I don’t often wear jewellery, other than my wedding and engagement rings. The few items of jewellery I do wear though have special meaning. Some of them are beaded necklaces that I have made myself whereas others were bought for a special occasion or with a particular memory in mind. When Kaya Jewellery contacted me to invite me to choose an item from their range, I knew I wanted to choose something that would be special to me.
Kaya Jewellery was started by mum Tanja, who wanted to create an affordable brand of children’s jewellery using genuine materials, such as precious stones and crystals, rather than wood or plastic. The range includes matching mother and daughter jewellery designed to help celebrate the bond between a mum and daughter. Each item is designed and made by Kaya Jewellery and hand-engraved. Kaya Jewellery also donates part of their profits to the Eduki Foundation which helps provide education for children in Gambia.
I chose a pretty heart-shaped pendant with a white/cream freshwater pearl. A heart shape has a double meaning for me as a heart mummy. It symbolises the love I have for my daughters as well as our journey as a heart family. The necklace I chose has both my daughters’ names engraved on it. I love the pretty script font used to engrave my girls’ names. It’s a necklace that has a special meaning for me, and one that I will cherish. I love the fact that it is also available as a girls’ necklace too so I could get the girls the same necklace if they wanted to match Mummy.
Kaya Jewellery have kindly offered one of my readers the chance to win a £40 voucher to spend on their range. To be in with a chance to win, please enter through the Gleam form below. The competition is open to entrants from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes at 23.59pm on 28th May 2017. For full terms and conditions, please click the link on the Gleam widget. Good luck!