Talk about perks of having a chronic illness. I get to review jewelry! Have I mentioned that I love jewelry -- even the medical kind? Although the less medical-looking, the better.
So check out this sweet little thang:
It's very Tiffany's, no? How's this for a Valentine's surprise for that beautiful PWD in your life?
This is the latest addition to my medical bracelet collection, the "chunky sterling silver" model from HAH Originals. But don't get thinking that my hubby got romantic on me. Mine was provided by HAH complimentary for review purposes here. Hugs to them!
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I must admit I was a little surprised when I first opened the package at how very shiny the silver was. I usually prefer my silver jewelry with a more subtle, brushed finish. These bracelets also seem to run quite small, as I have a tiny wrist and was concerned that even the 7" small size might be too loose. If anything, it's bordering on too tight. But then again, I'm glad it doesn't hang too much, because heavy bobbing charms just get in the way when I'm typing, cooking, testing glucose, etc. In that sense, the "chunky" fits just right.
Lots of other mouth-watering (and life-saving) jewelry designs can be found HERE and HERE (check out those beaded watches). And also HERE and HERE. I also like the look of almost everything at StickyJewelry, and for the kids and workouts, try Design-A-Band.com.
What's your favorite diabetes-related bling or bauble?
And a sweet, sugar-free Valentine's Day to All! (yeah, it's still got carbs)