Tuesday, 7 August 2012


  When the lovely Stephanie of Praiire Charms asked me if I was interested in taking part in her Project Blogger, I first went along to the website to see what it was all about. Well first I can tell you that Prairie Charms is a handmade bracelet brand with a big heart. Sourcing gems and charms from all over the world, they make sure that each piece is limited edition and this is isn't just wonderful for the weather, it also does something wonderful for someone else.

You see Prairie Charms donates 10% of profits to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, 'Kiss it Better', which aims to raise money for the research into the causes and treatment of childhood cancer - now isn't that something worth dipping your pockets into for.

As part of their Project Blogger, a whopping 50% discount is given on an item of your choice, which is not only a right little bargain, but it also means that Prairie Charms can still donate to their super charity of choice. So with my mega discount I splashed out and went for the bracelet set imaginatively entitled, 'All Imaginable Futures Are Not Equally Possible' and included two gorgeous wooden bead bracelets with bow and feather vintage-style charms.

 Keeping in with the spirit of charity I wore them with the super wooden rings I picked up last week at a event at Newcastle Cathedral, where all the proceeds went to various good causes. The black and cream wooden beads are surprisingly glossy, which contrasts well with the tarnished gold of the charms. Also hurray for elastic, which means they wont be slipping off my teeny tiny wrists when I'm walking around.

I think what Prairie Charms is doing is wonderful, so I'm going to GIVE AWAY one of the bracelets to one of you lucky readers. You don't have do anything to win, all you have to do is leave a comment below with your email address and which colour you would prefer. It's open internationally and closes midnight 12th August.

I will ask you one thing though, since we are talking charity, is to consider donating a pound or two to brave the Jamie Inglis Appeal - a really brave little boy suffering from neuroblastoma, who's best chance of survival is with treatment in Germany, following a relapse in his condition, but since the NHS will not pay his family is desperately trying to raise the £250,000 required. I saw his story on the news and my heart just broke and I went straight to his Just Giving page, and if you take the time to visit you may just want to help too, no matter how small it all counts.

Oh and if you want to take part in the Prairie Charms Project Blogger, visit this page to find out all the necessary info.

Have any of you guys visited Prairie Charms yet? My stunning bracelet set has sold out unfortunately, but their 'To the Moon and Back' piece is just as pretty.

Gems x


  1. I have never heard of Prairie jewellery, so thanks for introducing ...and can I just say I love your haircut!!

    Have a great week honey!

  2. They sound amazing, I love it when companies are willing to give to a good cause! My email is f.e.harland@hotmail.co.uk, it's hard to pick a favourite but I do like the cream bracelet with the little bow :)
    Faye x

  3. gems! mine is on my way haha i am so excited :) i actually got "to the moon and back" and "the simple things in life, are often the best" - im looking for them in the mail everydayyy!

    hope you are having a good one
    xxx emma kathleen

  4. I've not come across Prairie before, but these bits look so cute. I like the dark bracelet the best! countrygirldoesnorfolk@gmail.com

  5. I've never heard of this before - but the bracelets are so cute, and for such a good cause! I like the cream one best :)

  6. thank you so so so much for the awseome comment on my blog- i love my boobs so you dont know how mappy you comment made me feel!
    I love Prairie charms! and joind the project too and choose a beautiful woven material braclet called Laura- I cannot stop wearing it!

    1. thank you gem for the lovely comment on my blog! I didnt feel particually confident when i first got my tummy out but it grew throughout the day

  7. I like your blog style and has everything I like.

  8. LOve your photos,. I have not heard of he prairie bracelet but it looks gorgeous x

  9. Never heard of this jewelry, but it's so pretty.

  10. I think I'm the only blogger who didn't opt for their project blogger campaign lol xx

  11. These are so lovely and it's so nice how they donate to charity. The black bracelet is equally lovely xxx

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  13. What a great cause, those are such lovely bracelets too. x

  14. I never seen rings like yours...leopard print? awesome:)

    I follow you through GFC:0)

    have a great day;0



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