New message card necklaces made of gold, sterling silver and cubic zirconia have launched at the Etsy site FamilyGiftsbyKat. Message card necklaces offer beautiful phrases, words and even poems and Bible verses inside the jewelry box to make the gift very special.
“Our necklaces offer those special messages for wife, mother, mommy (from a child and father), daughter, girlfriend as well as some unspecific phrases that could apply to many,” says Kathy Heshelow, store owner. “The jewelry is made in Miami and of quality work. A certificate of authenticity comes with the necklace.”
The messages are in beautiful script, and range from very simple phrases to the complex. The three choices of jewelry are a heart, a cross and wishbone. There is also a sunflower design. AAAA grade cubic zirconia is found in each piece; sterling silver and 14K gold are also used in the design and construction of the jewelry. Short videos showing the jewelry live is found on most listings.
A stunning gift wrap option is also offered.
During the month of November, 20% off is available with the coupon code NECKLACE20. The code is entered on the last page of the Etsy checkout near the bottom left. “I wanted to be sure early shoppers would be rewarded with a rare discount to the beautiful jewelry,” says Heshelow.
FamilyGiftsbyKat is a relatively new store that is growing. It offers items for family members, message card jewelry, message pillows and designer throw pillows, unbreakable kitchen serving platters with designs my Heshelow, coffee mugs for the simple affordable gift, and more. Christmas ornaments are also included. There are customizable, personalized ornament choices as well as such themes as “New Mom 2021”, “First Christmas Engaged 2021”, “To My Darling Wife 2021”, “I Love You Grandma” etc.
Reach out to Heshelow with requests for personalization messages, or questions.
Family Gifts by Kat
Family Gifts by Kat
11125 Park Boulevard North
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