Apr 15, 2015

Noonday Collection Giveaway

pocket of blossoms: noonday collection

pre-side note: isaac and i went to the tulip festival this weekend, walked up to the front desk, saw the admission price, and walked out the way we came in. thirty bucks to look at flowers?! i think not. so we pretended we went and took some pictures of the tulips in the front!

pocket of blossoms: noonday collection

a couple of weeks ago, my cousin, evita, contacted me to do a giveaway for a brand she works with called noonday collection. noonday collection is a brand that employs artisans from countries around the world who might not have the resources and accessibility to the worldwide market. by purchasing jewelry from noonday collection, you are helping a humble artisan somewhere in the world. meaningful opportunities are created in vulnerable communities. noonday also supports families wanting to adopt by hosting fundraisers. they are truly making a difference for women and families around the world.

pocket of blossoms: noonday collection

if there is one thing that i can't resist more than froyo, it's supporting a great cause. i love all that noonday stands for and provides for the people they support! and let me be the first to say that noonday's jewelry collection is so uniquely beautiful. there are so many fun pieces! 

pocket of blossoms: noonday collection

i am thrilled to be hosting a noonday collection giveaway!!

make sure you enter by:
1. commenting on this blog post with an act of service that you can do this week
2. visiting the noonday collection facebook fan page

enter by using the rafflecopter widget below:


a Rafflecopter giveaway

the winner will win their choice of the neutral bangle set or the neon necklace. contest ends 12:00 am mst on april 20, 2015.

good luck!

pocket of blossoms: noonday collection


15 comments

  1. I love that bangle set! This is a great collection. My husband served a mission in Guatemala and I love that there are artisans from there on the Noonday website. After hearing so many stories of the difficulties many of these women face, I think it's great that somebody is trying to help them out. This week I'll be at work a lot, but my act of service is that I take a quick break and pick my sister up from school when my mom is gone and can't. Nothing big but it counts right?

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  2. PS I just had to text my husband the link to the "Nahuala Oval Tray" made in Guatemala. That would be a perfect decor piece! Did you see it?

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  3. oh, and also i can bake some delicious treats for someone :)

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  4. love love love this! i love businesses with a mission. my little sister always asks me to go out and play with her when it snows, and i always decline, because i HATE being cold and being in the snow! but today i'll go out and spend some snow time with her. :)

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  5. this week, I can cover a household task my husband usually does. example: taking the trash out :)

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  6. I wouldn't pay thirty dollars for it either! Gorgeous necklace. It really pops against the white tee
    Dresses & Denim

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  7. Yeah too much to look at flowers when there is free ones everyone else haha!

    Have a great day girl :)

    XOXO
    Keely // Life, Love, and Exploration

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  8. I entered! I can finally comment haha it's only on my work computer that I can't comment, so weird!

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  9. I love this post! So pretty and fun! Xo

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  10. i love your Statement necklace

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  11. Both are beautiful, but if I keep my fingers crossed I'm getting the Bangles for my birthday on Tuesday...so we'll see!!

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  12. ....and my act of service this week is to visit some of the less mobile people in our congregation.

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  13. My act of service would be clearing out clothes we no longer wear and donating them.

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  14. I know tulip fest is expensive, but it's SO worth it!! Trust me, you must go!

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