Email: LaurenNicoleGifts@gmail.com

I have always been passionate about designing and making meaningful gifts and keepsakes and was very fortunate to able to start my own business. Lauren Nicole Gifts (name after my niece) was started in 2004 and was a great way for me to have my own business, but still move around as an Army wife. My husband recently retired from the Army and we are now permanently located in Ouray, Colorado

Saturday, December 22, 2012

$100 Gift Certificate Giveaway

We are giving away a $100 gift certificate to our website.  To enter just visit our website and then leave a comment on our blog or on Facebook letting us know what you would spend it on.
www.LaurenNicoleGifts.com

The giveaway ends at midnight 12-23-12

10 comments:

R said...

I am getting married Wednesday (12-26-12) and love the idea of the leather wrap around monogram bracelette with my new initials on it.

suburban prep said...

There are a number of items I like but I do love the Bead Charm and Leather Cord Necklaces. This would be perfect for a gift for some of my family members or I could keep for myself.

Nikki Wilson said...

I think I would picck the child's aretwork necklace if I won.
twilson 107 at cox dot net

Annie1 said...

I'd choose the Heart Charm Bracelet! Its just beautiful!

thanks

nancyrobster at gmail dot com

nicole colli said...

I would get my children's artwork on a couple charms to put on the bracelet w/ their names they wrote on it that I wear all the time & is my favorite piece of jewelry!!

Michelle said...

I would love the Monogrammed Toggle Necklace! Thanks for the chance to win!
mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

polly said...

love their baby handprint necklaces...our 2nd grandchild is due in june so this would be a nice gift for our daughter in law

Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious? said...

The wax seal necklace...for my sister. I know she'd love it.

jakiesmom said...

i'd love a necklace made with your childs artwork
nannypanpan@gmail.com

Elaine Hearn said...

i'd get the heart charm bracelet!

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