Diamondearrings.org Review and Giveaway



DiamondEarrings.org is currently giving away simulated diamond earrings to anyone in the USA who mentions their site on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Blog or anywhere on the internet. The only thing you have to pay for is the postage and handling charges, which are $3.77.

I received a pair of earrings to try out and review a few days ago. I have very sensitive skin and have to watch out what kind of metals I stick in my ears, so I was a bit worried to try them out. Usually I can't wear anything but gold in my ears.

The earrings arrived in a black felt covered box. The pair I received was princess cut that was set in a "sterling silver" setting. I'm not sure if it was sterling silver or not but it looked like it was. The only issue I had with the look of the earrings was that the setting the stone was in was a bit thin. I was afraid that the setting would break but it didn't.

The earrings that I received


After wearing the earrings for three straight days, I saw no signs of infection or had any reactions to the metal. These earrings would be a nice accessory for a work outfit or for someones wedding day. I have to admit that I was skeptical at first but I give these earrings two thumbs up and would recommend them to friends and family anytime.


Now how about a Giveaway?

This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and up, and will end on 10-2-2010 at 11:59 pm EST. Random.org will select the winner.Please make sure to leave your email in at least one of your entries. Otherwise, I won't be able to contact you if you win, and I will have to draw another winner for YOUR prize! I will contact you by email, and you will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is picked.


Here is how to enter:
Mandatory for Entry: (This entry must be completed for all of your other ones to count!)
1. Follow A Mom From The Burbs blog. If you already follow me, please let me know in the comment.


Extra Entries: (these are worth 2 extra entries so leave 2 separate comments for each completed bonus entry task)

2. Follow A Mom From The Burbs (KrayZMichigan) on twitter and tweet about this giveaway leaving the link in your comment.
3. Mention http://www.diamondearrings.org/ in a Tweet. Leave a link to where I can find that tweet in the comments area.
4. Mention http://www.diamondearrings.org/ on your Facebook. Leave a link to where I can find it in the comments area.
5. Mention http://www.diamondearrings.org/ on your MySpace. Leave a link to where I can find it in the comments area.
6. Grab my button, and place it on your blog. Leave a comment with a link to tell me you did.
7. Follow my rss feed or subscribe to A Mom From The Burbs via email.
8. Blog about this giveaway linking to this post. Be sure to mention http://www.diamondearrings.org/ within that post and be sure to leave the link where I can find it.


Good Luck!!


Disclosure: I was lucky enough to try out a a pair of earrings sent me for free. All comments and thoughts about http://www.diamondearrings.org/ are 100% my own.



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