Ask me any day what my favorite thing to splurge on and I will tell you: “Jewelry.” But not just any jewelry, gold dainty pieces are my absolute favorite. I rotate out my tiny necklaces every day and often change up what pieces I wear on my wrists—but the one things that always stay are my rings. When Ariel Gordon (a favorite jewelry designer) gifted me and Sally her iconic “Love Knot” rings months ago we slipped them on (mine on my left pinkie, Sally’s on her right middle below her Syndey Evan Love ring) and haven’t moved them sense. I love (no pun intended) what the ring stands for, “A simple reminder of those you hold dear,” and it makes me happy to glance at it throughout the day.
Sweet Ariel wants to spread the love by gifting one lucky A Piece of Toast reader a Love Knot Ring! The winner will get to choose between yellow gold, rose gold, or sterling silver. We have no doubt that whom ever wins will adore the timeless piece as much as we do! AND because Ariel wants to make everyone a winner—she’s offering a 25% off discount off anything on her site to you fine readers from now till the end of June with the code APOT. Yay!
To enter, To enter simply follow the steps in the Rafflecopter widget below (if you are reading this via email or a feed, you’ll have to click over to apieceoftoastblog.com to enter)! Entering your email address is mandatory and you get extra points for liking on Facebook and following on Twitter… Entries must be posted by the end of day Saturday June 8th, and one winners will be chosen at random and announced on this post the following day. Good luck!
**This giveaway has closed. Congratulations to Lucy P for winning a Ariel Gordon Love Knot Ring! Winner was randonmly chosen by random.org. Thank you to all who entered**
[No purchase necessary to enter, open to US readers only. Please only enter via Rafflecopter - leaving a comment will not be considered an entry. $75-$175 total value. Winner of the giveaway will be contacted via email once the giveaway closes and announced on this post soon after.]