Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Review: Amy Peters' Studio

I've mentioned before that one of my favorite things about review blogging is having food show up at  my door- well, my husband's favorite thing is when I receive jewelry! I like receiving jewelry a lot too :) Last week we were both happy to see a beautiful necklace arrive from Amy Peters' Studio- an Itty Bitty Fortune Cookie necklace. 

Isn't that just the sweetest little thing? You can also get it with fortunes that say balance, journey, love, strength or success. The fortune cookie is plated in 14K gold, and is 1/4 inch in size. The "fortune" is 1/16 of an inch in  width and 1/4 inch long and is sterling silver.  The chain is a nice pretty one, but it's also sturdy, made out of sterling silver. I've been wearing this necklace around my baby, who has a tendency to tug on my necklaces, and it's survived her pulling. The necklace is 100% manufactured and assembled in the USA. For the Itty Bitty Fortune Cookie necklace, you can get either a 16 inch necklace or 18 inch necklace, which sell for $35 or $38 respectively.  

I really love wearing this necklace. It's simple and dainty- nothing bold or showy. It just makes me feel pretty to wear such a nice piece of jewelry.  It's also a great conversation piece when someone looks closely at it and asks me about it. 

Amy Peters' Studio has SO many other beautiful pieces of inspirational jewelry. I'd be here all night if I listed them all, but here are a few of my favorites. 

This bracelet would be so sweet for a child- it says "As constant as the stars above, know that you are loved."

There are so many other great items available from Amy Peters' Studio, any of which would make a great gift. And many of the designs are available personalized items, which would be extra special for someone you love.  Go check it out on the Amy Peters' Studio website. Seattle people- Amy Peters' jewelry is available at Fireworks Gallery (along with every other wonderful and beautiful gift item that you could imagine! Fireworks is one of my shopping weaknesses!) 

You can also find Amy Peters' Studio on Facebook, on the blog or at Twitter

Disclaimer: I received a necklace from Amy Peters' Studio to review for myself. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.