Last year I discovered the wonderful (and quite pricey) Pandora charm bracelets. If you haven’t seen them yet, click here to go to the Pandora website. But that is beside the point! The point is, I’ve got a much cheaper alternative to Pandora bracelets to show you guys!
Cutey bracelets, £12.99 each – Buy from cutey.co.uk
These are the Cutey Charm Bracelets that you can buy for £12.99 each, including the charms. I’m not advocating that these will have the same quality as the Pandora ones, but they are a really good alternative if you don’t fancy spending your month’s pay on a bracelet, and good value for money as well.
Top: Momus; Bottom: Typhon
All bracelets come with the chain and the charms already pre-selected, but in the near future, Cutey will be expanding to allow you to customise your bracelets with your chosen charms. That is much more appealing, because I think a charm bracelet is a sort of collection of memories.
I’m really happy with the selection of charms in the bracelets I’ve got; you can tell there’s a lot of attention to detail! The bracelets look expensive, and the fact that they are reasonably priced means I get to wear them without worrying about them getting stolen or ruined.
Because I think these would make great Christmas presents to the girl/woman in your life (I know I would love to get one of these for Christmas), Cutey has offered to give away one of their lovely bracelets to one of my lucky followers! How exciting is that?!
If you want to be with a chance of winning a Cutey bracelet of your choice, all you have to do is:
- Be a follower of my blog – You can do that via Google Friend Connect, Bloglovin or Hellocotton, just let me know which one (or more than one) you chose so I can check.
- Leave a comment below this post telling me which charm bracelet would you like to win. You can browse through the available styles by clicking here, just make sure the one you choose is in stock!
- Don’t forget to leave an email address for me to contact you in case you win!
This giveaway is open internationally from 8 December 2011 until 15 December 2011. The winner will be chosen via random.org and announced on twitter firstly, and a few days later here on the blog.