Those who follow me here, know just how much I adore personalised, engraved jewellery, and have done for many years.
Personalised jewellery has become one of my go-to presents for myself (!) and my Mum, keepsakes to wear and treasure forever.
Not only are these pieces exceptionally pretty with their delicate engravings but they go beyond the aesthetic, providing sentimental value too, and no more so than when they feature the initials of those you love most your children and/or husband and parents, and, in the case of Thoughtful Impressions‘ recent gift to me for Mother’s Day, both of my sons’ baby footprints as well.
Is there anything cuter? I mean, really?! Just gorgeous!
On one side of the round charm reads my firstborn’s name, Oliver, with his baby footprints and the reverse features Alexander’s name, my second son, with his baby footprints, too. Both boys created porcelain footprints that were framed for their bedrooms as babies, and these were the images used to create this statement 14k gold plated necklace.
With lots of customise-able, personalised products on the Thoughtful Impressions’ site, you can select gifts from necklaces, bracelets, charms, lockets, key chains and photo frames adding your own personal touches to them be it symbols, loving words, and even footprints, that matter most to you.
Thoughtful Impressions have been selling engraved jewellery since 2000. Their business is a small, family owned company which started, with their still active CEO Lori Torman. Their facility is located in sunny Seminole, Florida, USA and they’re an entirely e-commerce run shop so all orders are place on their site.
This necklace would make a truly considered gift this Mother’s Day, a piece you or your Mum/partner can wear not just on Mothering Sunday but every day of the year, keeping those in her heart, closest to her heart. Soppy but true.
Excitingly, I have a special code for Honest Mum readers below.
HONESTMUMTI – is for 25% off site-wide, one time use, no expiry date!
And a competition further down the page which ends on the 20th of April.