🙂

  13. The butterfly earrings I just got for my birthday off my OH. I love butterflies!

  14. My favourite item of jewellery is definitely earrings. Theres just such a huge selection and I love the drop earrings and hoops. If I didnt have kids, my guilty pleasure would be earrings <3

  15. i love all jewellery bu especially old brooches because they are really sparkly, and I collect them like a magpie

  16. My fave is the necklace I’m now wearing. It was made lovingly by my daughter this morning at playgroup out of pasta, buttons, beads and various unidentifiable objects

  17. My Pandora bracelet that my husband bought me for my birthday a few years ago and my kids have bought me charms for it over the last couple of years . so every charm has a speacial meaning to me.

  18. My favourite piece of jewellery is my wedding ring, my husband had it engraved for me and I love it

  19. I have a celtic cross on a silver chain left to me from my father after he passed away. I will treasure it until my own passing…

  20. I have a big silver ring I bought in France. It wasn’t expensive and I’ve had it for years but I still love it.

  21. My red heart necklace. I bought it from a craft fayre years ago for 99p and I love it. So unique and pretty 🙂

  22. I consider my Seiko watch to be an item of jewellery with two-tone stainless steel case and bracelet, dark grey face. It is the only item of jewellery wear and I love it.

  23. a pendant that my great-great-grandmother left as an heirloom that has been passed down to my Grandmother, my mother and then myself.

  24. My diamond ring left to me in my Nan’s will. She was my best friend and she passed away when I was 11. But when I turned 18 the best present was receiving her ring 🙂 I never take it off and one day it will belong to my daughter xxx

  25. a bracelet that my partner bought me just after we had our son. it has his footprint on the charm 🙂

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