Love is in the air, and there is nothing I love more than jewelry! In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I dug deep into my jewelry arsenal to pull out my favorite hearts,…which I “heart”. These pieces all have a deep meaning and sentimental value. My advice is to always wear your heart on your sleeve as well as around your neck. After all, when you don a piece that you hold near and dear, it helps you shine and sparkle even more!
(From Left to Right, counter clockwise)
-My diamond heart belonged to my Aunt Libby, who passed away. She always called me her, “heart”. I usually wear it with a shorter diamond necklaces layered. Multiplying sparkle and shine during the day works, as long as it’s with delicate pieces.
-I have collected heart charms since I was a little girl. These are from my Mom, Aunt, Dad, and a flea market. I will string them on a thin chain to wear in a cluster all at once for a bold look.
-This engraved gold heard belonged to my Great Grandmother. Her birthday is marked with a tiny diamond on the front. I have never seen another piece quite like this. It’s unique design with intricate detail make this one of my favorite heirlooms (p.s.- it has a pin back as well).
-One of my favorite movies of ALL TIME, is “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter is Dead”! I had a the this quote etched on a heart on a long chain. Its fun- its so me!