Mother's Day is just around the corner, you know, and what better time to shop for yourself or for someone you love??!! And how cool would it be to do it in your skivvies (if you're so inclined, that is) in the comfort of your very own home?! Well, I'm here to offer that very same convenience to you all with a bonus chance to win some pretty cool free stuff!

For those of you who haven't yet heard, I recently became a stylist for Stella & Dot jewelry. I've been a HUGE fan of their amazing styles offered at amazing prices ever since I first laid eyes upon them. And lucky for you, I've decided to hold a virtual Stella & Dot trunk show starting this Thursday (May 3) through Sunday (May 6) where I will be posting pictures of some of my favorite jewelry pieces and answering any questions you may have about the fabulous Spring and Summer Collection. Plus, anyone who makes a minimum purchase of $50 or more will automatically be entered into the Mystery Hostess Contest where I will draw a name from a hat to receive the hostess jewelry credits for the show. (FYI: The average trunk show hostess earns $250 in free jewelry and up to 4 items at 50% off!) This is a serious no brainer, people! You could possibly kill two birds with one stone here -- get your Mother's Day shopping done AND win some fantabulous stuff for yourself or your significant other! Can you say, "WINNING"??!!

You can RSVP and add your email to the party right here:  Stella & Dot Trunk Show.

So get your shopping fingers ready, y'all, and tell all your friends to join in the fun-- the more, the merrier.....

 

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