Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Aura of Allure Handmade Jewelry




I love jewelry, but sometimes I have issues with metals so I’m really picky about what I wear if I’m going to wear it for a long time. When Emma (From Aura of Allure Handmade Jewelry) asked if I wanted to take a look at her pieces I was intrigued. I was very excited once I saw the kind of things that she makes. For this review she sent me her family tree/tree of life necklace.

The necklace is completely customizable so you can pick out what bead colors you want. I picked out two for me and my husband and 2 for the girls.


The tree is so pretty and unique. I wore it to church and had many people comment on it as they hadn’t seen anything like that before. Its light weight and best of all I didn’t break out from it (major score).

One of the things I really like about Aura of Allure is that Emma really loves what she does and you can see it in her work. She makes everything from the heart and has some really good taste and skills as well. Here are a few pictures of things that she has made. Like I said, some pretty cool stuff in my opinion.


I will be thinking about what piece I want to order for Christmas presents since it’s that time of year again. With her great prices, it really fits into just about anyone’s budget.

Emma is offering a 15% discount on your first order. All you have to do is mention this blog when ordering with her. Click here to see all her work.
She is also offering one lucky winner ONE item of their choice. Please use the giveaway tools below for your chance at winning.

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19 comments:

  1. love the angel earrings and the green earrings that didn't have a name.

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  2. i would choose either the 'tree' necklace w/ 5 beads, or the angel earrings...love them both.

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  3. I love the turquoise type earrings. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=414626408649551&set=pb.413847565394102.-2207520000.1384108395.&type=3&theater

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  4. The turquoise earrings would be a great xmas present for my sister. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. The tree necklace!

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  6. I love the "tree branch" necklace with the crystals! I would choose this!

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  7. So many pretty pcs, but I think my favorite is the Family tree necklace - I've been wanting one, & these are so pretty!!! Thanks for the chance.....

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  8. I also entered yr Pear tree greetings giveaway today! Thanks for the great reviews & giveaways you do!!!!

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  9. ashlielock@yahoo.comTuesday, November 12, 2013

    I would pick the breast cancer ribbon necklace with lots of pink beads for my sister who is now a survivor:)

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  10. I would love the Tree of Life earrings.

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  11. I'd probably choose a braided bracelet.

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  12. I would choose a Tree of Life pendant!

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  13. Love the Tree of Life, all are beautiful and the prices are really reasonable.

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  14. I love these pieces. My pick would be the read beaded bracelet with tiny black beads. Hopefully I could pick my own colors!

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