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12.10.2020

Onecklace Name Necklace

 

 

 

 

You guys! I'm almost done with my Christmas shopping, and since I've been soooo very good at it, I think I deserved a little something for myself, don't you think? ;) This gorgeous name necklace from oNecklace is just the cutest and sweetest little addition to your jewelry collection. It's so perfect, I think it just might become my "everyday" necklace. You know, those that you constantly find in your rotation and reach for almost every single day!? I can't wait to style it with so many cute tops and blouses. oNecklace has the most perfect selection of personalized necklaces, and they're having a huge Christmas sale right now! Plus, they deliver worldwide for free! 

Are you guys ready for Christmas? I'm officially done with my shopping as of yesterday, and I'm about half done with the wrapping. Having the tree up and the Christmas lights up on our house have made me so happy and feel so festive lately. We went to a little Christmas parade drive-through, here in town, and the kids talk non-stop about what Santa's going to bring them. (They think Santa will bring the snow, but I hate to tell them we live in the South, and they're not likely to get snow on Christmas. haha). But, we're pretty ready for our holiday-ing over here, and I'm super excited!

Thanks so much for stopping by, today, and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!

Jessica


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