BabiLovLin​ks Child-Friendly Jewelry Review and Giveaway

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Thanks for visiting my review of BabiLovLinks Child-Friendly Jewelry and welcome to the Red, White, & Blue Giveaway Blog Hop!

I am happy to share about these Made in the USA necklaces that I received to review. They  can be used as teething necklaces but I enjoy wearing it as necklace even without baby. My preschooler likes to wear it and play with it, too, with supervision. They look like the popular statement and pendant necklaces but are very functional for Mom. While I liked the artistic quality of the Mia design, I opted to try the Kara design to give my daughter something to manipulate, since the pieces come apart on the string and are easily put back together.

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BabiLovLinks beads are made from high quality food grade plastics.  The beads contain no phthalates, BPAs, PVCs, lead or latex, and the pigments used in the jewelry are free of heavy metals. I like that is washes easily with soap and water and, unlike a silicone piece I have, I don’t have to worry about dust or animal fur sticking to it.

These necklaces also have a sturdy break-away clasp. I have yet to have it come off on its own while wearing it but it will pull off with pressure. It has been a great addition to the babywearing accessories. It gives baby something to safely play with and put in her mouth that doesn’t take up space and still looks cute once I have put her down. They are available in a variety of color combinations to match your wardrobe.

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The best thing about them is that they are designed by Eva Murry, a grandmother of 12, family owned and operated, and completely made in the USA. Stop by BabiLovLinks and check them out today! Use code BLLBLOG2 for 10% off of a BabiLovLinks internet purchase.

Win one! Follow the link below to enter to win a BabiLovLinks necklace of your choice. Giveaway ends July 15, 2014. Your prize will be sent to you by the company. Then, keep scrolling for more information about the Red, White, & Blue Giveaway Blog Hop.

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*I received product for this review. All opinions are my own. BabiLovLinks LLC is responsible for prize fulfillment. Post may contain affiliate links.*

 

 

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6 thoughts on “BabiLovLin​ks Child-Friendly Jewelry Review and Giveaway

  1. As a breastfeeding, babywearing momma, I ADORE Babilovlinks! keeps baby content and occupied during nursing, babywearing, and just being held. They also save me from being pinched, scratched and gummed, lol.

  2. Laurie Lynch says:

    I want to use one while nursing or just to keep my little one occupied. I love that the pieces can be taken apart for cleaning or to customize the design to go with my outfit!

  3. Natalie Brown says:

    Hi! This is such an awesome product! What a great idea. Thank-you for the fun chance in this giveaway!

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