Today – bumble bee necklace review
For the love of bees
Oh, how I love bees. They are just the sweetest of all the insect’s aren’t they and of course they symbolise wealth, good luck, prosperity, and community all wonderful things we would wish for ourselves and others.
Sadly bees are in decline due to loss of habitat, intense farming and climate change and they need our protection.
Wearing this beautiful bumble bee necklace from Inscripture is a good reminder that we need to do all we can to protect them.
The Bumble Bee Necklace Review
I was sent this beautiful bee necklace to review. from Inscripture. This gorgeous bee necklace is hand-crafted and available in a choice of Sterling Silver, 18ct Rose Gold Vermeil or 18ct Yellow Gold Vermeil, it comes with an 18-inch chain with an intricately detailed Bumble Bee Charm attached.
For every piece of Bumble Bee Jewellery sold they donate £2 to The Bumble Bee Conservation Trust
Isn’t it just the most beautiful bumble bee necklace? I have had so many compliments on it and it really can be worn with absolutely anything and for any occasion.
NHS stretch bracelet
I also got the chance to review a NHS rainbow stretch bracelet from Inscripture
It comes in a myriad of colours and with a choice of 2 designs. A special way to give thanks to the NHS during this time and 20% of all sales of our Rainbow Stretch Bracelet will be donated to support our NHS during the Covid-19 emergency.
I chose baby pink and a rainbow. Which one would you choose?
Inscripture is an Award Winning family run business established in 2016 – their lovely items are often featured as worn by celebrities or in magazine
I love the handwriting service Inscripture offer with their jewellery – they turn that any card, letter or note into a special piece of Handwriting Jewellery. With just a photograph, they can extract the actual writing and carefully engrave it to your chosen item.
What a perfect way to remember a special message or messenger.
If you enjoyed my bumble bee necklace review I think you may also enjoy my post on how to upcycle old jewellery